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STMicroelectronics’ miniature filters cut noise on music-enabled phones.
Two smartcard controllers are the industry's first to be certified to EAL 5+ of CC v3.1.
CMOS sensor is for vision-based advanced driver assistance systems.
Two-wheel inverted pendulum robot is the result of a partnership.
IC is for soft switching asymmetrical half bridge topology.
HD decoder from STMicroelectronics claims to improve the performance of multimedia products.
A miniature, surface-mountable gyro sensor offers 300 degrees-per-second angular rate measurement.
Miniature insulin delivery pumps can be placed on a skin patch to deliver continuous doses.
A developer of semiconductors has released a range of silicon oscillators for efficient power management.
The STv0986 mobile imaging processor from STMicroelectronics controls a phone’s imaging subsystem.
An off-line switched mode converter saves component count, and ensure efficiency in standby mode.
The networking standard for multimedia in vehicles, MOST, could now have wider applications.
STMicroelectronics has added two new accelerometers to its ultra-compact portfolio of devices in 4 x 4 x 1.5mm LGA packages.
Diagnostic test detects and analyses avian flu strains bringing effective vaccination sooner.
It has been a busy time for Intel as the processor giant announced a 65nm processor packed with transistors, and two memory joint ventures with Micron and STMicroelectronics.
STMicroelectronics has released a 24bit audio DAC with playback time extender for mobile music applications.
STMicroelectronics couples its multimedia application processor with an audio and power-management chip.
The flash memory company created by a partnership between Intel, STMicroelectonics and Francisco Partners, a private equity firm, has run into trouble as the US Federal Trade Commision (FTC) reviews whether anti-trust violations have occurred.