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2004-01-01 0-In assertion compiler is multilingual
0-In Design Automation announced a compiler that reads assertions in multiple formats and outputs synthesizable Verilog.
2003-11-13 0-In assertion compiler has multilingual features
The company will announce an enhanced assertion compiler for its Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) tool suite.
2005-01-12 'Uhapi?' asks new Philips Semiconductors CEO
Frans van Houten, who assumed the top post at Philips Semiconductors in November, used last week's Consumer Electronics Show to urge consumer electronics manufacturers to "adopt the Universal Home API," a Philips initiative launched last year with Samsung Electronics.
2011-04-18 'Smart' system CPUs to more than double by 2015
Smart systems will use over 12.5 billion processor cores in 2015, more than double the core consumption in 2010.
2008-08-28 'Smallest' WiMAX test solution rolls from Agilent
Agilent has launched a new software feature intended for mobile wireless measurements on its E6474A network optimization platform that creates a standard WiMAX PC Card (CPE) into the industry's smallest WiMAX scanning solution for drive test.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption.
2002-04-02 'Parallel' migration to blue-laser DVD urged
A proposal put together by a Hollywood studio suggests that blue-laser-based high-definition DVD recorders will initially become available as VCR replacements only in the Japanese market.
2008-04-01 'Openness' fulfills SystemVerilog promise
Notes Stan Krolikoski of Cadence Design Systems: Open Verification Methodology is a truly open SystemVerilog class library and methodology package that can be used free of any restraints imposed by either Cadence or Mentor.
2008-01-21 'Open' is (not) just a four-letter word
There is presently a measure of "openness fatigue" permeating the industry, but that's because the term "open" has been far too often applied to products and organizations that are far from open in significant ways.
2004-01-16 'Obfuscators' render Verilog, VHDL unreadable
Providing a new approach to IP protection, software engineering firm Semantic Designs has released production-quality "obfuscators" for Verilog 2001 and VHDL.
2009-02-24 'Goodwill' dole outs hurt tech asset value
Asset values at top technology companies worldwide are shrinking as executives implement cost-control actions that often involve significant cash payouts to former employees and also take billions in non-cash goodwill write downs in response to declining valuation on the equity market.
2003-11-03 'Free engineering' era nears end
The time of free engineering is over; Bob Bailey advises that OEMs partner with the best technology companies and establish stable supply lines now, before the whole industry goes into panic.
2008-06-09 'First' single-chip 802.11n USB adapter cuts BOM costs
Broadcom Corp. has released what it claims to be the first single-chip dual-band 802.11n solution for USB adapters.
2009-03-06 'First' quarter-inch image sensors integrate EDoF
STMicroelectronics has introduced the market's first quarter-inch optical format, 3Mpixel raw Bayer sensors with integrated Extended-Depth-of-Field (EDoF) capabilities. The image sensors offer an alternative to auto-focus camera solutions.
2008-02-04 'First' programmable multimode LTE modem rolls
NXP Semiconductors will demonstrate what it claims as the world's first LTE/HSPA/UMTS/Edge/GPRS/GSM multimode baseband platform.
2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
2007-06-11 $99 wireless USB sets to retail by year's end
Chipmakers maintain they will be able to deliver much cheaper wireless USB systems in the market by year's end, with at least one company promising $99 dongle and hub packages on retail shelves.
2005-05-25 $240 PCI drop-in is GPIB controller
Once installed in a host PC, the PCI-3488 IEEE-488 controller card from Adlink can control up to 14 IEEE-488.2-compatible instruments, with high throughput, as these graphs reflect
2009-02-24 $19B stimulus to boost health IT advancement
While heath care specialists commended the U.S. government's plan to spend $19 billion on information technology in the sector, some have deep concerns about the focus and effectiveness of the plan and the current lack of interoperable systems.
2002-11-18 null
The debate on whether FPGAs would eventually replace ASICs is moot because both would continue to have their own supporters; the best way is a product that has the power of an ASIC and the flexibility of a FPGA.
2002-03-06 null
The optical IC market will reach $1.8 billion by 2006, predicts In-Stat/MDR in a report entitled "Optical ICs & PHYs Keep Bits Flowing at Light Speed."
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