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posted in June 2012
Displayport, HDMI duel over mobile links
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6/27/2012   2 comments
VESA’s Mobility Displayport will compete with Silicon Image’s MHL for which will be the interconnect of choice for high def video in handsets and beyond.
Look Ma, no network: Group drives LTE Direct
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6/22/2012   4 comments
More than a dozen companies are supporting a proposed standard called LTE Direct for device-to-device links among Long Term Evolution handsets.
Small cells still not ready for mobile prime time
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6/22/2012   9 comments
Engineers still have significant work ahead to deliver small cell base stations to ease heavily loaded mobile data networks, according to talks at a recent mobile event.
IBM re-takes lead in Top 500 computers
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6/18/2012   1 comment
IBM re-took the lead on the list of the world’s Top 500 supercomputers with Sequoia, a 16.32 petaflops system packing more than 1.5 million custom Power cores.
Low-power USB-to-UART bridge controller lowers dev costs
Product News  
6/12/2012   3 comments
The EZ-USB USB-UART Bridge Controller (CY7C64225) from Cypress Semiconductor Corp. converts legacy UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) interfaces to Full-Speed USB 2.0 interfaces.
Apple brings down ceiling on Ultrabooks
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6/11/2012   19 comments
One week after Taiwan’s Computex, Apple rolled out a new line of notebooks that will bring the ceiling down on Ultrabooks and ultrathins from PC makers.
ST opens up 28-nm, 20-nm FDSOI with GlobalFoundries
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6/11/2012   Post a comment
Chip vendor STMicroelectronics has announced that it has signed up GlobalFoundries to be an additional source of devices made using 28-nm and 20-nm fully depleted silicon-on-insulator (FDSOI) technology. As part of the same deal ST is opening up the FDSOI process to let the foundry offer the process to other customers.
Mindspeed enters comms processor fray
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6/11/2012   7 comments
Mindspeed injected a handful of new cores into its second-generation Comcerto family to create a comms processor to compete with giants such as Broadcom and Freescale.
Gigabit serial links: Gateways to multicore scalability
Design How-To  
6/4/2012   Post a comment
Built on top of the serdes for data-intensive apps, gigabit serial interfaces cut system cost and pin count while upping parallelism, performance and capacity.


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