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Thursday, October 02, 2014
Industry News
New Radeon card is fastest for gamers 9/4/2014
The Radeon R9 285 GPU is capable of delivering up to 3.29TFLOPS of computing performance, offering extreme gaming detail that outshines any card at 1080p and beyond in its category.
Static IP core with dual port static memory to save power 9/4/2014
The microcontroller targets applications ranging from high-speed automotive and appliance motor control, to low-power remote transmitters/receivers, pointing devices and telecom processors. Built-in power save mode makes this IP core ideal for applications where the power consumption aspect is critical.
ARM sold 50th 64bit license 9/3/2014
ARM unveiled its 64-bit processor architecture back in 2011, followed a year later by the Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 core designs based on it. These provide backwards compatibility with existing 32-bit ARM software, but add a new 64-bit execution state that delivers more capabilities.
Semi venture funding to return 9/3/2014
Semiconductor funding hit bottom in 2013, and it is slowly coming back. Publicly available transaction data from CrunchBase discovered promising insights about recent funding trends.
Taiwan firm JV in China on NAND development 9/3/2014
The Eon-China Sigma joint venture is likely to focus on the development and production of single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash chips, a move which is set to compete directly with Taiwan-based flash memory suppliers Macronix International and Winbond Electronics.
Samsung starts investigatoral research into 7nm FinFET 9/3/2014
The devices enable continual CMOS scaling down to 7nm and below, and also enable new heterogeneous system opportunities in hybrid CMOS-RF and CMOS-optoelectronics.
Consumers still pressimistic on economy 9/2/2014
About 42 percent of those surveyed say they have less pay and savings than before the recession began in late 2007. Just 7 percent say they're significantly better off.
New Samsung watch works independently to the smartphone 9/2/2014
The new watch will have a screen that measures 2 inches diagonally, which is slightly larger than those on Samsung's previous watches. The display will be curved to fit better around the wrist.
Rural India to get free Internet Access 9/2/2014
Internet.org wants to make internet access available to the two-thirds of the world that is not yet connected. It is a partnership of non-profit organisations, local communities, experts, and technology leaders.
Agressive production expansion might glut DRAM market 9/2/2014
As a result, the industry's oligopoly structure could face considerable challenges in 2015, among them oversupply that would eat into producers' profit margins.
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