Ericsson, STMicro to Merge Mobile Chips
- ST and Ericsson Provide Platform for Joint Venture. // Microwave Journal;Oct2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p53
The article reports that Ericsson Inc. and STMicroelectronics NV have agreed to merge Ericsson Mobile Platforms and ST-NXP Wireless into a joint venture in Geneva, Switzerland. It states that the 50/50 joint venture will result a strong product offering in semiconductors for mobile applications...
- FSK power-line-modem IC costs less than $5. Granville, Fran; Strassberg, Dan // EDN;8/01/96, Vol. 41 Issue 16, p34
Introduces SGS-Thomson Microelectronics NV's ST7537HS1, a power-line-modem integrated circuit that allows the use of alternating current power lines for half-duplex data transmission. Retail price; Design specification; Product use.
- Untitled. Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly;1/18/2012, Issue 2492, p53
The article offers brief information on the TV and set-top box processor FLI7680 from STMicroelectronics NV.
- LED Camera Flash Limitations Resolved. // Power Electronics Technology Exclusive Insight;3/13/2012, p2
The article previews the STCF04 integrated circuit from STMicroelectronics.
- Fault-Management Chip for Smarter, Safer LED Lighting. // Power Electronics Technology Exclusive Insight;12/20/2012, p4
The article features the LBP01, a fault-management chip, from STMicroelectronics.
- Open-Platform SoC Features Rich Set of Peripherals. // Wireless Design & Development;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p14
The article offers brief information of the Teseo II open-platform single-chip position receiver from STMicroelectronics NV.
- Single-chip PC supports synchronous DRAMS. // ECN: Electronic Component News;Feb2000, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p71
Features STMicroelectronics' STPCC0375BTC3 single-chip personal computer that supports synchronous DRAMs and provides all function required to built x86-based Information and Internet appliances in a single chip. Advanced processor block; Accelerated graphics and video controller; Bus mastering...
- ST Prototypes Medical Diagnostic Chip. Mutschler, Ann Steffora // Electronic News;12/4/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 49, p44
The article features the prototype silicon chip from STMicroelectronics that can collect and manipulate specific biological molecules.
- Voice chip targets consumer-appliance applications. Prophet; Granville, Graham // EDN Europe;Sep99, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p14
Focuses on STMicroelectronics's Euterpe voice-processor computer chip. Applications that add voice facilities to automotive and consumer household appliances targeted by the product; Features of the product.