Taica Corporation

The company has also promised to double its offering of structured ASICs by year's end, introducing follow-ups to its NetComposer and PeripheralComposer products as well as Template. In short, Faraday isn't flustered by one of the market leaders packing it in.

SAN FRANCISCO — Ein Startup aus dem kalifornischen Santa Clara hat sich einiges vorgenommen: Key ASIC will nicht nur ASIC- und System-on-Chips (SoC) entwickeln, sondern auch spezielle Techniken für CMOS-HF-Designs, Mixed-Signal-Designs mit hoher Spannung und geringem Stromverbrauch sowie digitale Designs implementieren.Der Newcomer verfolgt dabei ein zweigleisiges Geschäftsmodell: Einerseits will man Intellectual Property (IP) und DFM-Leistungen (Design-to-Manufacturing) anbieten, andererseits seine eigenen Chips für den Kommunikations- und Consumer-Markt als Fabless-ASIC-Anbieter vertreiben.

Startups NetLogic, Pathscale and Raza Microelectronics currently support HTX cards, and four ODMs–Arima, Asus, Iwill and Supermicro–support HTX slots in their systems. More HTX support will be announced later this year.

The research is part of the Revolutionizing Prosthetics 2009 project sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa).

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SAN FRANCISCO — Ein Startup aus dem kalifornischen Santa Clara hat sich einiges vorgenommen: Key ASIC will nicht nur ASIC- und System-on-Chips (SoC) entwickeln, sondern auch spezielle Techniken für CMOS-HF-Designs, Mixed-Signal-Designs mit hoher Spannung und geringem Stromverbrauch sowie digitale Designs implementieren.Der Newcomer verfolgt dabei ein zweigleisiges Geschäftsmodell: Einerseits will man Intellectual Property (IP) und DFM-Leistungen (Design-to-Manufacturing) anbieten, andererseits seine eigenen Chips für den Kommunikations- und Consumer-Markt als Fabless-ASIC-Anbieter vertreiben.

Startups NetLogic, Pathscale and Raza Microelectronics currently support HTX cards, and four ODMs–Arima, Asus, Iwill and Supermicro–support HTX slots in their systems. More HTX support will be announced later this year.

The research is part of the Revolutionizing Prosthetics 2009 project sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa).

LAS VEGAS (NAB), – Maven Networks, Inc., the pioneer in commercial use of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, the market-leading provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide cutting-edge Internet TV solutions. The two companies’ integrated offering presents an unparalleled, complete digital media delivery solution, from content management to rich consumer experience. The combined solution will make it faster and more affordable for media companies to launch highly scalable, unique and engaging Internet TV experiences that will keep audiences coming back for more. Having a combined ten years of complementary product development and market experience, thePlatform and Maven are uniquely qualified to meet the rising demand for best-of-breed broadband video solutions.

For the first quarter of 2006, Memscap (Grenoble, France) announced a gross margin of 40 percent, up from minus 7 percent a year ago and from 37 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005.

Assessment

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Startups NetLogic, Pathscale and Raza Microelectronics currently support HTX cards, and four ODMs–Arima, Asus, Iwill and Supermicro–support HTX slots in their systems. More HTX support will be announced later this year.

The research is part of the Revolutionizing Prosthetics 2009 project sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa).

LAS VEGAS (NAB), – Maven Networks, Inc., the pioneer in commercial use of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, the market-leading provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide cutting-edge Internet TV solutions. The two companies’ integrated offering presents an unparalleled, complete digital media delivery solution, from content management to rich consumer experience. The combined solution will make it faster and more affordable for media companies to launch highly scalable, unique and engaging Internet TV experiences that will keep audiences coming back for more. Having a combined ten years of complementary product development and market experience, thePlatform and Maven are uniquely qualified to meet the rising demand for best-of-breed broadband video solutions.

For the first quarter of 2006, Memscap (Grenoble, France) announced a gross margin of 40 percent, up from minus 7 percent a year ago and from 37 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005.

The research is part of the Revolutionizing Prosthetics 2009 project sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa).

LAS VEGAS (NAB), – Maven Networks, Inc., the pioneer in commercial use of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, the market-leading provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide cutting-edge Internet TV solutions. The two companies’ integrated offering presents an unparalleled, complete digital media delivery solution, from content management to rich consumer experience. The combined solution will make it faster and more affordable for media companies to launch highly scalable, unique and engaging Internet TV experiences that will keep audiences coming back for more. Having a combined ten years of complementary product development and market experience, thePlatform and Maven are uniquely qualified to meet the rising demand for best-of-breed broadband video solutions.

For the first quarter of 2006, Memscap (Grenoble, France) announced a gross margin of 40 percent, up from minus 7 percent a year ago and from 37 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005.

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LAS VEGAS (NAB), – Maven Networks, Inc., the pioneer in commercial use of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, the market-leading provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide cutting-edge Internet TV solutions. The two companies’ integrated offering presents an unparalleled, complete digital media delivery solution, from content management to rich consumer experience. The combined solution will make it faster and more affordable for media companies to launch highly scalable, unique and engaging Internet TV experiences that will keep audiences coming back for more. Having a combined ten years of complementary product development and market experience, thePlatform and Maven are uniquely qualified to meet the rising demand for best-of-breed broadband video solutions.

For the first quarter of 2006, Memscap (Grenoble, France) announced a gross margin of 40 percent, up from minus 7 percent a year ago and from 37 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005.

For the first quarter of 2006, Memscap (Grenoble, France) announced a gross margin of 40 percent, up from minus 7 percent a year ago and from 37 percent in the fourth quarter of 2005.

Assessment

FPGAs have been used for configurable computing platforms for the past two decades, spurring widespread industry and academic interest. DRC founder Steve Casselman was in the thick of it, developing FPGA-based computing systems in the late 1980s. Casselman started Virtual Computer Corp., which ultimately closed during the 2000 downturn, Laurich said.

It had long been assumed that optical interfaces should closely integrate photonic components and semiconductors using a silicon optical bench” model, observed ClariPhy CEO Paul Voois. But channel equalization became next to impossible in newer modules like XFP.