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2011-12-08 Designing 3D-ICs (Part 2)
Here's the second instalment of this series that tackles the tools that can be used to handle a complete backend flow, and enable true 3D design partitioning, synthesis, placement, and routing.
2007-02-26 Design low-power multiprocessor chips
The demand for higher performance and more features has only served to increase total system power consumption.
2003-10-17 Computer CPU makers debate multithreading, security
Computer microprocessor makers debated the merits of multithreading and hardware security at the Microprocessor Forum.
2008-06-10 Compal favors Wavesat's 4G broadband chipset
Wavesat has announced that Compal Communications Inc. has selected Wavesat to co-develop products for its mobile WiMAX product line, starting with a USB dongle.
2008-03-06 Cisco ups ante in networking ASIC design
Cisco Systems has debuted a router that packs on a custom 40-core processor a wide variety of networking services, leapfrogging competition in the $5-billion edge router market and taking to a new level Cisco's work on ASICs for networking systems.
2008-10-01 Chipmakers pack multimedia functions in processors
Semiconductor vendors tailoring video chips for the consumer market have taken integration to the next level. As price pressure from consumers persists in the flat-panel, DTV, DVD player, notebook and mobile phone sectors, chip companies are taking a cue from OEMs to provide devices that pack more video functions to minimize costs.
2007-01-16 Cell processors rev OPC in nm designs
Nanometer chip design is becoming so compute-intensive that it needs supercomputer-like capability, according to Mentor Graphics Corp. and Mercury Computer Systems Inc.
2006-12-05 Cell BE platform accelerates optical proximity correction
Mentor Graphics and Mercury Computer Systems are bringing out what they say is the first Cell BE-based acceleration platform for the EDA market.
2007-11-28 Car safety electronics go for system-level approach
A promising market awaits those chip and EDA companies that help carmakers meet the demand for safety, comfort and infotainment using fewer MCUs by way of a system-level, whole-vehicle approach to design and electronics integration.
2006-04-05 Atmel's AVR32-based DSCs tailored for multimedia systems
Atmel has announced the AP7000 line of 32-bit digital signal controllers, the first family of products based on the company's high-throughput AVR32 core introduced in February.
2012-03-16 Are you ready for OMAP 5?
The OMAP 5 platform changes what's possible in mobile computing and delivers a superior user experience leveraging TI's mobile-optimized 28nm process, the company said.
2011-06-10 Apps processor offers HD user interface
TI has introduced the OMAP4470 applications processor, designed to deliver balance between processing power, graphics, display subsystem functionality and multilayered user interface composition.
2011-11-17 Altera initiates OpenCL program for FPGAs
Through its OpenCL program, Altera has engaged with multiple customers and is actively contributing to the evolution of the OpenCL standard based on customer feedback.
2006-07-17 A glimpse inside the Cell processor
Several years ago, IBM, Toshiba and Sony took the task on creating Cell, an amazing new multiprocessor microprocessor chip that will debut later this year in Sony's PlayStation 3 video game console, Toshiba's high-end televisions and IBM's blade servers.
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.
2006-04-04 32bit AVR processor targets multimedia systems for cellphones
Atmel's new family of 32bit processors has been designed to integrate on a single chip virtually all the functionality required for multimedia systems that are deployed in cellphones and digital cameras.
2010-11-17 2018: Exascale computing systems
Today's computer designs are too complex and power-hungry to deliver the quintillion instructions per second expected of exascale computing systems, thus radical shifts in computing are needed. "If we don’t do this kind of work, exascale systems will consume 100MW instead of the 5MW today's top supercomputers use," said Richard Murphy, principal investigator overseeing a DARPA program on the topic.
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