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posted in August 2011
Maxim Integrated Products MAX13256 transformer driver
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8/25/2011   Post a comment
Maxim is helping designers quickly design a highly efficient isolated DC-DC converter with its latest device, an isolated power, 36V, H-bridge transformer driver.
NXP PCA9525 and PCA9605 no-offset I2C-bus buffers,
Product News  
8/24/2011   1 comment
NXP has designed its latest no-offset I2C-bus buffers to enable system designers to isolate capacitance and interface with other bus buffers.
Supercomputer, data center nets diverging
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8/22/2011   3 comments
Networks used inside supercomputers and data centers are diverging, according to papers at this week's Hot Interconnects event.
Avago AFBR-57F5PZ Gbit Fibre Channel transceiver
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8/17/2011   Post a comment
Avago says its latest SFP+ transceiver delivers twice the data bandwidth of the current generation of Fibre Channel devices at nearly the same power level, while increasing port density.
Chips for mobile lead market, says IHS
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8/12/2011   Post a comment
OEMs in 2011 will buy more semiconductor components for use in mobile, wirelessly connected equipment than they will for computers, according to market research company IHS.
SMSC USB5537 and USB5534 7 port USB 3.0 controllers
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8/11/2011   Post a comment
SMSC's latest USB 3.0 hub controllers are aimed at expanding SuperSpeed USB peripheral connectivity for ultra-mobile PCs and tablets.
Data recovery IC firm raises $16 million
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8/11/2011   1 comment
Link-A-Media Devices Inc., a developer of controller and error recovery ICs for use with magnetic hard disk and solid-state data storage devices, has said it has raised $16 million in a Series D round of funding.
Serial ATA, PCIe converge for flash drives
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8/9/2011   Post a comment
The SATA interconnect will take a ride on PCI Express to support data rates of 8 and 16 Gbit/second to serve the accelerating needs of sold-state and hybrid drives.
PLX Technology PLX ExpressLane PEX8713 and PEX8717 PCIe Gen3 switches
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8/2/2011   Post a comment
PLX Technology's PCI Express Gen3 switches have x2 interface ports, which make them well-suited for solid-state storage, high-end computing, gaming, and designs that bridge out to the Thunderbolt interface.
HiSilicon extends ARM licenses for 3G/4G comms
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8/2/2011   2 comments
HiSilicon Technologies Co. Ltd. has licensed a range of ARM technology for use across the breadth of its communications chip design activities including: 3G/4G basestations, networking infrastructure and mobile computing applications.


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