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Silicon Laboratories Si87xx digital isolators
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9/28/2012   Post a comment
Silicon Lab’s CMOS-based Si87xx isolators offer longer device lifetime and superior reliability, enabling manufacturers to extend product warranties.
Breakthrough performance in DisplayPort and HDMI switches
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9/26/2012   Post a comment
NXP Semiconductors has launched two high-performance switches supporting DisplayPort and HDMI architectures.
High-performance, low-power switch supports Thunderbolt technology interface
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9/26/2012   Post a comment
NXP Semiconductors N.V. has unveiled the company’s next-generation, high-performance switch supporting Thunderbolt technology.
Jedec releases DDR4 spec supporting 3-D stacks
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9/25/2012   3 comments
DDR4 spec is standards group's first to include features supporting 3-D stacking.
Slideshow: Vision, medtech in focus at DESIGN East
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9/21/2012   Post a comment
We offer a few post cards from the DESIGN East conference that served up talks and demos on computer vision, personal health care along with the nuts and bolts of embedded systems.
PLX preps PCI Express fabric amid server debate
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9/18/2012   Post a comment
A lively debate has cropped up around using PCI Express as a fabric connecting servers as PLX Technologies works on a switch chip that could enable the concept.
Slideshow: Intel on ultrabooks, Haswell and more
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9/17/2012   Post a comment
Win8 Ultrabooks and Haswell dominated attention at the Intel Developer Forum, but Atom-based smartphones, embedded systems, microservers and more also were on tap.
Smartphone is next stop for PCI Express
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9/13/2012   2 comments
PCI Express will ride the MIPI Alliance’s M-PHY to link high-end peripherals in smartphones, tablets and ultrabooks starting next year.
Intel’s Haswell boosts battery life, graphics
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9/11/2012   Post a comment
Longer battery life and better graphics lead a laundry list of improvements in Intel’s Haswell (shown), its first new CPU design for its 22nm tri-gate transistor.
Intel launches embedded middleware push
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9/11/2012   10 comments
David "Dadi" Perlmutter, general manager of the Intel Architecture Group, showed off an intelligent vending machine at the Intel Developer Forum, where the company rolled out a framework for management and security middleware.
AMD fabric takes first step to broader market
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9/11/2012   3 comments
AMD's SeaMicro group will ship in November Ivy Bridge and Opteron versions of servers using its Freedom Fabric to link to up to five petabytes of external storage.
Intel preps interconnect for server CPUs
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9/10/2012   5 comments
Intel is developing an interconnect it will integrate in future Xeon and Atom server processors to address uses ranging from supercomputers to microservers.
TSMC set to expand 2013 capex
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9/10/2012   1 comment
Foundry chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. will boost capital expenditures for 2013 to $10 billion, up from about $8.25 billion in 2012, according to reports that also reckon it will be making processors for Apple in 2013.
LSI CTO touts promise of flash, open source
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9/7/2012   4 comments
Greg Huff (shown), LSI's chief technologist, sees a new play in open source storage as the company rides a wave of flash memory products for servers and ultrabooks.
Texas Instruments SN65HVD72, SN65HVD75 and SN65HVD78 3.3-V RS485 transceivers
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9/7/2012   Post a comment
Available in speed grades up to 50 Mbps, TI’s latest transceivers provide a 50 percent higher level of ESD protection over the competition with +/- 15 kV HBM protection.
Intel forum is next front in x86 vs. ARM war
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9/6/2012   15 comments
AMD, ARM, Apple and Intel are gearing up for a small but significant skirmish next week in the war over the future of computing—and it’s all happening during the Intel Developer Forum.
QLogic cards hop on flash cache craze
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9/6/2012   Post a comment
QLogic will ship early next year versions of its network adapters that aim to manage and simplify use of non-volatile memory caches in servers.
China Fabless: VeriSilicon touts shift to design lite
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9/4/2012   14 comments
If you think chip companies are popping up everywhere in China, producing a flood of me-too products based on me-too business models, think again. VeriSilicon doesn’t fit the stereotype.


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