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  • Marvell loses ground with the slow death of 3G

    Mobile chipmaker Marvell is suffering as demand for 3G chips slowly dies as the rise of 4G LTE demands different chips.
  • 64-bit Android phone demand better than expected

    He said that he was surprised at the pace that 64-bit is now becoming mobile centric. Qualcomm, MediaTek, and Marvell are examples of public 64-bit doing well.
  • Oxford Uni holds Silicon Valley 2013 bash

    The speaker line up this year includes the following luminaries: Jack Shulman – Global Director of Research and Development, Sony Playstation; Keely Stevenson – CEO, Bamboo Finance; Stacey Chang – Associate Partner and Director, IDEO’s Health and Wellness Practice; Malay Ghandi – Chief Strategy Offi
  • AMD puts hopes on Opteron-X

    ARM partners such as Calxeda and Marvell Technologies are already selling 32-bit ARM-based chips for server deployments.
  • Intel needs an extra ARM licence

    Years ago, Intel offered StrongARM and Xscale microprocessors based on ARMv4 and ARMv5 instruction-sets, but flogged off that division to Marvell Semiconductor in mid-2006.
  • Marvell loses $1.17 billion to university, in patent place

    A federal jury has found that Marvell Technology nfringed two patents held by Carnegie Mellon University, and ordered the chipmaker to pay $1.17 billion in damages.
  • iFixit pulls apart Microsoft's Surface

    Under the bonnet, iFixit discovered an Nvidia 1.4 GHz Tegra 3 processor, 32 GB of Samsung NAND Flash, 2 GB of DDR3 SDRAM from Micron, a power management IC from Texas Instruments, wireless MIMO SoC from Marvell, a Wolfson low power audio codec, and a Cypress Semiconductor capacitive touchscreen cont
  • Dell builds second ARM server platform

    Dell's Copper system used Marvell chips, and involved partners Canonical and Clouderag. Dell is also staging clusters of the Dell "Copper" ARM server within the Dell Solution Centres.
  • Mobile processors with modems are the new black

    Marvell co-founder Weili Dai said that mobile processors will have to ship with modems in the future.
  • Foundry giant TSMC "too big to fail"

    With the popularity of fabless companies, the idea that TSMC could fail is almost unthinkable, supporting the likes of Qualcomm, Marvell, MediaTek, Nvidia and countless others, along with fablite firms as well. Disruption to its production could cause great upheaval in the supply chain.
  • Hybrid processors fuel $111 billion market

    Apple, Broadcom, Marvell, MediaTek, NVidia, Qualcomm, Samsung, St Ericsson, Texas Instruments and many other processor vendors have offered heterogeneous application-specific processors with a microprocessor core integrating a GPU to add value within extremely confined parameters of space, power and
  • Lite-On targets small business with E200 solid state drive

    The drive also supports the latest SATA 6GB/s and uses a Marvell controller.   This means fast boot up times, as you would expect from an SSD, and less faffing around for office workers and those using business PCs.
  • The news in reviews - another hardware roundup

    Hardware RoundupCoinciding with Marvell’s announcement of a new SSD controller, Xbit Labs has thrown together a review of several Marvell-based SSDs. Crucial, Corsair and Plextor fight it out against some SandForce units. It's quite interesting to see that Marvell’s server experience passes on down the food chain.
  • Lenovo unboxes its Google TV

    CES 2012The K91 smart TV comes in 42-inch and 55-inch flavors and it packs LED backlit IPS displays with 3D support and 240hz refresh rate. The OS of choice is Android 4.0, but the TV is based on Qualcomm's 1.5GHz 8060 dual-core processor, not a Marvell chipset.
  • One Laptop Per Child announces $100 XO 3.0 tablet

    CES 2012It had previously been announced back in 2010 that OLPC was working with chipmaker Marvell to produce a tablet version of its educational devices.
  • Scales fall off entrepreneurs’ eyes

    Silicon Valley comes to OxfordThe final plenary session of Silicon Valley comes to Oxford was all about “scaling”.  This is biz jargon for coping with your company as it gets bigger and bigger. And the first to speak was Tom Hayes, who works for Marvell now but has also worked for HP, Applied Materials and AMD.
  • Marvell man accused of being “master debater”

    Silicon Valley comes to OxfordAgainst the motion were Kim Polese – she is no Esther Dyson; Tom Hayes (at Marvell); Kal Patel and the incredibly well named lass from Cisco, Padmasree Warrior.
  • Intel, Marvell, Freescale sued over power management

    LawA case started in a Delaware District Court accusing Freescale, Marvell and Intel of infringing a power management patent.

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