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|NEXVISION INTRODUCES WORLD'S FIRST IP VIDEO SECURITY CAMERA BASED ON TI'S DAVINCI™ TECHNOLOGY |
|HOUSTON and MARSEILLE, France - Nexvision, a manufacturer of IP network video security solutions, today announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on TI's DaVinciTM technology. The Nexdome® Dragonfly leverages the dual-core TMS320DM644x architecture based on DaVinci technology to create a versatile, plug-and-play video security solution that can be tailored to meet specific customer demands, benefiting from the implementation of open industry standards such as Linux, MPEG4 and real-time streaming network protocols to offer seamless integration of the camera into global surveillance systems. In addition, Nexvision has benefited from TI' s leading expertise in high performance analog, by integrating TI's differentiated analog companion products in the design of the Nexdome Dragonfly, such as video decoders, amplifiers, power LDOs, power DC/DC switches, USB switch and more. (See www.ti.com/ipcamera.) |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:57 |
|TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 45-NM CHIP MANUFACTURING PROCESS DOUBLES OUTPUT PER WAFER, LOWERS POWER AND BOOSTS PERFORMANCE |
|HONOLULU - Before the start of the prestigious 2006 Symposium on VLSI Technology, Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE: TXN) (TI) unveiled details of a 45-nanometer (nm) semiconductor manufacturing process that leverages a "wet" lithography process to double the number of chips produced on each silicon wafer, increase processing performance and reduce power consumption. Through the use of numerous proprietary techniques, TI will drive the capabilities of its multi-million transistor, System-on-Chip (SoC) processors to new levels, increasing performance by 30 percent while reducing power consumption 40 percent. |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:56 |
|AMD Receives Novell Yes Certification For AMD64 Processor Based Systems|
|SUNNYVALE, Calif. --AMD (NYSE:AMD) announced today that AMD Opteron™ and AMD Athlon™ 64 processor based systems and AMD Turion™ 64 mobile technology have achieved YES Certification from Novell, further validating the company’s commitment to interoperability and customer-centric innovation. Novell YES Certification demonstrates the highest level of compatibility and interoperability with Novell products, including SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. The certification assures users that systems powered by AMD processors are compatible with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and backed by support offerings from both Novell and AMD |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:55 || |
|ADI ANNOUNCES CO-DEVELOPMENT WITH INTEL LEADING TO IMPROVEMENTS TO POWER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL WITHIN COMPUTING APPLICATIONS|
|Norwood, - Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI) has teamed with Intel Corporation to develop a new way to efficiently communicate computer system heat dissipation and voltage management and control information to safeguard the performance and reliability of high-performance desktop computers, workstations and servers. The two companies have co-developed and launched a new bus interface called the Simple Serial Transport™ (SST™) bus that enables faster and more precise communication of the system efficiency – determinant factors of temperature and voltage within a variety of computing systems. By relaying this environmental information to a computer’s core-logic chipset with greater speed and accuracy, the SST bus can dramatically reduce thermal management errors that can lead to a drop in computing performance. In a related announcement today, ADI announced the ADT748x family of SST-enabled temperature and voltage sensors designed for use in personal computers, workstations and servers. |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:53 || |
|ANALOG DEVICES INTRODUCES SST-ENABLED TEMPERATURE AND VOLTAGE SENSORS FOR DESKTOP COMPUTERS, SERVERS AND WORKSTATIONS|
Norwood, MA - Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, today introduced a family of digital temperature and voltage sensors for use in desktop computers and workstations that employ the Simple Serial Transport™ (SSTTM) bus. Combining ADI’s expertise in converter and power management technologies, the ADT748x family of sensors incorporates a 10-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to provide accurate, high-performance communication of temperature and voltage levels over a reliable, high-speed environmental management bus. In addition to monitoring temperature and voltage, the new family also allows designers to use emerging features found in next-generation Intel core-logic chipsets to further enhance overall system performance and efficiency.
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:42 |
|BROADBAND QUADRATURE MODULATOR TARGETS CABLE, SATELLITE AND WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE APPLICATIONS|
Analog Devices is expanding its portfolio of radio frequency (RF) integrated circuits (ICs) with a quadrature modulator that operates from 50 MHz to 2200 MHz, making it well-suited for low intermediate frequency (IF) and RF applications such as broadband wireless access systems, microwave radio link transmitters, cable modem termination systems and cellular infrastructure. Requiring only a single-ended, two-times local oscillator (LO) input, the ADL5385 converts complex modulation information from the baseband to the final RF input, over a broad range of LO frequencies.
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:40 || |
|TWO-CHANNEL LOGARITHMIC DETECTOR ACCURATELY MEASURES AND CONTROLS RF SIGNALS OVER A WIDE FREQUENCY RANGE|
Analog Devices is extending its portfolio of radio frequency (RF) integrated circuit(ICs) with a dual detector/controller that precisely measures and controls the gain across the transmitter and receiver signal path within wireless infrastructure equipment. The ADL5519 integrates two matched detectors on a single chip, thus offering considerable savings in board area and component cost as compared to conventional or discrete solutions. The ADL5519 covers a wide frequency range of 1 MHz to 10 GHz, making the part suitable for use within all cellular standards (GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA and TD-SCDMA), broadband wireless standards (802.16, WiMAX, WiBro, and 802.11 W-LAN), and proprietary systems that operate in extended frequency bands such as UNII 5.8 GHz. |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:39 |
|ANALOG DEVICES INTRODUCES INDUSTRY’S FIRST BIDIRECTIONAL I2C ISOLATORS|
Norwood, MA - Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, is introducing the industry’s first products to provide true bidirectional isolation for the I2C serial computer bus in industrial, networking and power supply applications. Based on ADI’s award-winning iCoupler technology, the ADuM125x family of digital isolators reduces board space by as much as 80 percent and achieves the lowest cost I2C isolation solution. This is accomplished by eliminating the optocouplers and support circuitry previously required in isolated I2C interfaces. |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:38 || |
|ANALOG DEVICES INTRODUCES INDUSTRY’S FIRST 8-GHZ PLL SYNTHESIZER|
|Norwood, MA - Furthering its commitment to innovation in wireless and RF IC design, Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, today announced the industry’s first 8-GHz phase-locked loop (PLL) synthesizer. The new ADF4108 is targeted at high-frequency wireless systems, such as those used for broadband wireless access, satellite communications, instrumentation, wireless LANs and base stations for wireless radio. Because of its high-frequency operation, the ADF4108 can eliminate the need for frequency doublers, thereby simplifying the system architecture and reducing system cost. |
|Leer la noticia completa ||Lunes, 19 Junio, 2006 - 11:36 |