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2015-02-11 China wins royalty cuts from Qualcomm
China's NDRC called the investigation "antitrust case." But more accurately, it successfully haggled with Qualcomm to get the royalty rate cuts for Chinese handset vendors
2007-02-28 Analysts cut SanDisk forecast with Samsung's royalty threat
Analysts have lowered their estimates of SanDisk's revenue for 2007 and 2008 due to concerns that Samsung might dictate a change to the royalties it pays on SD flash memory cards.
2007-08-23 More vendors dip in ultralow-cost handset market
ABI Research predicts that more than a dozen handset vendors will ship sub-$50 models by 2008 and almost one out of every four handsets shipping globally by 2011 will be an ultralow-cost handset.
2015-01-30 China's antitrust issues threaten US semicon industry
The need to build Chinese walls in the semiconductor industry is taking on a completely new significance as China's antitrust regulators start to flex their muscles.
2004-04-16 Xignal tips 'virtual IC' business model
The virtual IC approach will give OEMs and suppliers full design support by shifting expenses from front-end fees to back-loaded royalties.
2007-07-03 Qualcomm says 'no deal' to Broadcom settlement offer
Qualcomm has declined Broadcom's settlement offer of a $6 royalty fee for each mobile phone containing Qualcomm chips that are said to infringe on Broadcom patents.
2007-03-01 Using OTP memory for IC antipiracy
Using nonvolatile OTP memory to implement antipiracy solutions on ICs is an effective, simple and low-cost approach that uses a random number generator to create a unique identification number from a large pool.
2007-09-25 Samsung jumps into DTV broadcast patent pool
Samsung Electronics has signed an agreement to share digital-TV broadcasting patents with other TV manufacturers, according to a Reuters report.
2002-07-15 Matsushita licenses Nokia platform for multimedia handsets
In an effort to bring interoperable handsets and applications to the 2.5G and 3G mobile phone markets, Nokia has licensed its Series 60 cell phone platform to Matsushita Communication Industrial.
2012-06-21 IP cores cut opex, capex in networks
The expanded line of FEC IP cores from Xilinx include GFEC, EFEC and high gain FEC solutions extend the distance of a transmission while decreasing the number of regenerators along the route.
2007-07-16 Fight IC piracy with OTP memory
Anti-piracy solutions have become increasingly critical in the IC industry. Effective, simple and low cost, the one-time-programmable (OTP) memory approach uses a random number generator to create a unique identification number from a large pool.
2004-07-30 Engineer who grew up with Korea's IC industry
Fairchild Semiconductor's Kim Kyoung Soo digs up memories in Bucheon, where Korea's electronics industry took off.
2006-09-25 Chinese DTV makers form alliance to reduce patent payments
A major DTV alliance is being formed in the country with the goal of developing intellectual property that will help reduce patent payments to United States, Japanese and European companies.
2003-11-20 China unveils its own video format
In a move calculated to separate itself from new consumer electronics standards emerging elsewhere, China announced a new digital video format called Enhanced Versatile Disc (EVD).
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2007-12-17 Windows Embedded CE 6.0 BSP rolls for Atmel's AT91CAP9 kits
Atmel and Adeneo have announced the availability of a Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0 BSP for Atmel's AT91CAP9A-STK Starter Kit and AT91CAP9A-DK Development Kit.
2010-05-12 WiGig joins hands with SiBeam, Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance has struck a deal with the Wi-Fi Alliance to have its specification for 60GHz networking considered as the next generation of Wi-Fi.
2002-04-16 Virtual IP Group offers MP3 decoder for Tensilica processor
Virtual IP Group Inc. has announced the release of the CS6002 MP3 decoder fully-compliant with the MPEG 1/2 Layer 3 decoding standard and tuned for the Xtensa IV processor core from Tensilica Inc.
2010-07-01 USB hub cuts chip-to-chip link power consumption
SMSC offers the USB4640, a combination two-port USB 2.0 hub and flash media reader controller that links to a host processor via a patented low-power version of USB 2.0 called HSIC.
2011-09-02 Upbeat energy storage market in China lures ZBB Energy
ZBB Energy has formed a joint venture with three partners in response to market opportunities in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
2006-12-08 True Circuits rolls out silicon proven 65nm analog IP
True Circuits Inc. has announced "silicon proven" phase-locked loop and delay-locked loop hard macros using TSMC's 65nm process.
2005-10-03 Tools figure into designers' platform picks
With latest-generation DSPs well accounted for, chip vendors are turning their attention to beefing up software development tools.
2003-10-07 Tiring of royalties, China seeks compression spec for video
China is pushing to define a homegrown A/V compression technology that would rival MPEG-4 and H.264.
2015-05-07 The clash of IoT IP policies: Intel vs Qualcomm
How do the IP policies of Qualcomm-led AllSeen Alliance compare to Intel-led Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), and how does the legality surrounding "free software" and "open source" affect you?
2009-02-13 Still dreaming of a plug-and-play IP
Users continue to bemoan the dearth of standards and effective quality metrics that they say would help greatly in confidently selecting IP.
2007-09-13 Software enhances Web video experience
Startup Ipera Technology claims it has software that can significantly improve the quality of Web video across a range of devices from cellphones to servers and DTVs.
2006-03-16 Security ICs add muscle for faster, deeper inspection
Bottlenecks in today's security appliances are pushing chipmakers to offer more integrated silicon and systems that promise to speed throughput to gigabit rates.
2006-07-01 Rival display interfaces face off in digital home
Separate groups of engineers are finishing work on two incompatible display interfacesDisplayPort and the Unified Display Interfacevying to become the standard for a secure digital link in consumer systems and computers.
2003-06-23 PDF Solutions acquisitions add yield management tools
Seeking to expand its services model into tools, yield improvement company PDF Solutions announced two strategic purchases.
2014-07-17 Nest Labs unveils protocol for home IoT
Thread, low-power mesh networking protocol, is one of a growing number of efforts to unify or supply some missing piece for the highly fragmented Internet of Things sector.
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