Maxim beats revenue target News & Analysis 4/30/2009 Post a comment Maxim Integrated Products posted net revenue of $339.7 million for its fiscal third quarter ended March 28, besting company guidance for the term.
Dialog Semi to surf the Atom wave Product News 4/30/2009 Post a comment Chip vendor Dialog Semiconductor taps the market momentum of Intel's Atom microprocessor by offering a power management device tailored for the Atom. The device helps designers to significantly reduce board space and costs, the company says.
Go, innovate, young man! Power DesignLine Blog 4/29/2009 Post a comment In 2007 Premier Farnell plc found the perfect formula for grabbing attention when it launched LiveEdge, a competition among engineers for designs that address the energy and environmental conservation fields.
A planned approach to maximum efficiency design News & Analysis 4/29/2009 Post a comment Engineers specifying a power supply for a given application may naturally assume that ensuring a generous output-power margin will deliver benefits such as reduced stress and a longer lifetime. In fact, the opposite is true. For optimum performance, engineers should assess the power requirements of the system accurately, and size the power supply accordingly.
Printed batteries market seen powering up News & Analysis 4/28/2009 Post a comment Sales of printed batteries will reach $200 million by the middle of the next decade, and they will be embedded in devices generating sales of $1.5 billion, according to market research group NanoMarkets (Glen Allen, VA).
Dialog Semi continues upward trend News & Analysis 4/28/2009 Post a comment Power management chip provider Dialog Semiconductor (Kirchheim/Teck, Germany) has continued its winning streak over six quarters now. Sales and profit were up, the outlook was cautious optimistic.
Obama to boost federal R&D spending News & Analysis 4/27/2009 1 comment President Barack Obama pledged to raise the level of U.S. federal spending on research and development to more than three percent of the country's gross domestic product. He also named Microsoft chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie and Google chief executive Eric Schmidt to his board of advisors on science and technology.
Silicon Line claims low power record for serdes News & Analysis 4/27/2009 Post a comment At power-sensitive imaging applications aims Silicon Line GmbH with a serializer-deserializer integrated circuit capable of transferring video signals up to HD1080i format. With a power consumption of 4mW or less, the device is optimized for mobile handsets and the like.
Nujira wins handset design slot for low-power PA News & Analysis 4/27/2009 Post a comment Nujira Ltd. (Cambridge, England), an RF engineering startup, has announced that its Coolteq technology for reducing the power consumption of power amplifiers has achieved a design win and purchase agreement with a handset maker.
Choosing the right topology Design How-To 4/23/2009 Post a comment Whatever the final application, power supply users want reasonably priced products that are small and efficient, yet have excellent EMC performance. This article explains how the choice of power supply topology can greatly affect these key parameters.
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