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Broadcom to acquire Dune Networks for $178 million
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
Fabless chip vendor Broadcom plans to acquire Dune Networks, a developer of solutions for data center networking equipment, in a deal worth $178 million, the company said.
Firm to lease New York fabs, facilities
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
Real estate firm Binswanger has been named exclusive agent by IBM Corp. for the lease of two fabs and industrial space located in East Fishkill, N.Y.
Silicon Frontline licenses fast 3D extraction tool
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
Image sensor provider Aptina announced it has licensed the Fast 3D software for post-layout verification and fast 3D extraction from startup Silicon Frontline Technology, Inc. to improve its image sensor design accuracy and manufacturing quality.
D&R adds configurable documentation platform
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
Design & Reuse SA (D&R), a global collaboration network for sharing system-on-chip (SoC) design resources, announced a configurable documentation platform as part of its Enterprise Intranet Platform.
Spansion MirrorBit module available for Spartan-6
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NOR flash vendor Spansion saidits MirrorBit flash memory is now available as a verified configuration solution for Xilinx' Spartan-6 FPGA family.
Analysis: Sleeping giant Applied wakes up
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The sleeping giant woke up in the fab tool business, but will its rivals take notice or respond with a yawn?
250-MSPS, 14-bit ADC claims lowest power consumption
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Texas Instruments has introduced the first in a new class of high-speed analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that claims to deliver ultra-low power consumption and excellent dynamic performance across wide signal bandwidths from DC up to 550 MHz.
HiTek Power offers full RS232 control of 70 kV power supply
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
HiTek Power has added an RS232-controlled variant to its XRG70 series of compact high-voltage power supplies for high-performance analytical and measurement X-ray applications.
OTB Solar partnersTrident Solar to offer inkjet technologies to solar market
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
OTB Solar BV (Eindhoven, the Netherlands) and Trident Solar today announce a partnership for bringing innovative, cost-saving inkjet technologies to the solar market.
Low-power FPGA startup hits volume production
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Low-power FPGA startup SiliconBlue Technologies Corp. (Santa Clara, Calif.) has shipped production-volume quantities of its iCE65 mobileFPGA devices to more than 10 customers. The company claims it is the first new FPGA vendor to achieve this in 20 years.
Worst could be over for solar slump
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The solar industry is seeing its first downturn, but the worst could be over in the arena.
Wintegra samples wireless network processor
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Communications chip developer Wintegra Inc. (Austin, Texas) has said that the company's third-generation network access processor, the WinPath3, is now sampling.
Obducat's CEO resigns amid losses
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Patrik Lundstrom, chief executive of Obducat AB, has announced his intention to leave the nano-imprint lithography supplier.
Virtutech sets foot in China
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System simulation technology provider Virtutech Inc. announced it has created a subsidiary in Shanghai, China, in a view to support the growing demand for virtualized systems development solutions.
Survey shows how users want more on mobiles
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Users of mobile computing and portable communications expect to access more multimedia content over time but are not prepared to pay much by way of a subscription for the right, according to a survey conducted by ABI Research on behalf of Mirics Semiconductor Ltd. (Fleet, Hampshire).
Programmable low frequency wakeup receiver offers longest range and battery life in active tags
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
austriamicrosystems has expanded its RF product portfolio with the AS3930, a single-channel low power, low frequency wakeup receiver which claims to offer the highest sensitivity at lowest current consumption for the industry's best range.
Ceravision signs Toshiba for microwave lighting
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Ceravision Ltd. (Milton Keynes, England), developer of a microwave-powered light bulb, has formed an alliance with Toshiba Electronics to accelerate development of magnetrons for lighting applications.
October's averaged chip sales beat expectations
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The three-month average of global sales of semiconductors rose to $21.7 billion in October, ahead of expectations, up a 5.1 percent from September and down 3.5 percent from October 2008, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association.
Apple accused of NAND price manipulation, says Korean report
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Consumer electronics giant Apple Inc. is being accused of using its commanding purchasing position to manipulate NAND flash memory prices, according to a Korea Times article.
Phoenix Contact launched what it claims to be the world fastest I/O system
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Phoenix Contact's Axioline is a real-time I/O system that allows update times of 500 ns to 1 microsecond per terminal block depending on the I/O configuration.
Power source equipment integrated connector module
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The HyperJack PoE+ drop-in solution connector modules from Molex help migrate designs from non-PoE to fully-integrated Power over Ethernet Plus.
Battery monitoring components to the rescue of data centres
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LEM launched its Sentinel III portfolio of battery monitoring components, aimed at UPS installations in data centres.
CISSOID introduces high temperature 80 V small-signal N-channel MOSFET
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High temperature semiconductor specialist, CISSOID has introduced a new high temperature 80 V small-signal N-channel MOSFET transistor in its Planet family of high temperature transistors and switches.
Aeroflex Plainview adds eight new mini mux devices to HiRel analog multiplexer modules
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Aeroflex Plainview has added eight new products to its family of HiRel Analog Multiplexer Modules which are used in aerospace applications to send multiple signals to subsystems for monitoring.
Handheld analyzers give field engineers W-CDMA and HSDPA capabilities
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MT8222A and Spectrum Master™ MS272xB series analysers from Anritsu Company now boast added options that allow field engineers and technicians to conduct W-CDMA and HSDPA measurements faster and more efficiently during the installation and maintenance of wireless networks.
AWR and AMPSA partner to bring multimatch amplifier design technology to Microwave Office
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AWR and AMPSA (Pty) Ltd, a supplier of RF and microwave amplifier design software, today announced a relationship that enables AWR to incorporate AMPSA's Multimatch amplifier design technology as an optional module into its industry-leading Microwave Office high-frequency design software.
Smart grid hits snag over powerline standard
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11/30/2009   7 comments
The U.S. government is grappling with one of the first big snags in the wake of awarding $4 billion in grants to build a smart electric grid—how to find a standard that would let consumer appliances plug into an intelligent power network.
Engineers take a bad year in stride
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I tip my hat TO ENGINEERs.
2009 Salary Survey: Engineers take a bad year in stride
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11/30/2009   6 comments
Despite the toll of the past year on the economy in general and tech in particular, most EEs still love their jobs, wish to stay in the field and do not regret their investments in the profession.
Salary Survey: Chinese, Indian engineers expand wish list
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Engineers in China and India want more--more money, more societal recognition, higher positions at their employers.
Salary Survey: What ails Japanese engineers?
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11/30/2009   1 comment
The struggle for relevance in a technology world that is rapidly shifting resources and manufacturing to China appears to be taking a heavy toll on Japanese engineers.
Salary Survey: 'Hot' tech markets leave Chinese EEs cold
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11/30/2009   8 comments
The globalization of engineering has made some geography-specific trends more difficult to spot.
Where next? Debating the future of manned space flight
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11/30/2009   5 comments
The future of U.S. manned spaceflight and exploration of the solar system looks bleak unless political and budget barriers can be overcome.
Altera signs distribution agreement with Newark
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Electronics distributor Newark has signed a franchise agreement with Altera to supply Altera's FPGA and CPLD devices, the latest development kits and the Quartus II design software in North America.
GreenPoint reference designs simplify LED apps
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11/27/2009   Post a comment
ON Semiconductor debuts two new GreenPoint reference designs which will enable easy and speedy development of high-efficiency LED based lighting applications.
Oerlikon Systems wins multiple crystalline silicon solar cell system orders
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11/27/2009   Post a comment
Oerlikon Systems (Balzers, Liechtenstein) has received a large order for multiple SOLARIS crystalline silicon solar cell systems from a major European crystalline solar cell manufacturer.
Ingenic licenses Dolphin Integration's audio codecs
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Chinese embedded microprocessor supplier Ingenic Semiconductor announced it is licensing the ultra-low power audio converter from Dolphin Integration.
Organic solar cell startup raises $27 million
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Heliatek GmbH (Dresden, Germany), a startup developing organic solar cells, has raised $27 million in a second round of financing, with which it plans to build a manufacturing facility.
Samsung, Freescale, Apple pro and con lead weekly story ranking
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11/27/2009   Post a comment
Here are the top five online stories for the week beginning Sunday, Nov. 22, as ranked by EE Times readers, up to and including Friday, Nov. 27. The ranking is based on the number of reader "views" or "hits" on a particular article.
European stocks recover from lows on Dubai debt shock
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European stock markets recovered lost ground on Friday (Nov. 27) after opening between 1 and 2 percent down on the previous close. The low opening prices had been a reaction to news that state-owned Dubai World had said it would delay repaying some of its debt by six months.
Infineon extends energy efficient lighting IC portfolio
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Infineon Technologies AG is extending its portfolio of energy efficient lighting ICs with a new family of low cost linear LED drivers.
LF RFID IC with OTP functionality targets small-sized access control systems
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Atmel Corporation's LF OTP (One Time Programmable) transponder, desinated IDIC® ATA5575M1, has been optimized for next-generation access control systems. Application areas include, for example, hotel rooms, engineering departments, offices, time recording systems and parking lots, as well as customer loyalty and membership cards.
Samsung licenses HD video processor IP from Silicon Hive
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Silicon Hive BV (Eindhoven, The Netherlands), a licensor of application processors, has announced that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has licensed its HiveGo VSS3000 video processor.
Global chip sales were flat in October, says analyst
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Global chip sales in October are believed to have been flat on the previous month, according to analysts at Carnegie Group (Oslo, Norway). The three-month average of August, September and October chip sales is expected to be reported as $21.0 billion, compared to $20.6 billion for the equivalent figure in September.
Soitec CEO sees positive momentum in SOI markets
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Despite a widening net loss, year-over-year, in the first half of fiscal year 2009-2010, French SOI specialist Soitec SA said it has detected signs of renewed optimism in SOI markets for 2010 and beyond.
TSMC prepares to manufacture automotive grade ICs in China
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) plans to launch what it says will be the automotive industry's first process qualification specification and service package for automotive-grade semiconductor manufacturing in China.
NEC Electronics targets industrial automation systems with Ethernet PHY development
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NEC Electronics is working on a new family of industrial Ethernet physical layers (PHYs) for 10Base-T and 100Base-TX/FX industrial-grade networks.
20 W PIM test system provides high accuracy and sensitivity
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Boonton, a Wireless Telecom Group company, has introduced the PIM 31 precision analyser for testing passive intermodulation (PIM) of RF components and assemblies.
Renesas samples 45-nm ARM-based mobile processor
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11/26/2009   Post a comment
Renesas Technology Europe has begun sampling the SH-Mobile APE4, a Cortex-A8 based processor targeted at mobile phone and mobile device implementations. The processor is implemented in a 45-nm process and can be operated at a clock frequency in excess of 1-GHz, Renesas said.
Creditors hear plan to save Qimonda Portugal, say reports
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11/26/2009   Post a comment
The Portuguese DRAM test and assembly operation subsidiary of insolvent Qimonda AG (Munich, Germany) has been offered a financial life line and is taking on a new name, according to local reports.
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