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2008-02-06 Power-supply supervisor does reverse sequencing
Maxim Integrated Products has introduces the MAX16050/MAX16051, drop-in power-supply supervisors that offer additional capability of reverse sequencing.
2007-06-19 Power supply to enable green, energy-saving data centers
APC-MGE is preparing an uninterruptible power supply that will address two of the biggest concerns facing data centers today: the need for increased power density and the need to be green.
2013-08-07 Power supply market to grow 2.4% this year
After a disappointing 2012, the power supply market will rebound as a result of rising demand in the tablet, smartphone, LED lighting and server markets according to IMS Research.
2011-06-20 Power IC offers 1?WC100mW output
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX17710, which operates at ultra-low current level and accepts energy from a variety of poorly regulated energy harvesting sources with output ranging from 1?WC100mW.
2012-12-07 PMC: Wireless, optical telecom markets will soldier on
PMC CEO Greg Lang shared some perspective on his company's core markets, while deflecting reports that his company is under pressure to consider a sale.
2007-06-18 PMC samples 6Gbit SAS 2.0 controllers
PMC-Sierra is pushing through the transition to 6Gbps Serial Attached-SCSI (SAS) hard disk interface with the sampling of Tachyon SPC 8x6G SAS controller for the SAS 2.0 standard.
2007-04-18 PMC samples 6Gbit SAS 2.0 controller
PMC-Sierra is pushing through the transition to 6Gbps Serial Attached-SCSI (SAS) hard disk interface with the sampling of Tachyon SPC 8x6G SAS controller for the SAS 2.0 standard.
2008-08-22 Photodiode receivers offer ultrahigh speed data response
Hamamatsu Photonics has released G10342 series, 10Gbit/s InGaAs PIN photodiode receivers mounted in industry standard receiver optical sub-assembly packages.
2002-04-19 Philips SiGe process targets optical network chips
Philips Electronics has announced the availability of the QUBiC4G semiconductor process that combines high-speed SiGe technology with the passive component integration, substrate isolation, and dense logic capabilities of their QUBiC4 BICMOS process.
2005-03-17 Philips debuts reference design for converged handsets
Philips took the wraps off a complete UMA reference design for converged mobile handsets at the CTIA Wireless
2005-03-17 Philips debuts reference design for converged handsets
Philips Electronics took the wraps off a complete Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) reference design for converged mobile handsets at the CTIA Wireless show Monday (March 14) and said it is working with Alcatel on interoperability tests between UMA handsets based on the Nexperia reference design and the French group's Spatial Atrium server/softswitch
2012-02-27 Peek at upcoming in-vehicle networking trends
Find out how MOST has transitioned from being a niche technology to a widely adaptive standard.
2005-07-18 PC evolution: Digital home marks the way
While the PC has been the primary driver for the semiconductor business in the last two decades, industry observers almost unanimously agree that the PC era has passed.
2008-05-09 PC cards reveal cost impact of spec revision in handsets
Portelligent's teardowns of two PC cards reveal the impact of higher-speed network found in the latest CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A phones.
2006-04-17 Partners to rev PowerPC
AMCC and Intrinsity have joined forces to design a PowerPC core that could operate in the 3GHz range.
2012-08-23 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 2)
Here's a closer look at the specifics of how algorithmic memories work and how the techniques can be integrated into a system.
2012-08-17 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 1)
Learn about the concept of algorithmic memory and the benefits of memory operations per second (MOPS) as a metric.
2009-11-26 Optical net platform meets traffic growth demands
The platform offers fast service provisioning, bandwidth on demand and multipoint-to-multipoint service.
2007-02-16 Open-source APIs up multimedia performance
The new interfaces make it possible to use the GStreamer Linux multimedia framework to leverage the software infrastructure of TI's DaVinci platform of processors. This combined infrastructure provides a flexible framework that can accommodate new generations of multimedia codecs.
2011-11-02 Open source data center edges its way to completion
Facebook has outed hardware specs to define standards for server components, systems and data centers for the largest users.
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest.
2013-03-25 NXP rolls automotive-grade isolated CAN transceiver
The TJA1052i touts an integrated galvanic isolation technology and provides protection against electric shocks, over-voltage, ground offset and reverse current.
2008-02-12 NXP chip brings triband, Bluetooth to ULC handsets
NXP is expanding its range of fully-integrated GSM/GPRS single-chip solutions for the ULC handset market with the Nexperia PNX4902 that offers ULC+ concept with tri-band and Bluetooth support.
2008-06-16 NI unveils three Compact FieldPoint controllers
National Instruments has released three new Compact FieldPoint controllers that deliver increased performance, higher processor speed and significantly improved Ethernet throughput.
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications.
2005-07-07 New high-speed recorder boards plug into CompactPCI slots
VMETRO's new pre-configured and programmable VORTEX CompactPCI recorders, available in both commercial and extended temperature range and ruggedized versions, operate under either Windows or Linux OS platforms.
2007-04-10 Networking firms take divergent paths to 10GbE
Sun Microsystems and Chelsio Communications are expanding their divergent efforts to define 10GbE, turning the competitive heat up on the technology seen as key for computer data centers.
2012-11-26 Network data transfer reaches in excess of 339Gb/s
Nearly doubling last year's record, High-energy physicists from Caltech have set a record transfer rate, hitting four million gigabytes, equivalent to one million full length movies, per day.
2009-07-20 NetLogic, TSMC work on 40nm Gbit PHY
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. have partnered on 40nm-G semiconductor process technology for NetLogic's advanced knowledge-based processors and 10/40/100GbE PHY solutions.
2002-05-02 NEC adds L2 cache, DRAM controller to Vr processor
NEC Corp. has taken the wraps off a MIPS-based 64-bit embedded processor that integrates Level 2 cache and a DRAM controller, both equipped with error-correction coding features.
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