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EDA/IP Weekly Roundup: Sept. 10, 2013
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This is a roundup of news and activities associated with EDA and IP over the past couple of weeks.
Japan No Longer Gung-Ho on Vehicle-to-Infra Alone
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9/9/2013   6 comments
In hopes of enabling the V2X future, the US, Japan, and Europe are all looking at different scenarios as to when and how Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure should unfold.
SunEdison to IPO Wafer Supply Unit
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Wafer supply firm that is moving towards solar module and farm activity and has filed for an IPO of its wafer supply business that could raise up to $250 million.
IoT Pioneer Takes More Money
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9/6/2013   10 comments
Television white-space spectrum pioneer Neul Ltd. has closed an initial tranche of a $5 million Series B round of equity funding.
Sticking to the Startup Plan
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9/6/2013   8 comments
Devils will sit on founders' shoulders tempting them to keep updating startups' products and services to recapture that "latest thing" status. Most of the time those founders should resist.
Valley Spawns Million-Dollar Engineers, Says VC
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9/5/2013   21 comments
Top algorithm experts are bringing down tens of millions in stock at Google and other web companies, said Marc Andreessen, an Internet entrepreneur turned venture capitalist.
Qualcomm Toq Is Engineer-CEO's Tick
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9/5/2013   19 comments
The much ballyhooed Qualcomm smart watch was a pet project of engineer-turned-CEO Paul Jacobs meant to demo the company's parts.
AMS Builds 3D Chip-Stacking Line
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9/5/2013   2 comments
Analog and sensor IC company AMS has invested more than about $33 million to create production capacity for analog 3D ICs at its wafer fab in Austria.
EE Times Week in Review Online Chat: Tiny $8 Development Board
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9/5/2013   7 comments
Join the EE Times editors to chat about what's been happening in electronics and engineering this week.
Broadcom Buys Renesas' LTE Assets – IP, SoC & Engineers
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9/4/2013   19 comments
Broadcom Corp. surprised many in the mobile industry by announcing a definitive agreement to acquire LTE-related assets from Renesas Mobile.
SuVolta Power-Saving Chip Process Enters Production
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Fujitsu launches image processor chip that uses DDC technology from SuVolta. Chip provides twice the performance of competitors' products and consumes less power, Fujitsu claims.
Slideshow: Q'comm Turns on 3DTV, MEMS, More
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9/4/2013   8 comments
An auto-stereoscopic 3DTV was one of two dozen demos that plugged into Snapdragon chips at an event the day before Qualcomm's Uplinq conference.
Chip Market Growth Strengthens in July
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9/4/2013   8 comments
Global chip sales for July were up 5 percent on the same period in 2012, with a US boom more than compensating for a declining Japanese market. However, Japan showed strong growth compared with the previous quarter.
ARM Buys Display IP From Cadence
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9/3/2013   2 comments
No price was given for the deal, but Cadence has agreed to transfer its Panta display controller cores to ARM.
Sand 9 MEMS Cracks Cellphone Market
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9/3/2013   8 comments
Sand 9 has finally achieved the holy grail of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) compatibility with billions of cellphones as well as the emerging Internet of Things.
Is Nokia Headed for Troll Country?
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9/3/2013   18 comments
The sale of the its handset business to Microsoft provides Nokia with the cash for yet another reinvention of itself, but it presents the Finnish company with a fundamental choice.
Indian Startup Uses Imagination for Wearable SoC
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9/2/2013   14 comments
An Indian startup chaired by Sanjay Jha, previously CEO and chairman of Motorola Mobility, has announced it has licensed graphics and MIPS processor cores from Imagination for use in its upcoming wearable processing unit (WPU) chip.
Flexible OLED Market to Boom in 2014
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9/2/2013   2 comments
Nascent market for flexible OLED displays set to gain momentum in 2014 but full flexibility must wait on materials and manufacturing progress, says market research firm.
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