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Omron restructures top management at components unit
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In a major reorganization of the senior management structure at Omron Electronic Components Business , Mark Jones has been promoted from vice president of sales and marketing to chief operating officer for European operations.
MCUs add flash, cut power budgets
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To help OEMs expand into new embedded markets without having to allocate valuable capital in software rewrites or convert to a new architecture, microcontroller vendors are developing product strategies that include building parts that consume less power, include a larger amount of on-chip flash memory, deliver multicore architectures and offer higher integration.
Brazil treads tough terrain in quest to become IC design hub
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There is a saying among suppliers of semiconductors and other electronic products to the booming Brazilian market: "Miami is Brazil."
Under the Hood: 1-Gbit DDR3 SDRAMs square off
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With the launch of Intel's P35 chip sets, the growing list of validated devices and AMD's planned support, DDR3 SDRAMs have become a reality.
Enabling digital microphones with CMOS
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As micromachining of electret microphones has improved over the years, microphones have become smaller, and their element capacitance has decreased.
p-OLED display maker expands Asian sales channels
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Plastic OLED microdisplay specialist MicroEmissive Displays (MED) has appointed another two partners in the Far East to serve its key Asian markets.
Global chip sales up 2.2% from last July
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The three-month average of global chip sales for July, was $20.6 billion, up 3.2 percent on the previous month and an increase of 2.2 percent for year-on-year growth, according to numbers from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization. The three-month average of sales of semiconductors in Europe in July 2007 reached $3.28 billion, an annual growth of 3.5 percent.
DEK, BTU partner for solar cell manufacturing
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Semiconductor manufacturing equipment makers DEK and BTU International are joining forces to develop and supply solar cell makers with a turnkey in-line metallization process.
Fundamentals of embedded audio, part 1
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Part 1 of this 3-part series explains the basics of audio converters and the common standards for connecting processors to these converters.
Ten-dollar DaVinci does HD at 400 mW
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Texas Instruments has added to its DaVinci family of video-oriented chips.
Enriching the connected car driving experience: Part 1 - connected platforms and the Rich Internet
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9/1/2007   Post a comment
X86 platform architecture delivers a rich and interactive in-car experience in a way that's difficult for non-PC-compatible platforms--and bridges the gap between automotive and consumer product lifecycles.
Motherboard supports two quad processors
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ITOX announced the introduction of the G7B630-NRM-G motherboard supporting Intel Core 2 Quad processors.
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