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2007-08-31 10Gbps transmitters cover up to 300km
Finisar's DM200 has an output power of 0-3dBm and transmits 10Gbps over distances of 300km without requiring costly optical dispersion compensation.
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers.
2007-11-23 10GbE switch makes data centers green
Broadcom has released a 1010GbE switch that provides 240Gbits of multilayer switching capacity on a single chip.
2013-03-14 10GbE controller more flexible with on-chip memory
Tehuti Networks is accelerating its transition towards ten gigabit Ethernet through its TN4010 controller, targeted at network interface card and LAN on motherboard customers.
2007-06-06 10bit video digitizer achieves up to 165Msps speed grades
Intersil Corp. has introduced the ISL51002, said to be the industry's most sophisticated 10bit video digitizer which has three speed grades up to 165Msps to deliver resolution up to 1,080p/UXGA at 60Hz
2006-08-11 100V power MOSFET rolls for primary switching apps
TAEC has announced a new 100V Power MOSFET for primary switching applications in insulated on-board DC/DC converters and switching regulators.
2011-06-23 100V gate driver for enhancement-mode GaN FETs
National Semiconductor launches the LM5113, a highly-integrated, high-side and low-side GaN FET driver that reduces component count and PCB area.
2012-01-30 100V buck regulator features integrated MOSFETs
The 600mA LM5017 enables direct point-of-load voltage regulation from input voltages and operates at switching frequencies up to 1MHz.
2007-06-06 100Gbit network IC has integrated traffic manager
EZchip Technologies Ltd claims that its NP-4 network processors can offer system vendors a significant cost reduction by integrating all the key components of their line card into a single chip.
2014-11-11 100G tech enables up to 4Tb/s aggregate throughput
Artesyn successfully tests the industry's first 100G ATCA technology that sets the groundwork for enabling bandwidth-hungry applications in SDN and network functions virtualisation deployments.
2006-09-07 10,500 heads will roll as Intel implements cost-cutting measures
Intel Corp. announced early this week cost-cutting measures it will soon implement, including plans to cut 10,500 jobs through layoffs and attrition.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2016-05-13 0.18m MTP-IP devices enable cost-effective manufacturing
The new multiple-time programmable intellectual property (MTP-IP) was developed by using MagnaChip's 0.18m mixed signal 5V processes, which significantly reduce the number of mask layers and manufacturing process steps.
2009-06-12 0.18?m foundry solution targets Hall sensors
X-FAB Silicon Foundries has introduced the what it claims to be the first foundry process for the production of integrated Hall sensor ICs in 0.18?m; technology.
2003-01-31 0-In pumps up assertion-based verification suite
Armed with two new products and new technology, 0-In Design Automation is rolling out version 2.0 of its assertion-based verification suite.
2006-03-01 'Special' lens reduces cost of LEDs
Vishay's new red LEDs feature one of the world's brightest AllnGaP on GaAs technologies, and are constructed with a special oval lens that reduces the number and cost of LEDs required in automotive and other lighting applications.
2008-10-13 'Smart lighting' efforts ease congestion in RF bands
A 'smart lighting' initiative being funded by the government seeks to piggyback wireless communications capabilities into future LED lighting installations to offer more broadband access points.
2008-02-18 'Smallest' VGA camera sensor doubles light sensitivity
Touted as the smallest VGA CameraChip sensor, OmniVision's OV7690 promises almost double the sensitivity and low-light performance of other low-cost sensors.
2002-04-02 'Parallel' migration to blue-laser DVD urged
A proposal put together by a Hollywood studio suggests that blue-laser-based high-definition DVD recorders will initially become available as VCR replacements only in the Japanese market.
2006-12-20 'Highest-frequency' 3A PWM buck regulator rolls
Micrel's 3-by-3mm MLF 2.7MHz 3A PWM buck regulator is said to be the industry's highest-frequency 3A device.
2008-06-09 'First' single-chip 802.11n USB adapter cuts BOM costs
Broadcom Corp. has released what it claims to be the first single-chip dual-band 802.11n solution for USB adapters.
2009-02-09 'First' 300mm MTJ fab in U.S. unveiled
Grandis Inc. announced the first 300mm magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) fabrication facility in the United States dedicated to spin torque transfer-RAM (STT-RAM) memory technology. The recent additions to its MTJ fab enable Grandis to incorporate STT-RAM into its customers' most advanced semiconductor processes on 300mm wafers.
2006-05-17 'First' 2-inch AlN substrates for high-power RF apps
Crystal IS announced the release of what it claims to be the first 2-inch AlN substrates for use in high power RF electronics, blue and UV optoelectronics.
2005-08-08 'Field stop' IGBTs deliver winning punch
Advanced Power Technology's new IGBT modules deliver from 20A to 600A for modules rated at 600V, 50A to 400A for 1,200V modules, and 50A to 300A for 1,700V products.
2005-03-30 'Failsafe' clocking mechanism offers clock switchover
Micrel's new clock multiplexer ICs feature runt-pulse elimination and Fail Safe Input circuitry.
2006-07-04 'Breakthrough' sensor uses new detector material
Video Display announced its R&D arm has developed a mid-range nondispersing infrared sensor using a newly developed thin film detector coined "quantum ferroelectric."
2006-06-07 Cool power MOSFETs target portable apps
ON Semi's Cool family of power MOSFETs promises to deliver high performance and design flexibility for portable applications.
2012-03-26 $45 Singapore-made tablet to be used in India
The educational device is a stripped-down version of a commercial tablet and although it has no operating system, it contains interactive math programs for fourth graders.
2009-02-24 $19B stimulus to boost health IT advancement
While heath care specialists commended the U.S. government's plan to spend $19 billion on information technology in the sector, some have deep concerns about the focus and effectiveness of the plan and the current lack of interoperable systems.
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