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Five Indian firms take up ARM's DesignStart program
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Five unnamed Indian firms have joined ARM Holdings' "DesignStart" program, aimed at enabling companies with little funds to move ahead with designs rather than requiring them to shell out license fees at the start.
AMD tips process roadmap, slams Intel
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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has updated its aggressive process technology roadmap, although the company remains slightly behind microprocessor rival Intel Corp.
Cadence bought DFM startup Praesagus for $26 million
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Cadence Design Systems quietly bought design-for-manufacturing startup Praesagus Inc. for $25.8 million this past March, according to a Cadence regulatory filing and sources familiar with the deal.
Tutorial: How to analyze your multiprocessing options
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In this article, ARM Ltd. shows why the software complexity and power consumption of multithreading solutions have been greatly underestimated by most design engineers.
Intel's ATE order cancellation hits Credence
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Credence Systems Corp.’s recent move to exit the flash-memory test market was mainly due to the cancellation of a significant order from one customer: Intel Corp. In doing so, the microprocessor giant canned its internal efforts to procure a next-generation, flash-memory tester.
eSilicon adds Inapac's SiP line to portfolio
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Expanding its product portfolio, fabless ASIC specialist eSilicon has added Inapac Technology's design-for-test intellectual property to its technology portfolio.
Europe to crack down on chip tax fraud
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The European Commission has laid out plans to combat a specific tax fraud that it says is costing hundreds of billions of Euros a year and is having a major impact on many industries, especially those susceptible to the fraud, such as semiconductors and mobile phones.
Micron, Hynix e-mails indicate price fixing
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The global price-fixing conspiracy among memory suppliers took another twist when several online reports said Micron Technology Inc. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. exchanged e-mails that suggest the companies colluded to fix memory chip prices in an effort to hurt Rambus Inc.
Evaluation and development system supports Ramtron’s FRAM-enhanced 8051 MCU
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Ramtron has begun offering its VersaKit-30xx, a complete and comprehensive evaluation platform that supports its new VRS51L3074, Versa 8051 MCU.
GreenSocs joins Open SystemC initiative
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Open source company builds community in support of OSCI standard and presents a roadmap of SystemC infrastructure.
Motor control platform for front-loading washers saves energy
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Product Review - International Rectifier's IRMCS3041 motor controller platform, a 400-watt energy-saving reference design, extends the company's iMOTION family of products to front-loading washing machine applications.
Bookham throws light on rear projector displays
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Optical components group Bookham, Inc will demonstrate at two trade exhibitions next week a novel LED multiplexing device targeted at rear projection television and pocket projectors.
India probes ZTE expansion plans
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The Indian government has reportedly put a hold on plans by China's Zhongxing Telecom Equipment Corp.'s to enter India's wholesale telecom gear market, citing objections by Indian intelligence agencies.
1394b chipset doubles data speed between PCs and peripherals
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The speed at which information can be moved between PCs and 1394b peripherals, such as high-performance external hard disk drives, can be doubled using the latest chipset from Agere Systems.
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