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Edinburgh, UK - Wolfson Microelectronics plc has introduced a stereo audio CODEC for multimedia mobile phones and similar applications integrating high-quality audio performance and enhanced mixing capabilities, with low-power consumption.
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Spansion and TSMC Team to Manufacture Innovative Flash Memory Technology
SUNNYVALE and SAN JOSE, Calif. - Spansion LLC and Fujitsu Limited and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company announced a manufacturing agreement that will augment Spansion's internal production of its 110 nanometer (nm) MirrorBit™ technology. Pursuant to the agreement, TSMC will supply foundry manufacturing capabilities for Spansion's family of GL, PL and WS wireless products and GL embedded products based on 110nm MirrorBit technology.
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Sipex Announces Chinese Strategic Alliance
Sipex Corporation announced the signing of a term sheet outlining a planned strategic relationship with Hangzhou Silan Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd (Silan-IC). As part of this planned relationship, Sipex announced plans to close its Milpitas wafer fabrication operations. The products currently manufactured in the Milpitas fab will eventually be manufactured in Silan-IC's facility located outside of Shanghai, China. Silan-IC will also acquire a substantial portion of the equipment of the Sipex fab.
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Samsung Accelerates Shift to High-Performance Computing by Producing More DDR2 than DDR1 Memory
Seoul, Korea - Samsung Electronics Co. announced that it is leading the industry shift from DDR1 (Double Data Rate 1) to DDR2 main memory. As of July, approximately 40 percent of the company's total DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) output is DDR2 and approximately 30 percent is DDR1. This marks the first month that production of DDR2 has crossed over to take the lead from DDR1 in bits produced.
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ATX Power Supply Reference Design Meets 80 PLUS Requirements
PHOENIX, Ariz – ON Semiconductor today unveiled the industry’s first open ATX reference design certified to meet 80 PLUS performance requirements for computing applications. The 250 watt (W) reference design addresses all functional blocks of the ATX power supply, including power factor correction, switch-mode power supply control and regulation, post regulation and output rectification. The design utilizes several of ON Semiconductor’s advanced power management devices and draws from its leading discrete component portfolio to achieve breakthrough performance.
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NEC Electronics Announces 78K0/Lx2 Family of 8-bit MCUs for Consumer Applications
KAWASAKI, Japan, SANTA CLARA, Calif., DÜSSELDORF, Germany - Electronics Corp. and its subsidiaries in the United States and Europe, NEC Electronics America, Inc. and NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH, respectively, today announced the latest addition to their line of industry-leading 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) products, the 78K0/Lx2 family of MCUs. The 78K0/Lx2 family features 36 product configurations with many memory, peripheral and packaging options. Each device incorporates an integrated liquid crystal display (LCD) driver/controller and in-application self-programming flash memory that makes them suitable for consumer appliance, home health care, HVAC, sprinkler and security system applications.
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MagnaChip Semiconductor Launches a One-Chip Solution for High Resolution Mobile Display Products
SEOUL, South Korea - MagnaChip Semiconductor announced the launch of its new one-chip QVGA solution for high-end, high- resolution mobile display products.
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LTC4076/77: Standalone 950mA Li-Ion Battery Chargers Automatically Select Between USB and AC Adapter Inputs
MILPITAS, CA – Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC4076 and LTC4077 standalone dual-input linear battery chargers. These devices charge single-cell Li-Ion batteries from wall adapter or USB power sources. The LTC4076 and LTC4077 use a constant-current/constant-voltage algorithm for charging, with charge current programmable up to 950mA from a wall adapter supply, or programmable up to 650mA from a USB supply while automatically sensing the presence of voltage at each input. The LTC4076 features programmable C/x charge current termination, while the LTC4077 offers fixed C/10 termination.
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LTC2927: Simple Power Supply Tracking for Distributed Point of Load Applications
MILPITAS, CA – Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC2927, a single power supply tracking controller that simplifies the tracking and sequencing requirements of complex distributed power architectures. Housed in an 8-lead SOT-23 or 3mm x 2mm DFN package, the compact device can be conveniently placed at the point of load. By minimizing the trace length to the sensitive feedback node of a DC/DC converter, the LTC2927 effectively reduces losses caused by voltage drops and overcomes noise sensitivity and EMI issues.
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RAD Data Communications Chooses LatticeEC FPGA and ispMACH 4000 CPLD for its Optimux Multiplexer
HILLSBORO, OR - Lattice Semiconductor Corporation announced that RAD Data Communications has selected the LatticeEC™ FPGA as well as the ispMACH™ 4000 CPLD for its advanced Optimux-T3 multiplexer. The Optimux-T3 multiplexer provides a highly cost-effective and simple solution for transporting multiple E1 and T1 links, as well as a combination of E1 and T1, over a standard T3 electrical signal or fiber link. The Optimux provides flexible solutions to meet the specific requirements of a broad range of applications. The Lattice devices manage the cross connect on the E1/T1 platform, and provide the interface logic to the Framer as well as other circuits.
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