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2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2008-11-06 New wave of collaboration to roll in 4G segment
The mobile broadband chip sector is likely to see more consolidations as the business progresses, based on a study made by Light Reading's Components Insider research unit.
2003-06-16 New approaches to Ethernet over SONET/SDH
Virtual concatenation and generic framing procedure boost the ability of legacy networks to handle Ethernet-based traffic efficiently.
2006-02-13 Multithreading CPU suits embedded applications
MIPS Technologies introduced its MIPS32 34K family of cores, a multithreading solution for embedded applications.
2004-03-02 MIPS, Mentor Graphics release PSP for MIPS32
MIPS Technologies and Mentor Graphics have released the Seamless Hardware/Software Co-Verification PSP for the MIPS32 24K family.
2008-04-03 MIPS unveils licensable core for multiprocessing
MIPS Technologies is rolling out its first licensable core geared for coherent multiprocessingthe MIPS 1004Kwhich can support up to four cores on a chip, each running two threads.
2003-04-29 MIPS microprocessors featured in Windows CE .NET 4.2
MIPS Technologies Inc. has announced that the updated version of the Microsoft Windows CE.NET v4.2, includes support for 32- and 64-bit MIPS-based microprocessors.
2003-02-07 MIPS draws licensees to Windows CE partnership
Microsoft Corp. and MIPS Technologies Inc. has announced that they will extend their cooperation on the Windows CE embedded operating system to include a group of silicon partners with licenses to the MIPS instruction set or the MIPS architecture.
2005-05-23 MIPS cores offer high performance with DSP functionality
MIPS Technologies Inc. introduced the MIPS32(R) 24KE(TM) family of cores, the first to integrate the MIPS(R) DSP Application-Specific Extension (ASE) announced last year.
2007-12-17 MIMO RFIC delivers dual transmit/receive for Mobile WiMAX
Sequans Communications has introduced the SQN1140 dual-channel MIMO RFIC designed to pair up with the SQN1130 Mobile WiMAX baseband chip for a total Mobile WiMAX 802.16e-2005 solution.
2016-02-15 Micron phases out planar, boosts 3D NAND production
Micron hid more than 75 per cent of the CMOS logic under the array with its 32-tier 256Gb MLC/384Gb TLC 3D NAND products and retained its floating gate technology.
2007-06-21 Manufacturers ride the PON wave
It's getting crowded in the passive optical networks arena as manufacturers try to take a piece of action in the segment offering the only alternative for homes with multiple HDTV sets.
2005-08-01 Low-latency interconnect delivers value
HyperTransport technology is well-positioned for continued growth over the next five to 10 years.
2015-02-03 Intel targets smart gateways with Lantiq buyout
Lantiq's presence in the broadband customer premises equipment is particularly attractive to Intel, who wants to be in the market for next-gen gateways that connect a variety of devices at home.
2005-03-07 Intel preps HyperTransport competitor for Xeon, Itanium CPUs
Intel Corp. plans to embedded a memory controller and to use a common high-speed serial interconnect as the processor bus for its Itanium and Xeon server processors starting in 2007, EE Times has learned.
2004-11-01 Inside the HyperTransport 2.0 Interface
Get to know the evolution of HyperTransport as a useful interconnect technology in simplifying board-level designs.
2016-05-10 IDT ex-CEO recalls battle with hedge fund investor
Ted Tewksbury, ex-CEO of IDT talked about how he fought back against hedge fund investor Starboard Value for about a year and half, as well as his take on the future of the US chip industry.
2006-09-08 HyperTransport Consortium welcomes seven new members
The HyperTransport Technology Consortium, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing, promoting and licensing the HyperTransport interconnect technology, announced seven new companies as part of its commercial membership base.
2007-02-01 High-speed interconnects reshape board
A handful of high-speed interconnects are driving changes in how designers handle fast signals. The Scalable System Packet Interface from the Optical Internetworking Forum aims to carry data at 6Gbps and up between chips or boards in a communications system.
2008-05-07 GSA sees fabless model taking over semi industry
'The fabless model will eventually take over the whole industrypartly because the CAGR in the overall semiconductor market is now 6 percent, while the CAGR in the fabless sector is 28 percent,' Dwight Decker, chairman of the GSA, said at the Israel Executive Forum.
2015-12-23 Grasp soft-decoding in SSD controllers
In this article, we will take a look at what happens when that initial decode fails and how soft data can be used to recover data on the SSD.
2008-01-31 GPON chips ready to invade homes
Startup Iamba Networks Inc. has introduced its first chips to bring fiber-to-the-home, joining the bandwagon of companies hoping a long-awaited ramp in GPONs will begin this year.
2011-06-24 Freescale's AMP addresses explosive IP traffic growth
Running on a multithreaded 64bit Power Architecture e6500 core, the AMP series integrates an array of acceleration engines and power management systems to improve performance and power efficiency.
2002-08-29 Frame processor supports four 10Gb channels
Ample Communications Inc. is coming out with the first integrated frame processor based on its 40Gbps native core.
2014-08-06 Flash-backed DRAM rides PCIe 3.0 bus
The Flashtec card from PCM claims to offer better performance than flash-based SSD without its endurance issues, delivering 10 million IOPS when used as additional system memory.
2015-08-31 Exploring the future for SSDs
The migration from BCH codes to LDPC codes is going to enable a lot of great things inside SSDs, including better endurance and latency control.
2002-01-29 Evolution in action
Although weak startups in networking-silicon space will continue to fail, successful products will still enable successful companies.
2007-09-26 Ethernet chip tailors switching to needs of carriers
Startup Lightstorm Networks has come out of stealth mode with its first chip tailoring Ethernet switching to the needs of carriers.
2016-02-18 Energy harvesting calls for full-spectrum MCU efficiency
Energy harvesting is becoming a practical option for an increasingly wide range of sensor-oriented designs for the internet of things. Find out why.
2002-04-08 EDA customer segments continue to slump
The semiconductor and communications industries, traditionally the two largest customers of EDA products and services, are still struggling under the weight of the economy and are not likely to recover soon, said analysts at a panel discussion sponsored by the EDA Consortium.
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