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Multicore Standard IDs Chips to Software
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7/30/2013   3 comments
A proposed standard aims to let multicore processors share details with OSes and tools so they can automate software configuration decisions.
Flash DIMMS Invade DDR3 Slots
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7/30/2013   8 comments
Startup Diablo Technologies announced a chip that lets NAND flash ride on the DDR3 DIMM bus, enabling new memory applications.
Exabyte Movies Coming (Not Too) Soon
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7/29/2013   7 comments
The entertainment sector has a rapacious hunger for digital storage, still mainly in the form of hard disks, according to a new report.
Freescale's Loss Hides Auto Success
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7/26/2013   13 comments
Freescale scored increased operational profits in the second quarter, but saw net income brought down by a one-off financial restructuring cost.
Slideshow: Google Upgrades Android, Nexus, TV
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7/25/2013   29 comments
We take a look at the new Nexus 7, Android 4.3, and Chromecast and share a brief chat with Google's Mr. Android and the chairman of Asus.
Crash Sensor, First of Many Wearables
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7/23/2013   17 comments
The Icedot is the first of what may someday be a trillion sensors, many of which we will wear.
Pondering the Future of Ethernet
Blog  
7/23/2013   3 comments
Ethernet is headed many new directions at once, says the man who heads a 400GE task group and leads a trade group behind the technology.
TSMC Forecasts Tepid Q3
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7/18/2013   4 comments
Foundry chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. has said that demand for its wafers will "moderate" in the third quarter after it reported record sales and profits for 2Q13.
RapidIO Nudges ARM Into Servers
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7/17/2013   5 comments
The RapidIO Trade Association is developing reference designs for servers and switches, paving the way into the datacenter for ARM-based SoCs.
Big-Data Meets the Internet of Things
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7/3/2013   2 comments
Recent events in Boston, Delft, and Wuxi gave researcher Stephen Miles a global view of issues and developments in the Internet of Things.
Complex Chips Make Tangled Business
Blog  
7/3/2013   5 comments
As chip complexity has increased, design has climbed in abstraction, and it has created a Byzantine network of business models and opportunities. But are too many entities trying to take profit across the design process killing the goose that lays the golden IC?
Processors Everywhere, but Tools Lacking
Blog  
7/2/2013   4 comments
A research study shows the majority of IC designs are now for multiprocessor chips. But are the EDA and design verification sectors keeping up with the SoC multiprocessing revolution?
Caveman Seeks Man Cave Upgrade
Blog  
7/2/2013   22 comments
At the risk of letting the whole world know I'm an utter Luddite cheapskate, I will open the kimono on the state of my digital home.
Global Chip Sales Buoyed by Phones, Memories
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7/1/2013   4 comments
An analyst predicts that industry bodies will report a sharp increase in the three-month moving average for May global chip sales.
IoT Landscape Defies Mapping
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7/1/2013   17 comments
The Internet of Things represents one of the most fragmented market landscapes in electronics today.
Mobile, Cloud Define New Comms Reality
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7/1/2013   1 comment
We’ve redesigned the Communications Designline to be a news-centric, blog-heavy hotspot for what’s happening in today’s mobile/cloud era.
Brocade's Chairman on the Future of Engineering, Communications
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7/1/2013   5 comments
David House, chairman of storage networking giant Brocade and former Intel exec, shares his views on state of engineering and communications.
Artificial Pancreas Dials Up Smartphones
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   15 comments
Diabetes researchers are tapping mobile devices to link insulin monitors and pumps as they work toward an artificial pancreas.


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As data rates begin to move beyond 25 Gbps channels, new problems arise. Getting to 50 Gbps channels might not be possible with the traditional NRZ (2-level) signaling. PAM4 lets data rates double with only a small increase in channel bandwidth by sending two bits per symbol. But, it brings new measurement and analysis problems. Signal integrity sage Ransom Stephens will explain how PAM4 differs from NRZ and what to expect in design, measurement, and signal analysis.

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