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Global Chip Revenue Rises in 2013, Reversing Loss from Earlier Year; Memory and Wireless Lead the Way
Worldwide semiconductor revenue rose a solid 5.0 percent last year, with memory chips the star performers, according to the latest research from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS). Total
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IBM has not only perfected a method of growing wafer scale graphene as a potential material for the post-silicon era, but has found a way to use it today to dramatically cut the cost of GaN LEDs.A four-inch wafer of graphene successfully transferred to a silicon wafer.Further Reading...
By Jim Trudeau – The buzz around the Kinetis L series microcontroller (MCU) is really exciting. It combines the low-power, low-cost and ease-of-use of 8-bit, with the energy-efficiency, feature integration and scalability of 32-bit. My colleague Erich Styger wrote about the Freescale Freedom development platform, which is...
By Rainer Makowitz — Electrification of safety critical functions in the vehicle is progressing in all new car models. ISO will publish the new automotive safety standard ISO26262 in the middle of 2011. Is the world going to be different after that? In our Panel Discussion on Functional Safety at the Freescale Technology...
By Erich Styger There are some advantages to working for a high tech company like Freescale. One of them is early access to cool toys. Yesterday was my ‘lucky day’: my Freescale Kinetis L series Freedom board arrived. This board is really nice and features the KL25Z from the recently announced Kinetis L series...
Although many electronic design engineers will consider the provision of power for medical applications to be a reasonably well-understood subject, there is one particular area, concerning
Emerson Network Power describes how to extend ATCA into military applications. Military programs such as Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance,
We are seeing a new class of workload optimized systems and applications emerge, which are providing the real-time processing necessary for new service offerings, lowering operational
Resources: Power7 Performance Guide v 1.0.2 Smarter planet with the new Power7 [company]
Power.org Chinese web site Power.org Chinese version (www.power.org/cn ) is currently in operations and serves Chinese-based communities with information, initiatives,
Additions and Enhancements to the Power ISA v2.06 extend the advantages of the Power Architecture ranging from performance, flexibility, and RAS to energy efficiency. Vector-Scalar
Internet everywhere, IP everywhere and seamless mobility are key macro trends that will continue drive more complexity in the design of systems to meet the requirements of next generation
With a powerful instruction set, multicore capabilities, virtualization and best-in-class ecosystem, Power Architecture technology is a stand-out. Power Architecture® processing
LTE Solutions with Power Architecture Processors [company]
Virtualized Systems Development for Heterogeneous Multi-core and Multi-architecture Systems [company]
IBM's Next Generation Server Processor POWER7 Core The new POWER7 Core has a total of 18 Execution units, including two fixed point pipelines bit aligned to the two
A high-performance processor core with coherency-enabled level 1 caches Highlights Superscalar, 5-issue, 32-bit RISC processor core Implements Power Instruction Set
Fidus Systems Inc. develops electronic products for a wide range of industries including aerospace, defense, consumer, medical, industrial, semiconductors and telecommunications. Fidus
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows, Linux Supported PowerPC Architectures: 4xx, 5xx, 7xx, 603, 8xx, 5200, 5554, 82xx, 85xx A free Eclipse Ganymede-compliant embedded debugging
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows Supported PowerPC Architectures: PPC440, PPC460, MPC55xx, MPC56xx, SPC56x, e200 Core, MPC551x Dual Core and external FLASHs FLASH Programming
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows, Linux Supported Power Architectures® (including PowerPC): 4xx, 5xx, 7xx, 603, 8xx, 82xx, 85xx The OCD Flash Programmer allows in-circuit
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows Supported PowerPC Architectures: PPC440, PPC460, MPC55xx, MPC56xx, SPC56x, e200 Core, MPC551x Dual Core On Top Solutions for System Development Universal