February 12, 2017, anysilicon
Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich, announced today during his meeting with the US president, Donald Trump, to invest seven billion dollars in the next 3-4 years setting up a chip manufacturing plant in the city of Chandler, Arizona .
Intel, the world’s largest maker of processors for personal computers (PC), will
February 08, 2017, anysilicon
PLLs (phase-locked loops) are common analog circuits in SOCs (systems on chips). Almost all SOCs with a clock rate greater than 30 MHz use a PLL for frequency synthesis. However, a “one-size-fits-all” PLL does not exist. The devices have a range of frequency, power, area, performance, and functions. PLLs implementedRead More
February 06, 2017, anysilicon
Connected battery-based devices require always more computing power to run feature rich application programs while using the minimal energy to ensure the longest usage without recharge. As a result, fabless companies need to hunt down every “mA” to satisfy the low-power expectations of their SoC users.
Numerous System-on-Chips rely
February 03, 2017, anysilicon
TEMPE, Ariz. and VILA DO CONDE, Porto, Portugal, February 2, 2017 – Amkor Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMKR) and NANIUM S.A. today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Amkor to acquire NANIUM, a world class provider of wafer-level fan-out (WLFO) semiconductor packaging solutions. Terms of the transactionRead More
February 02, 2017, anysilicon
Aquantia Corp., a pioneer and market leader in high-speed Ethernet connectivity solutions for data centers, enterprise infrastructure and client connectivity, today announced the AQcite product line of FPGA-programmable Multi-Gigabit Ethernet Physical Layer (PHY) devices, integrating Aquantia’s AQrate BASE-T PHY with a Xilinx® Kintex®-7 FPGA. The new AQcite product line targetsRead More
January 31, 2017, anysilicon
AnySilicon, the fast-growing semiconductor marketplace has announced today the availability of a new service allowing decision makers to receive instant price proposals from ASIC Design Companies, Semiconductor Foundries, Assembly and Test companies, and IP Core Vendors.
AnySilicon new service allows companies to easily receive price quotes and evaluate