Development of STT-MRAM Circuit for SoC and High Performance Processor

March 11, 2015 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of STT-MRAM Circuit for SoC and High Performance Processor 

Toshiba has announced the development of a spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive RAM (STT-MRAM) circuit for use in high performance processor as well as SoC integrated circuit with a 1Mb class of new magnetic materials. Read more

Development of Low Power SoCs for Next Generation Car Navigation System Supporting Advance HMI by Renesas

February 18, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Low Power SoCs for Next Generation Car Navigation System Supporting Advance HMI by Renesas 

Renesas Electronics has announced the first release of low power R-Car series of system-on- chip (SoCs), designed for next generation dashboard mounted car navigation systems. The new R-Car M1 series support advanced human machine interface (HMI). The new R-Car M1 series has a dedicated circuitry for intelligent multimedia processing that saves around 92% of power in HD video decoding, dedicated power supply IC for use in a voltage regulator that also reduces power consumption by around 20%, POWERVR® SGX graphics core for enhancing 3D rendering performance. Read more

Development of a New SoC, supporting High-Speed Continuous Shooting and 16 Mega Pixel Resolution by Renesas Electronics

January 19, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of a New SoC, supporting High-Speed Continuous Shooting and 16 Mega Pixel Resolution by Renesas Electronics 

Renesas Electronics has announced the release of a new System-on-chip (SoC) delivering industry leading 16 megapixel resolution, ability of capturing full HD video, and supporting high-speed continuous image shooting, which is required by high-end mobile phones and smartphones, as well as other high-end cameras. The new CE150 SoC features high speed enhancements which includes a two-lane MIPI®CSI-2, a high-speed output interface from camera to the mobile phone application processor. The new CE150 SoC comes with an improved noise-reduction function and company’s Neo Clear Resolution™ single-frame ultra-high-resolution technology, resulting in a superior photo quality. Read more

Release of New SoCs with Audio and Video Playback Capability for Portable AV Devices by Renesas Electronics

December 6, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Release of New SoCs with Audio and Video Playback Capability for Portable AV Devices by Renesas Electronics 

Renesas Electronic has released new system-on-chips (SoCs) that are capable of audio and video playback all in a single chip, targeted for portable AV devices, including portable multimedia players, electronic book readers as well as network TVs. The new SoCs are part of EMMA Mobile EV Series products incorporating the latest ARM Cortex™ A9 high performance CPU. The new SoCs come in reduced package size of 9 x9 mm, incorporating DRAM with in the same package, eliminating any needs for high-speed DRAM interface design, contributing to miniaturization of the overall systems and facilitating design configuration. Read more

World’s first low power consumption memory for digital consumer electronics with operating temperature of 125 degrees Celsius by Fujitsu

May 21, 2009 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on World’s first low power consumption memory for digital consumer electronics with operating temperature of 125 degrees Celsius by Fujitsu 

As demand for higher performance and faster as well as low cost consumer products continues, the use of System-in-packages (SiPs) which combines for instance a memory chip with a SoC in such product becomes a necessity. The use of SiPs will help to reduce the number of necessary components and board space resulting in reduction in overall system costs.
Until now, conventional memory provided limitation to SiP usage since the conventional memory can only operate at up to 95 degrees Celsius making the SiP configuration unsuitable where high performance SoC with a large power consumption can generate heat where the SiP temperature can reach 105 degrees Celsius. Use of conventional memory in a SiP configuration so far required an addition of heat disperser such as heat-sink to reduce the SiP temperature to an operationally feasible 90 degrees Celsius; however this solution will come with an increase cost and size. Read more

Panasonic’s interchangeable lens SLR camera

March 11, 2009 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

The DMC-GH1 a lens-interchangeable SLR camera which was exhibited at Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show has a capability of recording HD video both in 1080/24p or 720/60p AVCHD format. It also can output 1080/60i video on a TV. It comes with an improved image quality thanks to SoC hardware but with a same image sensor’s pixel structure as its predecessor DMC-G1. The camera which can truly be labeled as a prototype has an auto focus video recording functionality that the consumers might find it a bit odd. Read more

System-On-Chip for Car audio system by NEC

March 9, 2009 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

NEC Electronics one of the industry leaders in the area of automotive electronics and in particular the automotive infotainment solution has unveiled their latest product a SoC (System-On-Chip) targeted at car audio systems. The µPD35502 with capability of increasing the processing of audio data provides a playback functionality of multiple songs, multiple sources and multiple destinations allowing the flexibility of playing different songs at the front and rear seat of vehicle. Read more

Development of 32Mb MRAM for SoCs by NEC

February 12, 2009 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

An increase in functionality of system LSIs has a direct effect in an increase in their power consumption. But there is an increasing demand in lowering the power consumption of electric appliances that use system LSI. The most effective way to decrease the power consumption in system LSIs is for them to enter into a standby state where their power will be cut off resulting in increasing demand in use of embedded non-volatile memory macros in system LSIs. Read more

What sort of things the future TVs holds for consumers

February 4, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 1 Comment 

The television that we are so much in tune to watch either alone or together as a family has so much potential and can be more interactive and enjoyable that what it is today, more and more the developer and engineers at TV manufacturing companies expressing similar views. Most of the new development has been focused on its thinness and picture and sound quality or their pure energy efficient functionalities which is mostly self-imposed by manufacturers themselves. Read more

Fujitsu’s world first video processing technology for Vehicles

November 18, 2008 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Fujitsu’s world first video processing technology for Vehicles 

Vehicle mounted camera technology is not something new. In fact it has been in the market for several years now. Some car manufacture equipped their new vehicle with a spot based cameras for instant camera that will assist drivers with the blind spot and for one for rear view and so on. There are also vehicle with four camera system. They are there to insure the safety of drivers but in most instances it causes more distraction than anything else due to the reason that drivers do not recognize the view that it has been presented to them by the system, which in many instances is more harmful than safe. Read more

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