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2010-07-02 WLAN VoIP router offers 3G USB modem support
Broadcom Corp. is rolling out the Intensi-fi XLR WLAN VoIP router SoC platform solutions with enhanced features that include 3G support
2011-06-02 WiFi, Bluetooth combo chip reduces power consumption
Broadcom announced its first 40nm Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo chip for notebook and netbook that reduces chip size, module cost and power consumption
2003-08-27 Westell modems to feature TI ADSL router-on-a-chip
Westell Technologies Inc. has selected Texas Instruments' DSL router-on-a-chip to support the recently announced expansion of its family of WireSpeed modems.
2003-09-25 VoIP chip targets home gateways
Texas Instruments is looking to make voice-over-Internet Protocol capabilities a reality in lower-end residential and SoHo gateway and router designs
2003-06-04 TI ADSL router chipset provides enhanced home networking
Texas Instruments has introduced the AR7 chipset, which it claims is the first fully integrated ADSL access router-on-a-chip device.
2003-06-17 STMicro chip combines bridge, LAN functionality
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of ST50160, an ADSL gateway processor and reference design that combines bridge and LAN router functionality
2006-01-02 Startup promises DFM-aware IC router
Startup Pyxis Technology Inc. has announced plans to field a design-for-manufacturability-aware IC router
2002-07-11 Startup preps router for leading-edge designs
EDA startup ViASIC Inc. hopes of giving vendors like Cadence Design Systems and Synopsys a run for their money in the standard-cell routing-tool market.
2009-08-19 Single-chip WLAN ICs achieve 150Mbit/s
Infineon's new Xway Wave100 ICs provide a cost-effective solution for 802.11n network access points.
2008-09-16 Single-chip multiprocessing steps up
SoC design options for software-friendly multiprocessing have been limited. Now, SoC design components, such as the MIPS32 1004K coherent processing system, mean on-chip symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) under a single OS is a real option
2007-12-07 Single-chip GbE router cuts chip count, BOM
Vitesse Semiconductor's G-RocX VSC7501 GbE router SoC enables Ethernet router makers to reduce chip count and associated BOM cost in high-speed broadband and wireless routers while gaining performance in a smaller, lower-power device.
2011-07-01 Sequans, IGI Mobile develop smallest 4G router
Sequans and IGI Mobile claim to have developed the world's smallest WiFi/WiMAX pocket router that easily adds 4G connectivity to smartphones and tablets
2015-07-21 Semicon West highlights 10 chip trends
During the recent Semicon West, executives from a number of chip companies discussed the ongoing developments on semiconductors technology
2014-03-07 SDN shift drags router, switch sales
Software-defined networking, which aims to ease the work of building and running large networks, has many large buyers retooling for the technology, bringing down router and switch sales
2002-12-23 Router startup Celox shuts down
Celox Networks Inc., the router startup, closed its doors as it prepared to liquidate assets. The company was one of the most broad-based customers of IBM Microelectronics, working with IBM on PowerPC cards, switching fabrics, SRAMs, and queuing ASICs
2006-12-18 Router delivers IPTV for carriers, large enterprises
Juniper Networks Inc.'s MX class routers, with MX960 as the first in the family, is designed specifically for carriers using Ethernet aggregation for high-bandwidth traffic such as IPTV.
2001-06-01 Plato unwraps router for huge systems-on-chip
This technology news article describe the Plato Design System's SoC routing device to eliminate capacity bottlenecks.
2012-12-20 Opinion: Apple-Nvidia chip stack venture makes sense
EE Times' Rick Merritt speculates on rumours surrounding Apple's supposed partnership with Nvidia to for chip stacks that will power its flagship products
2005-09-22 No scapegoats found for failed chip designs
Asked who shoulders the blame when nanometer IC designs don't work, panelists at the Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) here Tuesday evening (Sept. 20) agreed that designers, foundries, and EDA vendors all share the responsibility for ensuring success at advanced process geometries.
2008-04-24 Microfluidic lab-on-chip technology steps forward
Algorithms developed by a range of research groups aim to automate microfluidic lab-on-chip technologies that perform chemical identification and medical tests by shuffling nanoliters of samples and reagents around micron-sized channels
2007-10-03 Low-loss material, chip combine for better cables
Data center systems will benefit from cables which use a new low-loss dielectric material and a signal conditioning chip to reduce power requirement and interconnect latency
2003-06-25 Intersil chip integrated into Corega router
Intersil has announced that Corega K.K., a provider of networking solutions, has selected Intersil's Prism GT WLAN chip for its latest WLBAR-54GT wireless router.
2007-02-19 Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1Tflop at 3.2GHz
Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1 trillion flops when running at a 3.2GHz clock speed and consumes 62W, to yield a record 16Gflops/W
2010-11-25 Fujitsu technology powers WiMAX-Wi-Fi router
Fujitsu baseband chip and RF module at heart of portable WiMAX-WiFi router
2003-05-06 Fujitsu Siemens router integrates Intersil chip
Fujitsu Siemens Computers has selected Intersil Corp.'s PRISM GT WLAN chipset to provide connectivity for its latest 802.11g CONNECT2AIR wireless router and PC card
2005-11-14 Freescale design VP: OpenAccess simplifies chip makers' lives
The promise of OpenAccess is that it will provide EDA users with the best of both worlds, allowing chip makers to employ a hybrid flow of 'best of breed' tools from multiple vendors without huge integration challenges, according to Chekib Akrout, vice president of design technology at Freescale Semiconductor Inc
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps.
2003-08-01 Data flow must be 'seen' in router debug
Debugging a prototype of a router based on a network processor requires visibility into the details of the data flow through the various sub-systems
2010-03-11 Core router boasts up to 322Tbit/s throughput
Cisco Systems has launched the CRS-3 core router, which handles 100Gbit/s streams and sports an aggregate throughput of up to 322Tbit/s
2006-11-10 Controller chip enables secure, fast POS transactions
Connect One's iChipSec CO2128 IP communication controller chip speeds the design of new IP-enabled POS terminals and enables efficient and secure high-speed transaction processing
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