Andover, Mass. – Vicor Corp.'s V048K015T100 is the first 100-amp product in the company's V &#8226 I Chip line of voltage transformation modules (VTM) designed for factorized power” architectures (ID#12802682). At 400 amps per cubic inch, it also has the highest current-density. Bringing the speed and efficiency advantages of factorized power to isolated DC/DC topologies and point-of-load applications, the VTM responds to no-load-to-full-load conditions in less than a fraction of a microsecond for powering advanced microprocessor systems. Optimized for low-voltage, high-current duties, it boasts an efficiency of 90 percent at 1.2 volts at 100 amps, and better than 92 percent at 50 amps. The VTM may be paralleled to deliver hundreds of amps at an output voltage that can be set from 0.8- to 1.6 VDC.

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Andover, Mass. – Vicor Corp.'s V048K015T100 is the first 100-amp product in the company's V &#8226 I Chip line of voltage transformation modules (VTM) designed for factorized power” architectures (ID#12802682). At 400 amps per cubic inch, it also has the highest current-density. Bringing the speed and efficiency advantages of factorized power to isolated DC/DC topologies and point-of-load applications, the VTM responds to no-load-to-full-load conditions in less than a fraction of a microsecond for powering advanced microprocessor systems. Optimized for low-voltage, high-current duties, it boasts an efficiency of 90 percent at 1.2 volts at 100 amps, and better than 92 percent at 50 amps. The VTM may be paralleled to deliver hundreds of amps at an output voltage that can be set from 0.8- to 1.6 VDC.

The NC-I includes Faraday's proprietary 500-MHz ARMv4 CPU, called the FA626. It has 32 kbytes of instruction and data cache each, a unified Level 2 cache and a separate 32-bit interface for accessing off-chip SRAMs.

Other features include two Gigabit Ethernet ports or three 10/100 Ethernet ports; a dual-mode PCI-X bus interface; a data coherency engine; and a 32-bit, DDR333 memory interface.

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The glue connecting these standard components is provided by another pet project from Faraday. Instead of using a standard bus based on ARM's Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture, Faraday has designed a high-throughput, nonblocking crossbar switch, which runs at 64 bits and 166 MHz. Faraday designed the switch with the idea of giving system designers the ability to tweak traffic loads for bandwidth and latency and envisioned the architecture as more suitable for quality-of-service-dependent applications, such as high-definition video.

The nitty-grittyStanding in for a structured ASIC, the NC-I gives designers 0.5 Mbit of SRAM and 1.5 million gates in a programmable cell array to implement their IP.

The NC-I will be available as an NPU platform ASIC in the first quarter of 2005. It will combine low-leakage and high-speed transistors from the 0.13-micron design library at Faraday's foundry partner, United Microelectronics Corp., and come in a 484 plastic BGA package.

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Turnaround time is about 30 days, the company said. Faraday estimates nonrecurring engineering costs to be $250,000 and offers the $20 price to orders of at least 1,000 units.

SAN JOSE, Calif. &#151 Amid a lull in the IC market, North American-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted a book-to-bill ratio of 1.00 in August, down from 1.04 in July, according to new figures from the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) trade group on Thursday (Sept. 16).

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A book-to-bill of 1.00 means that $100 worth of orders were received for every $100 of product billed for the month. The SEMI book-to-bill is a ratio of three-month moving averages of worldwide bookings and billings for North American-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers.

The three-month average of worldwide bookings in August 2004 was $1.52 billion. The bookings figure is 5 percent below the revised July 2004 level of $1.59 billion and 107 percent above the $731.8 million in orders posted in August 2003.

Applied did not officially announce a tool based on RSB, but sources believe the company sold RSB-like machines to IBM Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Problems with the technology prompted Applied to back away from the market, however, according to sources.

Even if Applied re-enters the market, the company faces an uphill battle. It is expected to face stiff competition from e-beam players such as Hitachi, JEOL, Leica, and Toshiba. Applied stands a better chance in laser tools, where the company mainly competes against Sweden's Micronic Laser Systems AB.

MANHASSET, New York — Eastman Kodak Company (Rochester, New York) et IBM (Armonk, New York) signent un accord de plusieurs années dans le cadre duquel les deux entreprises devraient développer et fabriquer des capteurs destinés à des produits de consommation, tels que des appareils photo numériques et des téléphones-appareils photo.

L’accord exploiterait les technologies de capture d’images de Kodak et l’expertise de traitement CMOS d’IBM. Il permettrait à Kodak de commercialiser une nouvelle famille de capteurs d’images CMOS (CIS) à l’heure où la société tente d’accélérer la croissance de ses activités numériques.

IBM développerait ses solutions de fonderie à valeur ajoutée afin d’inclure la conception et la production en masse de capteurs d’images destinés aux applications d’imagerie numérique grand public.

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