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2006-11-15 Startup pushes 10Gbps signals 1.5m
Startup Banpil Photonics Inc. claimed it has demonstrated a way to send 10Gbps signals 1.5m across a standard pc-board without using power-hogging techniques to amplify the signal.
2003-10-30 Spire method obtains U.S. patent
Spire Corp. announced that they have secured a U.S. Patent on a method for implanting aluminum oxide in GaAs and other III-V semiconductor wafers.
2013-12-12 Spansion sharpens IP defence against infringers
Spansion sent letters to a list of memory companies and non-memory end users, warning them on potential patent infringement.
2015-06-12 Smartwatches and the enterprise: Issues and challenges
The Apple Watch is opening the door for smartwatches to penetrate the enterprise, leading many to speculate on the effect connected devices will have on corporate access management capabilities.
2008-04-30 Singapore inventor gets patent for flip-chip IC assembly tech
Teck Kheng Lee of Singapore has been granted U.S. patent for his development of a method for assembling a flip chip semiconductor device.
2012-08-09 Samsung copied Apple's trade dress, expert said
Trade dress refers to design elements characteristics of a product, and a marketing professor said Samsung has harmfully impacted that of Apple's with regard to product design.
2014-11-17 Realising Industry 4.0: What we need to know
There are various system design hurdles to resolve before we get Industry 4.0 really going. Take a look at some of these key challenges presented and discuss possible solutions.
2004-04-14 Ramtron agrees pay $2.5 million to settle patent dispute
Ramtron Int. Corp. has settled a ferroelectric RAM cell patent dispute with National Semiconductor Corp. that has dragged on since 1991.
2009-06-12 Rambus four drops patent claims vs. Nvidia
Nvidia has announced that Rambus has asked an administrative law judge at the International Trade Commission to terminate the investigation of Nvidia relating to four patents.
2013-03-22 PSoC touts ARM Cortex-M0 for embedded design
Cypress's programmable SoC analogue and digital fabric with CapSense capacitive touch technology is set to challenge proprietary 8bit and 16bit MCUs.
2011-09-19 Power Silicon's SoC design earns patent win
Open-Silicon has earned a patent win for its low power ASIC design process through design-specific library augmentation.
2009-06-02 Power modulator simplifies base station design
Nujira Ltd is offering the digital pre-distortion (DPD) version of its Coolteq-h power modulator that simplifies the design of cellular base stations.
2007-11-15 Plot thickens in Seoul Semi-Nichia LED patent war
The LED patent battle between Nichia and Seoul Semiconductor continues, with the Korean firm recently filing a new patent infringement suit against Nichia in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
2006-09-04 Philips Semiconductors to be known as NXP
After being bought last month by a consortium of private equity investment companies, Philips Semiconductors will now simply be known as NXP.
2007-09-21 Patent portfolio stirs up Google phone talks anew
A report by Evaluaserve on a concealed competitive intelligence about Google's patent portfolio ignited speculations that the search engine giant is planning on a mobile phone.
2010-11-11 Open-Silicon receives patent for TestMAX
US grants patent for Open-Silicon's scan shift frequency scaling test technology
2007-06-13 O2Micro wins DC/DC patent
The U.S. government has granted O2Micro Intl Ltd rights to 19 patent claims for its DC/DC converter power management architecture.
2004-12-06 Nortel OMC-R obtains support from MERA Networks
Nortel Networks has entered into joint project agreement with MERA Networks, a forefront Russian software development outsourcing company.
2007-05-28 Nokia phones to offer lightning detection
Nokia Corp. has applied for a lightning detection system patent for mobile phones, involving having RF device that has radio interfaces for at least two communication channels or frequency ranges.
2010-10-15 Netlist wins patent for Planar-X
Netlist receives patent for proprietary technology that allows RDIMM modules in DRAM board space
2008-09-12 National Semi CEO joins 'green revolution'
In late 1990s, when General Motors launched its oversized off-road vehicle Hummer, Brian Halla, chairman and CEO of National Semiconductor, has snapped up one of the $50,000-plus gas-guzzlers.
2006-05-15 Motorola, RAZR 'copycat' reach settlement
Motorola has reached an agreement in a lawsuit filed in January against Korean manufacturer KBT Mobile for an alleged infringements of patents, trademarks and designs for Motorola's RAZR mobile phone.
2002-07-01 Motorola, DA NanoMaterials to collaborate on copper CMP solution
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector and DuPont Air Products NanoMaterials LLC have agreed to collaborate on an advanced copper chemical mechanical planarization formulation.
2007-05-23 Motorola patents sun-powered mobile phone
Motorola has been awarded a patent for technology the company says will make it possible to recharge the battery of mobile phones through solar cells embedded within the LCD.
2010-01-06 Motech buys GE Energy solar module fab
Motech will be entrusted to maintain GE's high standards for solar module manufacturing at the existing factory site.
2007-08-31 More clues point to Google phone
Google's acquisitions and patents support the suggestion that there is phone work going on at Google.
2007-10-19 Microsoft penetrates open source ranks
Microsoft has gained Open Source Initiative approval for two of its 'shared source' licenses, making it an official backer and provider of open-source software.
2008-03-31 Micron, Hynix, Nanya react to Rambus acquittal
Memory makers Micron, Hynix and Nanya released separate statements expressing their disappointment over the federal court jury decision favoring Rambus in their long-running legal battle in which they accused the latter of antitrust practices.
2007-02-05 Magma confident on patent defense against Synopsys
With a court ruling that two disputed patents are jointly owned by Synopsys Inc. and IBM, Magma Design Automation believes it has a stronger defense against Synopsys' claims of patent infringement.
2002-03-18 Linux consortium slows to a waddle, critics say
Just as embedded Linux vendors gather momentum for their David-vs.-Goliath battle against the giants of the software industry, one company in their ranks has begun questioning whether their goal of a common platform specification is being realized quickly enough, or whether it is even worthwhile anymore.
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