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2014-06-13 Xilinx SDNet cranks up programmability
The SDNet serves as a platform for softly defined networks, which feature programmable software and hardware, as well as reconfigurable content-aware data pre-processing at wire speed.
2007-01-18 Xilinx ISE upgrade shortens FPGA design cycles
Xilinx' ISE 9.1i design suite is optimized to meet today's leading design challenges: timing closure, productivity and power.
2002-07-18 Xilinx chief sees slow recovery
The electronics industry should be able to avoid a double-dip recession and instead see very slow growth through the second half of this year, said the chief executive of Xilinx Inc.
2002-06-03 Xilinx challenges Altera's Stratix
Xilinx Inc. claims its Virtex-II Pro, an answer to Altera's new PLD architecture, integrates three devices along with immersing hard IP blocks.
2015-12-22 WRC-15 spectrum decisions reach consensus
There was lively interest in and a surprisingly high level of agreement in deliberations around the fate of the 700MHz and sub-700MHz bands during the recent WRC-15.
2002-11-12 Worldwide semiconductor market poised for growth in '03
Gartner Dataquest Inc. predicts that the worldwide semiconductor market will post double-digit growth in 2003 with revenue totaling $171.8 billion, a 12.1 percent increase from the firm's 2002 estimates.
2008-04-24 WLED driver packs negative charge pump, two LDOs
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX8822, said to be the industry's only WLED driver to combine a highly efficient negative charge pump with two independent LDO regulators.
2006-08-14 WLAN chipset market to reach $2.3B in '09
The global WLAN chipset market sales reached $910 million in 2005 and is projected to reach $2.3 billion in 2009, according to recent report by Frost & Sullivan.
2003-08-04 WLAN 802.11 market to surpass $3B in '07
According to market research firm Dell'Oro Group, the WLAN 802.11 market will grow from $1.5B in '02 to $3.1B in 2007.
2010-03-04 Wireless MCUs tailored for home automation, metering
Silicon Laboratories has released the ultralow-power Si10xx wireless microcontroller family that addresses the power and RF requirements of battery-operated home automation systems.
2008-09-18 Wireless firm targets to bridge WiMAX, LTE
Continuous Computing Inc. has unveiled a hardware and software suite to allow network operators to upgrade from 3G to 4G wireless broadband.
2011-09-22 Wireless communications to boost test market
The proliferation of mobile devices and wireless networks raises the demand for wireless test solutions.
2008-04-21 Windows Embedded sets sights on Asia
Seeing the huge market potential for its embedded business offerings in Asia, Microsoft outlines its plans for Windows Embedded products in the region.
2006-04-14 Wind River launches trade-in program for MontaVista Linux
Wind River Systems announced a new trade-in program for device manufacturers currently shipping devices running MontaVista Linux products.
2009-03-18 WiMedia Alliance to cease operations
The WiMedia Alliance will transfer all current and future specifications to the Bluetooth SIG, Wireless USB Promoter Group and the USB Implementers Forum. After the successful completion of the tech transfer and other items, the WiMedia Alliance will cease operations.
2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2008-04-08 Will LED-backlit LCD TVs break into mass market?
Stunningly clear pictures are produced by LED-backlit LCD TVs, enabled by Dolby Laboratories' High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. Unclear, though, is how much consumers will have to pay for that kind of picture quality.
2009-02-26 Will DisplayPort get a second chance?
With the of widespread emergence and popularity HDMI, why is there more than 180 computer and consumer electronics companiesand countingactively supporting DisplayPort, another audio/video interface standard?
2009-01-13 Will Blu-ray finally fly in 2009?
The Blu-ray drives have won a historic battle but the proponents of the technology are finding some of the fruits of that victory a little less than sweet.
2006-09-01 Will 802.11n finally pass second vote?
After members of the IEEE 802.11 working group voting on draft 1.0 of the standard failed to achieve the required 75 percent approval rate earlier this year, standard proposal groups TGnSync, World-Wide Spectrum Efficiency and MitMot agreed to work on a compromise proposal.
2014-01-22 Wideband systems for RF signal monitoring
Find out how we can fulfil the requirement for equipment that can capture wideband signals, and can deal with the large amount of data created.
2013-01-09 Wi-Fi, WiGig Alliance to operate under one roof
The Wi-Fi Alliance and WiGig Alliance have executed a memorandum of agreement outlining their plans to consolidate activity under one group.
2009-06-15 Wi-Fi, LAN modules offer increased design flexibility
Connect One has unveiled the Nano Socket family of embedded LAN and Wi-Fi modules based on its CO2144 Internet controller and targets machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions.
2015-03-04 Why digital power calls for more standards
Read about the move to come up with common standards that will encompass mechanical, electrical, communications, monitoring and control specifications.
2015-03-27 Who are the top MEMS manufacturers in 2014?
In a report released by IHS Technology, Bosch leads the MEMS industry with revenue of $1167 million in 2014, followed by Texas Instruments with $805 million and STMicroelectronics with $777 million.
2007-06-19 White LED driver integrates Class AB audio amplifier
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX8678, the industry's only white LED (WLED) driver to combine a highly efficient negative charge pump with a fully differential, bridged audio amplifier.
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things.
2009-01-22 When will U.K.'s digital radio take off?
The United Kingdom is going out on a limb with DAB, a technology which many feel, in comparison with other technologies, is no longer good enough to make digital radio financially and commercially viable, because of the crippling transmission costs involved.
2011-01-06 What’s ahead for Motorola mobile, home
An analyst says Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI) could grab 8 to 10 percent of the handset market, with a good share if the Android sector. Bulls and bears argue their points, however.
2008-10-23 What's in store for next-gen STBs?
STBs should remain one of the most dynamic areas of the electronics industry for at least the next decade, and quite possibly beyond, according to iSuppli Corp.
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