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Implementing the CAN Protocol in 3G Equipment Designs
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12/23/2002   Post a comment
Originally developed for the automotive industry, the CAN embedded networking protocol can be an effective solution for linking boards in 3G BTS and MSC designs.
Jabil meets earnings expectations
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12/19/2002   Post a comment
Your IP: easy to protect, easy to reuse
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Design engineers are constantly faced with the problem of creating and protecting intellectual property (IP) in new products.
Nanometer scale effects complicate IP characterization
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To meet the growing demand for higher performance applications, SoC designers are integrating increased numbers of larger memory IP blocks on more complex devices.
Flexible, standards-based IP key
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With the arrival of platform-based systems-on-chip and the proliferation of embedded cores, designs are getting bigger and more complex.
IP strategies proliferate as SoC complexity grows
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Merging previously designed circuit blocks into new system-on-chip designs seems like a sound way of controlling the complexity of SoC projects and leveraging the relatively scarce resources of the circuit design community — at least on the surface. But reuse of intellectual property (IP) is shaping up as a complex design approach with its own unique characteristics.
Graphics chip maker reports profit
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12/18/2002   Post a comment
Micron reports loss for last quarter
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Merging ATCA, PCI Express Opens Next-Gen Backplane Designs
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12/18/2002   Post a comment
Over the years, the telecom sector has been more resistant to the use of off-the-shelf backplanes. This trend could change with the adoption of the PICMG 3.4 spec, which merges the PCI Express interface and the emerging AdvancedTCA backplane architecture.
Power Play
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12/17/2002   Post a comment
Power management has become an industry staple as the need to switch and convert different voltage levels and concerns about power consumption have increased. But the power management sector, encompassing parts like regulators, rectifiers, and power transistors, has struggled recently as poor market conditions force suppliers to cut prices and refocus their market strategies.
Graphics memory heads for a split
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Intel unveils Xeon server boards
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FPD market shows signs of firming
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AMD forms two new memory operations
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DuPont signs deal on OLED displays
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12/13/2002   Post a comment
Telecom equipment makers must build on Linux to remain viable
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12/13/2002   Post a comment
In the last 18 months, Linux has gone from running software-based routers and firewalls on spare white-box computers to deployment in high-volume dedicated networking applications.
Networking driver strategies for using embedded Linux
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12/13/2002   Post a comment
In the modern world of advanced networking, simple hardware does not exist.
Is embedded Linux the right answer?
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Linux has influenced the strategies of some of the world's biggest software and hardware companies and entered the IT departments of even the most traditional corporations.
Building a custom embedded SoC platform for embedded Linux
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12/13/2002   Post a comment
There are strong technical and business reasons to consider using Linux for your next embedded application project such as diverse hardware support, performance, scalability, high reliability, and open APIs.
A Linux reality check: embedded systems aren't desktop systems
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12/13/2002   Post a comment
The success of Linux as a desktop operating system, and the appeal of its open source technology, might provoke one to dream of applying it to embedded systems.
Samsung has single-chip LCD driver
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12/12/2002   Post a comment
Advanced Switching Makes PCI Express More Comms Friendly
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Through the addition of path routing, peer-to-peer, and encapsulation techniques, the advanced switching version of PCI Express is a strong interconnect solution for emerging communication designs.
Malaysian foundry licenses ARM core
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12/11/2002   Post a comment
Taking the Frustration Out of Embedded Design
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12/11/2002   Post a comment
Effective hardware/software co-design tools remain elusive for most embedded-system designers. Xilinx's Rich Sevcik discusses why he thinks emerging FPGA design platforms offer a viable alternative to ASIC-based embedded design.
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