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2007-11-23 Innovation center expands Freescale India operations
Having been designing and developing software in India since 1998, Freescale Semiconductor plans to establish an International Center of Excellence for Innovation in the country.
2012-08-01 Infotainment, green trends fuel auto IC biz
Car manufacturers increase market share with vehicles powered by environment-friendly technology and networking capabilities.
2007-07-16 India, China cellphone markets go head-to-head
Big multinational cellphone makers have piled onto India, chasing trendsetters and first-time buyers in remote villages. Expansion in India now rivals China, the world's largest cellular market.
2008-07-09 India seeks to boost efforts in IP firms
Indian technology companies facing cost pressures from a global economic slump and domestic competition are seeking a way out by boosting R&D investments to develop semiconductor intellectual property
2008-03-11 India manufacturing gets boost from NXP
NXP Semiconductors India targets to boost the Indian manufacturing ecosystem for wireless handsets and is looking into alternative markets for its semiconductors
2005-09-16 In-Stat sees India as Asia's fastest growing entity
Rising to become the second largest mobile market in the world, India is swiftly becoming the focal point for global mobile handset manufacturers.
2008-11-14 IMEC, Panasonic team on IC, biomedical research
Nanoelectronics research center IMEC and Panasonic Corp. have signed a joint research contract concerning the most advanced technologies in the semiconductor, networks, wireless and biomedical fields
2011-10-14 Imec, Holst Centre detail 6-10GHz band sol'n
The impulse-radio ultra-wideband technology supports battery-operated mobile and sensing applications.
2011-11-25 Image gallery: Japan zooms in on the smart home
The Embedded Technology 2011 event showed that since the March 11 earthquake disaster, the Japanese electronics industry has shifted its focus to smart home technologies.
2009-10-05 IC vendor watch: Who's got cash?
The biggest IC firms by revenue rank not only among the best in their respective industry segments but are also more likely to have huge piles of cash for acquisitions, R&D and product development
2007-10-24 IBM, MediaTek promise fast HDTV streaming sans wires
IBM and MediaTek will develop chipsets that can wirelessly transmit a full-length HD movie to and from a home PC, handheld device, retail kiosk or TV, nearly as fast as a viewer can push their remote control.
2009-07-01 Huawei opens LTE lab in Tokyo
Long Term Evolution (LTE) gets a big boost forward with the establishment of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd's R&D lab in Japan Otemachi, Tokyo, Japan
2008-03-19 HP Labs on course to carving own space
Squeezed between Intel and AMD on hardware and Microsoft and Google on software, HP needs to carve out its own space to innovate. And by all accounts, it's off to a good start.
2008-06-04 HKSTP, Canada government ink deal on tech biz
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corp. and The Ministry of Advanced Education and Technology of the government of Alberta, Canada have signed a memorandum of understanding to help firms from Alberta find an easier path to Hong Kong and China's expanding markets.
2005-11-01 Handset demands set momentum for China ODM
SIM Technology Group's 125 percent profit increase indicates a promising future in China's mobile-phone industry.
2007-01-01 Handhelds, autos focus on consumer experience
As new portable devices emerge, the attention shifts to wireless connectivity, storage, audio and portable-related technologies as well as power consumption and interference hurdles
2009-06-15 Freescale won't go fabless despite downturn
Freescale Semiconductor general manager EMEA Steve Wainwright explains why the company will never go fables despite the current market conditions.
2007-08-16 Freescale platform ends remote control era
A networking protocol for controllers and controlled devices is claimed to enable wireless interoperability among multiple consumer electronics appliances from multiple manufacturers and may end the era of the remote control
2006-08-22 Freescale expands India presence
Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its India operations with a new 100,000-sq. foot facility in Bangalore to support Freescale's R&D in software for wireless technologies.
2010-06-11 Freescale boosts Chengdu design center ops
Offering a rare peek inside an IC design and R&D center in China, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. revealed plans to expand its efforts amid booming demand in the nation
2009-05-19 Firms team to advance China handset market
China Telecommunications Technology Labs (CTTL) and Spreadtrum Communications (Shanghai) Co. Ltd have partnered on researching new technologies and services in wireless communications and multimedia terminals to promote innovative research of new technologies and services that meet the requirements of the Chinese mobile handset market
2007-10-29 Firms form DTV testing group in Hong Kong
A group of companies has entered an agreement to set up the Hong Kong Digital Terrestrial Television Local Testing Group, the first organization to support both the roll out and testing of the DTV broadcasting technology in Hong Kong.
2013-10-18 Fast-charging supercaps using energy harvesters
Know the ways to speed-up charging of a supercapacitor by more than 20 times when compared to existing systems.
2004-04-29 Ericsson's DSP shift rekindles basestation debate
Ericsson has shifted to a DSP-only, software-defined approach to basestation design in response to the cost, processing and flexibility requirements of 3G wireless infrastructure
2004-12-02 Epson, Toyo to merge quartz device operations
Japanese quartz device suppliers Seiko Epson Corp. and Toyo Communications Equipment are planning to merge their activities in the sector, with the companies setting a start date of October 2005 for the joint venture.
2011-10-13 Enterprise tablet touts secure OS, rugged design
Motorola Solutions' ET1 sports a Corning Gorilla glass and runs on a modified Android OS.
2007-12-05 Energy harvesting finds spot in sensor nets
At least two energy harvesting companies are reporting sharp increases in sales to customers who are finding all types of ordinary uses for energy harvesting devices in advance of widespread deployment of wireless sensor networks
2007-03-05 Energy estimator rolls for Tensilica processors
Tensilica's energy estimator lets design engineers perform "what if" scenarios that help slice power consumption in the media-rich processor technologies the company offers.
2015-07-03 Elektrobit changes name to Bittium
The sale of Elektrobit's automotive business to supplier Continental was closed on July 1, 2015, which paid about $665.06 million for the subsidiary headquartered in Erlangen (Germany).
2003-06-16 DSP apps facilitate next-gen cellphones01
The article provides an overview of how DSP solutions enable and enhance the capabilities of the wireless handsets
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