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2005-10-05 Makimoto joins PDF Solutions, leaves Sony
Tsugio Makimoto, one of the most distinguished semiconductor executives, has taken up the position of chairman of PDF Solutions Japan KK, the Japanese subsidiary of yield improvement software supplier PDF Solutions Inc. (San Jose, Calif
2005-08-10 Magma to donate EDA tools to Chinese university
Magma Design Automation Inc. has said it plans to donate copies of its Blast series EDA software and provide technical support to Beijing University as part of the creation of an integrated circuit design laboratory
2003-12-31 Magma launches training initiative for India
Magma Design Automation Inc. is launching a four-month diploma program in India that is designed to add several hundred engineers to the country's IC design pool.
2005-08-25 Magma kicks off MUSIC users conference series
The ongoing 2005 Magma Users Summit on Integrated Circuits (MUSIC) in Banglore, India discusses common problems and solutions related to design and manufacturing of ICs.
2003-03-04 Lucent inks GSM outsourcing deal with Hughes
Lucent Technologies has signed a multi-year deal with Hughes Software Systems Ltd to outsource software development and maintenance of Lucent's GSM-related operations
2009-09-10 LSI, Aricent push next-generation networks
LSI Corp. and Aricent have expanded their strategic collaboration to accelerate the deployment of wireless and wireline networking infrastructure and enterprise networking systems.
2006-10-04 LSI Logic to boost design center investment in India
LSI Logic disclosed that it will invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next decade in design centers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata.
2004-06-07 LSI Logic showcases SAS expander
During the Computex 2004 tradeshow in Taipei, LSI Logic demonstrated a fully-functional Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) expander silicon.
2005-09-28 Low-cost emulation board raises speed
Offering a board-level verification product that promises enough speed for simultaneous hardware and embedded software debugging, Emulation and Verification Engineering will announce its ZeBu-UF series, along with the first member of the new family.
2007-05-16 Look back, then peek into the future of test
Chandran Nair, managing director of NI Southeast Asia, talks about how the company has moved from the test and measurement domain to the embedded turf.
2014-06-26 Laser line sensors boost inspection productivity
The LineScan sensors from ZEISS Industrial Metrology promise to enable reverse engineering of complex products on CONTURA, ACCURA II and PRISMO CMMs
2007-04-30 LabVIEW SignalExpress simplifies data logging, instrument control
National Instruments released the LabVIEW SignalExpress, an interactive measurement software which simplifies data logging, instrument control and academic instruction
2011-08-03 LabVIEW 2011 increases development efficiency
NI has unveiled the LabVIEW 2011, the company's 25th-anniversary version of its system design software
2009-10-28 Klein: Wind River is better than usual
Wind River president Ken Klein says the company is better than usual after the closing of its deal with to be a wholly owned subsidiary of processor giant Intel Corp.
2002-07-11 KLA-Tencor enhances metrology system
KLA-Tencor Corp. has introduced the Archer Analyzer software for its Archer 10 optical overlay metrology system
2002-06-06 KAIST ties up with Microsoft for .NET academy center
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology's Industrial Engineering Faculty and Microsoft Corp. have agreed on establishing a .NET academy center to train IT experts through web-based .NET technology
2005-07-01 Iwedia tests Asian waters
Iwedia Technologies, a provider of software solutions for audio-visual digital devices, has opened an office in China to promote itself to potential Asian customers in the hopes of solidifying its commitment to global expansion
2002-06-29 IT show sees Asia leading in wireless Internet growth
The new communication paradigm emerging with convergence of Internet power with wireless freedom was the dominant theme at CommunicAsia2002.
2007-11-12 Israel tech revenues to hit $32B in 2010
Israel's electronics and software industries are set to reach an annual revenue of $32 billion in 2010, according to Elisha Yanay, chairman of the Israeli Association of Electronics and Software Industries
2005-04-01 Is EDA's world too provincial?
If EDA wants to come out of its current stagnation, it may be time to broaden the focus.
2004-05-06 iPolicy moves into security management
iPolicy has introduced its first global security management software system
2003-09-17 Interface deal links Artisan with Denali
Artisan Components Inc. and Denali Software Inc. have teamed to deliver near-turnkey IP for advanced double-data-rate DRAM interfaces on system-level chips
2011-04-21 Intel should ride the Android wave
Intel needs a new smartphone strategy. Rather than try to create a new processor and a new software environment, Intel should follow the lead of its Wind River division and ride the Android wave
2009-09-28 Intel sets sight on SoC arena
Analysts were quick to scoff Intel as a newbie to the SoC business but CEO Paul Otellini could have the last laugh considering the talent and money he is pumping to expand beyond the PC.
2006-10-13 Intel promotes parallel programming awareness in India
India has yet to understand the need for programming in parallel to take advantage of multicore processing systems that are increasingly in shipment today, according to Intel.
2007-08-23 Inside Kawasaki's Moto-GP racing bike
At 146.51kg and 200-plus horsepower, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR MotoGP race motorcycle is the Formula One of the two-wheel racing world.
2002-08-28 Initial benchmarks measure net processor performance
The first benchmarks measuring the performance of network processors are emerging as the Network Processing Forum and The Linley Group complete the first steps of their parallel efforts.
2005-09-06 India plans for fab, nanotech in 2005-06
India's ministry of information technology has charted out its plan for 2005-2006, which, for the first time in several years, includes the allocation of 'seed money' to create a special purpose vehicle (a holding company) to establish a fabrication facility through government-private partnership.
2007-10-29 India hinges hope on embedded design
What India lacks in manufacturing, however, it makes up for in embedded software developmenta foundation that could prove increasingly important in the future
2009-05-20 India designers pursue Japan market
Despite a declining Asian electronics market, design services companies in India continue to target Japan.
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