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posted in October 2013
Toyota Case: Inside Camry’s Electronic Control Module
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10/30/2013   45 comments
In many recent Toyota cases, one nagging question recurs: If software bugs are in the system, why have millions of owners never experienced unintended acceleration? The trial transcript explains the complexity.
Flash Is the Present, Not the Future, of Enterprise Storage
Blog  
10/29/2013   1 comment
While innovative upstarts expand and raise financing, established enterprise storage vendors are updating their architectures to leverage flash, through both partnerships and acquisitions.
Industry View: Addressing Datacom Memory Pain Points
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10/29/2013   Post a comment
Memoir leverages memory access patterns to serve the needs of terabit computing
Mentor to Bring Virtualization to Automotive Designers
News & Analysis  
10/24/2013   16 comments
The need to run a growing number of operating systems, applications, and tasks safely on the same ECU inside cars has gotten practically everyone in the automotive food chain talking about hypervisors.
3D Memory Gets a Boost
News & Analysis  
10/23/2013   9 comments
Imec talks about its technology to improve the performance of vertical memory.
ARM Unveils New Architecture for Automotive
News & Analysis  
10/23/2013   17 comments
ARM has unveiled new real-time microprocessor architecture featuring a hardware-assisted virtualization mode. Nvidia is likely to be among the first to license the new architecture.
Violin Tunes Memory Array Platform to Speed Up Microsoft Apps
News & Analysis  
10/22/2013   1 comment
Both data and applications have direct access to persistent memory to reduce latency and improve throughput.
Nokia Guns for 6-Inch Phablets
News & Analysis  
10/22/2013   16 comments
Nokia showed off its first tablet (10-inch screen) and two six-inch screen 'phablets' at the company's annual event in Abu Dhabi.
DRAMs Back in Black
News & Analysis  
10/18/2013   8 comments
Dynamic random access memory business posts higher profits again after a three-year slump.
Slideshow: ITS Touts Automation & Big-Data
Slideshow  
10/17/2013   9 comments
ITS World Congress turns out to be a confluence of disparate industries -- foremost among them automotive, mobile, telecommunications, and computers.
DDR4 You Can Use Now
Slideshow  
10/17/2013   9 comments
Product sampling goes beyond memory modules to include controllers and chipsets.
TI Launches Purpose-Built SoCs for Automotive Vision
News & Analysis  
10/16/2013   15 comments
TI is rolling out a new family of SoCs for automotive vision-processing applications. Based on heterogeneous system architecture, the ADAS SoCs are designed to run high performance vision-processing at low power.
Imagination Takes On ARM’s big.LITTLE With Its Warrior Core
Blog  
10/15/2013   2 comments
Imagination Technologies announced the first MIPS Series 5 ‘Warrior P-class’ CPU, which the company claims represents “a major step forward in feature set” for high-performance MIPS CPU IP cores.
CMTL Expands Memory Testing to Industrial Platforms
News & Analysis  
10/15/2013   2 comments
Independent compatibility testing lab sees potential beyond traditional Intel platforms for commercial modules as well as growth in SSD flash memory
Silicon Motion Releases Controllers for USB 3.0 Flash Drives
News & Analysis  
10/14/2013   1 comment
Company claims 15 to 20 percent reduction in BOM.
Is It Up or Down? Depends on How & What You Count
Blog  
10/14/2013   7 comments
Gartner and IDC released their measurements of the PC industry. The dueling giant research firms have never agreed on the exact number.
IDT CEO Shuffle: Why & What Next?
News & Analysis  
10/14/2013   31 comments
When Ted Tewksbury suddenly retired as CEO of Integrated Device Technology seven weeks ago, neither he nor the company explained what happened, or why.
Ex-Samsung Exec Leads Korea’s Specialty Fab to Expansion
News & Analysis  
10/11/2013   7 comments
Dongbu has been sharpening its strategy and steadily expanding capacity under Chang-Sik Choi, an ex-Samsung executive who arrived as president a year and a half ago.
Changing SoC Landscape Goes Further up the Supply Chain
Blog  
10/10/2013   5 comments
The coming 20 nm and 16 nm FINFET will shake up the whole SoC and IP supply chain, according to an Imagination Technologies’ executive.
EUV Still Promising on IMEC's Road Map
News & Analysis  
10/9/2013   16 comments
Much delayed extreme ultraviolet lithography could enable a 9nm node sometime in 2016 or beyond, according to forecasts from IMEC.
Verizon Taps AMD's Sea Micro Servers
News & Analysis  
10/7/2013   6 comments
AMD said a deal to supply Verizon's datacenters is evidence of interconnect technology coming to future server SoCs.
SSDs Target Small Military-Grade Apps
Blog  
10/2/2013   1 comment
Designed for embedded applications, the new drives required designers to overcome challenges to achieve the right form factor and hardware encryption.
DDR4 Design Resources
Blog  
10/1/2013   2 comments
With DDR4 poised to enter the server market, and after that the desktop, notebook, and consumer electronics markets, interest is running high in what it can do, how to test it, and how it differs from its predecessors.
Auto Market Challenges Chipmakers’ Stamina
News & Analysis  
10/1/2013   25 comments
I don’t think I’m alone in wondering why any chip company these days would stay in the automotive electronics market.


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