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2007-10-30 MagnaChip may find rival in former parent Hynix
CMOS image sensor maker MagnaChip may find a rival in its former parent Hynix, which recently announced it is reviving its non-memory business.
2005-11-23 MagnaChip IPO set for late 2006, says report
MagnaChip Semiconductor LLC, formed in 2004 by the sale of the non-memory and foundry operations of Hynix Semiconductor Inc., plans to raise up to $700 million in a U.S. initial public offering of stock late in 2006, according to a Reuters report which referenced a company spokesman as its source.
2010-10-20 Lightwave wins patent for "tricyclic spacer"
US Patent Office awards Lightwave Logic patent for new technology for non-linear optical devices
2007-07-16 Lattice challenges big rivals at 90nm FPGAs
Lattice has announced the LatticeXP2 family of non-volatile FPGAs, produced in a 90nm process co-developed with foundry partner Fujitsu Ltd, which doubles maximum logic capacity to 40k lookup tables, adds dedicated DSP blocks and improves performance by 25 percent, all while reducing the price per function by up to 50 percent.
2012-07-12 Lattice and UMC strengthen ties with partnership agreement
Lattice Semiconductor and United Microelectronics Corporation have announced a long-term technological partnership with the aim of producing non-volatile products.
2002-09-26 Laser sensor ignites advanced petrol research
Laser pressure sensors being developed at Oxford University could lead to cleaner, more efficient, petrol engines.
2005-02-09 Kilopass, Tower ink foundry technology deal
Kilopass Technology Inc., a provider of semiconductor non-volatile memory (NVM) IP for standard CMOS logic, has signed a foundry technology agreement with Tower Semiconductor Ltd.
2005-01-28 ISSI to acquire ICSI in Taiwan
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. (ISSI) has reached an agreement to acquire Integrated Circuit Solution Inc. (ICSI) in Taiwan.
2007-03-05 Is MRAM right for your consumer embedded device application?
Available memories on the market have inherent limitations that prevent them from offering the best memory features. However, with further refinement, MRAM could someday be hailed as the universal memory.
2010-12-17 Iridium nanocrystals in Flash chips
“Incorporating nanocrystals of iridium into the critical floating gate portion of flash memory designs shows both excellent memory properties as well as stability in the high temperatures used in processing such semiconductor devices,? says ITRI’s Wen-Shou Tseng.
2005-01-21 IR IGBTs include enhanced 25A HEXFRED diode
IR rolled out a 600V non-punch-through IGBT co-packaged with an enhanced 25A HEXFRED diode capable of operating at switching speeds up to 150kHz.
2011-01-04 Inverting app for LMZ14203 power module
Learn how to apply the LMZ14203 integrated buck module into the buck-boost configuration such that a positive input voltage can be used to create a regulated negative output voltage.
2002-11-18 Introducing a new approach to comms and UWB
Cellonics introduces a new hardware method of processing modulated signals.
2002-05-02 Intermodulation Distortion (IMD) measurements using the 37300 series vector network analyzer
This application note discusses the concept of measuring third order products using the Anritsu 373XX series of vector network analyzers in conjunction with Anritsu 68XXX or 69XXX synthesizers.
2005-03-04 Intel plans PC sensor network to report to IT managers
Intel Corp. has released details of the Active Management Technology (AMT) specification, which is a capability set to be included within Intel processors, chipsets and networking cards.
2005-10-21 Intel pays to keep Ovonyx going
Ovonyx Inc., a research company investigating chalcogenide-based phase-change non-volatile memory technology, has received an additional investment from Intel Capital. Financial terms were not disclosed but the cash would be used mainly to support
2003-02-19 Infineon, Toshiba develop 32Mb FRAM
Infineon Technologies and Toshiba Corp. have developed a 32Mb ferroelectric RAM solution.
2005-03-03 Industry's first 2Mb Serial EEPROM?
Saifun announced the expansion of its high density EEPROM family with the introduction of the SA25C020 2Mb SPI EEPROM.
2002-11-29 implemented using the minimum number of Zarlink switch arrays.
This article show how a 3-stage non-blocking switch matrix can be
2013-03-26 IBM Labs discover novel method to charge memory ICs
IBM's scientists discovered a new technique to operate chips using tiny ionic currents, which are streams of charged atoms that mimic the event-driven way in which the human brain operates.
2008-04-03 Hynix, Grandis enter RAM tech license deal
Hynix Semiconductor and Grandis have signed a long-term license agreement for memory products incorporating Grandis' patents and intellectual property in spin-transfer torque RAM.
2004-10-13 Hynix's system-LSI business reborn as MagnaChip
Looking to lighten its debt load and raise cash for its memory operations, Hynix Semiconductor Inc. sold off its system-LSI business last week for $828 million.
2007-11-29 Hynix signs on partner for image sensor venture
Branching out into the image sensor business, Hynix Semiconductor has entered into a partnership agreement with SiliconFile Technologies, a developer of CMOS image sensors.
2002-03-20 Hitachi, Mitsubishi to merge semiconductor businesses
Aiming to create a leading SoC company, Hitachi Ltd, and Mitsubishi Electric Corp. said March 18 that they have agreed to integrate their non-memory semiconductor businesses to create a $6 billion company that includes their R&D, design, manufacturing and marketing operations.
2005-01-04 Hitachi Chemical obtains patent for IC mount assembly tape
Hitachi Chemical Co. Ltd has acquired a basic patent for assembly tape used for its quad flat non-leaded package (QFN) method, a type of IC packaging mount.
2010-09-06 Globalfoundries, Freescale join forces for TFS on 90nm
Globalfoundries and Freescale Semiconductor has announced plans to offer a new class of thin film storage (TFS) flash memory products to market on 90nm technology. This advanced technology is expected to be deployed in Freescale microcontrollers (MCUs) intended for applications ranging from consumer electronics and household appliances to medical devices and smart metering systems.
2014-07-24 Fundamentals of resistive memory devices
In this article, we address the basics of resistive random access memory(ReRAM) structures, as well as the test hardware available to characterise them.
2012-10-18 Fujitsu's FRAM ready to operate in wide voltage range
The MB85RC256V combines the non-volatile data memory characteristic of ROM with the advantages of RAM, featuring infinite read/write times, fast read/write cycles and low-power consumption as well.
2013-12-11 Fringe light projection offers potential for micro-3D survey
A researcher from University of Freiburg revealed how fringe light projection can be applied to measure the dimension of 3D objects in the micrometer range.
2012-07-31 FRAM: Alternative to flash memory in embedded designs
Here are some real world examples of where ferroelectric random access memory should be considered as an alternative to flash as a viable nonvolatile memory technology.
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