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GlobalFoundries wants 30% of foundry market, says report
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2/4/2010   Post a comment
GlobalFoundries Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.) the foundry chip maker backed by Abu Dhabi, has said it wants to take 30 percent of the foundry market within three years, according to a Bloomberg report that cited the CEO of its lead investor as its source.
DRAM leads top ten IC growth sectors for 2010, says analyst
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All but four of about 28 IC product categories will grow in 2010 resulting in an overall IC market growth of 15 percent, according to a forecast from market research firm IC Insights Inc. (Scottsdale, Ariz.).
Overvoltage-protection devices from -75V to +44V target automotive applications
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Maxim Integrated Products announced the MAX16914/MAX16915 overvoltage-protection controllers for automotive and industrial systems that must tolerate high-voltage transient and fault conditions
Flexible I/O expander IC family supports mobile telecom, industrial and medical applications
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2/3/2010   Post a comment
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has introduced a new family of flexible I/O expander ICs for use in mobile phone handsets and industrial and medical applications.
ISQED reveals topics for multiple interactive tutorials
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The 11th International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED2010) conference is going to feature nine multiple interactive tutorials covering challenging design issues.
New demonstration kit supports ultra low power consumption 8-bit microcontroller family
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NEC Electronics Europe has released the 78K0/Kx2-L Save it! demonstration kit, to support the 78K0/Kx2-L microcontroller (MCU) family that offers industry-leading power consumption and high levels of system integration.
Equalizing cable transceiver extends reach and reduces gauge of copper cables
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The PHY2210 equalizing cable transceiver announced by Phyworks enables cable manufacturers to extend the reach and reduce the gauge of active copper cable assemblies supporting all standard data rates up to 10.5Gbps
Karnataka announces India's first state semiconductor policy
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2/3/2010   1 comment
The Karnataka semiconductor policy is focusing on chip design start-ups and new embedded software firms, and on setting up ATMP facilities in the state.
International Rectifier logs profit on tax benefit
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International Rectifier reported quarterly sales that surpassed Wall Street's expectations, with the company's top executive saying design win activity remains strong across all market segments.
Low quiescent current synchronous step-down DC/DC controller offers high reliability performance
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2/2/2010   Post a comment
Linear Technology Corporation has introduced a new high reliability (MP) grade version of the LT3845, a 4 V to 60 V input voltage range, low quiescent current synchronous step-down DC/DC controller.
Smallest Class-D audio amplifier reduces codec noise
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Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) has introduced a 3.2-W, mono Class-D audio amp with an integrated digital-to-analog converter (DAC) noise filter that reduces codec noise by as much as 82 percent, compared to devices without this feature.
Mentor Graphics offers new full-wave 3D EM analysis solution
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Mentor Graphics Corporation announced delivery of full-wave 3D electromagnetic (EM) analysis functionality addressing the needs of the industry's most advanced designers of high-performance electronic products.
Renesas claims first reverse conducting thyristor for use in regulators for two-wheeled vehicles
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Renesas Technology Europe is to release the CRD5CM reverse conducting thyristor for use in voltage regulators for two-wheeled vehicles and engines for general-purpose batteries.
Report: India needs a wafer fab, says summit keynoter
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The Indian government should help private enterprise invest in a semiconductor wafer fab, according to an EE Herald report that references Madhavan Nair, former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization.
Two-string HB LED driver targets automotive applications
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Maxim Integrated Products has introduced what the company claims is the industry's only two-string HB (high-brightness) LED driver for automotive applications.
New design automation software offers productivity benefits for complex mixed signal SoC design
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Cadence Design Systems, Inc., has released Cadence Encounter Digital Implementation (EDI) System 9.1, a complete and integrated digital design, implementation, and verification environment for the development of large-scale, complex SoCs.
Agilent handheld VNA takes accuracy, portability, built-in calibration to the field
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N9923A FieldFox RF vector network analyzer brings up to 6-GHz range & capabilities from the lab and bench to where the action really is
Dash7 sensor network alliance rolls working groups
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The Dash7 Alliance, a coalition of organizations promoting a standard for wireless sensor networks based on the ISO18000-7 standard, has announced it now has more than 40 participating organizations, including leaders from the semiconductor, supply chain and RFID industries.
Black anodized heatsinks increase thermal performance by 30 percent
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2/2/2010   1 comment
Ohmite has introduced a black anodized version of its W Series heatsinks, which when used in still air, will give customers as much as a 30 percent increase in thermal performance.
ON Semiconductor expands 100-V N-Channel MOSFET family to offer high current capability
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2/1/2010   Post a comment
ON Semiconductor has expanded its N-channel power MOSFET portfolio with the addition of 12 new 100 V devices.
45-V input 100-mA LDO Offers low noise and output down to 0.6-V
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2/1/2010   Post a comment
Linear Technology Corporation has introduced a high voltage, low noise, low dropout voltage linear regulator that delivers up to 100 mA continuous output current with a 300 mV dropout voltage at full load.
EDA pundits confront market projections for 2010
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2/1/2010   7 comments
2010 has just started, and there is no better time to generate estimates and predictions for this year's EDA market. Three EDA industry experts have agreed to share their projections with EE Times.
Tensilica targets high quality audio and smartphones with HiFi EP DSP core
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Tensilica introduced HiFi EP, a superset of the HiFi 2 architecture that is optimized for simultaneous multichannel codec support and continuously expanding audio pre- and post-processing.
Full-year chip sales fell 9% in 2009, says SIA
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2/1/2010   1 comment
Global semiconductor sales were $226.3 billion in 2009, a decline of 9 percent from 2008 when sales were $248.6 billion, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). The full-year decline was as had been expected in the last month but much less than had been predicted in the first months of 2009.
PC, phone demand strong in 2010, says SIA's Scalise
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Units sales of PCs and cellphones will grow in the low-to-mid teens of percent in 2010, providing a "solid platform for chip sales," according to George Scalise, president of the Semiconductor Industry Association.
Advanced probes, instrument take digital test console to full PCI Express 3.0 evaluation regime
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Advanced probes, instrument take digital test console to full PCI Express 3.0 evaluation regime
The differential-signal advantage for communications system design
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2/1/2010   Post a comment
Understand how differential signal chains and architectures can improve system performance in challenging applications
Austriamicrosystems extends design collaboration with Cadence for mixed-signal SoC designs
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2/1/2010   Post a comment
austriamicrosystems has broadened the company's deployment of electronic design technology from Cadence Design Systems Inc., by selecting the Cadence Encounter Digital Implementation System for the digital part of its designs.
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