Agilent and SiSoft team to bring jitter to IBIS Blog 1/31/2013 Post a comment IBIS-AMI models used to design and optimize high-speed serial links have lacked comprehensive jitter-modeling parameters and were limited to simple, first-order models of transmitter output drivers and receiver input-termination behavior…
PCIe 3.0 equalization Webinar Blog 1/24/2013 Post a comment This live webinar this morning was packed with information about what you need to do to deal with equalization in the PCIe 3.0 implementation if you hope to achieve 8Gbps…
Facebook covets core-heavy ARM SoCs News & Analysis 1/18/2013 8 comments Vendors need to design simpler server SoCs and lower cost flash if they want to fill the many sockets emerging in data centers for the social networking giant.
ARM friends Facebook at summit News & Analysis 1/15/2013 2 comments ARM SoC vendors Applied Micro and Calxeda will take part in the Facebook-led Open Compute Summit this week, a sign the social networking giant is poised to move beyond the x86.
Asian vendors rise as PC sales slump in Q4 News & Analysis 1/14/2013 1 comment Lenovo and Asus gained in the fourth quarter, but holiday PC sales declined for the first time in more than five years.
Global PC sales fell 6.4 percent in the last quarter, the first such holiday season drop in more than five years with Lenovo and Asus among the few making gains
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