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While the statement doesn't set Intel's plans in stone, it's also a further indication that Intel may be straying further away from Rambus.

These are mostly short-term issues, Web-Feet Research's Niebel said. The effect on unit shipments will be nil, especially since many cellular-handset manufacturers that can't buy 16- or 32-Mbit parts are doubling up on lower-density devices to meet their current needs, he said.

It was July and we were having coffee in one of Hong Kong's snazzy upscale hotels. I was on my way to Taipei to write about Windows 8 on ARM and fabless IP companies, so I was just storing away his comments to a place somewhere in the far back of my mental filing cabinet.

The speed of the new design, incorporated in NEC's Atomic and CarGate microcontrollers, allows it to manage multiple tasks from as many as five different automotive CAN systems.

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These are mostly short-term issues, Web-Feet Research's Niebel said. The effect on unit shipments will be nil, especially since many cellular-handset manufacturers that can't buy 16- or 32-Mbit parts are doubling up on lower-density devices to meet their current needs, he said.

It was July and we were having coffee in one of Hong Kong's snazzy upscale hotels. I was on my way to Taipei to write about Windows 8 on ARM and fabless IP companies, so I was just storing away his comments to a place somewhere in the far back of my mental filing cabinet.

The speed of the new design, incorporated in NEC's Atomic and CarGate microcontrollers, allows it to manage multiple tasks from as many as five different automotive CAN systems.

Automakers and electronics vendors know, however, that a reliable, fault-tolerant bus is needed for such applications. Controller area network (CAN) buses, which are typically used for powertrain and other automotive controls, are not considered reliable enough for drive-by-wire.

Overall, I thought the exhibit was a fresh and exciting example of technology being used to create interactive art. From eye-popping wearable tech (so hideous it's hip) to a stereoscopic video installation, GeekDown was truly geek chic. View the slideshow and accompanying comments to see some prime examples of tech creativity in action. Photos: Debee Rommel

1C-H Lin and K. Bult, A 10b 250Msample/s CMOS DAC in 1mm2,” Proc. IEEE 1998 ISSCC, pp. 214-215, Jan. 1998.2A. Marques, J. Bastos, A. Van den Bosch, J. Vandenbussche, M. Steyaert, and W. Sansen, A 12b Accuracy 300Msample/s Update Rate CMOS DAC,” Proc. IEEE 1998 ISSCC, pp. 216-217, Jan 1998.3Marcel J. M. Pelgrom, AAD C. J. Duinmaijer, and Anton P. G. Welbers, Matching properties of MOS Transistors,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp. 1433-1439, Oct. 1989.4Bult, K. High-Speed DACs,” Mead Course 2: High Speed Data Converters, pp. 1-88, Oct. 19985J. Vandenbussche, G. Van den Bosch, W. Daems, G. Gielen, M. Steyaert, and W. Sansen, A 14b 150Msample/s Update Rate Q2 Random Walk CMOS DAC,” Proc. IEEE 1999 ISSCC, pp. 146-147, Jan. 1999.6Y. Nakamura, T. Miki, A. Maeda, H. Kondoh, and N. Yazawa, A 10-b 70-MS/s CMOS D/A Converter,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 26, No. 4, Apr. 1991.7T. Miki, Y. Nakamura, M. Nakaya, S. Asai, Y. Akasaka, and Y. Horiba, An 80-MHz 8-bit CMOS D/A Converter,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. sc-21, No. 6, Dec. 1986.

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It was July and we were having coffee in one of Hong Kong's snazzy upscale hotels. I was on my way to Taipei to write about Windows 8 on ARM and fabless IP companies, so I was just storing away his comments to a place somewhere in the far back of my mental filing cabinet.

The speed of the new design, incorporated in NEC's Atomic and CarGate microcontrollers, allows it to manage multiple tasks from as many as five different automotive CAN systems.

Automakers and electronics vendors know, however, that a reliable, fault-tolerant bus is needed for such applications. Controller area network (CAN) buses, which are typically used for powertrain and other automotive controls, are not considered reliable enough for drive-by-wire.

Overall, I thought the exhibit was a fresh and exciting example of technology being used to create interactive art. From eye-popping wearable tech (so hideous it's hip) to a stereoscopic video installation, GeekDown was truly geek chic. View the slideshow and accompanying comments to see some prime examples of tech creativity in action. Photos: Debee Rommel

The speed of the new design, incorporated in NEC's Atomic and CarGate microcontrollers, allows it to manage multiple tasks from as many as five different automotive CAN systems.

Automakers and electronics vendors know, however, that a reliable, fault-tolerant bus is needed for such applications. Controller area network (CAN) buses, which are typically used for powertrain and other automotive controls, are not considered reliable enough for drive-by-wire.

Overall, I thought the exhibit was a fresh and exciting example of technology being used to create interactive art. From eye-popping wearable tech (so hideous it's hip) to a stereoscopic video installation, GeekDown was truly geek chic. View the slideshow and accompanying comments to see some prime examples of tech creativity in action. Photos: Debee Rommel

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Automakers and electronics vendors know, however, that a reliable, fault-tolerant bus is needed for such applications. Controller area network (CAN) buses, which are typically used for powertrain and other automotive controls, are not considered reliable enough for drive-by-wire.

Overall, I thought the exhibit was a fresh and exciting example of technology being used to create interactive art. From eye-popping wearable tech (so hideous it's hip) to a stereoscopic video installation, GeekDown was truly geek chic. View the slideshow and accompanying comments to see some prime examples of tech creativity in action. Photos: Debee Rommel

Overall, I thought the exhibit was a fresh and exciting example of technology being used to create interactive art. From eye-popping wearable tech (so hideous it's hip) to a stereoscopic video installation, GeekDown was truly geek chic. View the slideshow and accompanying comments to see some prime examples of tech creativity in action. Photos: Debee Rommel

1C-H Lin and K. Bult, A 10b 250Msample/s CMOS DAC in 1mm2,” Proc. IEEE 1998 ISSCC, pp. 214-215, Jan. 1998.2A. Marques, J. Bastos, A. Van den Bosch, J. Vandenbussche, M. Steyaert, and W. Sansen, A 12b Accuracy 300Msample/s Update Rate CMOS DAC,” Proc. IEEE 1998 ISSCC, pp. 216-217, Jan 1998.3Marcel J. M. Pelgrom, AAD C. J. Duinmaijer, and Anton P. G. Welbers, Matching properties of MOS Transistors,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp. 1433-1439, Oct. 1989.4Bult, K. High-Speed DACs,” Mead Course 2: High Speed Data Converters, pp. 1-88, Oct. 19985J. Vandenbussche, G. Van den Bosch, W. Daems, G. Gielen, M. Steyaert, and W. Sansen, A 14b 150Msample/s Update Rate Q2 Random Walk CMOS DAC,” Proc. IEEE 1999 ISSCC, pp. 146-147, Jan. 1999.6Y. Nakamura, T. Miki, A. Maeda, H. Kondoh, and N. Yazawa, A 10-b 70-MS/s CMOS D/A Converter,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 26, No. 4, Apr. 1991.7T. Miki, Y. Nakamura, M. Nakaya, S. Asai, Y. Akasaka, and Y. Horiba, An 80-MHz 8-bit CMOS D/A Converter,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. sc-21, No. 6, Dec. 1986.

Clock trees are particularly vulnerable to design integrity problems. As the highest-frequency nets in a design, the clocks must be carefully crafted to avoid problems such as wire self-heat and hot electron, which must be predicted and prevented as the clock tree is being developed. If left until later in the design process, these problems can be extremely costly to solve as entire portions of the chip may have to be ripped up and rerouted.

Gendron: Our focus is largely in the $100 million-and-below business because that's what's out there. Most larger connector or switch companies have already merged.