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Hardened floating point DSP gives FPGAs a boost 2014-04-24
Altera is building hardened single-precision floating point DSP blocks into its FPGAs and SoCs, performing up to 1.5TFLOPS in Arria 10 devices and 10TFLOPS in Stratix 10. Adding a layer of hardened multipliers and adders helped eliminate nearly all the logic usage in existing floating point computations  
MRAM plots a 50 per cent CAGR increase 2014-04-23
In addition to its non-volatile appeal, the growth is seen to be driven by power savings from storing data using magnetic element, yielding $246.3 million by 2019  
GaAs cell scores 14% conversion efficiency with zinc oxide 2014-04-23
Researchers modified the surface of a 9mm2 gallium arsenide solar cell through a chemical synthesis of thin films, nanostructures and nanoparticles to squash the sun's reflection and maximise the light absorbed  
Samsung declares Apple's $2.2B claim an exaggeration 2014-04-23
Judith Chevalier testified for Samsung with calculations that lowered Apple's damage claim to a mere $38 million, assuming it broke patent laws. The Korean company also accused Apple of infringing its patents including a compression technology and Hitachi's digital image management system  
3D printing poses environmental health risks 2014-04-22
3D or additive manufacturing is carving out milestones for the electronics industry. But like any other technological breakthroughs, this comes at a price—that which the environment itself has to pay  
Cadence seeks comprehensive verification with Jasper 2014-04-22
The combination of Cadence's and Jasper's technologies will result in an inclusive metric-driven verification approach that unites formal and dynamic techniques, accommodating engineers who increasingly adopt formal analysis to complement traditional verification methods  
Mining big data sees increasing value across businesses 2014-04-22
Companies are placing a premium on big data, seeking to harness it and boost overall business processes. This creates an urgency to narrow, if not close the gap between data and usable information with intelligent data analysis  
Nike gives marching orders to 55 FuelBand staff 2014-04-22
Nike has laid off 55 employees or about 80 per cent of the engineering team responsible for developing its FuelBand line of wearables. The move is said to be part of a software development push for the Nike Digital Tech  
Survey sheds light on users' perception of SSD performance 2014-04-22
The SNIA survey results—which embodied the mobile, desktop, server, and storage sub-system segments—revealed that endurance was prioritised by users, followed by integrity and data encryption. This uncovered an outdated  
FPGAs must shape up to accelerate growth 2014-04-22
The rocketing ASIC mask-set and NRE costs have not yielded a surge of FPGA designs, but have rather driven engineers to resort to older technology nodes to mitigate the cost issues. Considering this and the standing Moore's Law concern, the FPGA outlook does not appear so bright  
Altera adopts fine-pitch copper packaging for Arria FPGAs 2014-04-22
TSMC's flip chip ball grid array package technology utilises fine-pitch copper bumps measuring less than 150µm, providing excellent bump joint fatigue life, improved performance in electro-migration current and low stress on the ELK layers  
IoT designs demand EDA to refocus on basic requirements 2014-04-21
For EDA to support the rapidly growing IoT landscape, one industry expert suggests a return to verification, power management, and analogue/mixed signal designs  
Online community looks to mitigate counterfeiting problem 2014-04-21
The Trusted Global Buyers Network formed by Network Product Solutions is a crowdsourcing community, where members evaluate suppliers to establish a databank of trustworthy sources, mitigating counterfeiting and obsolescence problems in the process  
SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk 2014-04-21
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share  
Earphone' could give Google Glass a run for its money 2014-04-21
Samsung's one-sided headset, referred to in a patent application as Earphone, has only a single miniature head-up display that extends around to present itself in front of the user's eye  
Galaxy S5 fails to impress with evolutionary upgrades 2014-04-21
The Galaxy 5 improves on a few areas but ultimately there is not enough to make people upgrade from the Galaxy 4  
DRAM interfaces see favourable future 2014-04-21
Wide-IO promises to provide a wider, faster bus for communication, while reducing interface power consumption to a fraction of today's level  
Building Galaxy S5 costs more than iPhone 5s at $256 2014-04-21
IHS has run the maths on the latest Galaxy model, revealing a BoM that pushes up to as much as $256.52. The amount includes the $5 assembly cost and several hardware upgrades featuring a Snapdragon 801 MPU, a MIMO Wi-Fi module, a power management IC, and a host of sensors  
TSMC to post high Q1 revenue due to smartphones, 28nm tech 2014-04-21
The company expects a 22 per cent quarterly increase in sales to between $5.96 billion and $6.06 billion, gross margins between 47.5 per cent and 49.5 per cent  
KAIST Wi-Power system transfers energy over a 5m range 2014-04-21
The Dipole Coil Resonance System has two magnetic dipole coils, one induces a magnetic field and another receives electric power. It has a low Q factor of 100 and operates at a frequency of 100kHz  
Chip vendors attempt to mine DIY community with $99 boards 2014-04-21
The industry is seeing a trend involving a growing support by chip vendors for the DIY community—providing reference designs on single computer boards and profiting from it. As it is, there appears a long way to go before vendors can leverage the potential of these 'makers  
Samsung seeks to undermine Apple's 'conjoint analysis' 2014-04-21
Samsung's defence on day three of its trial versus Apple focused on how mere semblance of the contested features in their mobile devices does not constitute patent infringement  
Motorola Solutions hands enterprise unit over to Zebra 2014-04-17
The enterprise business will be sold for $3.45 billion to Zebra—a move that, according to Chairman and Chief Executive Greg Brown, will position Motorola Solutions as a "singularly focused pure-play leader in mission-critical communications  
Niche SRAM market thrives in networking, telecoms 2014-04-17
Given the memory's speed capabilities, SRAM finds success in networking, where infrastructures are regularly updated in order to manage moving and storing data, and keep up with the growing Internet traffic  
Google cherry-picks Lattice FPGA for ARA platform 2014-04-17
Lattice Semiconductor's ECP5 FPGA will be utilised in Google's Project ARA initiative in which an open hardware platform for creating highly modular phones will be developed. The platform will include a structural frame to house the user-preferred modules including display and keyboard  
Xiaomi edges out giant rivals with cheaper smartphones 2014-04-17
The electronics manufacturer overtook Apple with 18.7 million smartphones sold in China last year. It is able to provide competitive prices by maintaining a very low profit margin on hardware, and making most of its revenues from apps, games, and ebooks  
Quantum dots make colourful luminescent solar concentrators 2014-04-16
A luminescent solar concentrator serves as a light-harvesting antenna which concentrates solar radiation collected from a large area onto a much smaller solar cell, enabling its potential as solar panels that can double as house windows.  
3D smartphone thrusts Amazon into Samsung's playing field 2014-04-16
As part of its broader push into hardware, Amazon is releasing a smartphone with four front-facing sensors that has people debating how it will pit the ecommerce giant against established smartphone players in what appears to be a saturated and well-served market  
Google backs Samsung in patent case versus Apple 2014-04-16
Samsung laid out its counterclaim with three Google software engineers defending it against charges that it infringed five Apple patents. Samsung insists that Google is responsible for much of the disputed software features on its handsets  
Memory system moves beyond the 100GbE restraint 2014-04-16
The system architecture developed by MoSys streamlines bandwidth and latency-intensive functions by combining three elements in a serial memory such as in-order request queues, the weighted-round-robin scheduler, and the multi-cycle macro offload  


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