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SanDisk’s WORM (write-once, read mostly) SD card can’t be altered once written. Good for secure legal and medical applications. Good for everyday digital film?

SanDisk has just unveiled a WORM (write-once, read mostly) variant of the ubiquitous SD Flash memory card that’s intended for applications where stored data must be tamper-proof and unalterable. Such situations include video, image, audio and other forms...  Read More »
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DAC Panel: A Reality Check On Cloud Computing For EDA

Does IC design have a future "in the clouds?" Yes, according to panelists at last week's Design Automation Conference - but selectively, over a period of time. As attractive as cloud computing is, there are still technology challenges and...  Read More »
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What's Good About Vias And The Allegro Router? SPB16.3 Has A Few New Enhancements!

A few new enhancements specific to vias in the SPB16.3 release of Allegro PCB Editor have been introduced. The are called use via region and stacked via support . Use Via Region Many times you need to restrict usage of specific vias in a region. Allegro...  Read More »
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MemCon 2010 Agenda. July 28, Santa Clara, California. Register Now.

MemCon is coming up next month, on July 28 in Santa Clara, California. Here’s a list of presentations and panels you’ll see. But only if you register. Register here . Memory Market Outlook Recurring Memory: Cycle Gathers Profit Momentum after Huge 2008...  Read More »
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DAC360: Photo blog of DAC 2010 in Anaheim, CA

Click here or on the image below to go to the annotated photo blog of DAC 2010. Images and notes include highlights from: * The Cadence and OVM/UVM booths * Sites around the show floor * Things outside of the expo, including panels, papers, and presentations...  Read More »
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Xilinx unleashes triad of low-power, 28nm FPGA families with very promising characteristics for memory interfacing

Today, Xilinx unveiled three new series of FPGAs all based on 28nm process technology from Samsung and TSMC. The three families are called the Virtex-7, Kintex-7, and Artix-7 series. All three FPGA families feature programmable I/O drivers with I/O voltages...  Read More »
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ProMOS in Taiwan brings up Elpida 63nm process, successfully builds 1-Gbit DDR3 SDRAMs

Taiwan DRAM maker ProMOS has just announced successful fabrication of 1-Gbit DDR3 SDRAMs using Elpida’s 63nm (a 65nm shrink) fabrication process, transferred to ProMOS under a strategic partnership between the two companies that was initiated at the end...  Read More »
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DAC Cabbie Taught Me All I Need to Know About Verification

Confidence from competence. Measurement through metrics. Sell without selling. These are the pearls I learned from my cab driver on the way home from DAC. Aside from the core truths they convey, they clearly define the top three verification items I saw...  Read More »
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Users, Partners Outline Mixed-Signal Silicon Realization Challenges

A lunch panel at the recent Design Automation Conference provided an inside look at Silicon Realization challenges from a foundry, IP provider, EDA supplier, and EDA user perspective. The panel, moderated by Cadence CMO John Bruggeman, focused heavily...  Read More »
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Samsung’s 512 Gbyte SSD pushes SATA 3 Gbps to the limit with “30nm class” Toggle NAND Flash chips

Samsung just announced that it will be in volume production with a high-speed, 512 Gbyte SSD next month. The company rates the drive’s sequential read and write performance at 250 Gbytes/sec and 220 Gbytes/sec respectively. According to Samsung, these...  Read More »
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