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ModelSim added to Actel FPGA design
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Mentor Graphics' Model Technology subsidiary and Actel have made an OEM agreement to provide Actel customers with access to the ModelSim language-neutral simulation tool.
AMCC makes NPU splash
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After inventing the network processing unit market in 1997, MMC Networks appeared to be swept under by a wave of second-generation NPUs from Intel, Motorola and others. But under new parent AMCC, the company is showing that it won't be pushed aside so easily.
Analog Devices strikes partnership to increase its use of the Internet
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NORWOOD, Mass.--Analog Devices Inc. here today announced an expanded alliance with Internet technology supplier Molecular Inc. in Watertown, Mass., to develop new Internet solutions for the semiconductor company and a long-term roadmap for Web-based business applications.
Throwing out the "electronics box" in car design
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STMicroelectronics claims to have eliminated the need for a separate "electronics box" with its latest controller that can be directly embedded in the motor assemblies and solenoids of cars.
Chip sales suffer worst drop in May since slump began, says new SIA report
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SAN JOSE -- Excess inventories and growing economic weakness worldwide pushed chip sales in May to their lowest monthly levels since September 1999, said the Semiconductor Industry Association today. The SIA's new monthly sales report shows chip revenues dropping 7.3% to $12.71 billion in May from $13.72 billion in April.
Intellectual property developers hit in Altera layoffs in Europe
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PLD specialist Altera has limited layoffs among its European workforce, but they will hit some staff involved in its intellectual property development programme.
Industry must support engineering GCSE or it will fail
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Without more support from industry, the newly announced vocational GCSE in engineering will fail.
IBM builds 210GHz transistor in SiGe process
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IBM Corp researchers say they have built a transistor with a switching frequency of 210GHz, based on the company's 0.18micron bipolar silicon germanium process
Nuclear and solar fans square up over energy as the government reconsiders nuclear
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The government's energy review, announced last week, could spark a political battle between supporters of renewable energy, including solar power, and the nuclear industry.
Intel's P4 hit by rationed licences and competition from AMD
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Intel's attempts to sell Pentium 4 processors could face another crunch because of its decision to license vital technology only in exchange for "equivalent technology".
Free web core compatible with ARM7 32bit risc processor
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A Chinese graduate student is offering freely downloadable source code for the description of a synthesisable processor core claimed to be compatible with the ARM732bit risc processor.
Big players not to benefit fully from R&D tax credit extension
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Leading industry associations say that large technology companies will not benefit fully from the planned extension of R&D tax credits.
Wireless DSP Cores
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WLAN Reference Design
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Quad transceiver
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OC-192 Test System
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Network Security Processor
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Net Processor Environment
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Mobile Comm Op Amps
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HA Software Suite
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Ethernet Verification Platform
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Dual PLL Family
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DSP
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DSL Protocol Test System
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DC-DC Power Modules
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CPCI SBC
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CPCI HA system
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Broadband Test System
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Bluetooth/WLAN chipset
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Bluetooth Module
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Add-Drop Multiplexer
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5-GHz embedded antenna
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2.4-GHz SiGe RF IC
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130-MHz DAC
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10 GE/POS PHY IC
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Broadband Update from the Floor
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Bulking up for VoIP
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