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2002-07-01 Rambus rolls 6.4Gbps backplane serial link cell
Rambus Inc. has announced the availability of a 6.4Gbps version of its RaSer V Serial Link cell, enabling networking, server, and storage system manufacturers to double system switching capacity at the same number of traces on the backplane.
2006-08-02 Wind River unrolls Linux for networking, handheld apps
Wind River Systems has announced its fourth-generation release of Linux aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cell phones.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2003-01-15 STMicro Flash memories feature multi-bit cell technology
The company has introduced a family of Flash memories that feature multi-bit cell technology based on its 0.15?m process
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
2012-02-13 SoC vendors to gain from small cell market
Multiple chip architectures are in pursuit of the small cell market with shipments forecasted to reach $14 billion by 2015
2012-01-06 Small cell shipment retail value to top $14B by 2015
In-Stat revealed that worldwide outdoor metropolitan picocell unit shipments will have a CAGR of 248 percent in the five-year forecast period.
2013-06-21 RapidIO for cloud radio access, small-cell network
The RapidIO protocol continues to offer superior QoS and scalability with lowest latency in traditional, cloud and small-cell access networks
2012-08-28 Qualcomm buys small cell firm
DesignArt Networks claims to be a leader in small cell modem and system design for cellular base stations andÿhigh-speed wireless backhaul infrastructure
2003-04-10 New group aims to secure PCs, PDAs, cell phones
Fifteen companies have formed an industry initiative to define and promote a specification for security in PCs, servers, PDAs and cellphones.
2014-12-09 Minimising small cell manufacturing cost
Learn about the major aspects of setting up multi-DUT test systems, and the advantages of the PXI modular platform for implementing such systems.
2011-06-27 LTE small cell demo operates in end-to-end system
Cavium, Continuous Computing and Picochip roll out a demonstration of a LTE small cell operating in an end-to-end system with commercially available user equipment (UE) and core network equipment
2002-04-05 Fujitsu cell-based ASICs suit high-speed networking
Manufactured using the company's 0.115m CMOS process, the CS91 Standard Cell series from Fujitsu Microelectronics America supplies I/O options ranging from 622Mbps to 3.125Gbps, while operating at 0.8V to 3.6V voltage interface levels
2003-01-03 DRAM makers prep multichip cell phone memories
Eyeing the growing market for cellular phones, DRAM vendors are seeking ways to fold more non-volatile memory and advanced packaging techniques into their game plans.
2005-07-01 Cores ace networking benchmarks
Tensilica tops the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium suites for network processors.
2014-07-23 Cavium, Quortus join forces to deliver small cell sol'n
The companies teamed up to embed Quortus' software Evolved Packet Core (EPC) on Cavium's OCTEON Fusion family of SoC processors for small cell base stations
2012-02-02 A look at multilevel cell SSDs
Know the attributes, features and requirements needed to support the data center to ensure user data reliability.
2002-02-16 High-bandwidth networking for better fault tolerance
This technical news briefly shows some of the critical steps memory vendors are taking to address bandwidth bottleneck problems, which have shifted to memory subsystems in networking apps
2008-06-02 Working on India's analog dream
Notes Anand Valavi of Wipro Technologies, " We want to get to the point where people think if they have some state-of-the-art analog work to be done, India is a good place to do it."
2007-06-28 TSMC, Cadence team on 65nm wireless design flow
Cadence and TSMC have teamed on nanometer wireless design and produced a new TSMC 65nm RF PDK compatible with the new Cadence Virtuoso custom design platform.
2005-11-02 Structured ASIC demand rising, says study
Innovation in the IC industry combined with increasing demand for high-performance electronic systems is driving demand for structured ASICs, according to a study by Frost and Sullivan.
2004-06-18 Startup rounds out BPON offerings with CO chip
BroadLight is rounding out its BPON product line with the release a controller chip for central office equipment.
2011-10-24 SoC achieves 1.25Gbit/s throughput
According to Broadcom, the device represents the industry's first solution to deliver 25 percent more capacity from 1024QAM to Gigabit and beyond.
2014-01-07 Reference board for 60GHz backhaul aimed at small cells
InterDigital and BluWireless Technology are planning a reference board that would create a mesh network supporting links that deliver 2Gb/s up to more than 150m.
2002-03-25 NEC ATM, POS chip packs four 622Mbps SONET/SDH framer channels
The 5PD98413 ATM and POS PHY chip from NEC integrates four 622Mbps SONET/SDH framer function channels on one chip, enabling faster 3G mobile basestations, DSLAM, and WAN edge equipment.
2005-07-28 Motorola revs up WiMAX effort to tackle 4G
Nearly hidden in the blizzard of Motorola products announced this week has been evidence of the firm's growing commitment to WiMAX. The wireless standard is shaping up as Motorola's lead dog into the world of 4G mobile wireless communications, even as cell phone service providers struggle to implement 3G networks
2012-12-11 Mobile Wi-Fi, optical net markets continue to grow
Market watcher Dell'Oro has cut a forecast that base stations, service provider Wi-Fi, 100 Gbit/s Ethernet and wavelength division multiplexing will continue to experience an explosive growth.
2008-05-01 MLC adds muscle to NAND
As solid-state drives change the way data is stored, several major memory chip vendors are applying their multilevel-cell technology prowess to this burgeoning market, helping to bring the NAND-based storage architecture forward, particularly for mobile electronics
2013-02-14 Is the demise of high-speed I/O near?
High-speed serial interfaces featuring equalisation may be the norm in the future, and high levels of SoC integration may no longer be the best solution.
2013-10-14 Importance of low power sensing for IoT
Time-synchronized channel hopping has a considerable role in overcoming the low power challenges of ubiquitous IoT connectivity.
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