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2006-07-21 Protocol tester supports new mobile technologies
Tektronix's new protocol tester allows the testing of new technologies such as HSDPA and HSUPA at data rates of up to four times 14.4Mbps.
2005-10-13 Protocol analyzer helps deploy triple-play UMTS services
Tektronix is rolling out a new generation Universal Mobile Telecommunications System UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network) protocol analyzer.
2010-01-28 Processors ease transition to data centric 3G+/4G
Mindspeed's Transcede processors help provide the critical, structural underpinnings for the rapidly evolving mobile Internet, capable of delivering 10x growth in user devices.
2003-02-07 Placement tools criticized for hampering IC designs
Current IC placement algorithms leave so much excess wire that chip designs are essentially several technology generations behind where they could be, according to a recent paper by researchers at UCLA.
2012-05-28 PCM progress report no. 7: A look at Samsung's 8-Gb array
Here's a discussion on the features of Samsung's 8-Gb array.
2011-04-11 PCM progress report no. 2: Review of PCM-related activities in early 2011
In this report, the author explores the PCM-related activities over the first quarter of 2011.
2011-02-03 PCM progress report no. 1: Temperatures rise and constituents on the move
Here's a look at the overall picture of phase change memory progress.
2009-11-03 PCM advance paves way for higher density memories
Researchers have demonstrated a vertically integrated memory cell they call phase-change memory and switch.
2008-05-01 Partition and package to miniaturize handsets
Designers are turning to system-in-package, 3D IC stacking and wafer-level packaging to enable the acute miniaturization found in handsets, particularly for RF functions.
2006-08-01 OTP firmware enhances processor flexibility
Flash memory is costly for many consumer applications. Accessing firmware stored on external flash is power-intensive compared with storing the firmware on-chip. A better solution is to embed one-time programmable non-volatile memory on the processing chip.
2014-01-23 Optimise CMOS for MEMS-based frequency control
CMEMS fabrication process can be used to fabricate both micro-electromechanical and CMOS electronic devices on a single die.
2007-12-07 One-box RF tester anticipates future tech developments
Featuring a frequency range up to 6GHz and an IF bandwidth of 40MHz/70MHz (analyzer/generator), the R&S CMW500 non-signalling tester has been designed to anticipate future technological developments.
2003-04-16 Octasic VoP chip can scale from 128 to 672 channels
Startup Octasic Inc. has announced an echo-cancellation chip that can scale from 128 to 672 channels.
2012-12-11 NVMe paves the way for SSDs in the enterprise
Scalable host controller interface for PCIe SSDs provides an optimised register interface, end-to-end data protection and performance across multiple cores.
2002-04-30 NurLogic rolls out quad serdes IP cores
NurLogic Design Inc. has announced the availability of its SapphireLink serdes IP cores, which provide high-bandwidth connections between router backplane links, while supporting an 8B/10B encoding/decoding scheme with clock recovery for embedded clock applications.
2015-06-09 Non-volatile RAM seen as replacement for DRAM, flash
Startup Nantero has raised $31.5 million that will be used to speed up development of its NRAM, sometimes known as Nano-RAM, for use in both enterprise and consumer applications.
2016-04-13 NI enhances asset monitoring with new IIoT platform
NI unveiled a software solution for online condition monitoring that acquires and analyses sensory information, allows maintenance specialists to visualise data, and simplify the deployment of large of monitoring systems.
2007-03-16 New flash contender emerges
Startup Grandis will work to develop embedded and standalone devices based on STT-RAM's method for data writes in a bold attempt to commercialize the technology.
2014-05-12 NASA preps laser demo, expects to break 622Mbit/s record
The latest undertaking focuses on correcting for the effects of atmospheric turbulence and spacecraft vibration, a feat that could deliver 100x higher data rates than typical communication satellites.
2008-01-24 Mentor launches third-gen TestBench Xpress
Mentor says its newly released third-generation TestBench Xpress is "the industry's only commercially proven RTL-accurate virtual emulation capability that eliminates the traditional barriers of adopting hardware in-circuit emulation for system-level integration."
2003-10-29 Mentor launches 'scalable' verification platform
Armed with new technologies supporting design-for-verification, Mentor Graphics Corp. has rolled out its Scalable Verification platform.
2008-11-11 MEMS accelerometers pack smart embedded features
STMicroelectronics has developed a new family of high-performance three-axis linear accelerometers with digital output.
2014-03-12 MAX-Fujitsu demo up to 800Gb/s optical networking speed
The trial showed that MAX can provide a 400Gb/s-capable networking infrastructure to the R&E community, as well as deliver even higher speeds on the existing installed base of equipment.
2003-05-27 LTX to acquire semiconductor development company
LTX Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire StepTech Inc., a company specializing in ATE instrumentation of wireless apps.
2004-04-16 LSI Logic samples expanded SAS product program
The Storage Standard Products division of LSI Logic has announced an expanded Serial Attached SCSI product sampling program.
2004-06-25 Kentron tries again with quad-band DRAM
Kentron said a second-generation memory product is on the way with architectural refinements that make the modules more self sustaining.
2006-08-21 IP core speeds design of Interlaken-based networks
Three major electronics firms have teamed up to develop the first FPGA-based Interlaken IP core aimed at accelerating the design of network systems applying the Interlaken protocol.
2002-08-09 Intel servers to power Covisint automotive solutions
Covisint has selected Intel-based servers to run its procurement and quality planning solutions.
2007-08-17 Intel publishes papers on future programmable multicores
Intel is releasing eight technical papers describing key findings from the company's work on future programmable multicore architectures.
2007-02-16 Integrate RF signal chains with CMOS
Different technology challenges face handset designers and their suppliers in the race to integrate the RF signal chain.
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