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2007-06-05 Synplicity acquires Swedish ASIC prototyping firm
Synplicity is acquiring Hardi Electronics, the Swedish FPGA-based ASIC prototyping specialist, for $24.2 million in cash.
2007-11-15 Synopsys: India leads in wireless IC design focus
A study by Synopsys showed that Europe may no longer be the hotbed of wireless IC design as about 38 percent of Indian designers are working on wireless and mobile application designs compared with just about 22 percent in Europe.
2004-02-19 Synopsys, ARM to write SystemVerilog manual
Seeking to write the book on how to use SystemVerilog for verification, Synopsys Inc. and ARM Ltd. are working together on a SystemVerilog Verification Methodology Manual and hope to have it ready by June.
2008-09-25 Synopsys ventures on analog/mixed-signal tools
Synopsys has officially embarked on the realm of analog/mixed-signal design tools with the launching of Galaxy Custom Designer.
2004-09-22 Synopsys sues Magma for patent infringement
Setting the stage for what could be a prolonged battle between two major EDA vendors, Synopsys filed a patent infringement lawsuit Friday (Sept. 17) against Magma Design Automation.
2011-04-01 Synopsys rides on cloud to offer 'surge' verification
Noting cloud computing's expanding role in the EDA industry, Synopsis said it will help designers use a "surge" in computing resources to run several verification simulations in shorter periods of time.
2004-06-23 Symbol Technologies acquires mobile security developer
Trio Security Inc., developer of a three-factor, secure sign-in product for mobile devices, has been acquired by Symbol Technologies Inc.
2003-03-07 Switch maker OMM turning off the lights
OMM Inc. said it will close its doors and lay off all employees after failing to find new investors.
2014-08-14 Sweat to power electronic devices
Biobatteries offer certain advantages over conventional batteries: They recharge more quickly, use renewable energy sources, and are safer because they do not explode or leak toxic chemicals.
2016-04-11 SuVolta: The demise of the promising start-up
SuVolta said it was going after opportunities in mobile processors, DRAM and IoT but was probably not helped by the fact that the Japanese semiconductor industry was experiencing its own turmoil.
2005-08-04 Supply chain contrarian
For the record, Bob Swanson, chairman and founder of analog chip maker Linear Technology Corp., doesn't want to give the impression that he's calling his customers idiots.
2012-10-17 SunPower outlines massive reorganization for Philippine fab
Solar panel maker SunPower Corp. plans to restructure and temporarily idle 6 of its 12 manufacturing lines in the Philippines as it strives to compete during industry transition and oversupply environment.
2005-03-01 Students aim to make 'greener' car
Young engineers are doing car makeovers for a healthier and a greener environment.
2009-06-16 Storage system delivers high availability, reliability
Fujitsu has introduced the two entry-level RAID storage systems designed to meet the growing demand from mid-sized enterprises with new features such as reduced power consumption, simplified management and improved redundancy.
2005-11-01 Storage keeps midmarket's appetite
Spending on storage in the midmarket is a 'sustainable' trend and not just a flash in the pan.
2006-06-07 Stock option scandal hurts tech industry in more ways than one
Aside from falling share prices and shareholder suits, the stock option scandal has potentially more damaging effects the tech industry could sustain: of the public trust, investor confidence and employee loyalty.
2004-10-22 STMicro, Xilinx to launch embedded FPGAs in 2005, says analyst
STMicroelectronics and partners IBM Microelectronics and Xilinx Inc. are expected to launch programmable logic cores for the ASIC and system-on-chip markets within the next six months.
2004-12-23 STMicro to define interface standard for portable, disk drives
STMicroelectronics has joined the CE-ATA initiative, a consortium of companies formed in September to define a standard interface for small form-factor disk drives that meets the needs of handheld and consumer electronic products.
2003-12-26 Statistical static timing analysis ensures IC performance
Static timing analysis is one of the pilings upon which the whole edifice of modern IC design has been erected.
2009-02-18 Startup targets 'an Internet of things'
ZeroG Wireless officially throws its hat into the ring of competitors trying to bring wireless to embedded systems. The company claims its new chip and module could bring 802.11b connectivity to new lows in cost, size and power consumption.
2003-03-17 Startup pushes shared-memory switch scheme
TeraChip Inc. introduces its first product, a switch-fabric IC that employs shared-memory architecture and provides a combined 160Gbps switching capacity.
2004-10-04 Startup demos narrowband, UWB transmissions on same chip
Pulse-Link demonstrated the ability to simultaneously support UWB and narrowband wireless transmissions on the same chip.
2001-07-16 Startup breaks Japanese recruitment pattern
This article tells the short story of the Japanese engineer who founded Analog and RF Tec Inc. as he airs his little frustrations regarding the industry and how he succeeded where others did not.
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
2004-05-31 StarCore DSP core gets mobile media upgrade
StarCore LLC has equipped the latest version of its digital signal processor architecture with 25 new instructions.
2008-08-21 ST showcases first PHY IP for 6Gbit/s SATA HDDs
STMicroelectronics has demonstrated the world's first MIPHY PHY interface for the new 6Gbit/s SATA technology.
2003-11-03 ST partners with Mobidiag for molecular diagnostics
In an effort to drive its silicon-based lab-on-a-chip to the commercial diagnostic market, STMicro has completed a joint development agreement with Helsinki-based Mobidiag.
2012-09-19 Spreadtrum moves into WCDMA market
China fabless firm Spreadtrum is seeking to venture into the non-TD-SCDMA market into integrated baseband/apps processor smartphone platforms to compete with major players such as MediaTek and Qualcomm.
2014-07-10 Sponge-like Si bests graphite as Li-ion electrode
Apart from having over 10 times the storage capacity of graphite, the porous silicon can give the batteries' electrodes the space they need to expand without breaking.
2006-06-15 Spirit enters IEEE standards process
The Spirit standard for IP integration and reuse has entered the IEEE standards process with the formation of the IEEE P1685 working group.
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