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2003-07-30 Collaboration eyes software binding standard development
Sun Micro and Silicon Graphics announced at the Siggraph conference in San Diego they will work together to develop standard software bindings linking Java to the OpenGL graphics apps interface.
2005-09-06 Chartered tackles SoC designs at 2005 tech forums
Chartered Semiconductor Mfg announced details of its annual technology forum series entitled "Ready for the Smart Choice," on September 7 in Hsinchu, Taiwan, and September 22 in San Jose, California.
2005-03-07 CE-ATA spec for portable devices finalized
A final CE-ATA specification emerged from the Intel Developer's Forum in San Francisco Thursday (March 3), paving for the way for a standard disk drive interface for next-generation handhelds and portable consumer electronics devices.
2005-08-24 Broadcom bares 3G RAID architecture at IDF
Broadcom Corp. is demonstrating what it claims to be the first SAS/SATA RAID-on-Chip (RoC) device with integrated PCI Express (PCIe) host bus architecture support at the ongoing Intel Development Forum 2005 (IDF) in San Francisco.
2004-04-22 Broadcom achieves Bluetooth edge through acquisition
Communication chipmaker Broadcom will add software capabilities to its Bluetooth product line with the announcement Monday (April 18, 2004) that it has acquired San Diego-based Widcomm.
2002-12-05 Bel Fuse opens new development facility
Bel Fuse Inc. has opened a new engineering development center in the Rancho Bernardo community of San Diego, California.
2005-11-17 AMD bumps up quad core road map
Advanced Micro Devices plans to move to quad-core processors by 2007 and will for the first time release a reference platform for notebook computers, company executives said at its annual analyst conference in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday.
2010-09-14 AMD begins North America demos of "Zacate" APU
AMD unveils the first North America public demonstrations of its AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) this week in San Francisco. The APU, codenamed "Zacate," is a new dual-core, 18-watt TDP processor which possess discrete-level graphics capabilities on die and is designed to significantly enhance the user's PC experience.
2002-05-16 Agility establishes development facility in Silicon Valley
Agility Communications Inc., a provider of tunable lasers, has expanded into the Silicon Valley area with a new product development facility in San Jose, California.
2002-03-05 'Prescott,' 'Banias' processors to debut in 2003
The company has announced a 2003 release for its next-generation desktop processor code-named "Prescott." This was announced, along with several other upcoming products, in the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
2007-09-21 Zilog breaks into 32bit market with Zatara SoC
Zilog is now focusing on newly developed 32bit ARM-secured transaction products for POS applications, particularly the Zatara 32bit SoC designed for high-end applications requiring encryption.
2013-02-01 Young engineers want role models
The next generation of engineers wants more role models, a society more tolerant of female professionals and all the messy imperfections of people who like to pull things apart.
2003-06-20 Xyratex adopts Vitesse, Vixel technology for storage arrays
Xyratex Storage Systems has selected technologies from Vitesse Semiconductor and Vixel to enable point-to-point switched connectivity between the controller and individual disk drives in storage arrays.
2005-09-09 Xilinx, IP supplier partner on single-FPGA H.264 video encoder
Claiming an industry first, programmable logic supplier Xilinx Inc. and intellectual property (IP) core supplier 4i2i Communications Wednesday (Sept. 7) launched a high-definition H.264 video encoder in a single field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
2002-07-08 Xilinx struggles to fulfill orders
Xilinx Inc. said it is struggling to fulfill orders for some of its newer FPGA products following reports that programmable-logic players may be in for a rocky second half of the year.
2003-05-15 Xilinx ships 10Gbps CMOS transceiver family
Xilinx Inc.'s RocketPHY family of PHY transceivers is claimed as the first programmable logic system that delivers CMOS solutions at 10Gbps.
2006-06-30 Xilinx recalls Spartan-3 FPGAs
Xilinx announced a recall of Spartan-3, Spartan-3E and Spartan-3L FPGAs made between September 205 and late April 2006.
2004-07-15 Xilinx invests in China
Programmable logic vendor Xilinx Inc. will disclose details this week of an investment it has made in He Jian Technology Co., a foundry in Suzhou, China, saying it may one day need the foundry to lower the cost of its chip production.
2005-11-16 Xilinx investing $40 million in Singapore operations
Programmable logic supplier Xilinx Inc. said that it plans to invest $40 million to expand the company's Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore.
2007-12-17 Xilinx intensifies commitment to Asia
Willem Roelandts, Xilinx chairman, CEO and president, talks about their commitment to Asia and the future of FPGA industry.
2004-02-24 Xilinx delivers Advanced Switching core
Xilinx said it is ready to start selling an IP core that will run the Advanced Switching standard on its high-end FPGAs.
2011-02-02 Xilinx acquires EDA vendor AutoESL
Xilinx has acquired high-level synthesis vendor AutoESL in hopes of serving more companies whose system architects and hardware designers work at a higher level of abstraction in C, C++ and System C.
2005-08-15 With FSA Spice checklist in place, is oversight needed?
The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA)'s standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist has been finalized and published. All of the major foundries have pledged to deliver the completed checklist with all Spice models by the end of the year.
2005-05-26 Wireless USB spec opened to adopters
Wireless USB took a big leap towards standardization - and its seven major proponents hope towards market adoption - with the release of a version 1 specification
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2014-03-21 Wintel breaks into IoT this time
The Wintel duopoly first raided the PC market, and has ruled since. And now that a strong market has opened up, the opportunity is too good to pass up.
2006-12-05 Winbond invests in Korean fabless memory firm
Winbond Electronics announced that it invested $15.7 million in Emerging Memory & Logic Solution Inc. via its overseas subsidiary and received one seat on EMLSI's Board of Directors.
2002-01-31 WIN receives certification for GaAs HBT
Taiwan foundry WIN Semiconductors Corp. has received certification from a major Japanese IDM house for its 25m HBT (heterojunction bipolar transistor) used in a Bluetooth PA.
2010-02-24 WiMAX set to cover 1B people by 2011
WiMAX service providers now offer networks covering more than 620 million people (or POPS) in 147 countries and are on pace to surpass one billion by the end of 2011.
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