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28-08-09
Atmel's microcontroller and it's MCU embedded chips are now safeguarded against Power Analysis attack. Hackers and counterfeit experts use Simple Power Analysis (SPA) and Differential Power Analysi...
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27-08-09
Microsemi has sold the assets of Semicoa to a third party. In connection with this sale, the United States Department of Justice has settled its civil action against Microsemi. Microsemi's settleme...
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27-07-09
Synopsys VLSI chip design tool called IC validator which is part of its Galaxy platform now supports TSMC's new physical design verification format called iDRC (interoperable design rule checking) ...
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24-06-09
Ramtron's FM22L16 4-Mbit (Mb) F-RAM chips are selected by China based SBS Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (SBS) for use in an innovative solid-state disk (SSD) data storage device. SBS is into e...
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05-06-09
Microcontroller maker Microchip has promoted Ganesh Moorthy to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Microchip. Ganesh Moorthy is working in semiconductor business since 1981 w...
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12-05-09
Microcontroller-embedded programmable analog and mixed signal IC called Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) is creating it's own market in India by entering through engineering institutes/colleges. ...
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04-05-09
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mumbai and Infineon are working together in CMOS VLSI design from 2007 onwards. They have reached a major milestone in integrating high voltage functionality in...
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30-04-09
MathWorks has announced Release 2009a (R2009a) of its MATLAB, Simulink, and PolySpace product families. R2009a utilizes parallel computing techniques to work faster on multicore and multiprocessor ...
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16-04-09
AZ Displays has introduced a new Electronic Paper (e-paper) displays to display text and graphics in monochrome color. It's a great innovation effort by AZ displays. This technology is born out ...
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14-04-09
EDA industry is reeling under pressure to innovate. Semiconductor vendors are in no-mood to pay hefty charges for some small improvements. EDA vendors are left with limited options either to provid...