Power couple reconciles News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment IBM and Freescale, which had a parting of the ways after co-developing the Power microprocessor in the 1990s, have reunited their efforts through the Power.org group.
New cable eases data-center crunch News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment Quellan Inc. and W.L. Gore & Associates have collaborated on a new copper interconnect for data center systems that the duo claims will significantly reduce power, size and latency while extending reach.
Falling ASPs for TV ICs impact revenue growth News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment While revenue for TV IC manufacturers declined 3 percent quarter-to-quarter due to ASP margin declines in second quarter 2007, TV IC shipments increased 12 percent quarter-to-quarter and 51 percent year-to-year, according to DisplaySearch.
Imagine Optic leads adaptive optics project News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment Imagine Optic, French manufacturer of wavefront metrology and adaptive optics technology, has been entrusted with the leadership of MICADO (MICroscopy with ADaptive Optics), a three-year project that aims to develop new technology using adaptive optics for detecting and treating neurological disorders.
Bosch, Nokia, Ferrari, Flextronics, lead story ranking News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment Here are the top five online news stories for the week beginning Sunday Sept. 23, as ranked by EE Times Europe readers, up to and including Friday, Sept. 28. The ranking is based on the number of reader "views" or "hits" on a particular article.
Alcatel-Lucent, Intel team on interoperability testing Product News 9/28/2007 Post a comment Alcatel-Lucent announced it has extended its collaboration with Intel Corp. (Santa Clara, Calif.). This comes a few days after the signature of an agreement with California-based Kyocera Wireless Corp on the development of end-to-end WiMAX mobile broadband solutions.
Newly-funded M2000 preps FPGA product family News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment M2000 Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) a programmable logic intellectual property licensor founded in France in 1996 is about to launch what it describes as a "breakthrough" in programmable logic technology. The company claims that its technology will provide higher logic density, functionality and speed at less cost than competing solutions.
Czech out Ethernet's latest Euro hotspots News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment Central and Eastern Europe are emerging as major growth hotspots for carrier Ethernet systems as incumbent and competitive carriers build out new networks and launch new residential and enterprise services.
France's CEA selects TotalView debugger News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment The Military Application Division of the French Atomic Energy Agency has selected the debugger from TotalView Technologies, LLC (Natick, Massachusetts) so as to streamline the development and maintain the integrity of its mission-critical applications.
Wideband log detector delivers high dynamic range up to 10 GHz News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment Hittite Microwave Corporation has introduced its fourth logarithmic detector/controller product, which is ideal for RF power measurement and control in cellular/PCS/3G, WiMAX, WiBro, fixed wireless, radio link and radar applications over the full 1 MHz to 10 GHz frequency range.
IMEC sets new record for 9bit, 50 MSamples/s SAR ADC with a figure of merit of 65 fJ News & Analysis 9/28/2007 Post a comment An ultra-low power (0.7 mW), high-speed (50 MSamples/s) analog to digital converter (ADC), presented by IMEC at this year's ISSCC conference, achieves a figure of merit of 65 fJ per conversion step. This is 2.5 times better than the best ADC of this kind ever reported in research papers and an order of magnitude better than the best commercially available ADC IP blocks in 90nm CMOS.
My Mom the Radio Star Max MaxfieldPost a comment I've said it before and I'll say it again -- it's a funny old world when you come to think about it. Last Friday lunchtime, for example, I received an email from Tim Levell, the editor for ...
A Book For All Reasons Bernard Cole1 Comment Robert Oshana's recent book "Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (Newnes/Elsevier)," written and edited with Mark Kraeling, is a 'book for all reasons.' At almost 1,200 pages, it ...