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Displaying items by tag: semiconductor

Engineers at the Australian National University in Canberra have invented a semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can convert electricity into light very efficiently – and is thin and flexible enough to help make devices such as mobile phones bendable.

Published in Development
Monday, 08 February 2016 14:42

Chip growth slows but competition fierce

Every computing device needs memory and a central processor. Competition is fierce, growth trends are low, so the main players are spending heavily on new technology to stay ahead.

Thursday, 10 July 2014 17:14

IBM to splash $3 billion on chip research

Tech powerhouse IBM will spend US$3 billion on semiconductor research and development in the next five years, despite rumours the company is considering selling its chip-manufacturing arm.

Published in Strategy

Cortus offers low latency bridges between the Cortus APS bus and AHB-Liteâ„¢ and APBâ„¢. These bridges facilitate the migration of older designs using processors supporting AHB-Liteâ„¢ to Cortus APS3 and FPS6 processors.

Secure SIM controllers offer a powerful combination of flexibility and extended performance with large data retention and best-in-class endurance cycles

Titan Shape-Based Router for mixed-signal designs reduces routing time from 2 weeks to 2 days

StarChip, high volume, secure microcontroller design expert, announces the tape-out of its 32bit-Secure chip SIM platform. This new technology includes Flash secure 32-bit SIM architecture based on Cortus APS3S core and providing high-level endurance management, fast personalization mode and fully secure lifecycle handling.

Cambridge Wireless Hosts the Future of Wireless International Conference 2010

Thursday, 28 January 2010 14:07

Apple launches its own A4 processor

You would be excused for missing it in the midst of the Apple iPad fanfare, but as well as a new gadget Apple are also releasing their own proprietary CPU.

Published in Home Tech
Plans to spin out a fabless semiconductor company to commercialise NICTA’s 60GHz chip, which can transmit data at up to 5 gigabits per second, are being thwarted by the lack of a lead venture capital partner.
Published in Home Tech




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