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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-13       Article Source : EE Times

MADISON, Wis. — In hopes of getting U.S. consumers to connect to live digital TV on their mobile phones, Philips Semiconductors is rolling out a TV-on-mobile device on Monday (Dec. 12), complete with a TV tuner and a demodulator that complies with the DVB-H standard and specifically designed for us in a U.S. frequency band.

Philips has been sampling the system-in-package (SIP) device, dubbed BGT211, since the summer to the top six mobile handset vendors, according to GertJan Kaat, senior vice president

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-11       Article Source : EE Times

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Seeking to accelerate nanoelectronics research in the United States, a consortium of companies has announced its first research grants under the Semiconductor Industry Association's new Nanoelectronics Research Initiative (NRI).

The grants will fund the creation of two new university-based nanoelectronics research centers — one in California and the other in New York. The grants will also support additional research at five National Science Foundation (NSF) nanoscience centers and at a research group in Texas.

The industry

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-11       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

NEC said Wednesday it has developed a flexible, paper-thin battery that eventually will be usable by a variety of mobile devices.

The company dubbed the battery ORB, for "Organic Radical Battery." It said it initially would be used in applications such as smartcards and "intelligent paper." It said the battery can fully recharge in just 30 and, unlike other types of power sources, does not contain any metals that could harm the environment.

Instead, the battery is made out of

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-10       Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — The WiMedia Alliance has by-passed the IEEE standardization process for ultrawideband networking and its physical and Media Access Control layers have been approved as the basis of a global UWB standard by the European based industry association and standardization body Ecma International.

The Alliance will also propose at the next meeting of the IEEE 802.15.3a task group, scheduled for January 2006 in Hawaii, that the long running, often acrimonious and stalled process for UWB standardization be halted.

It

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-10       Article Source : EE Times

TOKYO — Hitachi Ltd. and its subsidiary Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display Ltd. (FHP) have developed a 42-inch plasma display panel with full high-definition resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels.

According to Hitachi, the 42-inch panel is the first of its size with full HD resolution. The company expects that plasma panels with full HD resolution of 1366 x 786 pixels or wide type XGA resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels will surpass standard definition VGA panels shortly.

In the HD panel market,

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-09       Article Source : EE Times

WASHINGTON — NEC Corp., in its latest research results reported at the International Electron Devices Meeting here, has announced an enhanced three-terminal Nanobridge switch that will be the basis of a novel form of field programmable gate array (FPGA). The so-called cell-based integrated circuit (CBIC) is expected to be one-tenth the size of the equivalent FPGA.

In research done together with two Japanese government agencies — the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) —

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-08       Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — Japan is set to remain by far the largest buyer of chip making equipment in 2005 and 2006, roughly a third larger than the next largest region, Taiwan, according to a consensus forecast published by the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International industry organization.

Indeed Japan will be the biggest spender through to 2008 despite the difficult times and organization changes its integrated device manufacturing companies have endured in recent times.

As part of those organizational changes Japan committed

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-08       Article Source : EE Times

SEMI and ATDF on Wednesday (Dec. 7) said that they will collaborate in extending advanced wafer processing and testing capabilities to semiconductor industry suppliers.

ATDF will offer preferential services to SEMI members. In return, SEMI will help communicate ATDF's capabilities throughout the global supplier community.

The Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) trade group is a global industry association serving companies that provide equipment, materials and services. ATDF, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sematech, is a technology R&D center, based

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-07       Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — SanDisk Corp., a supplier of flash storage products, said Tuesday (Dec. 6) it intends to appeal an adverse ruling from U.S. International Trade Commission that certain STMicroelectronics NAND flash memory chips did not infringe three claims of its U.S. patent numbered 5,172,338.
 
SanDisk (Sunnyvale, Calif.) made the statement in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission saying that the ruling was handed down by the ITC on Monday (Dec. 5).

The order affirmed the prior

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-07       Article Source : CRN

Toshiba's Digital Products Division Monday unveiled its latest Tecra mobile PCs along with a new program aimed at making it easier for customers to work with their solution providers to order the new notebooks.

The Irvine, Calif.-based division of Toshiba America Information Systems launched EasyBuy, an option to its Preferred Partner Program that allows customers to order the new Tecra L2 series of notebook PCs through their solution providers while speeding up the delivery process, said Craig Marking, senior product marketing manager.

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-06       Article Source : EE Times

Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has introduced what the company claims is the world's fastest and highest-density graphics memory, 512-megabit graphics double data rate generation four (GDDR4) DRAM.

GDDR4 DRAM is said to provide a nearly two-fold improvement in data processing speed over incumbent GDDR3. According to Hynix (Icheon, Korea) GDDR4 is ideal for 64-bit computer operating systems that manage vast amounts of data.

Hynix said its 512-Mb GDDR4 operates at 2.9 gigabits-per-second and processes 11.6 gigabytes of data per second. The

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-06       Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — STMicroelectronics NV and Intel Corp. have collaborated to develop a NOR-flash memory subsystem for inclusion in mobile phone handsets. The two companies said they would provide hardware- and software-compatible memory products based on common specifications.
The first multi-level cell NOR products based on the common specifications are 512-Mbit devices independently designed and manufactured on industry-leading 90-nanometer process technology, the companies said.

The common subsystem specifications would be extended to 65-nm MLC NOR technology and would focus on single-chip

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-05       Article Source : TechWeb News

The California Institute of Technology said earlier this week that it has created the most powerful computer clusters in the academic world to unlock the mysteries of earthquakes. The $5.8 million parallel computing project was made possible by gifts from Dell, Myricom, Intel, and the National Science Foundation.

Caltech's Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences' new Geosciences Computational Facility will house a 2,048-processor supercomputer in the basement of the Seeley G. Mudd Building of Geophysics and Planetary Science on campus. "With this

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-04       Article Source : EE Times

Royal Philips Electronics announced Friday (Dec. 2) it is talking with leading game developers and peripheral makers to implement its new amBX software technology.

Philips expects the technology to redefine the experience of playing video games, watching movies and listening to music by utilizing light, color, sound, heat and air. According to the company, amBX submerges the user within a complete "sensory surround experience," which extends the gaming world out of the screen and into the real world by barraging the senses with

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-04       Article Source : TechWeb News

The Blue-ray high definition DVD standard has received an endorsement from the co-chairman of Fox Filmed Entertainment, who said that the Sony-led consortium is receiving widespread support from Hollywood interests.

The Blue-ray group is locked in a standards struggle with the competing HD DVD format, which is led by Toshiba.

Speaking at the Reuters Media and Advertising Summit Thursday, Fox executive James Gianopulos said the high number of firms supporting the Blue-ray approach and the level of content committed to

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