December 05, 2005
Intellectual Property Developments
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Chipcon Introduces CC2431: The World's First System-on-Chip Solution With Location Estimation Capability Targeting ZigBee(TM)/IEEE 802.15.4 Low Power Wireless Sensor Networks
Chip Companies To Announce Breakthroughs At Washington, D.C. Conference Next Week; MIT's Neil Gershenfeld Will Speak on Relationship Between the Bits of the Digital World and the Atoms of the Physical World
STMicroelectronics Extends NOR Flash Memory Subsystems Portfolio with First 512Mbit-based Solutions in 90nm Technology
Nintendo Selects Cypress's PSoC(R) Mixed-Signal Array For Hot New Game Boy(R) Micro; Programmable System-on-Chip(TM) Product Saves Development Time and Cost, Helping Nintendo Hit Critical Sub-$100 Price Point
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Unveils New Power TOPLED Using Advanced Thin-Film Technology; Enabling 150 Percent More Efficiency, Crossing the Threshold into Conventional Lighting Markets
TI's Low Power MCU, DSP and Analog Technologies Enable Energy Metering and PLC Solution from Incotex Co. Ltd.
Texas Instruments and Cypress Collaborate to Deliver Low-Power, 27-MHz Wireless Mouse Reference Design
Primarion Launches Di-POL(TM) Family of Low-Cost, Programmable Digital Integrated Power Conversion and Power Management ICs with Single-Phase Controller
Significant Growth in Small Form Factor and Mobile PC Hard Disk Drives to Boost Worldwide HDD Semiconductor Market, IDC Predicts
Zero Capacitor Memory Technology Proved Realisable on FinFET/TriGate Device Geometries; Highest Density Memory Provider Proves sub-45nm Capability
Agilent Technologies Announces Innovative Image Pipe for Camera Phones; Processor Enables Digital-Camera-Like Image Quality for Cell-Phone Cameras in All Lighting Conditions
DiBcom Offers a Complete Range of Solutions for PC TV Peripherals With New, Highly-Integrated, Low-Power, Low-Cost DVB-T Chips
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