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Chip-Dienstleister eSilicon verstärkt Europa-Standbein
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9/30/2005   Post a comment
Der kalifornische Chip-Dienstleister eSilicon will seine Dependance in Europa deutlich ausbauen. Nicht London, Paris oder München hat sich das schnell wachsende Unternehmen für seine Niederlassung ausgesucht, sondern Bukarest in Rumänien. Deutschland bleibt ein wichtiger Absatzmarkt.
Digital power control platform is flexible, reconfigurable initially targeting military test
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Elgar Electronics announces ReFlex Power (RFP) for military automated test. It uses digital control and power technologies in a dense, modular, programmable power system.
Comparator draws zero current
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Micrel Inc. claims this precision micro-power battery monitor/comparator with an on-chip 2.55-V reference voltage source features an extremely low supply current and draws virtually zero current from a battery or monitored voltage source.
Startup to develop litho process window apps with Crolles2
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Startup Brion Technologies has signed a joint development agreement with the partners in the Crolles2 R&D alliance.
Interface chip adds safety features to industrial automation systems
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ZMD AG has introduced the SAP5 universal actuator-sensor interface (AS-i) chip that is designed to provide industrial automation systems with safety features.
USB peripheral controller features 26-MHz SPI interface
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The newest USB controller from Maxim Integrated Products dubbed the MAX3420E is designed with a 26-MHz serial peripheral interface (SPI) and integrates the digital and analog circuitry needed to implement a full-speed USB peripheral interface compliant to the USB specification 2.0.
Digi adds ARM-based core modules to ConnectCore line
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Digi International announced the expansion of its ConnectCore family of core modules to include the ConnectCore 7U, ConnectCore 9P 9360 and ConnectCore 9P 9750.
Hifn lowers revenue guidance
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Hifn said it expects fiscal 2005 fourth quarter results to be below the company's earlier expectations, "primarily due to continued softness in orders from customers in the telecommunications industries." Hifn's fiscal fourth quarter closes Friday.
U-Nav files answer, counterclaim to SiRF's complaint
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U-Nav Microelectronics has filed in U.S. District Court an answer and counterclaim to the complaint for patent infringement filed by SiRF Technology.
Keep an eye on capital spending, analyst firm warns
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Based on capital spending outlay during the first half of 2005, semiconductor capital equipment companies should not expect strong second-half sales, according to market analyst firm IC Insights.
India's TCS launches R&D lab for emerging technologies
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India’s largest software services company, Tata Consultancy Services, has opened an R&D facility in New Delhi to focus on emerging technologies that could drive disruptive change in the global technology industry and develop re-usable frameworks using these.
Samsung’s transparency under investigation
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Amid a major fab expansion program in its flagship electronics unit, the Samsung Group conglomerate said that it hopes to reach a compromise with the South Korean government over its controversial corporate governance practices.
Litho magnification ratio unlikely to change at 32 nm
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The existing lithography mask standard of 4X magnification with 26-mm field size is will likely remain unchanged through the 32-nm technology node, according to a consensus of semiconductor equipment suppliers and manufactures at a recent Sematech-sponsored workshop.
Micron posts gain on higher DRAM sales
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Memory supplier Micron Technology Inc. posted net earnings of $43 million, or 7 cents per share, on sales of $1.26 billion in the fourth fiscal 2005 quarter ended Sept. 1, compared to a net loss of $128 million, or 20 cents per share on sales of $1.05 billion the previous quarter.
La pénurie d’ingénieurs préoccupe les dirigeants asiatiques
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Un manque croissant d’ingénieurs et de travailleurs qualifiés en général pourrait endiguer la croissance de la région Asie-Pacifique, et plus particulièrement celle de Singapour.
PoE controller sources three operating extras
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX5945 is a quad power-sourcing-equipment (PSE) controller for power-over-Ethernet (PoE) with extra flexibility. In addition to providing the PSE's usual discovery, classification, current limit, and DC and AC load disconnect detection functions for a powered device (PD), the fully compliant IEEE802.3af controller provides three features not available from competing devices, according to the company.
Rambus et Renesas signent un accord de 5 ans
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Rambus Inc. a annoncé la signature d’un accord de licence brevetée avec le Japonais Renesas Technology Corp. permettant le développement et la fabrication de circuits intégrés à partir d’interfaces de Rambus.
Carrier deploys Coaxsys system for IPTV
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Coaxsys Inc. has scored a significant IPTV deployment win in the southwest U.S., where NTS Communications will use Coaxys's TVnet equipment to provide IPTV to subscribers in seven states.
Bell Labs discloses 100-G Ethernet over optical
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Lucent Bell Labs presented two papers at the European Conference on Optical Communication detailing work on optical transmission using the emerging 100-Gbit Ethernet standard.
Green Hills MULTI IDE supports both VxWorks 5 and 6
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Keeping the pressure on Wind River in the device software optimization segment of the embedded market, Green Hills Software is now offering something that the latter does not: a single development environment for both versions 5 and 6 of its VxWorks RTOS.
High-speed backplane connector platform adds mezzanine versions
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Providing more board-stacking options, FCI has expanded its AirMax VS shieldless high-speed backplane connector family with the development of mezzanine connectors.
Yogitech offering mixed-signal verification kit
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Yogitech introduced an integrated, automated verification component kit that the company claims that goes beyond the limits of traditional mixed-signal verification solutions to drastically reduce verification time and increase quality.
14-bit A/D targets wideband apps
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Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) said this 14-bit, 170 megasample/second analog-to-digital converter features unmatched dynamic performance.
Packaging equipment firm raises $10 million
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Nexx Systems Inc., a supplier of processing equipment for wafer level packaging, said it has closed a Series C round of financing at approximately $10 million.
Cypress rolls out zero-delay buffers
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Cypress Semiconductor announced the production availability of enhanced performance zero-delay buffers, which Cypress claims outperform pin-compatible products for high-speed communications and consumer devices.
Motorola exec to Congress: improve communications
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Motorola Inc. corporate vice president of technology Gary Grube has called on Congress to immediately improve the nation's emergency communications infrastructure in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Low-cost data-acq modules leverage USB 2.0
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Here's news of two low-cost USB 2.0 multi-function data acquisition devices. These low-noise modules are powered by the 12-Mbit/s USB bus and convert at 10-ksample/s and 48-ksample/s speeds.
ARM MCU based modules offer integrated Ethernet networking functionality
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Digi International’s ConnectCore embedded core modular products based on NetSilicon’s ARM7 and ARM9 processor cores, enable users to easily design in main processing functionality with fully integrated Ethernet networking capabilities.
3.2 MP sensor brings high-end digital photos to mainstream handsets
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Marking a new step in making high-end digital photography available to more mobile devices, OmniVision Technologies, Inc. has launched its new OV3630, a high performance 3.2-megapixel CMOS image sensor for digital still image and video/still camera products. Incorporating the company's new 2.2 micron OmniPixel2 technology, the new imager, with a lens format of 1/3.2 inches, enables a very compact auto focus and zoom camera module size, making it possible to bring 3-megapixel camera phones into t
microBGA prototyping adapter simplifies device test
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Ironwood Electronics offers a new prototyping adapter for 0.5-mm pitch, 84-position, microBGA (μBGA) ICs. The new PA-BGA84C-P-Z-01 adapter is a part of the company's new high-performance product line that allows for quick prototyping of μBGA packaged ICs without complicated circuit board design.
RF startup starts sampling quad-band transceiver
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Founded in 2002, IRF Semiconductor Inc. has begun sampling its first product, a quad-band RF transceiver implemented in CMOS and intended for use with GSM/GPRS/EDGE family of wireless communication standards, according to information at its website.
Koreaner bauen leistungsfähigste Brennstoffzelle
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Die Siegerpalme für die leistungsfähigste portable Brennstoffzelle beansprucht Koreas größtes Chemieunternehmen LG Chem Ltd für sich. Das Unternehmen will das Produkt noch in diesem Jahr auf den Markt bringen.
iSuppli boosts LCD-TV shipment forecast
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and material suppliers, market research firm iSuppli Corp. has raised its forecast for LCD-TV shipments, citing declining prices, rising consumer acceptance and increasingly efficient panel production.
Half-sized desktop supply delivers 120 watts
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XP Power says its AML120 desktop supply, at 120 watts, is half the size of most competing AC/DC products. The supply measures just 6.58-by-2.56-by-1.46 inches.
Neue Board-Computer von Kontron
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Mit einer Reihe neuer Board-Computer deckt Kontron eine breite Spanne von Erfordernissen ab. Die Neuheiten reichen vom Hutschienen-PC mit intelligentem, lüfterlosem Temperaturmanagement bis zum Xscale-Board im Sub-Scheckkarten-Format.
Veteran of 17 years appointed CEO of LTX
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
David Tacelli is to take over from Roger Blethen as chief executive officer of LTX Corp. the semiconductor test equipment company announced. The move is take effect from Nov. 1, the start of the company’s next fiscal quarter and Blethen is to continue in the role of chairman of the board.
Wipro demos video transfer over UWB
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Wipro Technologies, the design services arm of Wipro Ltd., demonstrated video transfer between two laptops using ultrawideband technology.
MOSFET research growing, says report
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Manufacturers are pouring millions of dollars in research to continued refining the metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET), which remains the most popular technology at 300 volts and below, according to a report by market research firm Frost and Sullivan.
LG claims most advanced fuel cell
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LG Chem Ltd., the largest chemical company in South Korea, claimed that it has completed the development of the world’s most advanced portable fuel cell.
Tata launches R&D lab for emerging technologies
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India’s largest software services company, Tata Consultancy Services, has opened an R&D lab in New Delhi focusing on emerging technologies.
AmberWave adds patent to Intel wrangle
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AmberWave Systems Corp., a developer of strained silicon technology, said it filed a complaint against Intel Corp. in the federal district court in Marshall, Texas, alleging infringement of its recently issued U.S patent numbered 6,946,371. The company added that since its filing Intel has filed a lawsuit seeking a declaration that it does not infringe the same patent in the federal district court in Wilmington, Delaware.
Ericsson, SeaMobile team on wireless network at sea
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Wireless communications company Ericsson has signed a three-year contract with wireless voice and data supplier SeaMobile Inc., to provide wireless voice and data services at sea.
Chipdesigner treffen sich auf der Euro DesignCon
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Ingenieure aus den Bereichen Elektronikentwicklung und Chipdesigner finden auf der Euro DesignCon eine Plattform für den Informationsaustausch. Die Veranstaltung findet vom 24. bis 26. Oktober im Münchner Sheraton Grand Hotel statt.
WLAN-to-CDMA connectivity pact signed
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QUALCOMM's Mobile Station Modem chipsets will support Philips' wireless local area network (WLAN) module.
Celestial licenses LSI Logic DSP
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Chinese chip company Celestial Semiconductor Inc., a company focusing on developing integrated circuits to implement the Chinese AVS multimedia standard, has licensed the ZSP400 digital signal processor (DSP) core and ZSP Audio Platform from LSI Logic Corp.
Software eases Bluetooth cell phone-to-PC connectivity
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Broadcom's BLINK software makes connectivity easier by providing users with a graphical representation of their cellular phones on their desktop or notebook PC screens.
Selon le PDG de Philips, l’industrie n’innove pas assez
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Le Président-directeur général de Royal Philips Electronics NV a signalé que l’« excès d’électronique » et le désenchantement des utilisateurs finaux, dont souffre l’industrie, étaient dus au manque d’innovation.
Texas Instruments will alleine bestehen
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Texas Instruments will seine Zukunft aus eigener Kraft meistern. Das Unternehmen vertraue auf seine eigenen Herstellungsverfahren, erklärt Unternehmenschef Richard Templeton. Allianzen mit anderen Halbleiterherstellern lehnt der Manager ab.
Rambus, Renesas sign five-year deal
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Memory interface licensor Rambus Inc. said it had signed a patent license agreement with Japan’s Renesas Technology Corp. that allows the development and manufacture of integrated circuits employing Rambus’ interfaces and is an effective renewal of past agreements.
Infineon, Nanya extend development cooperation
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Infineon Technologies AG and Nanya Technology Corp. said they have signed an agreement to extend their DRAM cooperation to the joint development of 60-nanometer manufacturing processes for 300-mm diameter wafers, starting immediately.
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