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2005-08-29 Solve the complexity crisis in network system design
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge by providing equipment with the necessary performance
2002-10-14 Snubbed at home, chip startups pursue options in Asia
With start-up semiconductor companies being bypassed in the United States, they are training their eyes in Asia.
2011-06-16 SMSC tech targets PC, gaming apps
SMSC released KleerNet technology, a wireless audio connectivity solution for PC, tablet, home theater and gaming.
2006-06-07 Single-chip home gateway reduces chip count by 60%
Infineon's single-chip solution allows manufacturers of residential broadband products to use up to 60 percent fewer chips.
2006-03-16 Security ICs add muscle for faster, deeper inspection
Bottlenecks in today's security appliances are pushing chipmakers to offer more integrated silicon and systems that promise to speed throughput to gigabit rates.
2007-08-01 Roads diverge on the way to thinner PCs
Engineers are forging ahead on two fronts to define lower-power, lower-cost devices that deliver the full capabilities of a desktop PC.
2003-05-09 RISC controller targets low-cost networking products
Toshiba Corp.'s T6TC1XB-0001 RISC networking controller is specifically developed for low-cost networking applications.
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.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2006-03-01 Reference platform puts GPS in mobile devices
NeoMagic, NordNav and SiGe Semiconductor have unveiled a reference platform that aims to assist manufacturers in designing GPS-enabled multimedia cellphones and personal navigation devices.
2011-10-06 Reference design geared for home automation
SmartPulse IP gateway reference design enables home automation wireless sensor for remote management.
2015-04-27 Qualcomm looks for new revenue source
Qualcomm is heavily dependent on a single market segment (smartphones), while its revenues are susceptible to the whims of the two top-tier smartphone vendorsApple and Samsung.
2005-01-11 Protocom overcomes portable constraints with hard-wired video SoC
Protocom Technology sprung a full-duplex, hard-wired SoC audio/video solution at the International Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas.
2002-11-20 Pre-spec 802.11g silicon raises interoperability fears
Chipset vendors are moving headlong into IEEE 802.11g WLAN silicon before the ink is dry on the standard, hoisting the specter of non-interoperable 802.11g solutions in a market that has depended on interoperability for its very success.
2010-04-06 PoE controller monitors up to 32 devices
From Micrel Inc. comes a PoE power sourcing equipment (PSE) controller that provides eight ports of IEEE 802.3af-compliant power delivery in a compact 64-pin LQFP package.
2012-04-13 PoE controller lowers BOM cost
The Si3462 controller from Silicon Labs eases the development of PSE endpoints such as residential gateways, STBs, fiber optic media converters, and surveillance and security systems.
2006-04-10 PMU designed for multimedia apps
Royal Philips Electronics announced the launch of its latest power management unit, the PCF50626.
2006-12-12 PMC-Sierra brings carrier-grade services to the home
PMC-Sierra's MSP7100-based reference platforms are available in a range of WAN interface configurations including ADLS2+, VDSL2, Ethernet and EPON to enable robust delivery of carrier-grade services into the digital home.
2011-01-11 Persona ICE Platform powers tablets, enables connected home
Designed in a low power 40nm CMOS silicon process, Broadcom's next-gen Persona ICE Solution gets picked by Compal Electronics to address growing tablet and connected home market.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2006-05-01 Overcoming DSL STB design challenges for IPTV
In a bid to overcome DSL set-top box design hurdles, component manufacturers are introducing fully designed and documented development boards, with interfaces and other design issues resolved.
2010-02-05 Optical network IC packs six-port GbE switch
Marvell launches a family of passive optical networks chips that integrate six-port Gbit Ethernet switch that supports Audio-Video Bridging, IP multicasting and a draft Energy-Efficient Ethernet standard.
2009-02-19 Netlogic, Wintegra to co-develop reference solution
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. and Wintegra team up to develop an application-intelligent deep-packet inspection (DPI) reference solution targeted at next-generation 4G/LTE and HSPA+ wireless base station and aggregation backhaul systems.
2002-04-10 Motorola teams with Telcordia
Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector has formed a strategic alliance with Telcordia Technologies, aiming to offer high-quality, cost effective, next-generation communications and connectivity solutions for 5685x DSP-based packet voice, data and telephony applications.
2006-07-06 Mobilic unveils dev't kit for portable consumer products
Mobilic announced its new, portable multimedia device solution that combines the features of a digital camera, PMP, Java games, Web browsing and a production-ready development kit.
2008-04-03 MIPS unveils licensable core for multiprocessing
MIPS Technologies is rolling out its first licensable core geared for coherent multiprocessingthe MIPS 1004Kwhich can support up to four cores on a chip, each running two threads.
2014-09-18 MediaTek bares first 2T2R 802.11n Wi-Fi AP SoC
The new SoC from MediaTek enables high data transmission rates for voice and video applications in smart homes while consuming the least amount of power.
2007-06-21 Manufacturers ride the PON wave
It's getting crowded in the passive optical networks arena as manufacturers try to take a piece of action in the segment offering the only alternative for homes with multiple HDTV sets.
2011-11-30 Making heterogeneous network possible
Here's a discussion on heterogeneous network (HetNet), a technology that will rely heavily on SoC integration to handle the computational complexity of many different types of small cell Evolved NodeB LTE base stations.
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