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2003-08-29 Sharp, Logic release SDK for BlueStreak SoC
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas and Logic Product Development have released the Zoom SDK for Sharp's BlueStreak LH7A400 32-bit SoC.
2002-09-24 Sharp unveils 8-bit MCU for reduced clock cycles
Sharp Microelectronics' 8-bit, 8051-based microcontroller can execute an instruction in two clock cycles instead of 12
2004-12-14 Sharp TFT-LCD module tailored for industrial apps
Sharp introduced its high-resolution 6.4-inch Transmissive TFT-LCD module that meets the performance needs of design engineers in North America
2008-05-22 Sharp Strong 2 panels expand size, features
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has announced the availability of two rugged industrial TFT-LCD panels that meet the company's Strong 2 technology criteria.
2006-03-08 Sharp solution powers MonRoi portable chess manager
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas announces that MonRoi has selected Sharp's System Solution for the new MonRoi portable chess manager.
2003-03-11 Sharp ships ARM-powered general-purpose MCUs
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has expanded its BlueStreak MCU line with the introduction of four 16/32-bit general-purpose devices.
2003-01-27 Sharp Micro selects Logic Product to provide MCU solutions
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has signed Logic Product Development to provide product-ready hardware and software solutions to Sharp's BlueStreak MCU and SoC customers.
2003-07-23 Sharp Micro inks distribution pact with Jaco
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas, a subsidiary of Sharp Corp., has signed a distribution agreement with Jaco Electronics Inc.
2002-10-24 Sharp LCD technology reduces response time to <25ms
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas is introducing its proprietary ASV LCD technology that offers up to 1700 viewing angle.
2003-08-15 Sharp expands TFT-LCD line
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has expanded its full-color Advanced-TFT LCD line with the introduction of the 3.5-inch Transflective TFT-LCD display.
2006-04-07 Sharp expands collaboration with Fisher-Price
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas' System Solutions design win for the new Fisher-Price Pixter Multi-Media portable device affirms Sharp's position as a cost-effective design solution source for video-intensive products.
2004-01-08 Off-the-shelf MCU tweaked for ASIC-like duty
As the business models of standard-product IC companies evolve, a gray area is forming between the once clearly defined territories of MCUs and ASICs
2007-07-11 NXP buys Sharp ARM-based MCU product line
NXP Semiconductors has acquired the BlueStreak ARM-based MCU product line from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas.
2003-02-07 Nu Horizons to distribute Sharp Micro products in N. America
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has signed Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. as an authorized distributor for its entire line of microcontrollers, memory, optoelectronics, and LCD display products.
2004-07-28 ESC-Asia, EDA&T-Taiwan a show of island's resilience
Taiwan's design ascend in electronics food chain seems official on the floor of the 4th annual Embedded System Confer-Asia (ESC-Asia) and 12th Electronics Design Automation & Test-Taiwan (EDA&T-Taiwan) Conference & Exhibition (July 28-29, 2004), displaying yet another show of resilience of island's technology prudence in the emerging electronics landscape
2005-06-02 Digital display from Sharp touts superior color and image quality
Combining high performance and power efficiency in a standard-size module, Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has introduced a new 4.3-inch amorphous silicon TFT-LCD for next-generation mobile devices
2006-02-17 Actimagine codec increases Sharp MCU's video performance
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas announced its collaboration with software developer Actimagine to increase video performance for its ARM7- and ARM9-based portfolio of BlueStreak MCUs.
2004-11-11 Tiny display optimized for video on handheld devices
Sharp developed a new 2.2-inch QCIF+ Advanced-TFT LCD module that is capable of displaying full-motion video and images on a standard cellphone size display
2002-11-05 Thinner, brighter LEDs shine for PDAs
Two LED lines from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas tout advances in package sizes, luminosity, and color reproducibility.
2006-11-14 TFT-LCD targets outdoor, bright ambient apps
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has introduced a new Advanced Super View TFT-LCD for outdoor and bright ambient apps in transportation, industrial, retail, medical and other markets.
2005-04-01 Sensor beefs up measuring angle, distance ranges
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas claims to offer the industry's first 5-beam wide-angle sensors, featuring a wide-area triangulation sensing capability.
2006-06-13 Rugged displays suit portable devices
Sharp Microelectronics expanded its line of rugged industrial displays with four new products optimized for handheld and portable devices
2004-09-15 Ready-to-use reference designs squeeze into portable media players
Sharp Microelectronics announced two new reference designs to address the growing category of portable multimedia apps
2005-09-20 Photocouplers save board space
Saving board space and reducing component count, the new photocouplers from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas incorporate optimal noise immunity, higher heat resistance and improved isolation characteristics.
2005-03-28 MCUs decode up to 30fps
Operating at clock speeds of 250MHz and 266MHz respectively, the ARM9-based MCUs from Sharp Microelectronics provide the extra boost in performance that's now needed to support portable media players
2007-03-14 High-res LCD panel targets digital signage apps
The new 46-inch LCD panel module from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas delivers a contrast ration of 1800:1 targeting the digital signage market.
2005-10-27 3.5-inch TFT-LCD packs performance for next-gen mobile devices
Sharp Microelectronics rolled out a 3.5-inch QVGA TFT-LCD with an integrated touch screen for next-generation handheld apps
2013-02-18 Shifting from CCFT- to LED-backlit LCD modules
Learn about the various advantages of LED backlights over cold cathode fluorescent tubes for displays
2003-09-22 Microsoft, ARM team with eight more silicon vendors
Microsoft Corp. and ARM Ltd said they have added eight new companies to their list of silicon vendors developing ARM core solutions for Windows CE.NET
2007-04-27 Industrial-grade LCD features wide viewing cone
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas introduced a 4.3-inch industrial-grade LCD with a viewing cone of 120 x 100 in 480 x 272 pixels.
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