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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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