EE Times Europe in print - February
February 10, 2009 //
Here are a selection of articles that appeared in the latest EE Times Europe print edition: February 2009. Click on the headline to see the full story.
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The Qimonda insolvency continues to stir discussions on the viability of the European semiconductor industry and the state of the global DRAM market.
Moshe Gavrielov, the relatively new CEO of Xilinx Inc., came to London to launch Xilinx's Spartan-6 and Virtex-6 ranges of FPGAs and to spread a little celebration around the world * celebration of Xilinx's 25th birthday. In a difficult environment Gavrielov reckons that FPGA-makers are sitting in some of the better seats.
Following the insolvency three years ago of its largest customer, BenQ Mobiles, Infineon's wireless communications division fell into an abyss. Having staged a remarkable comeback over the subsequent quarters, the division now faces a new challenge, perhaps the toughest one since its inception.
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Mixture of graphene/carbon nanotubes produce low-cost ultracapacitors
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Printoo: printed electronics made Arduino-compatible
Magnetic RAM set for 50% CAGR, says report
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The Heartbleed security bug is a key example of the fundamental security challenge for the Internet of Things says Green Hills Software as it launches a new security group.
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