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2006-04-03 4Gbit NAND adds error correction code
Coming soon is STMicroelectronics' 4Gbit NAND flash memory chip powered by complex, on-chip BCH error correction code technology
2005-11-17 Network-transparent modules implement remote JTAG testing
JTAG Technologies' TapCommunicator makes it possible to execute boundary-scan tests on targets with test-clock frequencies of up to 40MHz, over an unlimited distance, across asynchronous network paths.
2002-09-19 National Semiconductor licenses MoSys memory technology
National Semiconductor has licensed MoSys Inc.'s 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology to enable the incorporation of National's memory blocks into their future cellular baseband SoCs.
2003-01-21 MoSys' 1T-SRAM-R: silicon-proven on UMC logic process
United Microelectronics Corp. has announced that MoSys Inc.'s 1T-SRAM-R technology incorporating Transparent Error Correction is silicon-proven in its 0.135m logic process.
2015-03-11 ECC bumps up mobile device reliability, efficiency
Here is a look at how error correcting code enables enhanced memory density and bandwidth while maintaining power neutrality and reliability
2002-11-22 UMC licenses MoSys 1T-SRAM
United Microelectronics Corp. has licensed MoSys Inc.'s 1T-SRAM technology as part of the foundry's IP strategy to offer SoC designers memories that are more tightly aligned with its processes.
2003-07-23 MoSys memory silicon-verified by Chartered
MoSys and Chartered Semiconductor have announced that MoSys' 1T-SRAM-R memory technology incorporating TEC has been silicon proven in Chartered's 0.13?m baseline logic process.
2004-07-09 MoSys licenses 1T-SRAM-R embedded memory to Open-Silicon
MoSys Inc. has licensed the 1T-SRAM-R embedded memory technology to Open-Silicon Inc. MoSys' patented technology will enable Open-Silicon to provide its customers with high-quality ASICs containing embedded memory, which will be fabricated in a standard logic process.
2004-01-28 Fujitsu licenses MoSys embedded memory
Fujitsu Ltd has licensed MoSys' quad density 1T-SRAM-Q technology for use on its 0.13?m logic process.
2004-01-21 Two IP vendors pave the road to low power
The push for low-power ICs in advanced processes has produced little consensus beyond the notion that no single fix will do.
2007-03-01 RGs to overcome triple-play hurdles
New technology platforms will provide the foundation for new-generation RG solutions that will enable next-generation services along with the flexibility to differentiate offerings with new, advanced features.
2006-05-16 Rethinking embedded flash memory choices
The new requirements of the marketplaceespecially in many consumer embedded designs and mobile devicesmean we should rethink our priorities about nonvolatile memory and look for new alternatives.
2007-10-24 Proprietary wireless hi-fi tech beats Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Through pairing wireless and hi-fi audio, startup Avnera touts chipsets for wireless audio connections in the 2.4GHz band that outperform data-oriented wireless connections in range, freedom from interference, automatic network configuration and full CD-quality sound.
2004-09-09 Fujitsu deploys Intel transport processor in DWDM gear
Fujitsu is the first major OEM to have declared publicly that it is using Intel's IXF300xx series optical transport processor in a range of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) platforms it has started delivering, the Flaswave7500.
2005-08-10 4Gbps Fiber Channel-to-SAS controller to support massive scalability
Serial I/O vendor ARIO Data Networks is pre-announcing its SANARIO FS, a redundant array of inexpensive disks controller.
2008-10-06 Using EDAC RAM for RadTolerant RTAX-S/SL and Axcelerator FPGAs
In space applications, storage elements like SRAMs are susceptible to the impact of heavy ions from cosmic galactic rays. CGRs can collide with the silicon lattice of a RAM cell with sufficient photovoltaic energy to produce a change of state, thus invalidating the stored data and producing bit errors.
2007-03-16 Use CT delta-sigma ADCs to cut down power consumption
Continuous time delta-sigma ADC technology shatters the conventional wisdom that pipeline ADCs are the only conversion technique available for high-speed, dynamic range applications.
2005-08-08 Emerging tech lights up Siggraph
Star Wars and NASA's Mars rover landings have one thing in common: killer graphics.
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