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Vitesse Launches New IC For Green Printed Circuit Boards
By CTBR Staff Writer
Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation, a provider of advanced IC solutions for Carrier and Enterprise networks, has added a new IC, VSC8522, to the industry’s 12-port Gigabit Ethernet PHY family for achieving energy efficiency in printed circuit boards.
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Freescale Launches Power Management IC For Intel Atom
By CTBR Staff Writer
Freescale Semiconductor in conjugation with Intel has developed an audio and power management solution for Intel’s new Atom processor-based platforms, formerly codenamed 'Moorestown'.
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Austriamicrosystems Introduces New IC For Power Inverters
By CTBR Staff Writer
Austriamicrosystems, a global designer and manufacturer of analog ICs, has introduced its new integrated voltage and current measurement IC, AS8002 for power inverters.
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AppliedMicro Unveils New Energy-efficient Processor Family
By CTBR Staff Writer
Applied Micro Circuits, a provider of energy saving computing and communications systems, has introduced APM801xx, a family of energy-efficient embedded processors.
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Avalue Technology Introduces Low Power EMX-780E Chip Sets
By CTBR Staff Writer
Avalue Technology, an industrial computer manufacturing company, has introduced a Mini-ITX motherboard, the EMX-780E, with low power and thermal design.
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ACT Releases Specifications For Green Chemical Solution
By CTBR Staff Writer
ACT Clean Technologies has released the specifications of the company's environmentally safe, EPA approved solution for their patented fluids, which ACT says, are designed to remove oil sludge from water and ship's hulls and help increase oil production from existing wells.
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VTI Introduces Low Power Sensor For Automotive, Industrial Applications
By CTBR Staff Writer
VTI Technologies (VTI), a provider of of low g MEMS sensors, has introduced a new, all digital, accelerometer sensor for automotive and industrial applications.
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Clare Launches Power MOSFETs As Synchronous Rectifiers
By CTBR Staff Writer
Clare, a wholly owned subsidiary of IXYS, has released its new low voltage Power MOSFETs in small SOIC packages as synchronous rectifiers for battery powered equipment and solar chargers. It has a breakdown voltage rating of 30V and a gate threshold voltage of 1V.
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On Semiconductor Unveils New Synchronous Rectification Driver ICs
By CTBR Staff Writer
On Semiconductor, a supplier of silicon solutions for green electronics, has expanded its portfolio of products to support next generation power system design with the introduction of NCP4303A and NCP4303B, which are synchronous rectification controller and driver integrated circuits (ICs).
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Vectron Unveils New Green TCXO
By CTBR Staff Writer
Vectron International, a manufacturer and marketer of frequency control, sensor, and hybrid products, has unveiled its new TX-402 Temperature Controlled Crystal Oscillator (TCXO), as part of the company's new 'Green Products initiative'.
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Samsung To Increase Low-power DDR3 Production For Server Applications
By CTBR Staff Writer
Samsung Electronics, a company engaged in advanced semiconductor technology systems, is planning to increase the 40nm class production of high-density DDR3 memory chips to accommodate the demand for low power platform in server applications.
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Vitesse Unveils New EcoEthernet Technology With Power-saving Features
By CTBR Staff Writer
Vitesse Semiconductor, a provider of advanced IC systems for carrier and enterprise networks, has unveiled the second generation of its EcoEthernet technology, with power-saving features exceeding the IEEE’s 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standards.
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HiSilicon Selects Cadence For Low-power, Mixed-signal Flows
By CTBR Staff Writer
HiSilicon Technologies, a company that provides application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC), has expanded its collaboration with Cadence Design Systems, a company engaged in electronic designing, on its advanced wireless and networking chip designs.
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Vitesse Introduces Low-power Crosspoint Switch
By CTBR Staff Writer
Vitesse Semiconductor has expanded its broadcast video IC portfolio with low power, small footprint crosspoint switch. The VSC3340, an asynchronous 40x40-port device will deliver power scaling green modes that reduce power dissipation by as much as 54% over existing systems, the company said.
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Austriamicrosystems Unveils New Low Power Magnetic Rotary Encoder IC
By CTBR Staff Writer
austriamicrosystems, a designer and manufacturer of analog ICs, has introduced its new AS5055 magnetic rotary encoder with automatic power-down and wake-up modes.
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