ST''s strategy is a tale of two segments
ST tells analysts it is going to report financial results for both its digital and analog business segments for "transparency" but remains committed to exploiting manufacturing technologies it has Crolles, including its FDSOI process.View the full article HERE.
Qualcomm, Samsung pass AMD in microprocessor sales
Thanks to PC sales slowdown coupled with increase in smartphone and tablet sales, AMD slipped to fourth in MPU sales for first time since 1990s. View the full article HERE.
Globalfoundries joins Qualcomm in MRAM research
Globalfoundries has signed up to an IMEC R&D program on STT-MRAM which is seen as a promising high-density, non-volatile alternative to SRAM and DRAM and for embedded use.View the full article HERE.
Intel''s new CEO shakes things up
Brian Krzanich outlines re-org in internal memo two days after taking the helm of the world''s biggest chip maker. View the full article HERE.
Broadcom's CTO on Ethernet's six key directions
As the industry celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ethernet, Broadcom CTO Henry Samueli talks about six directions in which it is heading.View the full article HERE.
Imperas launches multicore software development tools
Hardware model and and software debug tool functions integrated in simulation code stream provides performance, capability and ease-of-use benefits, claims vendor.View the full article HERE.
ST to deny rivals FDSOI access
In an interview Jean-Marc Chery, ST''s CTO (shown), said his company could install its FDSOI process in multiple foundries but for now has an agreement in place that will deny certain companies access to the process.View the full article HERE.
Could Intel enable $200 Ultrabook?
Market research firm IHS believes the chip giant could reinvigorate the PC industry--if it''s willing to sacrifice its own margins. View the full article HERE.
Android drives cameras to GPUs, plans IR support
Google will update Android camera API to support computational photography on graphics cores and build support for infrared into Android.View the full article HERE.
Taiwanese researchers take aim at environmental issuesStories 1 - 10 of 605
Taiwan has long been recognized for its contributions to microelectronics, but its research labs are now working on pressing social issues.View the full article HERE.