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2012-06-11 SoCs bring 5G WiFi to homes, small biz
Broadcom's line of 5G WiFi 802.11ac SoC solutions SoCs combine a high performance processor, GbE switch, GbE PHYs, USB 3.0 and traffic accelerators on a single chip.
2011-01-20 SoC design solution optimized for HKMG tech
Synopsys Inc. announced that it is delivering a low-power, high-performance SoC design solution optimized for the Common Platform alliance (CPA) 28nm high-k metal gate (HKMG) technology.
2006-09-18 SMC rolls out three new ADSL2+ modem routers
SMC Networks has launched three new ADSL2+ Barricade modem routers that promise leading-edge performance and QoS features.
2008-05-05 SMB networks go green with 65nm GbE switches
Broadcom's 65nm single-chip GbE switch solutions were designed to support low-power modes and comply with industry standards, while using packaging materials free of lead and other harmful toxins, enabling 'green' switch products for the SMB market.
2013-04-12 Smart remote control allows two-way communications
The NXP smart remote control features the JN5161 wireless MCU using ZigBee RF4CE and a capacitive touchscreen that can control and display information about multiple home appliances.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2008-12-16 Single-stream .11n chips enter Wi-Fi markets
Atheros Communications and other chipmakers drive .11n into mainstream markets with chips using a streamlined version of the spec.
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.
2014-05-19 Silicon photonics oil the works for high-speed switching
Optical components are integrated with multi-chip modules using packaging advancements with micro bumps and module substrates. The next target is to scale the technology in a cost-efficient approach.
2014-12-17 Silicon Labs: Translation of apps layer arriving in 2015
Knowing intimately what "things" are supposed to do and how they think and behave will be the key to solving one of the IoT's most pressing issues: application layers.
2013-08-19 Silicon Labs unveils fully SyncE-compliant clock
The Si5328 is touted by the company as the industry's lowest jitter, lowest power and most frequency-flexible timing solution for high-speed networking equipment based on the SyncE standard.
2011-02-16 Silicon die integrates Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Atheros's XSPAN AR9462 combo solution integrates 2-stream, dual-band 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies onto a single die.
2003-05-14 Silicon Canvas adds interactive IC layout
Silicon Canvas has introduced a feature that gives users more control over its full-custom editor tool.
2007-04-17 SFP transceivers target long-reach SONET
Avago Technologies has announced the addition of a line of single-mode SFP transceivers for long-reach SONET OC-48 to its METRAK family of SONET products.
2004-04-19 Service routers get chassis, QoS spin
Alcatel aims to reduce the size and expand the functionality of carrier networks with additions to its service edge routing product family.
2001-05-16 Sequence Design offers tool for timing closure
Sequence Design has combined different technologies in a "design closure" product that can optimize timing and signal integrity concurrently before and after routing.
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.
2006-10-02 Self-healing chips prevent system failure
Semiconductor Research Corp. and the National Science Foundation are funding a groundbreaking research effort into "self-healing" chips that can detect and repair defects in the field.
2013-09-20 Select the appropriate Zigbee system partitioning
The choice of system partitioning has a considerable impact on the network performance, power consumption and cost of a ZigBee solution.
2004-10-18 Seeking security at the network edge
By moving the management of security services to the network edge, many technical and business challenges can be solved.
2005-06-01 Scale Routing for Next-Gen IPv6 Networks
A pipelined organization of embedded memories promises greater scalability in the performance and density of Forwarding Information Bases (FIBs
2005-06-09 Samsung, Air Broadband team up in WLAN Switch development
Samsung Electronics Corp. and Air Broadband Communications Inc. have cooperated regarding WLAN switch development for Samsung's OfficeServ Series IP PBX product line
2008-07-02 Samsung invests in contactless IC firm
Advanced contactless microprocessor platforms provider Inside Contactless has added Samsung Ventures America to its active investor community, which now includes the world's top three handset manufacturers.
2014-08-20 Samsung intensifies move to connect the home
The SmartThings acquisition estimated to be around $200 million enables Samsung to link two of its previously separate core businesses, consumer electronics and domestic appliances.
2005-04-21 RTOS protects memory in dynamically loaded programs
Enea Embedded Technology has released v5.1 of its OSE real-time operating system for the ARM, Xscale, PPC and MIPS architectures.
2002-06-05 RTL-to-GDSII flow shows signs of maturity
The RTL-to-GDSII design flow will take center stage at next week's Design Automation Conference in New Orleans, as several vendors show new technologies intended to solidify an all-in-one flow.
2007-05-30 Routing suite receives 45nm design update
Gearing up to deal with 45nm IC physical design challenges such as interconnect resistance, Sierra Design Automation Inc. this week is announcing three significant enhancements to its Olympus-SoC placement and routing suite.
2004-06-18 Routing rides to application layer
Sarvega is fulfilling an earlier promise to bring routing to application-layer uses of the Extensible Markup Language.
2006-10-16 Riverbed upgrades WAN acceleration solution
Riverbed Technology is making the first major expansion of WAN acceleration hardware and software since its IPO earlier this year.
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