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2002-02-13 Color image sensor does away with filters
Startup Foveon has designed an image sensor for digital cameras that does away with the color filters normally needed by CMOS and CCD sensors.
2010-11-15 Chip industry faces turning point
Emerging trends could transform the semiconductor sector from a vibrant, innovative engine of the technology economy to a slow-moving purveyor of “me too? products.
2015-05-04 Chip incubator opens start-ups for low-cost power, 2.5D stacks
Silicon Catalyst established three start-ups to provide tools, space and funding for developers of cost-effective integrated analogue power components and 2.5D stacks, and Bluetooth Low Energy ID tag.
2015-06-01 CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave
The latest CES Asia saw a plethora of products from a number of startups, as well as from long-standing companies, evidently showing a close proximity between product design and manufacturing.
2009-01-06 Cash dries up for venture-backed startups
Established companies are tightening their purse strings when it comes to acquiring venture-based startups and the door to public offerings is essentially closed, according to a market watcher.
2008-11-24 Analysis: Merger sparks hope for UWB market
The announced merger of UWB startups Staccato Communications and Artimi Inc. offers a way forward for others in what one executive recently called a venture capital winter.
2009-08-26 Analysis: Chip startups feel the crunch
It's not the end of the line for semiconductor startups, but opportunities are changing and narrowing. And raising new funds to invest in high tech companies of any kind is getting increasingly difficult.
2012-01-20 AMD opens innovation center
The new technology center at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is designed to promote entrepreneurship, commercialization and startup creation for heterogeneous computing.
2005-01-03 All systems go for EDA in China
The market sector in China is a mixture of multinationals and locally-based companies and startups, and all have great potential for EDA business.
2012-07-11 Zplasma in talks with ASML to develop EUV
EUV startup Zplasma has been in talks with several companies in hopes making a collaboration to develop a prototype source module.
2003-05-29 Zagros closes switch fabric operation
Zagros Networks Inc., a semiconductor startup, closed operations in mid-May.
2005-05-24 Xoomsys simulation speedup technology moves closer to beta sites
Xoomsys, an EDA startup with a technology said to speed simulation using industry standard simulators, is about a month away from moving its technology to beta testing and expects to begin shipping its first product later this year, according to Anjaneya Thakar, the company's president and CEO.
2011-04-06 Xilinx acquires optical transport IP developer
Xilinx has acquired Irish telecom startup Omiino, which produces framers and packet mappers for packet optical networks in the 10G, 20G, 40G and Ethernet segments.
2003-01-29 Xanoptix stacks chips to create hybrid ICs
Startup Xanoptix Inc. has developed a wafer-scale manufacturing process that allows silicon die, optical semiconductors, and compound semiconductors such as GaAs and InP chips to be stacked into 3D structures to create hybrid ICs.
2005-08-11 X-EMI readies chips to cut EMI by 20 dB
A startup with roots in the network-processor company SiTera Inc. has demonstrated a unique solution to electromagnetic interference problems at a vertical EMI show in Chicago.
2007-08-02 Wisair fields single chip for belated wireless USB spec
A startup is announcing a single-chip device for wireless USB interconnects at a time when the standard continues to face delays coming to market.
2004-11-25 Wireless modem chip doubles channels
Wireless-chip startup Provigent Inc. is aiming to lower the cost of establishing a point-to-point broadband wireless connection with the PVG310, a single-chip modem that uses cross-polarization interface cancellation (XPIC) technology to double channel capacity.
2004-03-29 Wire-growth process leads to flexible nanosystems
An approach to creating single-crystal nanowires from just about any semi conducting material is being pioneered by Charles Lieber and his group at Harvard University in tandem with the nanotech startup he co-founded, Nanosys Inc.
2003-06-23 Wintegra broadens Altera deal for NPU codesign
Wintegra Inc., the network-processor startup launched by several Motorola executives, announced an expansion of its relationship with Altera Corp. during the Embedded Processor Forum.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
2008-09-10 Wi-Fi chip streams multiple HD videos simultaneously
Startup Celeno Communications Ltd is providing the first details of its new 5GHz Wi-Fi chip that aims to support multiple high definition video streams for carrier-class STBs and gateways.
2005-01-21 Where startups could bloom
If you're looking to launch a startup, EDA is a tough business. Just about every sector of this small market is overcrowded.
2009-12-10 WHDI group completes 5GHz wireless video spec
The WHDI Consortium has finalized the specification for wireless video over a 5GHz variant of Wi-Fi based on technology from startup chip designer Amimon.
2008-02-13 Voice processor mimics human hearing to nix noise
A voice processor by startup Audience mimics the human hearing system to deliver a unique gruping and processing of complex mixtures of sound.
2008-04-16 Virtualization: The Swiss Army knife of networking?
Startup Neterion Inc. has rolled out a chip that lets systems split one 10GbE link into as many as 16 virtual connections.
2007-07-23 VCSEL driver consumes miniscule power
German startup Silicon Line has rolled out a chip that drives VCSEL for energy-efficient computing.
2008-11-24 Using the enable pin in a linear regulator as a voltage supervisor
The combination of a voltage regulator and a voltage supervisor is a popular circuit configuration. The addition of the supervisor ensures that the regulated output turns on and off at sufficient input voltages, as well as giving the system the luxury of a safe and ordered startup.
2007-12-19 USB, Kleer hook up DTVs
The USB Implementers Forum and startup Kleer Corp. are offering two interface efforts as options to link to DTVs.
2009-02-03 Tzero to sample UWB chip consuming
Startup Tzero Technologies hopes 2009 will be the year UWB establishes a foothold. The company plans to sample by June a single UWB chip that consumes less than 1W and is aimed at mobile devices.
2005-04-08 Toshiba, Matsushita help Elixent raise $15 million
Toshiba Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, two customers of reconfigurable hardware developer Elixent Ltd (Bristol, England), have agreed to contribute to a third round investment of $15 million in the U.K. startup company to help develop the technology and the company.
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