Supplier News

  1. RFMD Announces Expansion To Accommodate Rising Demand For Compound Semiconductors
    10/1/2007
    RF Micro Devices announced plans to expand its compound semiconductor manufacturing capacity to support growth expectations in the Company's Cellular and Multi-Market product groups
  2. Impinj Delivers Reprogrammable Nonvolatile Memory IP Breakthrough - AEON/MTP World's First 2.5V Floating-Gate NVM In TSMC's 65 Nanometer Process
    9/26/2007
    Leading logic nonvolatile memory (NVM) intellectual property (IP) supplier, Impinj, Inc., recently announced that the company's multiple-time programmable AEON-/MTP memory designed with 2.5V floating-gate transistors has been silicon-verified in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.’s (TSMC’s) 65 nm LP process.
  3. Impinj Tops 600 Million Logic NVM Units Shipped
    9/13/2007
    Leading logic nonvolatile memory (NVM) intellectual property (IP) supplier, Impinj, Inc., recently announced that the company’s customers have shipped more than 600 million chips containing Impinj’s AEON NVM cores since 2003.
  4. Impinj To Exhibit At 2007 FSA Suppliers Expo And Conference
    9/7/2007
    Leading logic nonvolatile memory (NVM) intellectual property (IP) supplier Impinj, Inc. will exhibit at the 2007 FSA Suppliers Expo and Conference on September 12 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. The conference will include keynote speeches and panel discussions highlighting today's most relevant business topics, as well as an exhibition showcasing the semiconductor industry's most innovative products and services.
  5. Semiconductor Solution: Elliptic And Impinj Collaboration Bolsters System-On-Chip Digital Content Protection
    8/21/2007
    Elliptic Semiconductor Inc. and Impinj, Inc. recently announced an agreement to collaboratively develop a secure, standards-based system-on-chip (SoC) reference architecture for content protection applications such as digital rights management (DRM) and conditional access. The reference architecture integrates Elliptic's embedded security module (ESM) and Impinj's AEON multi-time programmable nonvolatile memory (NVM) core to counteract embedded system threats such as reverse chip engineering and cryptographic algorithm security breaches.
  6. The Growing Semiconductor IP Business Question And Answer With Larry Morrell, Impinj
    8/15/2007
    Having shipped more than 500 million AEON nonvolatile memory (NVM) cores, Impinj, Inc. has a lot to say about the growing semiconductor IP business. As part of our ongoing effort to report on hot new industry developments, Semiconductor Online caught up with Larry Morrell, vice president and general manager of Impinj’s IP Products Group, to get his thoughts on this evolving chip market segment. Used with permission from Impinj, Inc.
  7. New VirTis® Advantage Plus Benchtop Freeze Dryers Provide Greater Capacity And Improved Controls
    8/6/2007
    SP Industries has expanded their VirTis brand AdVantage Series of BenchTop Freeze Dryers. Featuring the latest advancements in benchtop freeze drying, the new state-of-the-art AdVantage Plus is available with up to three fluid cooled shelves which maintain a more precise level of temperature control previously available only in pilot/production scale units
  8. IEEE Forms Study Group On VSI Alliance Technology
    7/30/2007
    The IEEE has formed two study groups to explore the creation of IEEE standards based on work done at the VSI Alliance (VSIA). The groups, which will evaluate VSIA’s existing Quality IP (QIP) Metric standard and its encryption activities, grow out of VSIA’s recent announcement that it will cease operations and donate key products to the IEEE
  9. Keithley Introduces Linux-Based RF Parametric Test Systems
    7/23/2007
    Keithley Instruments, Inc. announces a group of enhancements for its S600 Series Parametric Test Systems. The main enhancement is a migration to the Linux Operating System (OS) on the embedded control computer within each test system
  10. Nordic Reveals Three Hidden Features In Its 2.4 GHz RF Transceiver
    7/16/2007
    Nordic Semiconductor ASA unveiled three hidden features in the Enhanced ShockBurst hardware link layer of its nRF24L01 2.4 GHz transceiver