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2008-11-12 A high-five for high-k reinvented transistors
Nov.10 marks a major milestone: the one-year anniversary of shipping the world's first ever Intel processors manufactured on our 45 nanometer processbased on an entirely new 'high-k metal gate' transistor formula.
2007-01-04 802.11n morphs into home video stream spec
The draft silicon of 802.1n networks sampled in 2006 changed its focus to a singular concentration on IPTV and HDTV video streams.
2015-06-03 5G Wi-Fi platform boasts five-core processor
The 5G WiFi XStream platform from Broadcom incorporates a BCM47094 1.4GHz Dual ARM Cortex-A9 host processor and three BCM4366 4x4 radios, each with an integrated 800MHz A7 CPU for WiFi processing.
2015-11-03 5G mobile systems roadmap to allow faster deployment
The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly detailed technical performance requirements for radio systems to support 5G, in collaboration with industry and national and regional standards organisations.
2009-12-01 45nm mobile processor delivers 30fps video playback
Renesas' SH-Mobile APE4 45nm mobile processor can be operated at a clock frequency in excess of 1GHz.
2010-06-23 24-core DSP delivers over 36 GMACs at <55mW
Boosting the processing power of its DSP chips, Octasic Inc. is increasing the number of Opus DSP cores from 15 to 24.
2008-08-11 1394-over-coax gives backbone to home nets
Pulse?Link, for several tears, has touted its flavor of UWB technology as suitable for home video networks using power lines, phone wiring, or coax cabling as the data highway.
2004-08-05 1394 finding design-ins despite competition
The market for products meeting the IEEE 1394 specification continues to be characterized by both tremendous opportunity and enormous ambiguity, according to a report by In-Stat/MDR.
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.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
2007-06-15 'Digital self' reaches out from the digital home
Today's digital home is giving way to a new 'digital self' who is all about enriching what's in the home and bringing it into the outside world.
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