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Network World SSD Smackdown shows Fusionio’s PCIe-based SSD provides highest throughput

Network World has just posted an SSD comparison test written by Logan G. Harbaugh. The test pitted some consumer-class SSDs against enterprise-class SSDs and with an Adaptec ASR5805/512 SSD controller and MaxIQ kit, which uses an attached SSD to accelerate...  Read More »
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EDA Workshop: A Reality Check On 3D ICs

3D ICs are an attractive technology, but what will it take to make them successful? Presenters at the recent Electronic Design Processes (EDP) workshop didn't have all the answers, but they had a lot of interesting insights into how EDA tools and...  Read More »
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Panel: What Embedded Software Gurus Think About EDA

Now here's a novel idea - organize an EDA Consortium panel composed entirely of panelists from outside the EDA industry. That occurred April 15 at Cadence headquarters in San Jose at the EDA Consortium 2010 spring meeting . At this meeting John Bruggeman...  Read More »
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Logic Design and Test Design: Do they need each other?

Cadence has moved from traditional methods and product offerings for silicon test in favor of a new direction, which answers the title question. In 2008, Cadence recognized that while the Encounter Test product had outstanding quality of results, ease...  Read More »
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Firmware as the performance differentiator for SSD controllers

Anandtech has just posted a meaty article about SandForce SSD controllers as used in SSDs from OCZ and Corsair. ( Understanding SandForce's SF-1200 & SF-1500, Not All Drives are Equal ) It’s worth a read from at least two perspectives. First, it gives...  Read More »
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EDP Symposium Uncovers an Inconvenient Truth with a Shot of 3D

Every April the leading edge of the leading edge of semiconductor industry meet at the Electronic Design Process (EDP) Symposium to address design problems that make design more difficult than it should be. This was my first visit and chance to rub shoulders...  Read More »
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Friday Fun: Multi-objective optimization for your iteration problem

Here in the U.S., in recent years we've seen all kinds of commercials on TV for prescription pharmaceuticals. Needless to say, they have to figure out how to sell something that is very intangible in most cases. This is not unlike algorithm-oriented...  Read More »
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Comprehensive SSD eval puts four drives to the test

Geoff Gasior at The Tech Report has just published a long and very comprehensive side-by-side comparison of four SSDs from Corsair, Kingston, Plextor, and Western Digital. He’s pulled the covers off the drives to look at the guts (and he names names of...  Read More »
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Micron using ONFI 2.1 and SATA 3.0 to leapfrog Enterprise SSDs over HDD performance

PCWorld reports that Micron will soon be rolling out Enterprise-class SSDs based on 34nm, ONFI 2.1, SLC (single-level cell) NAND Flash devices. These drives will employ the 6-Gbit/sec SATA 3.0 interface specification to create an I/O channel with enough...  Read More »
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What's Good About Allegro PCB Editor Groups? Look to SPB16.3 and See!

With the Allegro PCB Editor SPB16.3 release, you can now allow groups to have elements added or removed. The construction and disbandment of groups is now supported in both the General and Placement application modes. Groups are easily created in the...  Read More »
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