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2004-12-01 Scan design called portal for hackers
Any chip that uses scan designand any system built around it--may be vulnerable to hackers.
2005-05-11 PTMC helps customize apps
The Ipnexus CPC300, a PTMC from Performance Technologies, serves as an advanced carrier blade that works with a wide array of PTMC modules, including telecom I/O and DSP cards and packet processing modules.
2015-08-14 Peek inside the first high bandwidth memory
In this teardown article, we reveal the innards of SK Hynix's high bandwidth memory, in AMD's Radeon 390X Fury X graphics card
2008-05-09 PC cards reveal cost impact of spec revision in handsets
Portelligent's teardowns of two PC cards reveal the impact of higher-speed network found in the latest CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A phones.
2007-09-06 NXP single-chip solution enables ultralow-cost handsets
NXP Semiconductors has released its Nexperia PNX4903 GSM/GPRS-optimized multimedia solution for the ultralow-cost segment of the mobile handset market.
2010-01-15 NAND flash modules target mobile apps
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has released a 64Gbyte moviNAND memory and 32Gbyte micro secure digital (microSD) memory card for mobile devices
2004-12-14 Multi-port serial I/O cards are low-profile PCI plug-ins
ACCES I/O Products is rolling out its Model LPCI-COM-8SM serial communication card
2006-03-13 Micron acquires Lexar Media
In a bold entry into the flash-memory card, USB drive and other end-user markets, Micron Technology said that it has acquired Lexar Media
2008-08-15 Media options allow versatility in HD video production
Sony extends its wide range of media options with the release of three "tapeless" solutions that give customers multiple recording choices and workflow flexibility.
2010-06-29 MCU ensures USB security for token apps
Maxim Integrated Products is rolling out the MAXQ1010 highly integrated, low-power 16bit microcontroller that adds security to USB token and USB card reader applications
2004-04-16 Linear Tech IC provides 1.8V, 3V SIM power
Linear Tech's LTC4557 dual SIM/Smart card power supply and level translator provides power and level shifting for 2.5-, 3G wireless apps
2012-02-01 Level translator supports Secure Digital 3.0
ST's voltage-level translator incorporates 15kV air-gap electrostatic discharge protection geared for portable consumer electronics.
2004-07-08 Kit speeds WLAN development on Linux
AbsoluteValue Systems is offering an embedded-software package that will support 802.11a/b/g chipsets on any Linux platform
2015-03-09 IoT drives chip packaging innovation
The need for high performance multi-functional devices in a single package is pushing the industry to innovate in multi-chip packaging. This high level of integration has presented huge challenge
2007-11-15 Infineon-Intel team eyes high-density SIM cards
Infineon Technologies and Intel are working together for the development of optimized chip solutions for high-density SIM cards.
2008-11-05 Infineon, Micron see beyond 128Mbyte HD-SIM cards
Infineon and Micron are teaming up for the development of high-density subscriber identity module (HD-SIM) cards reaching beyond 128Mbyte.
2003-10-24 GLI rolls out USB controller for Newcard spec
Genesys Logic Inc. has introduced the GL817E certified USB 2.0 high-speed bus power controller that is designed to support PCMCIA's Newcard specification.
2005-04-29 FPGA-equipped signal processor plays in Windows PCs
Gage Applied Technologies' products are part of a rather large family of multi-MHz to GHz digitizers and oscilloscope cards, as well as analog signal generator cards, and digital I/O plug-ins.
2006-02-03 Epson announces 'smallest' gate array
Seiko Epson Corp. has developed what it claims to be the world's smallest gate array.
2005-11-18 Do you need to build low-cost USB-connected PINpads?
Teridian Semiconductor unveiled its 73S1215F, an advanced integrated circuit that allows manufacturers of smart card readers to build low-cost USB-connected PINpads
2009-10-22 China preps ePassport system
NXP is involved in more than 80 percent of all ePassport schemes, having shipped about 150 million ICs to date.
2008-02-12 China Mobile picks Gemalto for multimedia SIM deployment
China Mobile has selected Gemalto's FullMultimedia SIM cards for the first large-scale multimedia SIM commercial deployment in Asia, covering five provinces in China.
2005-08-09 Cascade Microtech' digital imager zooms in for precise wafer test
Cascade Microtech is debuting a new system combining microscopy, digital imaging and prober control software that promises to save hours each day.
2005-02-25 C/C++ to VHDL for $995
Orange Tree Technologies and SystemCrafter announce the SystemCrafter package for SystemC development work
2006-08-04 Apple, PC notebooks might be vulnerable to wireless attack
Wireless device drivers for computers running both Apple Computer and Microsoft operating systems appear to be full of holes, and a prominent security researcher recommends turning off wireless cards until the holes can be fixed.
2003-06-19 Addonics SATA adapter to support 150MBps
Addonics Technologies has released what it claims is the first solution to support SATA's 150MBps transfer rate with its CardBus SATA adapter.
2015-07-28 A closer look inside SK Hynix's 1st high bandwidth memory
SK Hynix's HBM has a 1,024-wide bus. It employs a base logic die as an interface between the four DRAM die stack and an interposer that supports both the HBM modules and the AMD GPU.
2006-05-01 10Gb Ethernet gains with board, chip designs
Expected to speed up the slow shift to 10GbE are NetXen's programmable dual-port 10Gbit server card and Broadcom's 20-port 10GbE chip for stackable switches
2003-02-05 Voltage suppressor protects line cards with SSRs
STMicro's SSRP105B1 dual asymmetric transient voltage suppressor protects line cards in telecom equipment that use solid-state relays.
2002-09-16 Trident takes tiled path back to desktop graphics
Trident offers new high-end video card using tiled graphics architecture
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