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2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal.
2006-03-22 WAPI battle exposes technology rifts with China
Standards battles are usually black-and-blue affairs. But few have risen to the level of rancor surrounding the clash between the IEEE's 802.11i standard and China's domestic wireless-LAN standard, called WAPI.
2003-10-01 Wages slightly rise amid economic uncertainty
Electronic Engineering Times - Asia found out that despite the economic uncertainty brought about by various factors, Asian companies in general rewarded engineers with higher salaries.
2014-10-06 Virtualisation moves into telecoms, NFV work enters phase 2
The ETSI NFV group's phase 1 work covers the publication of documents including an overall framework and standard terms. Phase 2 targets to define a virtualized network for telecom carriers.
2012-08-31 Vietnam gearing up for global IC stage
Ho Chi Minh City will incubate an IC development program that aims to establish Vietnam as a competent player in the semiconductor industry.
2003-09-09 Verilog won't diverge, user reps pledge
Although the IEEE and the Accellera standards organization appear to be heading in different directions with next-gen Verilog, IEEE 1364 Working Group and Accellera's SystemVerilog committee members said they won't allow incompatible standards to emerge.
2015-05-28 US raises flag on China spying in electronics industry
Concerns are growing within the U.S. government that China aims to grab American technology, yet Washington appears at times to be working at cross purposes.
2009-09-30 Update: 10 companies in trouble
This is an updated version of 10 companies in trouble. Some companies have been removed since the last version, others remain. Still others have been added to the mix.
2005-04-29 TSMC sees low-power process as new technology driver
Changing its strategy in midstream, Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd (TSMC) this week made a major but overlooked announcement.
2009-11-10 TSMC 40nm yield woes continue
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd is still having yield issues with its 40nm process, according to analysts.
2011-08-11 Tri-gate rouses Intel-ARM rivalry
Intel's announcement of its low-power tri-gate transistor triggers anew its competition with ARM.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2009-06-15 Top 10 electronics blunders
Every once in awhile, electronics firms or individuals who work for them do something that makes everyone else in the industry scratch their heads and, perhaps, wince. These are actions and decisions thatwhile they may seem perfectly logical to those making the decisionsdon't really add up in the minds of most people.
2014-10-24 Tips for accurate estimation of battery life
Developers still struggle to ensure they have enough battery to operate their products for the anticipated duration. There are, however, seven tips that can help guarantee accurate estimation of battery life.
2007-09-17 The newbie's guide to Linux
Should you give the open-source operating system a whirl? Here are some answers, along with advice on how to get started.
2014-10-13 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium sulphur
In keeping with the lithium and sulphur theme seen in the previous instalment, let's continue with the lithium-sulphur variant, which touts some impressive new developments.
2005-04-26 Test suite checks VoIP-over-WLANs
VeriWave's VoIP-over-WLAN Analysis Test Suite assesses voice-quality metrics of realworld VoIP over WLAN networks.
2006-02-02 Tektronix rolls out new monitoring tool for video over IP
Tektronix Inc. announced the availability of the Spectra2|VQM (video quality measurement) monitoring solution for the diagnosis and analysis of streaming video transmitted over IP.
2005-07-18 Technology shrinks will continue, panelists say
Despite daunting economic and technical challenges, the semiconductor industry will continue to aggressively shrink the line widths of leading-edge devices for the foreseeable future, according the majority of semiconductor equipment executives who took part in a panel discussion at the Semicon West tradeshow here.
2003-10-01 Tech careers in Korea show mixed signals
The aftermath of the economic slump had left South Korea with a mixed population of mostly skeptics and only a few optimists.
2000-03-01 Taking new stabs at programmable analog
Programmable logic has some traditional advantages over ASIC design. The gate count of FPGAs approaches that of custom circuits. FPGAs can be programmed?and re-programmed?out in the field, enabling fast time to market. ASICs, in comparison, need careful attention to layout and fabrication technology. It can take anywhere from six weeks to two years (depending on the complexity of the circuit) to get an ASIC working properly.
2003-03-14 Taking a different road to the same destination
Professor Shin Dong-Wook of Hanyang University changed his career to teaching so that he can do more creative research into optical communication.
2015-03-04 Taking a closer look at NXP, Freescale's merger plans
Assuming the deal closes as expected before the end of the year, the merged company will have the arsenal it needs to ensure its survival in a consolidating chip industry.
2002-10-29 Taiwanese EE blazes to China with belief in Chinese innovation
Conexant senior executive goes to China to head the company's Shanghai branch.
2006-01-02 SystemVerilog won't kill 'e' language
Backers of 'e,' which is nearing IEEE standardization, say that rumors of the language's death are exaggerated.
2003-09-16 Sweden scrambles to save one of two remaining fabs
The Swedish government is scrambling to keep open at least one of the nation's last two operating fabs, both now owned by Infineon Technologies AG.
2009-12-02 Survey finds China EEs lukewarm to hot tech
Engineers from China appear to be less enthusiastic and optimistic about newer technologies, including nanotechnology, system-in-package and embedded memories.
2010-02-16 SunPower expands Europe reach via SunRay
SunPower Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SunRay Renewable Energy, a European solar power plant developer with offices in Europe and the Middle East.
2008-11-20 Study: China uses 1/3 of '07 global ICs
Semi usage by electronics makers in the China market increased by 23 percent last year, when it consumed for the first time, more than a third of the ICs developed worldwide, based on a report provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
2009-02-13 Still dreaming of a plug-and-play IP
Users continue to bemoan the dearth of standards and effective quality metrics that they say would help greatly in confidently selecting IP.
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