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2002-01-02 Neuron dc/dc converters feature 25kHz switching frequency
The SR-500 and SR-700 step-up dc/dc voltage converters are designed for employment in A/V equipment requiring voltage regulation.
2014-08-08 IBM chip implements brain-like architecture
The cognitive chip architecture comprises a mesh network of 4,096 neurosynaptic cores that operates in an event-driven, parallel, and fault-tolerant manner.
2016-05-05 Using memristors to build an electronic brain
The Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology is perfecting an analogue electronic brain by using hafnium oxide memristors to mimic synapses.
2002-02-19 Researchers close to delivering molecular circuits
Although it's a little like watching a chess match in slow motion, molecular electronics researchers are converging on viable circuit-fabrication methods.
2016-03-16 Probing ReRAMs: 3D filaments, brain-like functions
Here's a look at a research on ReRAMs based only on the sub-oxides of silicon to make the case for the suitability of their devices for use as emulators of brain-like neural functions.
2012-02-16 PCM progress report no. 4: Simulating the brain
This report explores the use of phase change memory to emulate a component of the brain, the synapse.
2015-02-18 Pattern recognition carves smooth road for Big Data
Start-up NeuroMem seeks to enable efficient pattern recognition by bringing massively parallel, low-power, real-time, cost-effective computing architecture with a built-in capability to learn on the fly.
2014-05-06 Neurogrid board replicates human brain circuitry
The board comprises 16 180nm-processed CMOS chips paired with a daughterboard and FPGA, and employs a combination of hardware emulation and software simulation to mimic the behaviours of neurons and synapses on the power it takes to run a tablet computer.
2014-08-14 Moore's Law gets new lease on life
The semiconductor industry realised that energy-efficiency can be improved a bit, but instead of traditional scaling one must rely on new, clever tricks, including micro-architectural restructuring.
2014-01-29 MIT team shows method to control nanoscale diamond sensors
The control technique allows the tiny sensors to monitor how magnetic fields change over time, such as when neurons in the brain transmit electrical signals to each other.
2013-08-16 Memristors to boost image processing
DARPA awarded a UM researcher up to $5.7 million contract to build a computer hardware that could process images and video 1,000 times faster with 10,000 times less power than today's systems.
2012-03-30 Many-core ICs tripping 'the singularity'?
Will the rapidly increasing processing power being enabled by many-core processors cause the advent of machines with super-human intelligence, an event sometimes referred to as the singularity?
2010-11-19 IMEC, FP6 create leading-edge neural probe
IMEC, with its partners within the European FP6 Program NeuroProbes, has created a new neural probe allowing electrical and chemical recording as well as stimulation of single neurons in the brain.
2013-08-14 IBM creates programming model for brain-inspired chip
IBM rolled out a software ecosystem designed for programming silicon chips to eventually create intelligent sensor networks that mimic the brain's cognitive and perceptive functions.
2005-10-10 FSA keynoter eyes 'ambient intelligence'
Rudy Lauwereins, vice president for design technology at the Belgian IMEC research institute, came to the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) Expo here Thursday with a
2012-02-13 Embedded SoC touts 120GHz of 64bit compute
The 48-core 2.5GHz OCTEON III MIPS64 processors are designed for enterprise, data center and service provider infrastructures.
2009-03-05 Echelon's LonWorks suite gets a makeover
Echelon Corp. is upgrading the chips and software that make up its LonWorks suite. The company says its new products will make it cheaper and easier to deploy control networks.
2014-02-11 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 2)
Here's a look at the Izot Internet of Things framework.
2014-01-29 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 1)
In Part 1, we look into the requirements that the IP-enabled Internet of Things must meet.
2008-10-01 Designing the creative computer
The creative computer may not become a reality anytime soon. But the principles of creative behavior and learning are already being applied in clever ways in our browsers, our communications, our planning tools and our user interfaces.
2014-10-14 Creating more cost-effective GaN LEDs for homes
Plessey Semiconductors aims to be the first company to make energy-efficient LEDs for home lighting at a price that consumers will pay, and is using a technology made by Cambridge researchers.
2006-06-01 Brain-to-comp links yield neurotherapies
Techniques that might help restore neurologically-impaired people's command over their environment are nearing commercialization.
2001-02-01 Biomorphics tech takes on electronic consumer market
This technology news article describes the penetration of robotics in the field of consumer electronics, particularly children's toys.
2007-11-22 Biological memory chip hints at cyborg machines
Researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel are developing a hybrid biological-solid state memory that could be linked to conventional computer hardware to create cyborg machines.
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