As 2012 begins, it is time to review the stories and weekly articles that were picked by you, the EDACafe.com audience, as the most interesting and newsworthy. We have grouped them by the highest number of click-throughs or readers.
The EDA Weekly Magazine covered many different technology and business topics. The top Magazine article of 2011 was an analysis of SpringSoft, written by Russ Henke.
|1||Russ Henke||May 2||3,061|
|Back to the Future||July 25||2,823|
|A Tektronix Gain
|4||Graham Bell||Jan. 4||2,184|
|Real Intent – Part II
EDACafe has also been tracking Press Coverage throughout the year. The leading articles were a mix of customer wins, acquisition announcements and business reports, with Tanner EDA topping the list. Here are the most newsworthy corporate stories for 2011:
In the IC News category the following were the top 5 stories:
|1||Texas Instruments introduces industry’s smallest wireless power receiver chip||April 18||965|
|2||Atego launches Aonix Perc Ultra 6||May 3||730|
|3||National Semiconductor Adds Three High Output Voltage Products to SIMPLE
SWITCHER Power Module Family
|4||STMicroelectronics Unveils Next-Generation iNEMO Engine||March 24||613|
|5||New SerDes from Analog Bits Reduces Footprint, Power & Cost: Saves up to 700 milliwatts on Flat Panel Display SOCs||March 18||609|
Careers Cafe authored by Mark Gilbert was also a regular feature. The following article published on Feb. 17, 2011, received an amazing 6,647 click-throughs:
The staff of Internet Business Systems and EDACafe.com thank you for your readership and wish you a prosperous 2012!