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2008-08-06 TOSA/ROSA solution supports HDMI 1.3
Omron Electronic Components Europe has announced a bi-directional optical subassembly (OSA) pairs targeting the HDMI 1.3 high-definition (HD) video transmissions at speeds of up to 3.5Gbit/s.
2007-05-15 Taiwan notebook OEMs cool to Intel's Santa Rosa
Sources at some Taiwan notebook OEMs commented they were being exposed to the threat of eroding profits amid order competition, a Digitimes report said.
2007-04-24 Omron unveils TOSA/ROSA for HD video market
Omron has introduced the P1TX4C-SX51 transmitter optical subassembly (TOSA) and the P1RX4C-SX51 receiver optical subassembly (ROSA) to serve the high-definition video market.
2007-05-11 Intel's Santa Rosa chip drives mobile connectivity
Intel claimed its Centrino Pro processor, codenamed Santa Rosa, is "up to five times faster and up to twice the range of the previous-generation wireless technology."
2008-02-22 Gennum debuts integrated ROSA line for 10GbE
Gennum will debut a range of short- and long-wave ROSAs for 10GbE and Sonet applications spanning data center to ultra-longhaul distances.
2005-07-21 Fiber comm benefit from ROSA
Hamamatsu introduced the G9735-14 receiver optical sub-assembly (ROSA) that combines a Gallium Arsenide PIN photodiode and preamp to create an integrated solution in a 1.25mm diameter sleeve.
2006-10-17 Core controller enhances GPUs for Intel Santa Rosa
Intersil has introduced a single-phase core controller said to reduce power consumption and enhance the performance of GPUs or graphics cores for Intel Santa Rosa computing products.
2006-03-10 Buck regulator powers GPUs in Intel Santa Rosa platforms
Intersil introduced the ISL6263 single-phase buck voltage regulator that powers GPUs or graphics cores used on Intel's Santa Rosa platforms.
2008-10-10 Agilent's Santa Rosa campus is home to 1MW solar system
Agilent Technologies Inc. and SunPower Corp. have dedicated a 1MW solar tracking system at Agilent's Santa Rosa, California campus.
2007-06-04 Triumvirate heralds use of flash in PCs, works on standard
The use of flash in notebooks and desktops has received a boost with Dell, Intel and Microsoft collaborating on a standard for NAND flash module controllers.
2003-03-27 Optical subassembly modules come in JEDEC TO cans
Mitsubishi Electric has introduced uncooled 10GbE TOSA and ROSA modules in an industry-standard, coaxial JEDEC TO can package.
2005-03-11 Optical receivers take the heat
NEC Compound Semiconductor and NEC Electronics introduced the NR3312 and NR4210 series of receiver optical sub-assembly modules used in Gbps optical transceivers.
2007-05-07 Intel gears for next-gen notebook market with Silverthorne
Even as it prepares to launch its "Santa Rosa" Centrino mobile platform this week, Intel is making progress on plans to capture an early lead in the next-generation notebook market, its CEO said.
2007-03-22 10Gbps optical receivers suit XMD-MSA apps
Oki Electric Industry announced two models of ROSA-type optical receiver modules targeting XMD-MSA applications.
2006-12-18 Visionary sees rich opportunities in multicore
Intel Corp.'s chief technology officer, Justin Rattner talked about Intel's embrace of the multicore solution and its impact on the current computing platform.
2009-09-09 TriQuint buys cable TV provider
TriAccess Technologies brings CATV and FTTP products, accelerating TriQuint's entry into these markets.
2010-09-07 Transimpedance amplifiers boast improved sensitivity, dynamic range
Tiny signals no match for Mindspeed's new 1.25BG/s, 2.5GB/s TIAs
2009-04-14 Transimpedance amp meets GPON Class B+ requirements
Phyworks has launched a high-sensitivity transimpedance amplifier that enables lower cost PIN photodiodes in the receive path of customer premises GPON applications to replace costly avalanche photodiodes.
2005-01-27 Transceiver targets 4x Fiber Channel apps
ADI announced the availability of a SFP optical transceiver chipset and reference design that supports both gigabit Ethernet and Fiber Channel data rates up to 4.25Gbps in SAN equipment.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2005-05-16 Superconductors set course for wireless
Technological maturity and potentially lucrative applications suggest that low-temperature superconducting is turning a corner.
2007-03-01 Prioritize effective execution, customers
Pat Gelsinger, senior VP and general manager of the digital enterprise group at Intel discussed Intel's relationship and involvement with Microsoft, Xen and system builders in this interview.
2008-08-22 Photodiode receivers offer ultrahigh speed data response
Hamamatsu Photonics has released G10342 series, 10Gbit/s InGaAs PIN photodiode receivers mounted in industry standard receiver optical sub-assembly packages.
2006-01-19 New optical SC connector spec emerges
Several optical device makers have banded to develop new common specifications for optical devices including the SC connector, based on the 10Gbps Miniature Device Multi-Source Agreement.
2004-01-28 NEC optical modules suit MAN, high-speed LAN
NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices Ltd and NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH have announced the sample shipment of two optical modules for the 10Gbps optical transceivers for metropolitan access networks (MAN) and 10Gbps high-speed LANs.
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2016-04-11 Machine learning methods is the future of chip routing
The recently concluded design contest of the International Symposium of Physical Design in the U.S. saw the introduction of machine learning of a power distribution network by NTU.
2004-09-06 Latest multisource deal covers long-haul optics
The latest multisource agreement in the 10Gb optical component market announced in Tokyo, Japan on September 1 covers long-reach optical devices using externally-modulated lasers and avalanche photodiodes.
2004-08-06 JDS Uniphase acquires light engine maker
JDS Uniphase has acquired light engine maker Advanced Digital Optics Inc. for $12 million in cash to expand its capabilities in designing and manufacturing microdisplay light engines for the high-definition TV market.
2004-06-17 Japan optical chipmakers release common specs
Eudyna Devices Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Oki Electric Ind Co. Ltd, Opnext Inc. and Sumitomo Electric Ind. Ltd have released the common specs for optical devices based on a 10Gbps miniature device multisource agreement.
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