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2006-10-02 RoHS era drives changes in design priorities
Months after the enforcement of the European Union's ban on the use of six environmentally unfriendly materials, designers have clear evidence that failure to meet the RoHS directive means lost sales.
2005-09-13 Rise of NAND reshapes NOR market
NOR suppliers may need to seek new non-volatile memory technology
2006-05-16 Rise of NAND reshapes NOR market
NOR suppliers may need to seek new non-volatile memory technology.
2007-05-01 Rethinking data-plane processing in networks
True 3G technology must support data rates of 2Gbps or above per user. This leap in data rate has forced network vendors to rethink how they implement data-plane processing in their networks.
2012-01-31 Research rolls sensors that detect corrosion in concrete
A newly developed sensor is claimed by the researchers as having the capability to spot early warning signs of corrosion in concrete and monitor the safety of structures.
2013-06-11 Research combines LED, power transistor in GaN chip
Engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute said the innovation could open the door to a new generation of LED technology that is less expensive to manufacture and significantly more efficient.
2004-04-02 Renesas emulator provides shorter debugging period
Renesas Technology has disclosed that its E200F emulator features the industry's first built-in real-time profiler function.
2011-07-12 Reading software enables active reading
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a software that allows readers' finger motions to manipulate and organize content in documents.
2007-05-01 RadioScape picks Blackfin for mobile TV platform
DAB software developer RadioScape has chosen ADI's Blackfin processor as its mobile-TV platform and will share its extensive DAB knowledge with ADI to build mobile-TV receivers.
2002-11-06 Radioactive isotopes fuel microscopic battery
Using radioactive isotopes as fuel, a tiny battery developed at Cornell University, could turn out to be an ideal power source for remote sensors or other small-scale systems.
2012-05-16 Quick fix for pesky FPGA design errors
Know the significance of hierarchical design and fast error resolution in achieving a working design with fewer design iterations.
2004-11-23 Pushing the envelope in blade server design
Blade server computing is fast transforming the server industry with a host of advantages in terms of design, functionality and total cost of ownership.
2007-11-02 Products vie for role in HDMI arena
Last year's adoption of HDMI 1.3 has advanced the adoption rate of sources that provide 1,080p resolution such as Blu-ray and HD DVDand as HDMI's popularity grows, so does its list of supporters.
2007-11-01 Processor battle moves to the cores
The latest maneuvers in the chess match between Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. find the rivals advancing toward similar architectures.
2002-03-25 Process variations spark lively debate
In a spirited exchange between academicians, industry process engineers and researchers, a panel at the International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design explored one of the best-kept but most sinister secrets in advanced IC design: the growing threat of process variations.
2012-07-05 Prevent Hindenburg-level USB meltdown in harsh industrial environments
Learn how USB can suddenly go up in smoke, and what can be done to prevent it.
2002-04-02 Post acquisition spree, Intel strives for key to comms
Intel Corp. hasn't made heads or tails of the communications industry. As the company bought up startups, it was simply collecting one of everything, with no central strategy for interlocking the pieces.
2013-05-15 Poor PC outlook drags supplier stocks at minimum
PC distributors hold the smallest levels of inventory among all players in the PC supply chain, carrying just 30 days' worth of stockpiles in Q4, primarily consisting of completed computers.
2007-09-19 PLX, Mellanox field Express Gen2 chips
PLX Technology debuted its first family of Express 2.0 switches, and Mellanox Technologies announced Infiniband and 10GbE adapter cards using the interconnect onSept. 17.
2006-08-01 Philips exec sees 3C convergence in China
As senior director and technical support manager for Greater China, Charles Wang manages the entire technical support function of Greater China for Philips Semiconductors.
2012-12-12 Perform efficient debug of multi-core MCUs
The real challenge is the processing of the high quantity of debug information coming from all cores and its proper presentation in real-time on the developer's screen.
2012-02-23 PCM progress report no. 5: Scaling issues
Learn about the possible approaches to achieve the scaling necessary to make PCM a commercial success.
2005-06-08 PCI Express train rolls across multiple tracks
At its annual conference here (June 6-7), the PCI Special Interest Group detailed updates and extensions to the PCI Express specification that could drive annual silicon updates through 2007
2012-08-30 Overcoming challenges for SoC verification team
Know the unique problems that SoC verification engineers face and the approach that provides them a level of automation similar to that enjoyed by block-level verification teams.
2007-09-17 Overcome Java limitations
To find an emerging set of technologies that will allow developers to write applications in Java with deterministic run-time requirements, one must embrace the concept of 'real-time' Java to help remove the limitations inherent in the language.
2016-01-04 Optoelectronic microprocessors promise lower power usage
Researchers at MIT, University of California at Berkeley and University of Colorado produced a working optoelectronic microprocessor that computes electronically but uses light to move information.
2013-11-05 Optimise wireless medical devices' battery life
The medical device industry is ripe for a new approach to analysing the energy requirements of battery powered medical devices.
2014-12-10 OPF eyes more Power innovations, partners
IBM's OPF assists in building U.S. DOE's Coral next-generation supercomputers. It also helps in processing big data and developing flash memory applications that support its CAPI interconnect.
2006-04-26 O2Micro granted patent continuation for DC/DC controller
O2Micro International was issued 21 claims under U.S. patent number 7,002,817 for its DC/DC controller with improved transient response.
2015-02-03 NTU students build solar powered, 3D-printed car
Using the latest engineering techniques learnt from their studies in NTU, the students have developed innovations such as silicon solar cells that can be contoured to follow the car's shape.
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