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Renesas aims to gain market share with SoCs
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9/30/2010   12 comments
Renesas Electronics Corp. has announced measures it says will strengthen the company's system-on-chip (SoC) business for networking and industrial infrastructures that support the cloud-computing era.
Innovation at home: Inside a 3-D desktop scanner
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9/26/2010   9 comments
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner rivals the capability of more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of three-dimensional objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation apps.
Samsung mass producing 8GB DDR3 module for laptops
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9/23/2010   3 comments
Samsung said it as begun mass producing an 8-gigabyte small outline dual inline memory module for laptops and mobile workstations.
IBM characterizes single-atom DRAM
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9/23/2010   14 comments
IBM Research described a new pulsed-technique to stimulate and read-out the state of an individual atom for atomic-scale memories, solar cells and future quantum computers. atomic-scale memories, solar cells and future quantum computers.
NAND market is up, down
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9/22/2010   2 comments
Traditional NAND flash parts based on single-level-cell and multi-level-cell technologies are hot, but NAND based on three-bit-per-cell technology is lukewarm to cold, said an analyst.
Project maps ARM core variability at 32-nm
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9/21/2010   Post a comment
A European collaborative research project has spent about $5.8 million performing a characterization of an ARM926 core for the statistical variability that is inherent at the 32-nm manufacturing process node.
NAND usage in tablets expected to triple
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9/20/2010   6 comments
The use of NAND flash memory in tablet computers such as Apple's iPad is expected to triple from 2010 to 2011, according to iSuppli.
Novelics 3G coolSRAM-6T offers memory IP to 40nm with low power, low leakage, high speed
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9/16/2010   Post a comment
Novelics Corporation has expanded its portfolio with coolSRAM-6T embedded memory IP and MemQuest compiler, enhanced with Novelics 3G optimizations, and implemented in bulk logic CMOS technology. The new IP enables ASSP and ASIC designers to achieve higher performance and more power-efficient system-on-chips (SoCs) at no increase in manufacturing costs.
The Embedded Treasure Map for IDF 2010
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9/15/2010   Post a comment
Intel's Eric Mantion offers an overview of some of the Embedded events happening at the Intel Developer Forum.
Fujitsu's MB86C31 and MB86E50 series 3.0-SATA bridge controller ICs
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9/14/2010   Post a comment
Fujitsu’s USB 3.0-SATA bridge controller ICs deliver high-speed data transfer of up to 5Gbps between the host PC and SATA storage devices such as hard disk drives and solid state drives.
ISuppli: DRAM production costs on the rise
News & Analysis  
9/14/2010   9 comments
DRAM manufacturing costs increased for the first time in nearly four years in the second quarter, stoking concerns about memory production expenses, according to the market research firm iSuppli.
Sonics MemMax Amp memory scheduler
Product News  
9/13/2010   1 comment
IP vendor Sonics Inc. introduces MemMax AMP, a stand-alone memory scheduler in a single ip block.
SPI Bus EEPROM optimized for automotive ECUs
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9/13/2010   Post a comment
Rohm Semiconductor has announced an EEPROM product family which is optimized for a number of automotive ECUs. The BR35Hxxx feature SPI bus and a high reliability with guaranteed operational functionality at temperatures up to 125 degrees C.
Dolphin Integration's dual voltage panoply cuts power consumption by 7
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9/13/2010   Post a comment
EDA and IP company Dolphin Integration SA now tackles the dynamic power consumption challenge at the architectural level with the introduction of a panoply of memories and standard cells that offer dual voltage capability for the 180nm process.
Nomura backs Hynix, expects 21-nm NAND
News & Analysis  
9/13/2010   3 comments
Nomura has maintained a buy recommendation on memory chip company Hynix despite falling average selling prices for DRAM and flash.
Analyst marks Samsung down on Q3 weakness
News & Analysis  
9/6/2010   3 comments
Analysts with Nomura in Korea have marked Samsung down on the expectation of a weaker third quarter but still see the company as well placed to prosper in 2011.
Rice's silicon memristor aims to beat HP
News & Analysis  
9/1/2010   13 comments
Memristors made from pure silicon could enable resistive random access memory that are simpler and cheaper to manufacture than Hewlett-Packard's titanium-based formulation, according to researchers at Rice University.


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