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Printed electronics pilot line starts production
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11/30/2012   3 comments
A pilot line in northern England has started commercial production of printed circuits, but the company involved says it is not revealing details of the functions until 2013.
IBM flash interconnect aims to bust bottlenecks
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11/28/2012   2 comments
Following its acquisition of Texas Memory Systems, IBM is developing a storage I/O technology geared for flash memory subsystems.
HP Labs sees ARM, Atom, memristors in server future
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11/28/2012   14 comments
Disruptive changes in data center technologies are upcoming, this week's Server Design Summit revealed.
Slideshow: Making sense of connected sensors
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11/19/2012   8 comments
A host of sensors demonstrated at Japan's Embedded Technology show are showing up everywhere - from shoes and cars to rice fields.
ISSCC: Samsung big.little, but no Intel, Nvidia CPUs
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11/19/2012   7 comments
Samsung will show an SoC using ARM A15 and A7 cores at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, but Intel’s Haswell and Nvidia’s Project Denver will be absent.
Slideshow: IMEC explores bio, nano frontiers
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11/16/2012   Post a comment
A digital Petri dish and a chip that runs on the power of a lemon were just two of more than a dozen demos from engineers and biologists at the IMEC research institute.
LSI targets flash, basestations, DSPs
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11/16/2012   Post a comment
LSI CEO Ahbi Talwalkar (shown) reveals signal processing technology it will leverage as its moves away from PCs and data centers to growth in wireless basestations.
Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
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11/14/2012   8 comments
Huawei scientist Anwar Mohammed described a 2.5-D chip stack using an Altera FPGA and Wide I/O memory for a future networking system.
LSI Syncro aims to plug gap in shared storage
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11/14/2012   2 comments
A boot appliance for data centers is the most novel of a set of new storage products LSI announced under a new Syncro brand at its annual conference.
Inside Intel’s Haswell with tour guide David Kanter
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11/14/2012   13 comments
Microprocessor analyst David Kanter makes some educated guesses on how Intel's 22-nm Haswell will perform based on an in-depth tour of the architecture.
Auto networking opportunities growing, Broadcom says
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11/13/2012   Post a comment
Networking standards are giving automotive OEMs a way to reallocate their R&D dollars in interesting ways, according to panel of Broadcom automotive experts
Microchip rolls $2 gesture-recognition part
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11/13/2012   Post a comment
Microchip’s GestIC technology uses a $2 microcontroller to create a lo0w, power, short-range gesture recognition system based on technology it acquired from Ident.
Intel's Xeon Phi cracks top 500 supercomputers
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11/12/2012   7 comments
Coprocessors continue to fuel performance gains among supercomputers, with Intel’s new Xeon Phi chip claiming seven wins on the latest Top 500 list.
Silicon Valley Nation: Intel's Itanium-Xeon conundrum
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11/9/2012   Post a comment
Will the processor giant merge two high-end CPUs or stay the course?
Qualcomm overtakes Intel in market capitalization
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11/9/2012   20 comments
It's focus on apps processors for mobile devices and the fact that it is fabless has helped push Qualcomm past Intel in terms of market capitalization.
Power chip targets quad-core ARM processors
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11/8/2012   Post a comment
Dialog Semiconductor's multi-output power management IC is being touted as the most highly integrated PMIC for ARM quad- and dual-core application processors.
Slideshow: ARM server boards, demo from Applied
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11/5/2012   6 comments
Applied showed four prototype boards and an FPGA version of its 64-bit ARM server SoC running a demo of a full Web software stack despite its lack of a working chip.
Slideshow: Highlights from ARM TechCon 2012
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11/5/2012   2 comments
ARM TechCon 2012 featured the latest in ARM-based servers, superphones, a Monster Mash and an "Internet of Wings" powered by Angry Birds.
Slideshow: Highlights from ARM TechCon 2012
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11/5/2012   2 comments
ARM TechCon 2012 featured the latest in ARM-based servers, superphones, a Monster Mash and an "Internet of Wings" powered by Angry Birds.
Slideshow: Highlights from ARM TechCon 2012
News & Analysis  
11/5/2012   2 comments
ARM TechCon 2012 featured the latest in ARM-based servers, superphones, a Monster Mash and an "Internet of Wings" powered by Angry Birds.
Slideshow: ARM A57 core revealed
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11/1/2012   21 comments
ARM provided the first public description of its new high-end 64-bit core, the Cortex A57, noting it will deliver 1250 SpecInt2000 at 1.7 GHz.


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