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Forte Design Systems ships latest ASIC and FPGA high-level synthesis
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Latest upgrades improve the full-chip design experience and the quality of results
Free RF design tools aim to speed time to market
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ADI's RF signal chain calculator and PLL synthesizer tools allowing engineers to model RF signal chains using ADI’s RFIC devices.
RFMD IQ modulators include local oscillator
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RF Micro Devices, Inc. announced two new low-power IQ modulators featuring integrated fractional-N synthesizers and voltage controlled oscillators (VCO).
Infineon to spend $350 million in Singapore
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6/2/2011   4 comments
Germany's Infineon Technologies AG plans to invest about 250 million euro (about $350 million) in Singapore over the next few years, according to local reports.
Texas Instruments TPS55010 isolated DC/DC converter
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Check out TI's latest high-efficiency, primary-side feedback transformer driver for isolated 2-W power supplies.
STMicroelectronics TSC1021 high side current sense amplifier
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STMicroelectronics has introduced temperature stable measurement ICs for power management and motor control applications.
NXP LPC1788 ARM Cortex-M3 MCU
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NXP has started to ship in volume its LPC1788, an ARM Cortex-M3-based MCU with an integrated LCD controller.
Marvell claims first single-chip TD-SCDMA IC
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Marvell claims to be shipping the first single-chip solution to support China's TD-SCDMA telecommunications standard.
NFC player Inside Secure files for IPO
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6/1/2011   2 comments
Inside Secure SA, a fabless supplier of near field communication (NFC) chips has filed papers for an initial public offering of shares on the Euronext exchange in Paris, according to reports.
Veridae Systems launches multi-FPGA prototyping debug suite Certus
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6/1/2011   1 comment
The Certus multi-FPGA prototyping debug suite enables a single view of complex ASIC designs.
Rusnano draws MEMS firm to Russia
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6/1/2011   3 comments
Rusnano, the Russian government investment fund for nanotechnologies, has said it is investing $15 million into a $22 million project with MEMS-based timing company SiTime Corp. under which the company will open up a development center in Russia.
Xilinx to discuss 3D FPGAs in Embedded Systems at DAC 2011
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6/1/2011   1 comment
At DAC 2011, Xilinx will be discussing 3D IC design methodologies, design tools, and FPGAs in embedded systems.
Xilinx Research Labs fellow Steve Trimberger to become ACM fellow
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6/1/2011   4 comments
Steve Trimberger is to be honored at ACM induction ceremony with 2010 class of fellows. This most prestigious ACM grade recognizes the top one percent of membership.
AMD rolls Series-9 chipset, shows next APU
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6/1/2011   3 comments
AMD launched its 9-Series chipset lineup for next-generation PC platforms at Computex in Taiwan, where one of the company's top executives also showed off the next-generation AMD accelerated processing unit, codenamed Trinity.
Singapore institute to make 4DS 16-kbit RRAM
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6/1/2011   4 comments
The Data Storage Institute of Singapore is going to help 4DS make a prototype non-volatile 16-kbit resistive random access memory.
Japan's chip market contracts year-on-year
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Japan's averaged chip market in April was 7 percent smaller than a year before while the other regions monitored by WSTS all grew.
Global averaged April chip sales show softness
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6/1/2011   1 comment
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors for April came in below expectations. Below-seasonal softness was ascribed partly to the aftermath of the March Japanese earthquake.
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