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2008-08-18 Numonyx seeks flash memory supremacy
Looking into how Numonyx positions itself in the flash memory market and how it sees the competition with industry leader Samsung, Harrison said the company's strategy is to achieve profitability through the efficiency and cooperation between Intel and ST to lead in flash memory industry.
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.
2007-11-01 NOR market heats up despite tumultuous times
Unfazed by overcapacity and pricing pressures in the tumultuous market for NOR flash memory, Spansion Inc. has begun limited production in the industry's first 300mm NOR fab.
2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2012-03-02 Nokia, HTC to transform the mobile experience
Nokia and HTC's top honchos talk about how rapidly changing market dynamics are influencing the entire ecosystem, hardware design, software and app integration and the end-user integrated lifestyle.
2008-05-27 Nokia faces new wave of pressure
Things are becoming a little tougher for the Finnish giant Nokia as its new competitors, Apple and Google, are getting a fair share in the smart-phone market.
2008-03-11 No white flag: Micron tries another makeover
Trying to get up from a tide of red ink and market share losses, Micron reinvented itself yet again, taking dramatic steps to become more competitive in two of its sagging businesses: DRAMs and CMOS image sensors.
2011-09-26 New pricing gives non-iPad tablets a fighting chance
Lower prices of Asus Eee Pad Transformer and HP TouchPad may give tablet makers ideal price points to improve consumer perception.
2005-06-28 NEC outlines C3 EXPO 2005
NEC Solutions (America) Inc. and NEC Display Solutions of America Inc. have outlined its presence at the C3 Corporate & Channel Computing EXPO 2005 beginning today (June 28) until June 30, at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.
2003-01-02 Navigating rough seas to business success
The economic downturn in which we find ourselves today, took many in the industry by surprise in terms of speed with which it impacted the technology sector, and the way it is turning out to be longer than any of us ever imagined.
2003-05-12 Nanotechnology bill approved in the House
The U.S. House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved oversight legislation authorizing a national nanotechnology R&D program.
2007-02-08 Nanotech to propel China's economic growth
China's "growing investment in nanoscience" leverages its position to capture a big slice of the global market for nanotech manufactured goods!a segment projected to quickly hit $3 trillion.
2008-07-11 NAND flash pushes beyond 10MBps
NAND flash density has already reached 16Gbit per die and beyond with 2bit/cell multilevel-cell (MLC) technology but program performance has remained in the 10MBps range.
2010-04-29 Multicores still not fit for wireless base stations
Multicore processors should be well-suited for wireless base stations, but so far both the chips and their tools fall short of meeting engineer's needs.
2007-01-03 Multicore to face long road
This year may be remembered as the year the industry realized what designers of multicore software and interconnects already know: Many years of hard work lie ahead.
2010-04-20 Multicore SoCs invade embedded arena
Predicting trends is difficult in most connected industry experts, but one trend that's easy to spot is the widespread acceptance of multicore SoC, which is happening for a number of reasons.
2007-07-16 Multicore reshapes EDA landscape
The largest EDA vendors acknowledge that the advent of multicore processors is a cause for both celebration and concern. Multicore platforms will provide much-needed compute power as transistor counts soar at 65nm and below. But legacy applications could prove difficult or even impossible to parallelize.
2004-10-18 Multicore MPUs go mainstream
Intel's decision to take multicore processors into volume production raises a host of unanswered questions.
2006-05-01 Multicore design strives for balance
The advantages of multicore architectures will be lost unless new approaches are developed for programming and debugging multicore systems.
2007-10-12 Multibillion market awaits energy harvesting tech
In application areas as diverse as aircraft construction, personal health care monitoring systems or burglary detection systems, energy harvesting is on the verge of developing a market with a multibillion dollar potential.
2006-08-16 MRAM ushers in era of new memory tech
For the past 11 years, Saied Tehrani and the MRAM development team he directs at Freescale Semiconductor's Arizona facility have worked on a new type of IC memory!one using magnetic resistance instead of charge storage.
2004-09-28 MRAM becomes standard product at Freescale (Updated)
Freescale Semiconductor Inc., the semiconductor company formed from Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector, has cast its 4Mbit MRAM as a standard product and has been sampling the part to customers, according to the company.
2005-10-10 MP3 surpasses USB in NAND demand
Due to Apple Computer Inc.'s introduction of the iPod nano, MP3 players are expected to emerge as the world's second-largest application for NAND-type flash memory in 2005, according to iSuppli Corp
2006-08-11 Motorola gathering strength through acquisitions in IPTV STB market, says report
In a recent study from Multimedia Research Group Inc. that tracked the IPTV STB market growth and market share, Motorola showed gathering strength through acquisitions while Chinese company Yuxing emerges as a strong contender in this market.
2015-04-27 More Freescale-NXP merger details revealed
Dutch giant NXP!with more than 27,800 employees in over 20 countries!is scheduled to complete the acquisition of Freescale!17,000 employees!before the end of this year.
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
2008-10-16 Mobile data travels quickly over West Bridge
West Bridge ridge provides flexibility, this enabling fast design cycles and reliable, high-speed interfaces to connect multimedia handsets to the latest storage and peripheral devices.
2004-03-25 MIT technology fuels startup's synthesis tool
EDA startup Bluespec Inc. this week will announce an exclusive license from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for synthesis technology based on term rewriting systems (TRS).
2007-03-01 Minor role awaits WiMAX in next-gen cellular
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector and could help bring Internet access to a new-gen of consumer devices.
2012-03-26 Minimize concurrency errors in multicore design
Learn how to address the difficulties of finding and eliminating bugs.
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