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NEW:UK at the NEC Birmingham offers visitors a wealth of learning and the opportunity to see 100's of different products and services on display

With the ability to be placed in various serial & parallel I/O configurations, including a proprietary dynamic bi-directional data bus

Unique combination of design and manufacturing tools will accelerate lithography qualification and improve chip yields

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AgOInc extends AnXploreranalog and RF circuit optimisation tool with new algorithms to port circuits between similar technologies

The combination of Magma's Titan and FineSim software and LFoundry's process technology will accelerate development of analog/mixed-signal (AMS) products, especially for European system-on-chip (SoC) developers.

Joint master class to unlock the potentials in Wireless Sensing

Join LeCroy and Evatronix for a real-life engineering guide on the USB 3.0 standard and its hardware and software limitations.

Latest SW/FW version adds stacked VLANs management

Direct chip-to-chip interconnect allows significant power and silicon area savings while retaining all performance features of the USB 2.0 standard.

Seminar programme for National Electronics Week on 12th - 13th April 2011 in the Pavilion of the NEC.

Improved technology parameter, sub-circuit identification and analog circuit optimisation bring improved productivity to analog and RF circuit designers

Hardware design specialist Libelium opens a new community site for electronics enthusiasts offering a wide range of tutorials, cost-effective products, news, customer service and user-created hacks & recipes.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 12:52

Canon claims CMOS image sensor record

Canon has developed the world's largest CMOS image sensor - a huge 202 by 205mm chip.

Published in Entertainment

VLSI Solution has today announced VSIDE - the Integrated Development Environment for VSDSP Processor Family.

Cambridge Wireless is Unlocking New Semiconductor Opportunities in Connectivity 20th May 2010, Cambridge, UK

Uses standard CMOS technologies and lines to slash MEMS costs by up to two thirds

Kogan Technologies says it has increased its buying power and as such can really deliver better prices to consumers, and is proving it by 'slashing prices on a range of consumer electronics products' from today.
Published in Home Tech

Lauterbach and Cortus are pleased to announce that the Lauterbach TRACE32® Power Tools now fully support the Cortus APS3 family of processors.

Tuesday, 09 February 2010 14:15

Sony's PS3 like Mentos except it's 'The LossMaker'

After years of staggering losses, Sony has reported that it has made a 'quaterly profit'  while still suggesting it will lose money over the full year, while reports say the PS3 is now costing the company only $18 per unit losses rather than the $37 per unit it was losing previously.
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 08 February 2010 11:41

IBM sets graphene transistor record

IBM researchers have created the world's fastest graphene transistor.
Published in Home Tech
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