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2006-08-16 6th ESC-Taiwan gathers world's leading embedded tool vendors
Design engineers in Taiwan will be treated to an array of leading-edge technologies as the world's major embedded tool suppliers gather to showcase their products at the 6th Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan.
2008-03-11 65nm FPGAs run on microamps
SiliconBlue Technologies is offering a family of low-power FPGAs implemented on a 65nm CMOS manufacturing process.
2002-02-27 64-bit processor cores knock at embedded's door
A handful of prominent vendors are about to heave 64-bit microprocessor cores into the embedded-systems market.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2008-08-07 45nm structured ASICs boast zero mask charge
The Nextreme-2 Family delivers on eASIC's promise of affordable silicon customization, enabling the design of custom chips using state-of-the-art 45 nm technology and the delivery of working devices in only six-weeks.
2010-08-25 40Gbit/s platform targets LTE EPC gateways
Advantech and NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. announced a partnership to provide an advanced 40Gbit/s AdvancedTCA (ATCA) platform using NetLogic Microsystems' XLPTM multi-core, multi-threaded processors with 64 NXCPUs, knowledge-based processors and 10GE PHY solutions.
2009-08-03 400MHz ARM9-based MPUs support DDR2
Atmel Corp. has unveiled the first member of a series of 400MHz ARM926 embedded microprocessors that support second generation DDR2.
2004-10-14 3G phones shave costs, but integration path unclear
The latest crop of 3G cellphones shows the market is maturing with more integrated digital chipsets driving substantially lower handset costs.
2013-11-12 3D IC success hinges on major foundries
3D chip stack technology is real and has users, but not high-volume ones, according to a panel of experts.
2010-01-13 32nm SSDs deliver design flexibility, cost savings
Toshiba Corp. grows its line-up of solid-state drives (SSDs) based on the company's 32nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memories.
2012-01-03 32nm processor enables up to 10 hours battery life
The Intel Atom processors provide power management features that target intelligent systems such as healthcare equipment, retail systems and entry-level digital signage.
2010-03-18 32bit secure processor tailored for smart cards
ARM extends is smart card portfolio with a core based on the Cortex-M0. The 32bit SC000 is targeting the sector traditionally held by 8- and 16bit devices.
2011-06-08 32bit MCU powers high-res display
Renesas Electronics will release a 32bit MCU that offers improved graphics and network functionality for automotive, industrial and consumer apps.
2013-01-25 3-axis accelerometer features embedded MCU
ST's LIS331EB iNEMO-A smart sensor targets applications that include wearable sensor applications, motion-activated user interfaces in phones and tablets and augmented reality
2010-09-20 2GHz integrated chip to power portable computers
NuFront uses ARM's 2GHz Cortex-A9 MPCore processor in integrated chip
2014-04-02 28nm test validates 50% power savings on SRAM
SureCore's patented SRAM architecture is built using a combination of detailed circuit analysis, architectural improvements, and advanced statistical models.
2008-10-02 256Gbyte SSDs with MLC ready for market debut
Toshiba has enhanced its line up of NAND-flash-based SSD with the addition of a 256Gbyte model and the launch of small-sized flash modules.
2013-10-14 20nm, 16nm FINFET to shake up SoC, IP supply chain
Imagination Technologies believes that GPU are less vulnerable to process variability that will dominate SoC at 20nm and 16nm for the next few years.
2011-01-06 2011 forecast from Semico
Semico Research Co. reveals seven key predictions for the coming year. NAND flash, ASIC, SoCs get special mention.
2006-09-22 2008 may bring 20% IC growth, says analyst
The next two years should be good ones for chipmakers and their suppliers in the equipment industry, with 2008 particularly strong, said Bill McClean, president of IC Insights Inc.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2007-05-02 16Mbit SDRAM design cuts SiP/MCP costs
Inapac Technology is sampling a 16Mbit SDRAM design that enables SiP and MCP producers to minimize cost of ownership while achieving production quality and reliability.
2016-04-11 10nm DDR4 DRAM may extend Moore's Law
Samsung has recently revealed that its latest DRAM supports a data transfer rate of 3,200Mbit/s, which is more than 30 per cent faster than the 2,400Mbit/s rate of 20nm DDR4 DRAM.
2006-11-23 10mA LDO offers power saving features
Micrel has launched a 10mA LDO that offers power saving features for extending battery life.
2014-09-16 10 things to consider on Apple's new products
The Apple Watch should tempt plenty of people, but not so many as Apple's iPhone, iPad, or iPod. It is just "one more thing" to manage among the many devices in our lives.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2001-05-16 1.3GHz Athlons roll as AMD prepares server push
This news article describe AMD's new pair of Athlon processors running at 1.3GHz and the company's push into the server market.
2002-03-05 'Prescott,' 'Banias' processors to debut in 2003
The company has announced a 2003 release for its next-generation desktop processor code-named "Prescott." This was announced, along with several other upcoming products, in the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
2005-05-10 ?Watt controller advances HDD adoption in embedded systems
QuickLogic has developed a product strategy that helps designers expand the Intel PXA2XX processor's native interface set to communicate with different devices.
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