FEI today announced the new Falcon Direct Electron Detector for its Titan and Tecnai transmission electron microscopes. The Falcon is based upon direct electron detection that enables the acquisition of low-noise images of delicate biological samples and other beam-sensitive materials that require low electron dose interactions to prevent radiation damage of the material.
Cadence announced today that they have validated a new generation of ASIC libraries from ARM using the Cadence Encounter Digital Implementation System targeting IBM's 45-nanometer silicon-on-insulator manufacturing process.
FEI Company announced the release of the Titan G2 scanning/transmission electron microscope (S/TEM) Family, inaugurating the second generation of the company's revolutionary Titan platform - the world's most powerful commercially-available microscope.
Samsung and Intrinsity today jointly announced the industry?s fastest mobile processor core implementation of the dual-issue ARM Cortex-A8 processor architecture in 45 nanometer Low Power, low leakage process technology.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation today announced the successful commercial production of a 130nm family of DisplayLink USB graphics chips designed by DisplayLink and manufactured at SMIC.
Hueper Optik International Pte Ltd announced the continuing expansion of its Middle East network by appointing Muscat based Saif Hidaib Al- Wahaibi Trading and Contracts Est. as the exclusive Country Distributor of Oman to market and distribute Hueper Optik nano-ceramic window films.
Ciranova, Inc. announced today that it has signed a license agreement with STMicroelectronics, one of the world's largest semiconductor companies, to support ST's deployment of Ciranova's interoperable PyCells for advanced silicon technologies at 32/28nm and beyond.
POSS Nanostructured Chemical technology, when used as a processing flow aid, effectively increases the melt flow of virtually any thermoplastic resin and is thermally stable enough for even the highest temperature plastics.
Stratosphere Solutions, Inc. today announced that its award winning StratoPro tool, used for technology development, manufacturing monitoring and modeling, has been silicon-proven at 32nm using a high-k metal gate process and is now available to customers who will be manufacturing at this technology node.
Intel Corporation is moving to a more advanced, 34-nanometer (nm) manufacturing process for its leading NAND flash-based Solid State Drive (SSD) products, which are an alternative to a computer's hard drive.
R+D Magazine has recognized Y-Carbon, Inc. with the prestigious R+D 100 award. This award recognizes Y-Carbon's revolutionary technology for providing the world with clean energy, safe drinking water and improved health care.