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2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models
2008-06-16 Intel to drive next graphics era
Chip giant Intel Corp. calls for a shift to a new kind of graphics architecture, one more in line with its multicore processor roadmap
2008-06-09 Gartner lists technologies to reshape IT landscape
Gartner Inc. has identified social networking technologies, Web mashups, multicore and hybrid processors and cloud computing amongst the 10 most disruptive technologies that will shape the IT landscape over the next five years
2008-09-19 Analysis: Communications processors to hit dead end?
The era of the communications processor is winding down as designers increasingly turn to multicore processors to perform these functions.
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal.
2011-03-29 Study pushes parallelism as computing hits 'power wall'
With today's computing engines hitting a "power wall," experts are calling for new parallel programming environments, specifically software environments to develop new apps for multicore architectures
2007-08-16 Next-gen embedded designs demand parallel test
Today's embedded devices are more functionally rich than the designs of the past. Thus, traditional test methods no longer suffice. For next-generation embedded designs, parallel test brings in more effective measurement.
2010-05-20 Dell taps ARM processors for low-power servers
Dell Inc. is set to test multicore ARM processors from Marvell Technology Group for possible use in low-power servers for large data centers
2008-09-01 Chip R&D treads shaky ground
Amid continued debate on whether semiconductor R&D is an endangered species or is successfully evolving to adapt to changing realities, Intermolecular Inc. and Semiconductor Research Corp. braved the debacle, with each announcing their own R&D initiatives. Intermolecular reported on a memory R&D pilot line, while SRC described emerging programs in analog, energy, medical and multicore
2012-02-21 Breaking down Intel's transactional memory
Transactional memory is a software technique meant to simplify the writing of concurrent programs and is how Intel hopes to make its multicore processors easier for software developers
2009-03-20 Analysis: Why IBM-Sun merger makes sense
A possible merger of IBM Corp. and Sun Microsystems makes business sense and has significant implications for the Sparc and Power microprocessors as well as Java software.
2007-12-12 AMD, Intel take rivalry to SoC arena
AMD and Intel are taking their competition to new heights as they begin ramping up SoC capabilities, creating new products and processes.
2007-11-01 Software drives prototyping for ASICs, SoCs
Much can be done to make prototypes faster to bring up and easier to change. The ultimate goal is to create an environment where designers can get to work quickly, debug rapidly and make changes without delay. In this new era, FPGA-based prototyping will have a key position along with other verification methodologies
2009-02-16 Intel ventures into optical interconnects
Intel Corp. is looking into optical interconnects with an eye toward replacing chip-to-chip electrical interconnects to overcome looming bandwidth issues as microprocessors with an increasing number of cores usher in the era of tera-scale computing
2006-10-02 'Server-on-chip' opens road to universal I/O
Sun Microsystems will pack native PCI Express and 10GbE interfaces onto its next-generation Niagara processor. The resulting server-on-a-chip generated debate about the future of integrated I/O in the era of multicore microprocessors.
2011-10-11 Synopsys acquires parametric analysis firm
The EDA company has acquired Extreme DA to expand its timing analysis solutions and multicore software development capabilities
2009-01-21 Programmable broadband heightens PC TV hype
After searching many years for the yet-to-blossom mobile TV handset market, vendors are increasingly shifting their focus to the PC-TV market.
2006-10-16 Software sol'ns transform embedded designs
If anything was reinforced at this year's Embedded Systems Conference in Taipei, it's how software solutions are complementing the silicon world.
2011-05-31 Renesas Mobile CEO sees LTE, modem tech as keys to success
Renesas Mobile's CEO has revealed the company's medium- and long-term plans, among them, a new modem technology and mobile app processor, and LTE chips connected to cloud services.
2010-01-14 Pushing next-gen video surveillance
Network video surveillance will gradually become the mainstream and intelligence is becoming the next trend of IP video surveillance system. And as IP video surveillance is developing toward high-definition and intelligent gadgets, the core chips must also deliver higher processing capability.
2012-08-17 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 1)
Learn about the concept of algorithmic memory and the benefits of memory operations per second (MOPS) as a metric.
2006-02-01 Next Centrino more power-stingy
Intel touts improvements in battery life and speed in its next-gen Centrino notebook platform, codenamed Napa.
2015-04-16 Leading technologists talk about Moore's law
It has been 50 years since Moore's law came to light, and now three top technologists share their thoughts pertaining to Moore's law as well as their take on its proponent, Gordon E. Moore.
2008-07-17 Is chip R&D facing a dead end?
The IC industry still pours billions of dollars annually into R&D. But in recent years, as costs have skyrocketed, chipmakers have been outsourcing more of their R&D requirements to consortia, silicon foundries and third-party vendors.
2006-11-16 Intel quad-core processors raise performance bars
Intel introduced the Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5300 and Intel Core2 Extreme quad-core processor families that promise "immense speed and responsiveness" for general-purpose servers and other market segments that require very high performance levels.
2009-04-13 IBM Fellow sees end of Moore's Law
IBM Corp. Fellow Carl Anderson, who oversees physical design and tools in its server division, predicted during the recent International Symposium on Physical Design 2009 conference the end of continued exponential scaling down of the size and cost of semiconductors.
2006-06-16 Fuel cells won't power phones
As more functions are embedded in cellphones, the communications industry faces a power consumption problem--and it can't be solved by fuel cells or other battery alternatives.
2016-02-10 Designing customised intelligent IoT gateway
As companies seek to improve their business results and differentiate themselves from the competition, customised solutions are clearly required.
2009-02-09 Coming soon: 25Gbit/s backplanes
Experts at a DesignCon panel agree that Ethernet will shift up to 40- and 100Gbit/s data rates using 10Gbit/s and eventually 25Gbit/s serial channels in as few as three years.
2011-10-12 Collective behavior leads system design
According to Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, EDA needs to move away from component-oriented practice to being adaptable and dynamic.
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