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2006-09-12 50nm NAND flash tightens market competition
In getting this new device to the market, IM Flash Technologies (IMFT) has leapfrogged leading flash vendors Toshiba and Samsung in process technology. And it has gained an advantage in the NAND flash sector that's invaluable in this cost-sensitive marketplace.
2015-12-28 5 stimulating stories you might have missed in 2015
Apart from the mergers and acquisitions that graced our banner headlines for almost once a week this year, there are other stories that are equally important. Here are five of them.
2002-08-16 4G wireless challenges raise stakes for DSPs
This article serves as an introspection to DSP devices as to how they would innovatively support the expanding wireless technology.
2007-09-28 4.1-inch LCD module enables quality pictures in portable apps
NEC LCD announced the NL8048HL11-01B 4.1-inch TFT LCD module, which incorporates LTPS technology and features WVGA resolution that produces high-quality pictures on portable devices
2011-01-07 3G basestations to fit on USB dongle, says Picochip
Picochip disclosed its roadmap for its picoXcell technology which will enable an entire 3G cellular basestation to fit into a dongle form factor.
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs.
2012-12-11 3D printers to make mark in medical apps
UNC-Chapel Hill Professor Roger Narayan weighs in on the future uses of 3D printing in the medical field as well as its current limitations.
2016-01-11 3D NAND scales memory back to Moore's Law
Prior to going 3D, Micron could only shrink each new generation in its x-y dimensions, but they hit the wall at 20nm, only able to shrink in one direction, either x or y, at the 16nm node.
2012-09-05 3D medical tissues monitored with electronic sensors
A research team set out to design a 3-D scaffold that could monitor electrical activity using Electronic sensors made of silicon nanowires.
2002-10-28 34V dc/dc chip suits automotive systems
Linear Tech's LT1934 step-down dc/dc regulator-IC family features ultralow standby power suited for automotive and industrial-control systems.
2010-12-11 2D/3D chip banks on 3D in smart phones, tablets
Dialog’s DA8223, which has a hardwired, dedicated architecture that puts no extra load on the host application processor and requires no external memory, can be plugged into existing portable devices.
2015-05-20 20nm transistor uses sweat to monitor health
Researchers at the EPFL laboratory developed a sensor for real-time scanning of liquids such as perspiration to provide accurate real time monitoring of a person's level of hydration, stress or fatigue.
2007-05-03 2010 will be the year for micro fuel cells, says expert
Micro fuel cells for portable devices are not expected to become a mainstream product until 2010 despite the plethora of announcements and investments these days.
2009-10-14 2.4GHz wireless SoCs pack OTP memory
Nordic Semiconductor has released the nRF24LE1 OTP and nRF24LU1+ OTP the target price-sensitive consumer segments of the ultralow power wireless market that do not require flash memory.
2013-08-02 1T-OTP memory IP targets advanced process chip design
Sidense SHF 1T-OTP uses include code storage, field-programmable ROM replacement, secure encryption key storage, configuration, fuse replacement, trimming and calibration.
2003-07-29 1st Silicon adopts SST embedded Flash technology
1st Silicon Sdn. Bhd., a semiconductor foundry in Malaysia, has licensed Silicon Storage Technology Inc.'s 0.25?m SuperFlash technology.
2008-09-01 16bit MCU: ready for 32bit action
The C166 architecture has earned itself a reputation as one of the most successful 16bit MCU families in a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications. From the start, the C166 architecture was designed for high real-time performance, with fast execution of instructions, rapid response times, and intelligent peripheral functionality.
2014-08-18 15nm process design kit spurs innovation
The FreePDK released by North Carolina State University includes a more complete set of tools that anyone can download to design state-of-the-art chips and tools.
2013-08-21 133Mhz grade 1Gb 3.3V SPI NAND flash unveiled
The SPI NAND flash developed by ATO Solution has a 1bit error correction code (ECC) engine built in the same die and promises to offer significant space savings.
2016-04-11 10nm DDR4 DRAM may extend Moore's Law
Samsung has recently revealed that its latest DRAM supports a data transfer rate of 3,200Mbit/s, which is more than 30 per cent faster than the 2,400Mbit/s rate of 20nm DDR4 DRAM.
2015-01-26 10 vital signs of the semicon industry
According to Bill McClean, president of IC Insights, the semiconductor industry can expect a bright year ahead with a growth forecast of 7 per cent, but things will become tougher in 2018.
2008-05-23 1.2MHz battery chargers minimize solution cost, size
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX17005/MAX17006/MAX17015 high-frequency, multichemistry battery-charger ICs.
2009-02-03 1.25A step-down regulators fit battery apps
Linear Technology Corp. has released the LTC3565 high efficiency synchronous step-down regulator which can deliver up to 1.25A of continuous output current from a 3mm x 3mm DFN package.
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.
2005-08-19 'Dirty silicon' to enable cheaper solar cells
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley have developed a new technique based on "dirty silicon" that could reduce the cost of solar cells.
2006-11-16 'DFM too complex,' experts say
Speakers told the Bacus Photomask Technology Symposium that DFM technology is too complex and suggested the use of standardized layout elements, library cells or an "integrated" DFM methodology.
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