Login with a Cadence account.
Not a member yet?
Create a permanent login account to make interactions with Cadence more conveniennt.

Register | Membership benefits
Get email delivery of the Cadence blog (individual posts).
 

Email

* Required Fields

Recipients email * (separate multiple addresses with commas)

Your name *

Your email *

Message *

Contact Us

* Required Fields
First Name *

Last Name *

Email *

Company / Institution *

Comments: *

Blogger

Denali Blog



View Member Profile »
Intel’s Atom-based Tunnel Creek SOC with integrated PCIe interface opens new era for embedded developers
One of the most ignored Intel announcements of recent memory must be Doug Davis’ early disclosure at IDF (China) on April 14 (see the hour-long keynote video here ) of the company’s new Atom-based Tunnel Creek, an SOC specifically designed for embedded   Read More »
Comments (0)
Apple iPad: no LPDDR2?
Guest Blogger: Marc Greenberg, Technical Marketing Director By now it seems that anyone with an engineering degree has probably read 2 or 3 teardown reports on Apple’s iPad. Few that I have seen so far talk about the DRAM memory subsystem -- and that   Read More »
Comments (0)
DDR3/DDR2 price crossover reached
Guest Blogger: Marc Greenberg, Director, Technical Marketing The day is finally here - DRAMExchange.com quoted that the session average price of 1Gbit DDR3-800 parts on April 2nd was $3.03 while 1Gbit DDR2-800 was $3.04. Only DDR2 memory manufacturers   Read More »
Comments (0)
What’s on the Horizon for NAND and DRAM?
Young Choi , Guest Blog for Denali Software January is a time where lots of planning and forecast are made, with high hopes usually. Semiconductor memory industry, after several years of prolonged downturn, finally started to see some glimpses of recovery   Read More »
Comments (0)
The Evolving Enterprise SSD: Gartner’s Forecasts
By Steve Leibson for Denali Software The appearance of SSDs into the storage arena is rapidly altering the way large-scale, enterprise-class storage systems are built. Gartner Principal Analyst Sergis Mushell discussed some of these changes at the recent   Read More »
Comments (0)
SSD Interfaces and Performance Effects
By Steve Leibson for Denali Software IDC ’s Research Director John Rydning and Micron ’s Director of SSD Marketing Justin Sykes tackled the merging abilities of fast enterprise-class SSDs and evolving disk interface standards, particularly SATA 6G (also   Read More »
Comments (0)
SSD and HDD Economic Forecast: Analyst Jim Handy Speaks Out
By Steve Leibson for Denali Software If you’re waiting for solid-state drives (SSDs) to overtake hard-disk drives (HDDs) as the storage device of choice in computers, servers, and consumer devices then Objective Analysis ’ Jim Handy has a message for   Read More »
Comments (0)
The End of NAND Flash as we Know It: Micron’s Dean Klein and Samsung’s Tony Kim Look at Life After Flash
By Steve Leibson for Denali Software Today, NAND Flash is king of the semiconductor memories in terms of cost per bit, a position it has held since 2004 or 2005. Consequently, NAND Flash serves as the technology driver for semiconductor processing--a   Read More »
Comments (0)
The Flash Factor for Consumer Devices: Will NAND Flash and Hard Disk Storage Coexist or Fight to the Death?
By Steve Leibson for Denali Software If you spend a lot of time reading and thinking about solid-state drives (SSDs), you may have gotten the impression that NAND Flash storage is at odds with hard-disk storage--that it's a winner-take-all situation.   Read More »
Comments (0)
Low Power DDR Options -- From the Trenches
by Marc Greenberg, Director of Technical Marketing, Denali Software Momentum for LPDDR2 is building. It's mostly in the mobile space, and it's been in the general area of Handsets, MIDs, and other mobile devices. Both high-end and low-end handset customers   Read More »
Comments (2)
View older posts »