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2006-08-24 32bit SBC based on AMCC/IBM PowerPC 405GPr processor
Actis Computer SA has introduced the KSBC-0405, a 32bit PowerPC SBC based on the AMCC/IBM PowerPC 405GPr processor at 266MHz.
2011-01-20 32/28-nm reference flow for Common Platform Alliance ushered
Cadence's 32/28nm Low-Power RTL-to-GDSII Silicon Realization Reference features new design intent, abstraction and convergence capabilities giving more deterministic path to advanced silicon.
2009-11-18 16bit MCUs pack RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE
NEC offers 16bit All Flash MCUs with embedded IEEE802.15.4-compliant 2.4GHz RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE, an industry standard for remote control in consumer electronics.
2012-03-05 16bit MCUs boast low pin count, power use
The PIC24F 'KL' MCU family from Microchip Technology flaunts a low cost solution to consumer, medical and safety/security applications.
2008-04-25 16bit dual-channel DAC aims at 3G/4G comms
TI has introduced a 16bit, dual channel, 800MSps transmit DAC solution designed for wireless base stations, SDR applications and multifrequency test equipment.
2009-04-22 14bit ADC promises high speed at low power
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a dual, 14bit ADC at 250MSps to deliver a premier combination of wide signal bandwidth, high dynamic performance and low power consumption.
2012-03-26 130nm CMOS logic backend tech unleashed
SilTerra Malaysia released the CL130AL that offers single poly up to six layers of aluminum metallization, borderless contacts and via with USG inter-metal dielectric.
2010-05-28 12bit ADC achieves 3.6GSps sampling speed
National Semiconductor Corp. has launched what it claims is the fastest 12bit ADC delivering 3.6GSps, which is 3.6x faster than any other available 12bit device.
2011-07-27 12-, 14bit ADC devices deliver 65C250MSPS
TI has unveiled eight dual-channel ADC devices that feature 6dB programmable gain option and SFDR up to 91dBc for high receive sensitivity in 3G/LTE wireless infrastructure.
2010-07-08 11bit ADCs handle up to 65MHz signal bandwidth
TI is rolling out 11bit, 200MSps ADC family that delivers enhanced in-band SNR for multicarrier and multimode communications systems requiring up to 65MHz bandwidth.
2012-03-19 0.11?m, 0.16?m CMOS image sensor platform unleashed
The TS11IS hybrid from TowerJazz allows designers to create higher resolution high-end sensors with smaller pixels and enhanced performance.
2004-01-01 0-In assertion compiler is multilingual
0-In Design Automation announced a compiler that reads assertions in multiple formats and outputs synthesizable Verilog.
2003-11-13 0-In assertion compiler has multilingual features
The company will announce an enhanced assertion compiler for its Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) tool suite.
2002-07-04 'Infrastructure IP' seen aiding SoC yields
Design-for-yield is becoming a goal for SoC designers as today's very deep-submicron semiconductor technologies of 130nm and below are reaching defect susceptibility levels that result in lower manufacturing yields and reliability.
2006-08-07 'First' FPGA-based development kit rolls for PXIe
Claiming an industry first, PLDA recently said it is launching the PXIe XpressLite CY2 Development Kit for CompactPCI Express.
2009-02-26 'First' flexible touchscreen makes touchdown
Arizona State University's Flexible Display Center (FDC), and its military and industry partners are claiming the first flexible touchscreen integrated with an active-matrix display. The light-weight device is initially headed for the battlefield.
2009-02-09 'First' 300mm MTJ fab in U.S. unveiled
Grandis Inc. announced the first 300mm magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) fabrication facility in the United States dedicated to spin torque transfer-RAM (STT-RAM) memory technology. The recent additions to its MTJ fab enable Grandis to incorporate STT-RAM into its customers' most advanced semiconductor processes on 300mm wafers.
2013-03-13 "Electronic blood" developed for cooling effect
IBM is exploring the use of "electronic blood" to not only cool but also to power the cognitive computers of the future.
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