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2010-11-18 China leads supercomputer top 500
The latest Top 500 supercomputers lists China as having the most powerful computer in the world, and with 42 supercomputers, is second only to the United States in the number of supercomputers
2012-02-07 AMD: Ready for a comeback
At AMD's financial analyst meeting, CEO Rory Read emphasized that the company is ready to fight in the ever-changing computer arena
2015-11-02 Wireless vision able to capture images behind walls
MIT researchers developed a technology called RF Capture that lends itself to potential applications such as virtual reality, smart homes and even film-making.
2002-03-11 Wireless tech providers see chance for growth in China
Wireless technology companies struggling to recover from a year of record losses continue to turn to China's telecom market for new business.
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.
2010-10-13 Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
2011-11-23 Will SSD go the distance?
Here's an overview of the SSD technology and how vendors have been able to improve its endurance and reliability to a level that meets enterprise requirements.
2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2013-05-09 Why stitch and ship is no longer workable
As the systems change, the stitch and ship methodology is leading to increased numbers of costly failures.
2007-08-10 Who will be Asia's most outstanding manufacturer?
A total of 211 entries will be competing for the most outstanding product manufactured in Asia at the upcoming Global Sources Electronics Design Awards.
2000-09-01 Web-based EDA tools come to Asia
We can shop for clothing and record albums over the Internet; we can order food, and even have love affairs! Why not design ICs? This was the underlying theme at the recently concluded Design Automation Conference (DAC 2000) in Los Angeles. Look, for example, at the thinking process harnessed by Barcelona Design Systems.
2008-01-30 VME/VXS board does high-performance DSP, DAQ
Pentek has launched a VME/VXS board for high-performance DSP and DAQ systems. The board employs Freescale's MPC8641D Dual Core PowerPC AltiVec Processor and a Xilinx Inc. Virtex-4 FX Series FPGA.
2006-12-18 Visionary sees rich opportunities in multicore
Intel Corp.'s chief technology officer, Justin Rattner talked about Intel's embrace of the multicore solution and its impact on the current computing platform.
2014-11-04 Virtual sensors enable self-maintaining machines
Germany's Industry 4.0 initiative aims to develop industrial machinery with built-in intelligence based on smart self-monitoring functions.
2006-08-01 Viiv to coexist with STBs
Intel Corp. is softening its stance on the central role of Viiv in the home, acknowledging that set-top boxes will continue to play a key part.
2006-02-27 Vietnam OKs Intel chip plant
Vietnam's Ministry of Investment and Planning has approved an investment license for based Intel Corp., which plans to build a $605 million plant in Ho Chi Minh City.
2004-01-06 Video comms sees strong growth in 2004
This year will see a huge change in the operating environment of video communication.
2012-01-06 Using optical finger navigation for smartphones
Here's a discussion on optical finger navigation for use in smartphone user interfaces. It also tackles how to take advantage of spatial detection algorithms for better image correlation, higher reliability, simpler assembly, and less power consumption.
2015-10-16 Use MCU to keep wood gear clocks precise
Wood clocks have tendencies to be inaccurate because the wood expands and contracts with changes in temperature and humidity. Learn how this can be addressed using a microcontroller.
2015-06-02 USB technology in a battery-powered IoT era
Here's a look at how the USB standard has evolved to a state-of-the-art technology that allows even small battery-powered devices for the IoT to communicate with anything.
2011-08-17 U.S. beefs up control of fake chips in supply chain
An analysis of the U.S. government's effort to curb down fake chips, particularly from China, reveals a much serious problem within the supply chain and the country's important installations.
2004-09-21 Toshiba taps MEMS to shrink fuel cells
Toshiba Corp. has developed a MEMS-based pump for fuel cells, a move seen as an important step forward in miniaturizing the devices for portable systems.
2008-03-26 Toshiba readies 128GByte notebook SSD
Toshiba last week said it plans to ship before April a 128Gbyte SSD that will appear first in Toshiba notebooks sold in Japan.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2006-06-01 Tools help harness multicore power
The move toward multiple processors on a single chip, on a single board and in a single system to provide more features and speed at lower power may have solved certain embedded-hardware design problems. But for software developers and vendors, embedded multiprocessing presents a daunting set of challenges.
2008-09-10 Tiny switches respond to security cards' risks
Peratech has developed switches made from an ultrathin pressure sensitive material, which the company claims can overcome the risks of "contactless skimming" in security cards.
2006-10-19 TI, Mistral Software co-develop virtual CD changer ref design
Texas Instruments Inc. and Mistral Software Ltd are launching a virtual CD changer (VCDC) reference design for next-generation A/V applications.
2014-10-07 The need for high data throughput in automotive apps
The system-level read throughput continues to demand ever increasing speeds. In this article, we will tackle a high speed interface that claims to accelerate throughput up to 333 MB/s.
2015-05-08 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The software
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to consider the FPGA equivalent to MCU software.
2016-05-16 The ideal union of PAM and Ethernet
Understand how various Ethernet speeds evolved through the utilisation of various pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) schemes.
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