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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."
2004-07-01 Startup automates library creation
Zenasis Technologies has developed a library design cockpit called ZenCell Factory that assists in creating standard-cell libraries.
2003-09-03 Startup applies DSP to compensation markets
A Silicon Valley startup will demo a DSP-based platform that performs dispersion compensation at both the enterprise and metropolitan-network levels.
2006-03-16 Startup aims to sharpen handset photos
Sozotec collaborates with Nvidia and wireless service providers on image-quality enhancements for cellphone cameras and other mobile and handheld devices.
2002-09-11 Startup aims multiservice framer at access apps
Galazar Networks is making its foray into the networking-chip market with the release of the MSF250 OC-48 framer to support GbE, T1/E1, and T3/E3 services in customer-located equipment.
2002-01-08 Startup aims cold-emission electron gun at CRTs
Extreme Devices Inc. is going after a prize that has eluded the big players in the display monitor industry for several decades: the use of cold-emission electron guns in the huge computer monitor and TV markets.
2004-04-01 Startup aims at DSP algorithm development
Catalytic is targeting the floating- to fixed-point model conversions with an approach that combines EDA with embedded-software development.
2008-02-07 Startup adds wireless monitor to band-aids
Sometime next year nurses may put active band-aids on hospital patients to wirelessly monitor as many as three vital signs, thanks to Toumaz Technology custom chip.
2002-05-02 Standard Micro acquires analog startup
Standard Microsystems Corp. will acquire Gain Technology Corp., a developer of analog intellectual property (IP), in a cash and stock transaction worth about $34 million.
2005-12-28 Stacked SRAM cells support programmable startup
Viciciv has been assigned a patent that appears to cover the construction of an SRAM inverter pair stacked vertically or with the SRAM laid out in single plane stacked on top of logic transistors.
2008-04-01 Solar startup out to beat coal on price
MIT professor Ely Sachs plans for a startup company to develop an improved silicon-based solar cell that can beat coal on cost efficiency.
2005-08-24 Silicon Labs acquires startup Silicon Magike
Silicon Laboratories Inc. on Monday (August 22) announced the acquisition of Silicon Magike Inc., a developer of mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs), for $16 million in cash.
2004-06-24 Shanghai analog startup attracts $10-million investment
Fabless analog and mixed-signal chip vendor Apexone Microelectronics Inc. has raised $10 million in a Series A round of venture funding led by DCM-Doll Capital Management and Walden International, the company said Monday (June 21, 2004).
2006-05-22 Samsung inks exclusive alliance with fuel cell startup
Samsung Electronics announced an exclusive alliance with MTI MicroFuel Cells, a supplier of micro fuel cells for mobile applications.
2004-05-03 Russo-German startup claims laser materials breakthrough
Researchers at the University of Michigan have produced 1.3?m edge-emitting semiconductor lasers that have demonstrated temperature stability over the range 0 to 80C.
2002-12-23 Router startup Celox shuts down
Celox Networks Inc., the router startup, closed its doors as it prepared to liquidate assets. The company was one of the most broad-based customers of IBM Microelectronics, working with IBM on PowerPC cards, switching fabrics, SRAMs, and queuing ASICs.
2007-07-05 RF startup gets more than cash from Intel Capital
Intel Capital appears prepared to offer something in addition to cash in its investment package for RF startup Mirics Semiconductor.
2004-01-29 RF chip startup expands investment
Xceive Corp., a RF-to-baseband receiver IC startup, has raised $10.5M in series B funding, led by BA Venture Partners.
2006-01-16 Renesas, startup Grandis team on spin torque transfer MRAM
Renesas. and startup Grandis said that they will collaborate to develop magnetic RAM of the 65nm generation using Grandis' spin torque transfer writing technology.
2005-12-05 Renesas teams with startup in MRAMs
Renesas and startup Grandis Inc. have agreed to collaborate on the development of a 65nm MRAM process, based on spin torque transfer writing technology.
2010-08-19 Probability chip startup starts off with ECC block
Lyric Semiconductor Inc. is licensing a technique to develop an error correction device for NAND flash.
2011-11-18 Pre-biased output voltage startup of UCC28950 controller
Learn how UCC28950 phase-shifted full-bridge controller can maintain a smooth startup during the condition where an output voltage is already present.
2006-02-09 Philips not first with plastic RFID, claims startup
PolyIC has contested a claim by Philips Research that Philips engineers realized the first plastic-electronics-based radio-frequency ID tag capable of transmitting multibit digital identification codes at 13.56MHz.
2008-09-22 Patent startup secures high-profile VC investments
A startup that claims it has a better approach for helping high tech companies deal with the rising costs of patent litigation and licensing has gained backing from two large venture capitalists.
2005-11-01 Open-source hardware fuels server startup
To build its server-management products, startup Opengear Inc. brings its open-source concept to hardware and software.
2015-10-02 Online design startup sparks tool debate
The Upverter Parts Concierge lets engineers request a component be added to an online design in progress and it seeks to eliminate the need to copy information from datasheets into a CAD design.
2005-12-29 On-chip subsystem startup adds Tokyo design center
On-chip subsystem provider IPextreme Inc. has opened a design center in Tokyo and named design and EDA veteran Kirk Saotome head of the company's Japanese operations.
2009-08-14 Not a good time to form a startup?
Is today a good time or a bad time to form a startup? Certainly there are significant risks, but there are always risks.
2005-11-10 Motorola invests in fuel cell startup
Seeking to solve the growing 'energy gap' in portable systems, Motorola Inc. on Wednesday (Nov. 8) said that it has made a strategic investment in Canada's Tekion Inc
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