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2014-08-15 TI sol'ns ease design for Power over Ethernet apps
The TPS23861 evaluation board cuts development time and cost when creating PoE-enabled network video recorders, IP phone switches and wireless base stations.
2002-07-05 TI ships 6A power module for point-of-load apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has shipped the PT5400 SWIFT power module that provides up to 6A of output current and is targeted to point-of-load applications.
2004-09-13 TI PCI Express 1394a IC aids PC designers
TI disclosed that they have developed the first x1 PCI Express-to-PCI Bridge and PCI Express 1394a IC samples.
2007-07-25 The skinny on quad-core processors: A buyer's guide
Quad-core processing has become bargain country after Intel announced deep price cuts for its quad-core chips, putting AMD under pressure to tag its upcoming quad-core processors competitively when they come out.
2003-06-16 The magical world of DSP
The generation, processing, storage and transmission of signals from a diversity of origins to a diversity of reception has been enabled by miraculous advances in the semiconductor industry.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2008-08-04 Taiwan ponders on 300mm fabs in China
The Taiwan government is mulling over a plan to relax its IC export control laws in China, according to a report from Forbes.
2008-08-27 Taiwan beefs up robotics effort
At the Taipei International Robot Show (TIROS), which was held in Taiwan from August 21-24, Via Technologies Inc. showed several "entertainment robots" based on its boards and chips.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
2005-03-30 Supermicro selects LSI Logic MegaRAID SATA software
LSI Logic Corp. announced that its MegaRAID embedded SATA software RAID was chosen by Supermicro Computer for integration onto its P8SCT to enable the channel, SIs and VARs with a SATA-optimized workstation or 1U 4-drive server/storage solution.
2000-12-01 SuperHyway provides SoC backbone
A step ahead of CompactPCI, Compact Packet Switching Backplane (cPSB) is emerging as a viable solution for interconnect problems.
2012-01-20 Sunny forecast for cloud server market
Cloud server shipments are projected to reach 875,000 units this year, up 35 percent from the 647,000 last year and nearly double the 460,000 in 2010.
2008-05-16 Startups give virtualization new spin
Two startups debuted last month, together giving virtualization a new twist to help create large systems using multiple x86 servers.
2008-08-15 Startup streamlines design path to 10GbE
NetXen Inc. will support multiple physical interfaces in its third-generation 10Gbit Ethernet controller, underlying the fragmented nature of cable support that has slowed the roll out of 10G technology.
2005-09-16 Startup integrates DVB-T tuner tasks
RF Magic Inc. has taken all the circuitry required for a DVB-T tuner and integrated it onto an 8mm x 8mm QFN-lead IC.
2014-10-13 Start-up designs high-quality PC TV
The G-Pack is a souped-up PC that hides behind a flat screen TV, providing streaming video, PC games, a Blu-ray player and more.
2004-11-01 Standard interface eases partitioning
Engineers opt for smart partitioning in wireless systems instead of integrating all components into a single system chip.
2005-07-28 ST rolls toolkit for uPSD3400 MCU
STMicroelectronics unveiled a development toolkit to support its 10MIPs 8-bit USB2.0 uPSD3400 microcontrollers.
2006-11-15 ST intros TPM made in 0.15?m process tech
STMicroelectronics has announced a TPM module manufactured in its advanced 0.15?m CMOS EEPROM process technology.
2007-10-15 ST fields third-party starter kits for STM32 MCU
STMicroelectronics has released four evaluation and development kits, from leading third-party tool suppliers, designed to support its recently-announced STM32 MCU, which is based on ARMCortex-M3 core.
2005-10-25 ST expands VR platform
STMicroelectronics expanded its Voltage Regulator platform for desktop computer and server CPU power management applications with the introduction of the L6713 and L6714.
2014-04-15 SSDs' lustre bound to fade quickly
The growing demand for solid state drives can be attributed to their speed and non-volatility. However, a cost-efficient upgrade of the system is limited to the addition of flash memories and scaling back DRAM requirements.
2011-08-12 SSDs integrate new SATA?SSD spec
SanDisk's new line of postage stamp-sized embedded SSDs implement the new SATA?SSD specification enables developers to produce a single-chip SATA implementation for embedded storage applications.
2010-08-24 SSDs fail to unseat HDDs
Hopes were very high that solid state drives would drive the NAND flashmarket and replace HDDs, but these hopes have not been met.
2004-05-19 Sony seeks life for Vaio beyond PC
Unveiling Sony Corp.'s new computer product lineup here this week, Keiji Kimura, president of Sony's IT & Mobile Solutions Network Co., defined a new strategy for Sony's computer business as "Vaio beyond PC."
2006-11-30 Sony losing on each PlayStation 3, teardown reveals
Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli.
2008-10-20 Six-phase PWM controllers meet Intel VR11.1 requirements
ON Semiconductor has introduced the ADP4000 and ADP4100, claimed to be the first six-phase pulse width modulation (PWM) controllers.
2002-06-07 SiS, VIA ramp challenge to graphics chip leaders
VIA Technologies Inc. is slipping into the competitive market for discrete desktop PC graphics chips just as crosstown rival Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. is honing its strategy for stealing business from lead suppliers NVIDIA Corp. and ATI Technologies Inc.
2007-03-29 Single-chip tuner targets DVB-C STB apps
RF Magic has unveiled a single-chip silicon tuner developed specifically for applications compliant with the DVB-C standard used in Europe, Asia, Australia and South Africa.
2002-08-06 Single-chip device for PCs passes high-security spec
Atmel Corp.'s single-chip security device makes it possible for OEMs to build PCs and PDAs that comply with the security specifications of the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance.
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