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2006-11-03 VoIP, video services top next-gen wireless services
Businesses and consumers are willing to pay a premium for next-generation mobile high speed data services such as VoIP, interactive video and video sharing, according to Lucent Technologies
2012-02-01 Digital home video calling market surges in APAC
Users of living room (digital home) video calling is forecast to grow from 1.5 million last year to 16.4 million in 2015.
2008-04-25 Parade Technologies bets on DisplayPort for PC video
Calling itself an early bird in this new standard domain, Parade Technologies sees DisplayPort as a serious opportunity, given the right engineering resources
2008-09-01 Calling video IP vendors to consolidate
With a few exceptions, the video IP market is characterized by a large number of small players. This market fragmentation is problematic for both IP vendors and their customers. If you're designing a video-oriented SoC, how do you go about choosing components that will work together? It's difficult to evaluate the video performance of a single IP block or chip
2008-04-04 Booming video surveillance market grabs the limelight
Video surveillance is suddenly "the fastest-growing market for [digital] video chip providers." Mobilygen president and CEO Chris Day made that comment shortly after wrapping up a trip to China, where video surveillance applications are proliferating at an alarming rate
2010-08-18 Skype reference implementation supports MIPS architecture
MIPS Technologies Inc. has announced the availability of Skype Voice and video calling features via MIPS Architecture in new SkypeKit developer tools.
2005-02-21 NEC adopts Agilent's W-CDMA power amplifier into 3G handset
NEC has incorporated Agilent Technologies Inc.'s W-CDMA power amplifier into a new 3G video handset, the NEC 338
2010-09-08 STBs struggle out of rut
The launch of the AppleTV gives STB makers a glimpse into a hopeful future where their product will be able to offer more services and will be given more respect and attention.
2007-01-16 IP cores gear for competing standards
Playing both sides of the serial-interface fence for multimedia handsets, Mixel Inc. is taking the wraps off what it is calling a "silicon-proven" intellectual property (IP) core for the Mobile Display Digital Interface (MDDI) standard
2004-06-04 Broadcom, BroadLight collaborate on FTTP chipset
Startup chip developer BroadLight announced that it is partnering with Broadcom in order to provide a unified fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) chip set offering voice, video and data capabilities to residential users
2007-10-12 RF front-end module simplifies 802.11n design
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. today announced what it is calling the world's most integrated RF front-end module for Wi-Fi products designed to comply with the IEEE 802.11n specification
2004-02-16 Revisiting smart phone promise
Cellphones are getting smarter one chip at a time, and it's only matter of time when we'll actually start calling them smart phones
2008-05-14 PC3-16000 4GB DDR3 kits target high-end desktops
OCZ Technology Group introduced what it is calling the first PC3-16000 4Gbyte DDR3 kits for high-end desktops
2008-02-19 Optimism stirs in mobile TV market
Calling 2007 'a rock-bottom year' for mobile TV, DiBcom CEO Yannick Levy said he is hoping that things will start to get a little better this year
2008-09-25 MEMS microphones are CE-bound
Analog Devices Inc. has created a microphone capable of high-fidelity A/V playback, conference calling, TIA-920-compliant VoIP, voice recognition, and other functions
2005-08-16 MediaTek mulls move on cell ICs
Taiwan's MediaTek Inc. is gearing up to enter the cellular chipset business, calling to mind the whole detour of the DVD silicon saga
2012-10-29 Marvell prepared for coming 'super-integration era'
Weili Dai stressed in an interview that Marvell is ready for the coming "super-integration era" of storage, connectivity, video, 3D graphics and modem technologies
2005-05-18 Intel CEO: WiMAX more attractive than DSL, cable
Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett predicted that WiMAX would compete effectively in the consumer broadband market, calling DSL and cable access "half-assed in terms of speed.&quot
2005-04-22 Halla says US IC industry must move beyond Moore's Law
National Semiconductor Corp. chief Brian Halla wants the U.S. chip industry to end its reliance on Moore's Law as its calling card and find ways to end the "attack of apathy" suffered by politicians that threatens the industry's global competitiveness
2005-02-16 Convergence at last
The latest innovations in SoC, SiP, memory stacks and dense PCBs are enabling the convergence of voice, music, camera and video onto a single platform
2008-06-18 AMD, Nvidia take graphics duel to TFlops
Archrivals Nvidia and AMD have announced their competing next-gen graphics processors, both claiming their massive multicore chips can deliver a TFlops for graphics and video
2008-06-17 ADI brings HDMI in digital homes
Today, analog and mixed-signal chips present in video encoders and HDMI connectivity ICs are the components that determine many digital consumer systems' time-to-market
2012-03-15 Electronics firms clamour for more collaboration
Executives of Cadence, TSMC and ARM are calling for other companies to step up their collaborations to deal with the growing complexity of technologies of semiconductor design
2012-12-21 Testing EPC for precise LTE/4G billing structures
Through a full EPC evaluation using test tools for all mobile network elements from layer 2-7, service providers can meet the high demands of LTE while simultaneously making profits.
2005-09-01 T-Mobile exec calls for restraint
The mad rush to add features to cellphones 'has got to stop,' warns David Hytha of T-Mobile International.
2007-05-17 South Korean carrier readies HSUPA service
South Korean carrier SK Telecom is preparing to launch HSUPA mobile technology services next month.
2003-09-17 NTT DoCoMo markets data-card type FOMA terminal
NTT DoCoMo has started marketing data-card type terminals that are capable of high-speed packet transmissions.
2012-12-13 Minimising self noise for MEMS microphone apps
Learn why MEMS microphones are now ready for many new high performance applications.
2010-01-25 LED backlighting, 3D TV to revive flat-panel TV market
DisplaySearch reports that LED backlighting and 240Hz LCDs will serve as enabling technologies for new feature developments in TVs in 2010, specifically for 3D TVs.
2011-12-20 Hot CE innovations at the CES
EE Times picked 10 hot gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Association's honorees of engineering design and advancement of the upcoming 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.
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