Week 18 January - 24 January 2004

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Merger expands wound component range

Almag can now offer a much wider range of wound components following the merging of its Wound Components Division into Carnhill Transformers.

News from Almag Division, Carnhill Transformers, 23 January 2004

SBC cuts DSP development cycles

In keeping with its tradition of providing high-performance low-cost products, Advanced Microcomputer Systems has updated its digital signal processing single board computer.

News from Advanced Microcomputer Systems, 23 January 2004

Bridge chip brings HyperTransport to PCI-X

The high-performance AS90L10204 HyperTransport-to-PCI-X bridge is optimised for computing applications including workstations, computer servers, server blades, workstations and desktop PCs.

News from Alliance Semiconductor Corp, 23 January 2004

Budget price for 100MHz logic analyser

The TA320S is a self-contained logic analyser that offers 32 data channels and 100MHz acquisition for under GBP 600.

News from TTi (Thurlby Thandar Instruments), 23 January 2004

Assertion checkers speed effective verification

Cadence and 0-In Design Automation have combined efforts to provide superior verification solutions to the market.

News from Cadence Design Systems, 23 January 2004

64bit Intel platforms speed digital IC design

Cadence has released key products of the Cadence Encounter digital IC design platform on Intel Itanium 2-based systems running the 64bit Linux operating system.

News from Cadence Design Systems, 23 January 2004

Encounter with 64bit Opteron systems

Cadence is to release key products of the Cadence Encounter digital IC design platform on the AMD64 processor-based systems running 64bit Linux.

News from Cadence Design Systems, 23 January 2004

Worksystem unites algorithm and protocol design

The latest version of the CoWare Signal Processing Worksystem (SPW) features new integration to the company's SystemC-based ConvergenSC SoC design tools.

News from CoWare, 23 January 2004

Shipment milestone signals approval of Chorus

Frontier Silicon has shipped over half a million units of its digital audio broadcast (DAB) chips worldwide, making the company's Chorus chip the clear market leader in DAB devices.

News from Frontier Silicon, 23 January 2004

Programme to investigate immersion lithography

IMEC has extended its long-term collaboration with ASML to cover immersion lithography, and is set to launch an industrial affiliation programme on 193nm liquid immersion lithography.

News from IMEC, 23 January 2004

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