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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.
2003-10-07 Startup tackles system architecture
Mirabilis Design Inc. is quietly shipping a toolset for performance analysis and architectural exploration.
2003-12-01 Startup tackles system architecture
VisualSim, a toolset for performance analysis and architectural exploration using the Ptolemy simulation kernel, offers to combine DSP, analog, protocols and digital architecture in a single simulation.
2004-02-17 Startup switches from router chips to jump on Express
A former network processor startup re-launches itself as a PCI Express switch and bridge maker.
2004-02-16 Startup switches from router chips to jump on Express
A former network processor startup re-launches itself as a PCI Express switch and bridge maker Thursday (Feb 5).
2008-08-15 Startup streamlines design path to 10GbE
NetXen Inc. will support multiple physical interfaces in its third-generation 10Gbit Ethernet controller, underlying the fragmented nature of cable support that has slowed the roll out of 10G technology.
2003-09-01 Startup spins open-source HVL wares
Jeda Technologies releases its HVL developed by one of the original developers of the Vera language.
2005-11-16 Startup spins digital power chips
Zilker Labs Inc. offers system designers a means of applying programmable intelligence to power distribution and monitoring.
2012-08-15 Startup Skyera unveils 44TB flash array
The SkyHawk system will pack 44TB of flash memory in less than a 1U rack for $3/GB or a dollar per gigabyte when using data compression.
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.
2008-11-25 Startup secures funding despite slowdown
Defying industry and economic trends, fabless IC startup Quantance Inc. has raised $12 million in series B funding from new and existing investors.
2009-01-21 Startup samples display-battery modules
Prelonic Technologies OG has built prototype samples of display-battery modules created by printing on a single substrate.
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.
2003-11-12 Startup rolls test gear for wireless LANS
Touting scalability, repeatability and analysis, Azimuth Systems will launch a test gear suite that will fill the requirements of WLAN systems in a laboratory.
2006-06-16 Startup rolls soft PHY core for Wi-Fi
The first commercial product from Silvus Communication Systems Inc. aims to give a leg up to developers of next-generation Wi-Fi chipsets and systems. The company has developed the VHDL software for a PHY chip that exceeds the requirements of the upcoming IEEE 802.11n standard.
2003-10-08 Startup rolls out ESL prototyping tool
EDA startup Giga Scale Integration Corp. has rolled out its first product, Time Architect, an ESL virtual prototyping tool.
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.
2007-10-23 Startup releases free parameterized cores over the Web
Think Silicon Ltd, a design services and IP core licensor, has developed an online IP configuration tool called IPGenius.
2009-02-11 Startup readies RRAMs for mass production
Australian startup 4DS Inc. claims to have made a major breakthrough in resistive RAM (RRAM) technology.
2004-05-03 Startup raises $3.8M to support multicore SoCs
Ignios Ltd, a company formed in 2003 with plans to enter the embedded system-on-chip (SoC) market, has raised $3.8 million in a first round of private financing, the company said Wednesday (April 28, 2004).
2015-12-29 Startup raises $16.5M for self-powering IoT systems
PsiKick has designed a proof-of-concept wireless sensor node system-chip using conventional EDA tools and a 130nm mixed-signal CMOS that operates with sub-threshold voltages.
2011-09-22 Startup raises $125M, focuses investment on China
Boston-Power will use its $125-million funding to build a fab in China capable of producing 400MWh of Li-ion batteries.
2005-09-01 Startup puts team to work on the data explosion
Edxact SA comes out with a tool that accurately provides netlist reduction for parasitic netlist elements.
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.
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