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Sponsored by Ironwood Electronics 22 June 2010
The Semiconductor industry governed by realization of "Moore's law" states doubling of the number of devices (or gates) per integrated circuit will occur, within a given geometric area, on regular 18 month intervals. This requires new processes, capital equipment, and new materials for next generation devices every two years.Read More
Sponsored by Pentek 01 December 2013
This handbook reviews the development of high-speed gigabit serial fabrics as they address increasingly demanding applications for faster and faster data transfers.Read More
Sponsored by Texas Instruments 15 January 2014
To meet the rapid growth of mobile data demand, infrastructure networks are evolving from 3G to 4G LTE and LTE-Advanced (LTE-A). Read this paper to learn more.Read More
Sponsored by Averna Technologies 18 September 2014
This white paper looks at the challenges associated with deploying the next generation of the DOCSIS specification and the tools that can ensure network availability, higher bandwidths and increased data-transfer rates.Read More
Sponsored by QNX Software Systems 11 September 2014
To satisfy consumer demand while building better cars and controlling costs, automakers are consolidating multiple in-vehicle systems onto one board. This consolidation creates problems, however.Read More