News – 2006.08.28

  • RTI, Concurrent Team on Navy’s Aegis Open Architecture Program
    Real-Time Innovations, Inc. (RTI), The Real-Time Middleware Company, and Concurrent Computer Corporation today announced that they have partnered to provide RTI’s standards-based real-time data distribution middleware with Concurrent’s RedHawk Linux in support of the U.S. Navy’s Aegis Open Architecture program.
  • Innovasic Semiconductor Ships Over One Millionth Chips
    Innovasic Semiconductor, a leader in replacement integrated circuit (IC) and microcontroller solutions, today announced that it has now shipped over one million replacement ICs. Innovasic produces replacement ICs using its MILES(TM) (Managed IC Lifetime Extension System) technology. MILES, in combination with copyrighted software and advanced EDA tools, allows the company to efficiently develop a fully compatible replacement for discontinued ICs. MILES also verfies the replacement against the original IC so that even the “undocumented features” are duplicated.
  • TSMC’s Lawsuit Disappoints SMIC
    Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (“SMIC” or the “Company”) hereby announces that it has been informed of the filing of a complaint instituting a lawsuit by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (“TSMC”) in respect of an alleged breach of the settlement agreement entered into between the Company and TSMC on January 30, 2005 concerning patents and trade secret litigations between the Company and TSMC (“Settlement Agreement”).
  • COMMELL Introduces LS-570 5.25-inch Core Duo Embedded Miniboard
    Taiwan Commate Computer Inc.(COMMELL), the worldwide leader provider of Single Board Computers, introduced the 5.25? Embedded Minboard LS-570 with the latest intel Centrino mobile technology 945GM Express chipset, which supports the intel Core Duo and Core Solo processors, it is enhanced to handle today`s demanding software applications – such as graphics-intensive games or serious number-crunching programs.
  • nLight Acquires Flextronics Photonics
    nLight, a leading manufacturer of high-power semiconductor lasers, announced today that it has acquired the assets of Flextronics Photonics. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The acquisition will add an array of new fiber-coupled and hybrid microelectronic products that will complement nLight’s current products. The acquisition of new core competencies will be combined with nLight’s semiconductor laser technology to expand nLight’s product portfolio.
  • Silterra, eMemory Collaborate on Neobit CMOS Logic OTP Memory
    Silterra Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. and eMemory Technology today announced that the companies have verified the Neobit(TM) one-time-programmable (OTP) memory on Silterra’s 0.18-micron CL180G and CL180H CMOS process technologies. Silterra, a prominent wafer foundry based in Malaysia, and eMemory, a leading provider of embedded non-volatile memory intellectual property (IP), have also collaborated on the 0.13-micron CL130G version of the design, which is ready for silicon validation.
  • NEC Develops IMAPCAR Image Processor for Automotive Safety Systems
    NEC Electronics Corporation and NEC Corporation, with support from Toyota Motor Corporation and Denso Corporation (“Denso”), today introduced the IMAPCAR(R) image processor for automobiles, which can detect nearby objects such as vehicles, pedestrians, and lane markers in real-time, enabling automobile manufacturers to easily implement safety mechanisms and collision prevention systems. IMAPCAR will be featured in the pre-crash safety system of the new Lexus LS460 developed by Toyota, scheduled to be available this autumn.