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posted in October 2012
Custom cores in the cards for AMD, ARM?
News & Analysis  
10/30/2012   7 comments
It’s a slow reveal, says AMD CEO Rory Read (shown), but the winks and nods we picked up suggest AMD hopes to spin SoCs with custom ARM cores—someday.
Slideshow: 10 things you should know about Win 8
News & Analysis  
10/25/2012   32 comments
The debut of Microsoft’s latest OS will twist the PC industry into more pretzels than a yoga class. We explore some of the more interesting positions.
Apple steps up pace with Mini, iPad 4, A6X
News & Analysis  
10/23/2012   3 comments
Moving to a six-month product cycle, Apple debuted a fourth-gen iPad with an A6X processor and a larger than expected 7.9-inch iPad Mini.
Silicon Laboratories CP2114 audio bridge
Product News  
10/18/2012   Post a comment
Silicon Labs' highly integrated device supports leading codecs and DACs for USB audio applications.
TI TLK10034 all-in-one transceiver for 10-Gbps Ethernet standards
Product News  
10/18/2012   Post a comment
Flexible PHY SerDes supports multiple protocols for server, storage and enterprise networking equipment.
Calxeda roadmap leads to 64-bit CPU in 2014
News & Analysis  
10/17/2012   4 comments
Calxeda disclosed a two-year roadmap leading to its first 64-bit chip just days before ARM TechCon, when others are expected to announce 64-bit ARM server SoCs.
Japan set to rescue Renesas
News & Analysis  
10/15/2012   15 comments
The Japanese government is poised to rescue struggling Japanese chip company Renesas Electronics through a buyout led by a government investment fund.
Parade PS8402A DisplayPort-to-HDMI adaptor IC
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10/12/2012   Post a comment
Parade released what it says is the first DisplayPort-to-HDMI adaptor IC for VESA’s new type 2 dual-mode DisplayPort adaptor.
ARM, LSI on-chip link connects up to 32 cores
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10/10/2012   Post a comment
LSI's first Axxia comms processors using ARM cores will include a new interconnect initially capable of linking 16 cores.
24GHz single-chip radar an be used in broad range of applications
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10/5/2012   Post a comment
With its new single-chip radar solutions, Infineon addresses applications in industrial and commercial sensing.
OpenFlow net approach struggles to come of age
News & Analysis  
10/4/2012   2 comments
The OpenFlow movement toward software-defined networks is in its infancy, but with the help of four new work groups it is trying to grow up fast.
Atmel launches configurable 8-Channel LED Drivers
Design How-To  
10/2/2012   1 comment
The Atmel MSL3080/86/88 LED drivers target industrial LCD backlighting applications such as instrumentation, medical, avionics, automotive and rugged displays.


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