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Self Refreshed SDRAM With Much Lower Power
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Significant reduction in self refresh power can impact the usability of portable systems. This may be one of the key technological advancements that gives Elpida and edge.
Designing in the Trenches Leads Way to 70 nM Memory
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While 90 nM fabrication technology still hasn't flexed it's functional muscle fully, Infineon is pioneering new levels of technology for 70 nM
NAND Flash Dominates New Transportable Applications
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More Than Just a Flash Drive. That's the goal of a new colaboration between Sandisk and M-Systems.
FPGA Front End Streamlines Transition to ASIC
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Low cost and low risk way to design with an FPGA, and, transition to an ASIC
Modular Programmable Clock Solution Simplifies Embedded Designs and Reduces EMI
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Designers are paying a lot more attention to the quality and stability of clock signals. More demands on performance and lower emissions are driving new technological developments.
Heard on the Beat: Bagley, Roelandts sell shares
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Executives from Apple Computer Inc., Lam Research Corp., and Xilinx Inc. had among the largest net gains from stock trades in Silicon Valley in recent weeks,
Memory Bulletin: analyst lowers Micron's EPS
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A seasonal lull and inventory issues have caused Lehman Brothers to lower its earnings forecast for memory maker Micron Technology Inc.
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