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2008-09-01 Network HD video over powerlines
The viability of Ethernet-over-powerline technology is proven. Powerline is by far the most convenient and cost effective medium in home networking for providing high bandwidth to any device in any room. All that remains to be seen then is which competing technology that offers at least 150Mbit/s bandwidth will win the race to market dominance.
2004-09-09 Module makers take sides in bitter UWB battle
The race to market ultrawideband-enabled devices will accelerate this week when Freescale Semiconductor Inc. announces three companies that will develop Mini-PCI modules incorporating Freescale's UWB technology for use in TVs, media servers and storage devices.
2006-03-16 Mobile TV may outpace 3D offerings in handsets
In the race to pack advanced media features into handsets, 3D graphics for gaming is lagging, while mobile TV is gaining, according to ATI Technologies.
2009-10-09 MIPS wants a slice of handset market
MIPS Technologies plans to take on processor core rival ARM in the race to gain design wins in future Android-based handsets.
2002-09-19 MEMS-based systems to help blind individuals
A recent arrival in the race to give sight to the blind is a system that will use MEMS-based electrodes to perform the functions normally carried out by cells in the eye.
2008-02-14 Internet ready to invade mobiles
The Mobile World Congress kicked of the race for chip vendors, software suppliers and handset manufacturers to bring the full-blown Internet to the consumer's pocket.
2009-12-29 Intel, Micron moves to reclaim NAND process lead
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. are looking to regain the lead in the NAND process technology race.
2006-11-16 Intel, AMD clash anew on interconnects
A battle royal is shaping up as archrivals Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. race to define interconnects for their next-generation multicore processors.
2005-10-17 Intel looks to multicore future
With microprocessor architectures reaching their physical limits, the race has now shifted to parallel processing and multicore architectures.
2004-03-12 Intel exec considers what comes after flash
Flash memory, in its EPROM tunnel oxide (ETOX) and NAND variants, still has more than five years as the key mainstream nonvolatile memory, but the race is on to find the memory technology that can scale to sub-45nm manufacturing processes, according to Stefan Lai, VP of the technology and manufacturing group at Intel Corp.
2007-02-16 Integrate RF signal chains with CMOS
Different technology challenges face handset designers and their suppliers in the race to integrate the RF signal chain.
2005-08-08 Innovation and inertia
'Automotive electronics' would have been an oxymoron just a few decades ago. Now even low-cost cars are loaded with processors, more than most race cars.
2008-05-14 IBM set to break petaflops barrier
IBM and the Los Alamos National Laboratory are in a race with time to break the petaflops barrier in computing, targeting to break in the Top 500 list of the world's most powerful computers.
2008-04-16 IBM alliance makes progress in 32nm high-k metal gates
IBM and its partners in the race to develop and ship high-k dielectrics and metal gates for the 32nm node have officially revealed their process and are claiming they can now outperform the rest of the industry in performance and power consumption.
2005-08-04 Hynix regains No. 2 ranking as DRAM supplier, says iSuppli
The fiercely contested horse race in the DRAM market resembled a trot during the second quarter as Hynix Semiconductor Inc. edged Micron Technology Inc. for second place behind Samsung as all three saw sales decline, according to iSuppli Corp.
2008-12-16 How high can WiMAX power go?
A WiMAX network must have an optimized power profilefrom the base station to the mobile device. High transmit power is important for long race, but how high can WiMAX go?
2008-01-11 Four-way battle looms in Wi-Fi arena
Right now, the main contenders in the Wi-Fi chips race are Broadcom, Marvell, Texas Instruments and Atheros Communications.
2007-06-28 Embedded eyes multicore to save power
Like their microprocessor-making cousins in the X86-based PC world, suppliers of high-end embedded processors appear to be raising the white flag in the breakneck megahertz race.
2004-05-14 DMT gets the nod as next-gen VDSL spec
Discrete multitone technology has scored a major standards victory over an alternate line code scheme in the race to become the very high-speed DSL link.
2007-01-22 Dell remains on top in PC shipments
Hewlett-Packard's fourth-quarter jump in PC shipments wasn't quite enough to topple Dell from its top spot for annual worldwide sales, but the race is getting closer.
2010-04-21 Converged network fuses Ethernet, Infiniband
Taking a step forward in the race towards converged networks, a trade group announced a capability for layering Infiniband's low latency features on top of Ethernet.
2009-02-11 Chip integrates flurry of RF features
The race to get ever tighter integrated RF functionalities on to a single chip has hotted up again with Broadcom Corp. extending its combo chip line-up with a device integrating its GPS location-based IP, Bluetooth and FM radio.
2009-09-10 Capacitive touchscreen tech battle heats up
The race for more robust and accurate touchscreen technologieswith lower power and faster response timeis ratcheting up fueled by the rising demand by smart phone vendors.
2009-06-30 Can proprietary wireless HD survive?
In a race to run multiple HD video streams, a dizzying array of competing wireless technologies have only fragmented the potential wireless home network market.
2014-04-29 Asian telecom market takes cues from Wi-broadband
Asia embodies a moving market participated by leaders as well as laggards, with a battle defined by a race to provide the best wireless broadband service. Here are the latest developments in the region, in brief.
2005-09-29 Analysis: Indian Bluetooth takes a big bite
Indian technology companies view Bluetooth technology with mixed feelings, with some having dropped out of the development race while others continue to bet on its future.
2006-09-28 AMD, Intel face off on quad core
Industry rivals AMD and Intel will face off over quad-core processors this week as each side tries to position itself as leading the race for multicore x86 processors.
2007-07-02 AMD, Intel elevate rivalry to laptop arena
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and Intel Corp. are pulling neck-and-neck in the race to define the core high-end silicon for notebook computers.
2009-07-30 Yield issues may hurt graphics IC market
Yield issues in the graphics chip market are causing a possible shortfall in shipments at the high-end, according to an analyst.
2014-10-03 Working 14nm chip on display
Analysts initially said getting the 16nm and 14nm processes ready will be met with some challenges, since this process node is the first to use 3D transistors, but Samsung already has on display a 14nm FinFET device decoding video streams.
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