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12/17/14 Companies will jointly bring Infineon’s Smart Power Technology to UMC’s 300mm manufacturing The...0
12/02/14 At an alarming rate, what’s carrying our stuff and transporting us is crowding electronics into tight boundaries—can automotive embedded keep up, or will the ability to keep unintentional transmissions, iffy power delivery and harsh chemicals at bay suffer?...0
12/02/14 The combined company will: Be a $2 billion global leader in microcontrollers and specialized...0
11/26/14 Listen up: here’s where you’re going to use a PCIe switch....0
11/25/14 Security Advice from the US Department of Justice: Include “Back Doors” to enable Monitoring. How smart is this?...0
11/24/14 From luxury to base models, IC content on all new cars is increasing. Later this month,...0
11/17/14 Security Advice from the US Department of Justice: Include “Back Doors” to enable Monitoring. How smart is this? By Alan Grau, Icon Labs In a recent statement issued by the U...0
New Measurement and Graphing Features Extend Analysis Capabilities of Industry Leading CAN FD Solution 01/26/15
Safety Support Opens up Automotive, Health and Industrial Markets for ARM Cortex-R5 Processor 01/22/15
TI's innovative automotive infotainment platform enables Ford to redefine the user experience in Ford’s SYNC 3 01/14/15
Video Decoder delivers 960H image over 500 meter cables with built-in Adaptive Equalizer (AEQ) 01/09/15
Security Advice from the US Department of Justice: Include “Back Doors” to enable Monitoring. How...
USB, HDMI, or analog signals degrade to mush over long signal traces or cables; check out these “before...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
The DSPBridge project allows open-source developers to use the OMAP processor’s on-chip DSP with...
Ford funded researchers have found a way to make self driving cars that use a single camera. Google or Ford or someone with deep pockets will first have to send survey cars around to create 3-D maps, similar to the maps your Garmin already has produced.? R.Colin Johnson @NextGenLog, Google+ and EE TimesThree Ford Fusions...
It makes perfect sense for automakers and tier one suppliers to set up facilities in Silicon Valley where there are, as you may know, a great many very well qualified technical people. It’s one more sign – not that we needed one – of the increasing significance of electronics hardware/software/systems technology to...
I attended the IEEE 802.3 meeting in Atlanta last week. I have blogged about Ethernet standards-making meetings before and I thought I should post an update on how things have progressed. Cadence has a comprehensive design and verification IP portfolio for Ethernet, and we strive to keep it aligned to the current standards. Before...
Blog Post: TIer Larry Hornbeck, inventor of the DLP® chip, wins Academy Award / (TI E2E Community)
Exactly one month from today, Hollywood stars, producers, directors, cinematographers, screenwriters and more will anxiously walk the red carpet at the Academy Awards ® , wondering if they are one of the lucky few who will take home an 8 ½ pound, 13 ½ inch tall Oscar®, the most prized award in the world...
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