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2011-06-16 AMD merges x86, graphics cores in new A series
AMD's A series is a family of three 32nm chips that use two to four of the Stars x86 cores and pack an updated graphics core with three to five SIMD units supporting Microsoft DirectX 11 APIs.
2015-06-18 AMD debuts 2.5D high bandwidth memory stack
The Radeon R9 300 series, a high-end graphics card that uses DRAM chip stacks to give more memory bandwidth, is based on AMD's Fiji GPUs and HBM chip stacks from SK Hynix.
2014-05-07 AMD architect scales challenges with 14nm/16nm process
Jim Keller, who once helped AMD get a leg up on Intel, is back with AMD to design x86 and ARM cores in the 14nm/16nm process.
2008-05-22 Altera rolls Quartus II Software Version 8.0
Altera has announced its Quartus II software version 8.0, supporting the company's 40nm Stratix IV FPGAs and HardCopy ASICs.
2014-07-25 Allwinner gets on the 64bit MPU bandwagon
The chipmaker's first 64bit tablet processor is designed with the ARMv8-A implementation to facilitate the delivery of energy-efficient performance and 64bit capability.
2013-05-13 Advantages of surface-mount SSDs
A surface-mount solid state drive in a ball grid array package offers an alternative data storage architecture that has improved performance, power savings and cost.
2006-11-16 Advanced control designs are drowning in data
Challenges in performance, size, cost and flexibility make the control designer's task more difficult
2007-06-08 Addressing the hidden embedded software crisis in the industry
The growing complexity of embedded software development requires a more reliable and scalable approachone that adopts early developer testing practices and implements automated software verification to prevent and detect more defects sooner.
2008-08-26 Actel steps up to battle PLD giants
Seeking to elbow its way into the spotlight and re-energize its bottom line, Actel Corp. recently acquired Pigeon Point Systems Inc.a move that propels the FPGA house into the TCA components sector.
2008-04-01 Achieving analog success through predictability
Linear Technology Corp. CEO Lothar Maier describes the analog chipmaker as "predictable" and even "boring." But Linear is far from dull. In this interview, Maier disclosed that the company considered a private -equity buyout, refocused its product efforts and moved to cut its capital spending.
2009-01-12 A whole new world for debugging
Debugging of today's systems differs from debugging older designs from, say, 20 or more years ago, whether in prototype, production, or field situations.
2013-02-27 A primer on FRAM (Part 1)
Know the history and basic operating principles of ferroelectric RAM.
2005-03-16 A link forged in copper
Two design teams that helped define high-bit-rate DSL standards a decade ago are facing off in yet another realm where copper carries data.
2015-07-10 A breath of fresh air: Naked ambition for a female CEO
The resignation by Renee James, Intel's president, has made headlines, but the real story lies behind her reason for doing so, which is rather unconventional.
2014-03-17 64bit mobile processors to take over mobile space in 2018
ABI Research predicted that by 2018, shipments of 64bit processors targeting smartphones and tablets will exceed 1.12 billion units, representing 55 per cent of the total market.
2014-12-10 5G viability depends on R&D
Millimetre-wave frequencies could be helpful in developing the fifth generation wireless technology. Based on a research, a tool allows 5G mm-wave cells to be as large as several hundred metres.
2004-12-27 3G falls victim to time warp in China
It may have taken a long time but 2005 may be the year 3G licenses in China are to be issued.
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs.
2013-10-07 3D NAND market share to grow 5.2 per cent in 2014
IHS stated that the share of the overall NAND market accounted for by 3D technology is seen to jump to 5.2 per cent in 2014, and then surge to 30.2 per cent of total flash memory shipments in 2015.
2013-12-05 3D NAND industry-wide adoption still shaky
Development and production of 3D NAND is ramping up, but 2014 will clearly be a shakeout year.
2016-05-09 3 factors that will shake supply chain tech in 2016
Developments such as the rising volume of data within an organisation as well as the increasing trend of digitalisation are alarmingly affecting how supply chains operate nowadays.
2010-03-05 2010 Southeast Asia telecom market forecast
Fierce competition, driven by post-crisis moment and the need to catch up with rapid technology developments will be motivational factors that will shape the year of the SEA telecommunications market.
2009-01-06 2009 IC fearless forecasts
2009 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already a looming uncertainty based on recent industry data.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2007-11-28 'Super-satellite' for broadband access gets go signal
Satellite operator Inmarsat Global and the European Space Agency have given the go-ahead for an approximately $386 million project to build another satellite for broadband access.
2009-07-10 'First' sub-1m 25V MOSFET unveiled
NXP Semiconductors has unveiled what it claims is the world's first n-channel sub 1m 25V MOSFET, PSMN1R2-25YL. According to the company press release, the new MOSFET features the lowest ever RDSon in a Power-SO8 package (Loss Free package: LFPAK).
2015-02-17 $5M awaits robotics challenge winners
The first Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge, organised by Khalifa University, will require competitors to develop aerial/ground vehicles capable of executing tasks in complex environments.
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