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Nvidia expands deployment of NextOp's assertion synthesis tool
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5/2/2011   Post a comment
Chipmaker Nvidia Corp. announced it has expanded the deployment of the BugScope assertion synthesis product from Santa Clara-based NextOp Software Inc.
Leakage power – it’s worse than you think
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5/2/2011   13 comments
As the world uses more and more mobile electronic products, controlling power consumption is the primary limiter of scaling semiconductor process technologies and adding features to integrated circuits.
AMD brings high-end graphics to embedded
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5/2/2011   3 comments
AMD announced what it claimed is the first graphics chip for embedded systems to support general purpose jobs using Microsoft's DirectX 11 or the OpenCL standard
2G module with integrated A-GPS receiver claims to be world's smallest
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5/1/2011   1 comment
The GE864-GPS from Telit Wireless Solutions, is a quad band module and claims to be the smallest, most efficient GSM/GPRS M2M module on the market with embedded GPS receiver.
Ultra low latency high-bandwidth 10G bit TCP offload engine SoC
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5/1/2011   Post a comment
Intilop announced a Mega IP SoC for Altera FPGAs that integrates the company's flagship 10G bit TCP Offload Engine (TOE), a very low latency 10G EMAC, a CPU interface and an MDIO controller.
High linearity dual downconverting mixers reduce power consumption for 4G MIMO receivers
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5/1/2011   Post a comment
Linear Technology has unveiled the LTC559x family of four high dynamic range dual downconverting mixers covering the 600 MHz to 4.5 GHz wireless infrastructure frequency range.
IDT claims industry's widest range of poly-phase power metering solutions for smart grid applications
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5/1/2011   Post a comment
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. has unveiled a new family of poly-phase power metering ICs that offer the widest dynamic range and lowest temperature coefficient in the industry.
BMW connects MINI drivers to social networks
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5/1/2011   3 comments
BMW has a reputation for taking the lead when it comes to integrating fashionable consumer electronics functions and gadgets into its vehicles. In particular for its MINI brand, BMW engineers made great efforts to attract zeitgeisty customers and - as its next step - is now offering access to social networks during the ride.
EnOcean now fully interoperable with TCP/IP
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5/1/2011   1 comment
The EnOcean Alliance, a consortium of companies working to standardize and internationalize energy harvesting wireless technology for green intelligent buildings, announced that its wireless, battery-less energy harvesting sensors and associated control systems are now fully interoperable with TCP/IP.
TriQuint brings GaAs to the masses
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5/1/2011   1 comment
In 1985, a group of engineers left Tektronix Inc., and founded TriQuint Semiconductor Inc., to pursue gallium arsenide (GaAs) technology for high performance wireless applications.
ESC: ADLINK's PICMG 1.3 SHB features 2nd Gen Intel Core i7 processor and Q67 Express chipset
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5/1/2011   Post a comment
The ADLINK NuPROE340 utilizes the 2nd generation quad-core Intel Core i7 processor at core speeds up to 3.4 GHz integrated with the Intel Q67 Express Chipset PCH, and supports the latest high-speed data transfer interfaces such as USB 3.0 and SATA 6 Gb/s (SATA III).
ESC: VIA Nano X2 E-Series dual core processors for 64-bit x86 apps debut at ESC
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5/1/2011   Post a comment
VIA Nano X2 E-Series processors combine two 64-bit, superscalar VIA Nano cores on one die, offering enhanced multi-tasking and multimedia performance on a low power budget.
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