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2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010
2006-07-06 Solution eases nano-era post-silicon validation
DAFCA has announced the release of ClearBlue version 2006 that has been developed to address the post-silicon validation challenges of nano-era semiconductor product design
2015-05-28 Solid smartphone base boosts Xiaomi's CE business
Recently, Bin Lin, president and co-founder of Xiaomi, explained how the company plans to expand its product portfolio beyond smartphones and the company's investment strategy
2005-10-31 SMIC to sample 65nm by end of '06
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) President and CEO Richard Chang said Thursday (Oct. 27) that his company would deliver 65nm engineering samples in 2006
2002-10-04 Sequence Design: Taiwan primed for growth
In my view, one of the driving forces behind this robust IC design community is Taiwan's consistently strong systems-design industry. While Taiwan remain resolute proponents of a global supply chain, there seems to be a great deal of interest and investment going towards developing local sources for ICs that leverage the island nation's native engineering talent and state-of-the-art fab capacity
2013-09-18 Screen protector allows 3D viewing in mobile devices
EyeFly3D, a Singapore-made glasses-free 3D film, has won the Technology Innovation category in the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2013
2008-04-04 SanDisk eyes mobile, CE markets in India
SanDisk plans to increase market presence and diversify product offerings in India, addressing the country's growing demand for flash memory cards used in cellphones, digital cameras and music players
2009-04-06 Ruggedized board befits mission-critical environments
Men Micro has developed a new ESMexpress product, the XM2, which is based on Intel's Core 2 Duo SP9300 processor running at up to 2.26GHz. The board combines ruggedization and low development costs to form a cost-effective solution for harsh, mobile and mission-critical environments
2005-09-19 RFID chip offers global interoperability, optimized performance
STMicroelectronics introduced a UHF (Ultra-High Frequency) contactless memory chip that complies with the latest Electronic Product Code specifications
2009-03-27 Researchers turn reclaimed silicon to solar cell
Researchers from Swansea University's School of Engineering, in collaboration with Pure Wafer International Ltd, have developed a low-cost solar cell, which is made from reclaimed silicon, a by-product of the semiconductor industry.
2002-07-22 Report of EE shortage stirs 'boom-or-bust' debate
A call for cranking up the number of engineering grads just as U.S. EEs are facing the worst employment picture in years sparked a pitched debate over engineering supply and demand
2003-06-11 Raytheon to deploy Credence system for logic ICs
Raytheon Co.'s Space and Airborne Systems business has purchased Credence Systems Corp.'s IMS Electra MX engineering validation test system
2009-02-19 Rapid prototyping & core vs. context
For many companies, the answer is that prototype design has become context and the smart move is to work with a trusted partner for prototype development, enabling key engineering and management talent to engage on core activities
2003-12-10 Range of Wi-Fi chip sets expanded
Three-year-old Motia came out of stealth mode last week to announce its first product, an analog signal-processing chip that brings smart-antenna technology to 2.4-GHz WLAN cards and access points. The Stamford, Conn.-based startup claims its Javelin chip can improve the gain of existing 802.11b and .11g signals by 6 to 18 dB
2010-05-07 Radar detector packs location-aware features
Without specialty ASICs, but with beautiful RF engineering, the Escort 9500ix seems to own the top spot in radar/laser detectors for now
2010-03-24 Quatrics opens video R&D center in China
Quartics Inc. today has established its center of excellence for video algorithm development and systems engineering in Shanghai, China
2013-12-11 Q&A: Audio testing for portable devices
Tom Kite, VP of engineering at Audio Precision, revealed valuable information about what's going on in audio testing with particular focus on popular mobile consumer devices
2016-05-17 PTC, EPAM develop IoT soln's for industry verticals
EPAM Systems will combine its engineering capabilities with PTC's ThingWorx IoT platform to deliver IoT solutions for key verticals such as financial services, healthcare, and retail and distribution
2003-09-01 Provide a competitive edge
A structured ASIC platform allows manufacturers to offer their customers a shorter, faster track to a final production-ready product while limiting their risk by minimizing up-front costs
2005-09-23 Power management IC addresses cost, space requirements
Atmel released a new power management standard product dedicated to the power supplies of handset add-on modules
2010-11-24 PICMG 2.30 retrofits critical defense equipment
PICMG 2.30, released just last year by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) enables interoperability with legacy CompactPCI equipment, including critical embedded systems on military craft. 3M Applications Engineering Specialist provides an overview of the standard
2007-11-08 Photoelectronic sensors withstand washdown environs
Banner Engineering launched a new level of photoelectric sensors that offer high-performance, compact design and versatile mounting options
2008-04-25 Parade Technologies bets on DisplayPort for PC video
Calling itself an early bird in this new standard domain, Parade Technologies sees DisplayPort as a serious opportunity, given the right engineering resources
2003-10-01 Overseas work shifts from West to East
Doing business is now moving toward the East, thus reversing the usual flow of engineering manpower
2014-07-24 OrCAD solutions optimise PCB design process
Cadence developed three OrCAD PCB products targeting emerging electronic product design challenges. These are Engineering Data Management, Library Builder, and Documentation Editor.
2011-07-18 Optimizing cellular M2M apps for range, longevity
Telit's director of applications engineering, Kenneth Bednasz, embedded cellular modules for M2M applications should be designed from the ground up to meet M2M's rugged environmental requirements
2015-02-02 Optimising BGA signal routing in PCB designs
BGA packaging technology for embedded designs is steadily advancing, but signal escape routing is difficult. Know the strategies to ensure that a product is correct in terms of form, fit and function
2014-12-17 Open source platforms afford infinite design capabilities
The availability of open-source software and, more recently, hardware targeting embedded applications means that access to high-quality engineering resources has never been greater
2006-11-16 Open p-cells may reform EDA distribution model
CiraNova hasn't publicly announced a product, but its Website is offering free downloads of PyCell Studio, a Python-based tool that generates PyCells, or "universal" OpenAccess-based p-cells
2005-01-14 OPC tool aims to cut IC manufacturing time
Aprio Technologies will introduce its first product this weeka "reconfigurable" OPC tool suite aimed at manufacturing groups
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