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2007-05-02 Samsung makes 'densest' NAND flash at 51nm
Samsung Electronics has begun mass producing what it claims is the densest NAND flash in the world, using 51nm process technology, the finest process to be used in memory mass production to date.
2007-04-04 RTI integrates IPv6 support in middleware
Real-Time Innovations Inc. has incorporated IPv6 support into its RTI Data Distribution Service middleware.
2009-02-06 Rhines: EDA innovation will continue
Mentor Graphics chairman and CEO Walden Rhines stuck a positive note presenting data that he said debunked many commonly held pessimisms about EDA and the broader semiconductor industry.
2007-05-23 Renesas drafts next-gen MCU architecture
Renesas announced plans to develop a next-gen MCU core that is faster and more code-, cost- and power efficient.
2007-09-13 Ref design rolls for multichannel video-over-IP, IPTV
Xilinx and MBITL teamed up to develop a reference design for video-over-IP and IPTV aimed at video-based solutions including broadcast, video conferencing, surveillance, wired and wireless IPTV.
2007-03-16 Reduce memory subsystem power consumption in handsets
Less attention has been given to memory components despite the fact that the power demands of memoryat least 20 percent of total power budgetare equal to the demands of the application processor. Reducing the power used by memory can significantly extend handsets battery life.
2006-05-11 Qualcomm samples UMTS solutions ahead of schedule
Qualcomm will be sampling three of its UMTS solutions ahead of schedule in order to enable the quicker delivery of affordable and compelling 3G handsets to the UMTS market.
2011-05-05 Quad-core processor offers IPv6 capability
NetLogic unveils the XLP316 processor that features a quad-core, 16-issue, 16-threaded, superscalar processor architecture at up to 2.0GHz.
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.
2009-03-10 Probe system meets new network protocols
Tektronix Communications has released new product enhancements to its GeoProbe monitoring system and Unified Assurance for Converged Networks suite of products that provide fixed, mobile and converged network operators with the necessary capability required to monitor key protocols in IP signaling and transport networks.
2009-03-19 Power management for optimal design
This article describes a holistic approach for managing and optimizing the power in a design. Effective power management involves proper understanding the application of a chip, technology selection, design techniques and methodology.
2004-05-03 Portability fueling 32bit expansion
Demand for features and performance in portable electronic devices is the driving force causing designers to consider a switch from 8bit/16bit to 32bit MCUs.
2006-04-10 Platform combines SDH with OTN networking
ECI Telecom announced the release of its MSPP, which is said to enable cellular operators to scale up their networks to meet increasing subscriber demand.
2011-01-26 PL forecast: communications, 28nm to drive growth
The latest generations of FPGAs have proved to be a cost-effective replacement for ASICs, DSPs and ASSPs. Communications will be a formidable growth area while 28nm will spell revenue opportunities this year.
2011-03-28 Picocell 4G products improve wireless services delivery
Powerwave rolls 4G devices that improve the delivery of wireless services including an LTE picocell for indoor applications, an active array antenna and a remote radio Head with 65MHz of instantaneous bandwidth.
2003-05-12 Philips launches 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S MCU line
Philips Semiconductors has launched the first three members of a new family of microcontrollers based on a 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S processor core.
2004-12-15 Philips GPIOs extend battery life
Philips introduced a new series of I?C-bus controlled push-pull GPIOs that offer reduced power consumption to extend the battery life of mobile devices.
2003-05-28 Philips bets big on TD-SCDMA
Philips executives reiterated that the company has no plans to re-enter the CDMA chipset market.
2007-11-01 PGI compiler suite for HPC gets upgrade
The Portland Group, a subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, has announced the availability of Release 7.1 of its suite of Fortran, C and C++ compilers and development tools.
2010-10-21 PCM gears up for prime time
Blending the attributes of NOR- and NAND-type flash memory, EEPROM memory, and DRAM, phase-change memory is presented as the best candidate to continue the scaling of NVM.
2012-04-27 Panel discusses SDN's fate as the future of networking
A panel at NetEvents' APAC Press Analyst Summit held Hong Kong talked about the advantages of open flow to answer the issues encountered by networks as they cope with the growing traffic in data centers.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2008-02-18 Overcome critical SoC architectural challenges
A collaborative effort among IC designers using CoWare's ESL tools and Sonics' SMX smart-interconnect IP designed for this class of SoCs enabled the rapid optimization and verification of the design aspects necessary to meet the critical architectural challenges.
2003-07-29 Outsourcing services put chip designers on edge
The acceleration of overseas outsourcing of information technology services in recent years has some circuit designers worried about the security of their once-sheltered position.
2008-01-25 OS is key to next-gen POS terminals
As POS terminals evolve to meet newer business requirements in terms of plug-and-play capability and back-end systems integration, the OS is going to play a critical role in next generation POS terminals.
2012-07-17 Optimizing FPGAs for low power apps
Know the low-power design techniques for the families of 7 series FPGAs.
2008-08-19 On-demand service caters to design engineers
Aligni has claimed the industry's first on-demand, Web-based parts, components, and inventory management service created specifically for design engineers.
2007-12-17 NXP to boost India R&D operations
Christos Lagomichos, NXP's home electronics division unit general manager, has drawn up a road map for the work that will be done in India.
2014-01-22 NXP releases LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers
The LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers from NXP Semiconductors builds on the company's LPC11Uxx portfolio with a range of enhanced features, including a more energy-efficient ARM Cortex-M0+ processor, more flash and SRAM, more serial communications, a new 2-Msps ADC, and more versatile timers.
2007-11-06 NXP chips enhance German ePassport security
NXP Semiconductors announced it will supply its latest smart chip technology to Germany, the first country in the world to introduce second-generation ePassports with enhanced security.
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