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2004-06-07 Startup's dual-radio IC opens door to roaming
Quorum Systems believes its QC2530 could upend today's coverage model of high-cost basestations for every square mile.
2008-02-27 Startup unrolls low-power 10G optical module
Lightwire is sampling out an optical transceiver based on a novel CMOS design, claiming lower power and size than competing alternatives.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s
2009-02-18 Startup targets 'an Internet of things
ZeroG Wireless officially throws its hat into the ring of competitors trying to bring wireless to embedded systems. The company claims its new chip and module could bring 802.11b connectivity to new lows in cost, size and power consumption.
2005-10-03 Startup tames EMI using spectral-diffusion scheme
X-EMI Inc. uses a method of spectral diffusion that modifies system clocks to reduce EMI from various sources.
2004-06-01 Startup takes a novel design-for-yield approach
Anchor Semiconductor says it offers the market's first silicon design-rule-checking tool.
2004-04-14 Startup takes a novel design-for-yield approach
Anchor Semiconductor has begun shipments of NanoScope, a tool that provides full-chip, post-resolution-enhancement technology verification.
2008-12-17 Startup shows off integrated protocol processor
Siverge Networks debuts this week a single chip that handles a wide range of protocols for an equally broad target market of wired, optical and wireless telecom systems.
2001-04-01 Startup set to roll Bluetooth module-on-a-chip
A CMOS device said to pack nearly all the components needed to build a Bluetooth module has been launched by a year-old Silicon Valley startup.
2004-06-18 Startup rounds out BPON offerings with CO chip
BroadLight is rounding out its BPON product line with the release a controller chip for central office equipment.
2009-06-22 Startup rolls HDMI 1.4 connectors
RedMere has announced the availability of silicon to support new active cable designs for version 1.4 of the HDMI specification.
2007-10-31 Startup rolls automated device driver generator
Vayavya Labs is launching an automated device driver generator framework that the company claims will bring discipline through its formal language-based approach
2014-07-28 Startup rolls 60GHz WiFi sol'n geared for mobile displays
The NT4600 28nm chip supports 802.11ad with an initial focus on mobile devices, and claims to top Wilocity's forthcoming Sparrow chip by 50-100mW when displaying 4K video.
2002-08-07 Startup puts Bluetooth transceiver into Game Boy
A small startup in the U.S. has tucked a Bluetooth RF transceiver and protocol-translation FPGA into a cartridge format compatible with the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Advance platforms
2003-03-17 Startup pushes shared-memory switch scheme
TeraChip Inc. introduces its first product, a switch-fabric IC that employs shared-memory architecture and provides a combined 160Gbps switching capacity.
2006-01-02 Startup promises DFM-aware IC router
Startup Pyxis Technology Inc. has announced plans to field a design-for-manufacturability-aware IC router
2001-06-16 Startup preps 5Gbps backplane transceiver
In a bid to build a better bit pipe on the backplane, Accelerant Networks is preparing to roll out a proprietary CMOS transceiver that harnesses multilevel signaling technology.
2006-04-17 Startup plans HD media processors
On industry newcomer Vivace's drawing board are media processors that can play high-definition video while consuming less than half a watt of power.
2010-11-04 Startup emerges with debug tool
An EDA company called Veridae Systems Inc. has spun out of research done at the University of British Columbia promising to deliver breakthrough technology for post-silicon debug and validation.
2012-05-22 Startup develops WiFi node for IoT
Electic Imp's innovation combines standardization on WiFi and on a physical format based on the SD memory card socket. But it also offers a system partition that helps reduce costs for product developers.
2007-03-05 Startup debuts wireless USB, Bluetooth chip
Startup Artimi has unveiled a WiMedia-compliant dual-mode wireless USB and Bluetooth chip that provides up to 480Mbps wireless communications to peripherals
2008-04-07 Startup debuts enterprise solid-state storage
Startup Fusion-io has introduced its ioDrive, a flash memory-based storage device that can be installed at multiple points in existing data centers or workstations without any changes to applications, infrastructure or management software.
2009-04-29 Startup Cswitch battles IC downturn
After making a big splash in 2006, configurable chip startup Cswitch Corp. is going through rough waters amid the IC downturn
2015-07-23 Startup creates ultra-lightweight solar charger
Designed to be as thin and aesthetically pleasing as possible, the charger, called Solar Paper, is claimed by startup Yolk to be "the world's thinnest and lightest solar charger
2007-07-27 Startup challenges Intel in 10GbE
ServerEngines, founded by the people behind former chipset company ServerWorks, is rolling out a 10GbE device that will vie for sockets with a part introduced recently by x86 giant Intel Corp
2010-03-04 Startup brings new OS in embedded arena
Job and Esther Technologies founder and CEO, Markku Kero says their Igelle OS can be adapted to different devices with different features, and be able to provide the functionality in an optimal manner.
2007-07-19 Startup brews 'perfect storm' for R&D
Intermolecular has unveiled a new platform of "fab in a lab" technologies, which it claims will facilitate R&D of IC materials, processes and device structures
2010-03-03 Startup breaks out with 3D PLDs
Tabula comes out of "stealth mode" with the introduction of a programmable logic architecture that uses time as a third dimension to deliver capability and affordability unmatched by traditional FPGAs and CPLDs.
2004-09-02 Startup Berkna builds all-CMOS GSM transceiver
Berkna believes its new all-CMOS single-chip transceiver will address the power, performance, space, cost and multimode flexibility requirements of GSM handsets.
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
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