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SAN JOSE, Calif.
EE Times Tuesday (April 27) honored the winners of the sixth Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards at a reception here in conjunction with the Embedded Systems Conference.
The 2010 winners, by category, are:
Design Team of the Year: Intel Corp., Nehalem Family Design Team
Innovator of the Year: picoChip Designs Ltd., Doug Pulley, Chief Technical Officer
Executive of the Year: Microchip Technology Inc., Steve Sanghi, President and CEO
Startup of the Year Award: RFaxis Inc.
Company of the Year: ARM Holdings plc
Most Promising New Technology: Hewlett Packard Co.
Most Innovative Renewable Energy Award: National Semiconductor Corp.
Editors' Choice Award: PCBMotor
Educator of the Year: Bassam Matar, Engineering Faculty, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Student of the Year: Kristie DAmbrosio, MIT
Lifetime Achievement Award: Pasquale Pistorio, Honorary Chairman, STMicroelectronics
Also honered at the ceremony were 2010 IEEE Award winners:
The IEEE Spectrum Emerging Technology ACE Award: Pixel Qi Corp.
The IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society ACE Award: IBM/Russian Railways
EE Times ACE Awards were sponsored in part by Silver Sponsors Avnet and Xilinx Inc. and association media sponsor, IEEE Spectrum.
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