Transforming Technologies

IBM's next goal will be to increase the delay time to the microsecond-scale, while simultaneously making it tunable. By varying the delay — tuning it—the on-chip delay line could synchronize network data traffic at a switch so that data packets make optimal use of the available bandwidth on the network backbone.

Hauppauge, NY&#8212SMSC's two new temperature sensor families, the EMC1402, 1403 and 1404 series; and the companion EMC1422, 1423 and 1424 series (pull-up resistor versions), tout benchmark performance for single-chip high-accuracy sensors suited to 90-nm processor platforms while also minimizing diode characterization and time-to- market issues. The sensor technology, also incorporated into the company's new EMC2101 and EMC2102 fan controllers, provide designers with an extra measure of accuracy in forced-air systems.

According to Strategy Analytics ( Milton Keynes, England) these have the potential to reduce the demand for cellphones that include Wi-Fi capabilities, which many in the cellphone industry believe will emerge in high volumes over the next several years to support the convergence of fixed and mobile communications.

Indians entrepreneurs, for example, are concentrated in California and New Jersey, British in California and Georgia and Chinese and Taiwanese in California.

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Hauppauge, NY&#8212SMSC's two new temperature sensor families, the EMC1402, 1403 and 1404 series; and the companion EMC1422, 1423 and 1424 series (pull-up resistor versions), tout benchmark performance for single-chip high-accuracy sensors suited to 90-nm processor platforms while also minimizing diode characterization and time-to- market issues. The sensor technology, also incorporated into the company's new EMC2101 and EMC2102 fan controllers, provide designers with an extra measure of accuracy in forced-air systems.

According to Strategy Analytics ( Milton Keynes, England) these have the potential to reduce the demand for cellphones that include Wi-Fi capabilities, which many in the cellphone industry believe will emerge in high volumes over the next several years to support the convergence of fixed and mobile communications.

Indians entrepreneurs, for example, are concentrated in California and New Jersey, British in California and Georgia and Chinese and Taiwanese in California.

Many companies have legacy code they want to transition to multicore, but don't want to go through the pain of writing the applications. That reality has spawned a lot of talk about automated tools. Companies like CodePlay Software Ltd. (Edinburgh) are developing compilers that aim to make serial code parallel.

The companies say the combination strengthens their product range and R&D capabilities and thus will put Alcatel-Lucent at the forefront of the technological evolutions from 3G to 4G – relying on its OFDMA, SDR and MIMO expertise”.

Santa Clara, Calif.—Catalyst Semiconductor's five new 32-tap devices in its digitally programmable 10, 50, and 100-kilohm potentiometer family, both volatile and non-volatile devices, simplify LCD screen adjustment; automated calibration; contrast, brightness and volume control; gain adjustment; line impedance matching and mechanical potentiometer replacement in handheld and other space-constrained applications.

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According to Strategy Analytics ( Milton Keynes, England) these have the potential to reduce the demand for cellphones that include Wi-Fi capabilities, which many in the cellphone industry believe will emerge in high volumes over the next several years to support the convergence of fixed and mobile communications.

Indians entrepreneurs, for example, are concentrated in California and New Jersey, British in California and Georgia and Chinese and Taiwanese in California.

Many companies have legacy code they want to transition to multicore, but don't want to go through the pain of writing the applications. That reality has spawned a lot of talk about automated tools. Companies like CodePlay Software Ltd. (Edinburgh) are developing compilers that aim to make serial code parallel.

The companies say the combination strengthens their product range and R&D capabilities and thus will put Alcatel-Lucent at the forefront of the technological evolutions from 3G to 4G – relying on its OFDMA, SDR and MIMO expertise”.

Indians entrepreneurs, for example, are concentrated in California and New Jersey, British in California and Georgia and Chinese and Taiwanese in California.

Many companies have legacy code they want to transition to multicore, but don't want to go through the pain of writing the applications. That reality has spawned a lot of talk about automated tools. Companies like CodePlay Software Ltd. (Edinburgh) are developing compilers that aim to make serial code parallel.

The companies say the combination strengthens their product range and R&D capabilities and thus will put Alcatel-Lucent at the forefront of the technological evolutions from 3G to 4G – relying on its OFDMA, SDR and MIMO expertise”.

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Many companies have legacy code they want to transition to multicore, but don't want to go through the pain of writing the applications. That reality has spawned a lot of talk about automated tools. Companies like CodePlay Software Ltd. (Edinburgh) are developing compilers that aim to make serial code parallel.

The companies say the combination strengthens their product range and R&D capabilities and thus will put Alcatel-Lucent at the forefront of the technological evolutions from 3G to 4G – relying on its OFDMA, SDR and MIMO expertise”.

The companies say the combination strengthens their product range and R&D capabilities and thus will put Alcatel-Lucent at the forefront of the technological evolutions from 3G to 4G – relying on its OFDMA, SDR and MIMO expertise”.

Santa Clara, Calif.—Catalyst Semiconductor's five new 32-tap devices in its digitally programmable 10, 50, and 100-kilohm potentiometer family, both volatile and non-volatile devices, simplify LCD screen adjustment; automated calibration; contrast, brightness and volume control; gain adjustment; line impedance matching and mechanical potentiometer replacement in handheld and other space-constrained applications.

Fabbrix was founded in 2004 by Larry Pileggi, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, and some of his graduate students. Pileggi is Fabbrix CTO. Veteran EDA venture capitalist Lucio Lanza, managing director of Lanza TechVentures, is chairman of the board. Mark Templeton, former CEO of Artisan Components, is listed as CEO on the Fabbrix Web site but is not continuing in that position, Pileggi said.

Interestingly, this first application of 65-nm technology was designed not to improve performance over the previous, 90-nm Athlon, but to reduce power consumption. AMD claims it has reduced thermal power to 65 watts, down from 89 W for the 90-nm version of its 2.6-GHz processor.