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2006-08-01 Philips exec sees 3C convergence in China
As senior director and technical support manager for Greater China, Charles Wang manages the entire technical support function of Greater China for Philips Semiconductors.
2006-01-01 EDA industry thriving in Asia
EE Times-Asia and Gartner's joint report shows that design for consumer electronics dominates in China and Taiwan.
2006-04-03 Avago takes semiconductor baton from Agilent
Find out where newly formed Avago Technologies is headed as it takes over Agilent Technologies' semiconductor business.
2011-03-04 Siplace seeks synergies from acquisition by ASM
As ASM Pacific Technology acquired Siplace from Siemens AG, Vivek Nanda at EE Times-Asia requested the company to talk about challenges and opportunities for the team affected.
2007-11-20 Leadis exec discusses class G technology
Leadis Technology's Jim Hauer, senior director for new business development, recently spoke with Vivek Nanda, EE Times-India editor, about the company's new class-G amplifier technology and product road map.
2010-02-02 Empyra: Cloud computing to redefine information, process use
Vipin Gupta at Empyra.com Inc. talks to Vivek Nanda about the challenges and opportunities facing the rapidly emerging cloud computing market.
2007-03-09 Zilker Labs to demo Digital-DC power products
Zilker Labs will exhibit the latest end-applications based on its patented Digital-DC technology at the 2007 IIC-China in Beijing and Shanghai.
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.
2016-02-24 World's cheapest smartphone a hoax?
A $3.73 phone. Could that be real? That question still hangs in the air as the industry deems it impossible while the phone vendor has yet to retract its claim. Here's the latest.
2004-07-28 VIA highlights design challenges at 90nm
The escalating design costs and complexities have been the greatest challenges for the small and medium sized IC design houses when migrating to deep submicron technologies.
2004-07-28 VIA highlights design challenges at 90nm
The escalating design costs and complexities have been the greatest challenges for the small and medium sized IC design houses when migrating to deep submicron technologies.
2001-05-16 U.S.-based Indian engineers head home
Two Indian electronics engineers share experiences at college and work in the United States. Read what they have to say to engineering graduates in India.
2016-02-10 Tricked-up drone aids firefighters
South Korea's research institute KAIST has built a drone that can navigate narrow spaces by flipping vertically to hug walls and can withstand fire up to 1,000C.
2015-12-03 Tech co.'s enable interactive content delivery in Jakarta's taxis
Microsoft, NEC, Intel and Acer products and services have come together in an interactive taxi entertainment system in Jakarta. The interactivity feature is claimed to be the first of its kind in Asia.
2012-06-19 ST's Baraton discusses green manufacturing efforts
At the PSECE 2012 show, ST stressed the need to make semiconductors, the upstream sources of power consumption. We asked ST's Xavier Baraton about his company's green manufacturing practices.
2015-10-13 Singapore trials autonomous public transport systems
Singapore marked a key milestone towards its vision of autonomous public transport as it flagged off trials in One-North, signing MoUs to support tests with monitoring and safety infrastructure.
2015-08-14 Shake up in cellphone industry spells job losses
While Lenovo is laying-off thousands due to poorly performing Motorola, HTC is aiming to cut operating costs with the same move. Is this part of a larger trend?
2009-07-13 RS CEO takes a bullish view of Asia
In an interview with EE Times-Asia, Ian Mason, group chief executive of RS Components, shares his excitement over the Asia Pacific region's promising growth despite the downturn.
2016-04-14 Renesas claims industry first in supporting USB PD v.2, v.3
Renesas Electronics is claiming an industry first with its power supply IC, the RAA230161, in supporting the USB PD 2.0 and 3.0 spec and achieving multi-voltage outputs from 5V to 20V with a 95% efficiency.
2015-10-21 Protect IP, business model with software licence management
As the value of devices continues to shift from physical components towards software running the device, the need to protect and flexibly control that software is becoming paramount. Here's a primer on software licence management.
2009-09-29 Premier Farnell increases Web focus
Premier Farnell Asia Pacific president Syed Salman H. talks about the company's focus on the Web and its "element14" Website.
2016-03-23 Postcards from a quantum computing lab
Michael Dunn, editor at EDN, recently toured the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo and came back impressed and armed with photos.
2013-02-25 NI sees Asia moving up the innovation chain
National Instruments executives believe the company is positioned well in Asia with its broad-based approach in weathering out economic volatility.
2015-01-22 Microsoft breaks into AR with Windows 10
Microsoft earlier today demonstrated Windows 10 operating system’s cross-device compatibility and ease of use in new areas of technology, including augmented reality.
2004-03-01 Market study bares embedded systems development trends
According to Venture Development Corp., the market for embedded OSs would reach over $1 billion by 2007, with Asia-Pacific leading the growth trend.
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal?
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition.
2015-06-03 Intel Keynote: Wireless everywhere
Intel's message yesterday at the Computex Taipei was mainly around "wireless," from wireless charging to collaboration to Atom-based mobile devices powerful enough for gaming.
2015-11-13 iFixit takes apart iPad Pro
iFixit has ripped apart the iPad Pro o check its reparability. Thanks to their work, engineers get to freely look at what makes this product sing or suck.
2014-10-29 FTDI driver upgrade challenges counterfeiters
A driver update unintentionally bricks fake FTDI parts, offering a rare chance for the company and buyers to weed out counterfeits.
2003-03-03 Engineers choose 32bit MPUs/MCUs, VxWorks
EETimes - Asia and Gartner Dataquest's joint survey examined usage patterns, understand buying behavior and delineate trends in the embedded systems' marketplace.
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