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2004-03-30 Anadigics ships InGaP, WLAN, PA units
Anadigics has begun shipping its InGaP, HBT, WLAN, power amplifiers (PAs) to a leading supplier of WLAN chipsets for PC notebooks.
2004-11-30 AMD, ATI Technologies unveil notebook chips
Advanced Micro Devices and ATI Technologies unveiled last week processors for thin and light notebooks.
2007-02-07 AMD teams with China's TCL Computer
Advanced Micro Devices announced that TCL Computer, one of China's fastest-growing PC manufacturers, will offer customers a range of commercial notebooks and desktops based on AMD64 processors.
2015-06-04 AMD reveals power capabilities of Carrizo
While made in a 28nm process, AMD hopes Carrizo and the lower-tier Carrizo-L will sport power and performance advantages for mainstream notebooks compared with Intel's 14nm FinFET Broadwell chip.
2014-04-30 AMD raises the bar on performance-per-watt in APUs
The mobile APUs, codenamed Beema and Mullins, achieve CPU speeds of up to 2.4GHz and boast an average 38 per cent reduction in energy leakage. The devices come in form factors that can fit well in tablets and ultrathin notebooks.
2004-05-17 AMD expands mobile processor offering
Advanced Micro Devices has launched two low-power mobile processors designed to offer mobility to thin and light notebooks.
2004-01-21 ABC Taiwan choke coils have low resistance
The company has released its series of low resistance choke coils that is suited for use in dc-dc converters, notebooks computers and flash memory programmers.
2015-04-22 4K display market to approach $18B this year
IHS revealed that starting this year, 4K displays will emerge in all major display applications such as desktop monitors, notebooks, OLED TVs, digital signage, smartphones and tablets.
2008-03-31 256Gbyte SSD flaunts 12.5mm form
Super Talent Technology has introduced a 256Gbyte SSD that the company claims is thinner than any other similar capacity SSD for notebooks and other mobile devices.
2003-07-25 Zener diodes targets space sensitive apps
Diodes Inc. has released two lines of precision Zener diodes that are based on the company's ion implantation technique which enables control over VZ tolerance to 2 percent at high yield and can achieve tolerances down to 0.5 percent if required.
2010-08-19 WLAN power amplifier is 1.5mm x 1.5mm
Microsemi introduces the new LX5514M power amplifier, a continuation of their WLAN product family expansion for the smartphone market .
2009-12-04 WLAN power amp consumes 391mA current
Microsemi has begun volume production of its LX5518 power amplifier for IEEE 802.11b/g/n WLAN applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz frequency range.
2007-09-21 WLAN chip drives Wi-Fi in high-volume segments
Broadcom's new WLAN platform enables customers to deliver wireless capabilities in new platforms and at new price points, spurring Wi-Fi penetration in the high-volume segments.
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015.
2012-02-03 Wireless ousts PCs as top OEM spending area
Global spending by the world's top OEMs on microchips for wireless products reached $58.6 billion last year, up 14.5 percent from $51.2 billion in 2010.
2002-11-04 Wireless modem technology to drive portable device demand
According to In-Stat/MDR, WLAN technology and the worldwide rollout of GPRS and cdma2000 cell networks will rapidly drive the demand for wireless ICs.
2008-11-05 WiQuest closes shop due to UWB's low demand
WiQuest has officially closed its doors, the first of several casualties to fall among UWB chip designers.
2007-12-19 WiMedia Alliance heads calls for spectrum division
To avoid a fight over bandwidth on unlicensed frequencies, the industry needs to carve up spectrum bands based on what applications best fit in them, says Stephen Wood, president of the WiMedia Alliance.
2012-02-07 Wilocity to roll multigigabit tech
According to the company, its technology will enable users to connect at whatever band that is offering the best available performance while delivering multigigabit data rates at 60GHz.
2009-05-05 Will netbook's appeal last after downturn?
As consumers' incomes dwindle, they are looking into buying low-cost netbook PCs, driving global shipments up by 68.5 percent in 2009 and by a whopping 2,424 percent in 2008, according to iSuppli Corp.
2008-04-08 Will LED-backlit LCD TVs break into mass market?
Stunningly clear pictures are produced by LED-backlit LCD TVs, enabled by Dolby Laboratories' High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. Unclear, though, is how much consumers will have to pay for that kind of picture quality.
2009-11-06 Will 2010 be a boom or a double dip?
The electronics industry is finally recovering but there is still some uncertainty in the market. Some see a boom year in 2010 while some see a double dip.
2011-06-02 WiFi, Bluetooth combo chip reduces power consumption
Broadcom announced its first 40nm Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo chip for notebook and netbook that reduces chip size, module cost and power consumption.
2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication.
2009-01-15 Wi-Fi weathered the '08 economic storm
Driven by strong consumer and enterprise demand for a wide range of Wi-Fi-enabled devices, Wi-Fi chipset sales jumped 25 percent in 2008 to 387 million.
2010-06-24 Wi-Fi PAN IC handles up to 24Mbit/s
Ozmo Devices Inc.'s Wi-Fi PAN chip supports data rates of up to 24Mbit/s and is suitable for use with mouse and keyboard, as well as touchscreen applications or integrated video and audio.
2003-09-26 Wi-Fi increases notebook TCO: Gartner
According to Gartner Inc., the growing use of Wi-Fi is raising notebook total cost of ownership from 3 percent to 4 percent.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
2009-12-08 Who takes the cake in netbook processor arena?
So, who are the winners and losers in the netbook and mobile Internet device thus far? At present, it appears that all chip vendors are both winnersand losers.
2009-09-22 White LED driver targets LCD backlights
TAEC's new 60V power MOSFET driver is designed for white LEDs to be used in LCD panel backlight applications.
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