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Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited today announced the launch of an upgraded lineup of its FM3 Family of 32-bit general-purpose RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor core. In total, Fujitsu Semiconductor is releasing 38 new products, including the MB9BF529TPMC, which is equipped with high-capacity memory, and the MB9BF121JPMC, which features low pin count packaging.
Fujitsu announce the appointment of Robert D. Pryor (Bob) as president and CEO of Fujitsu in North America. Pryor brings more than 30 years of experience to his new role, where he will be responsible for accelerating the growth of Fujitsu in North America and focusing the business on the needs of clients in the U.S., Canada and Caribbean.
Fujitsu have today revealed the launch of two new FRAM products, MB85RS1MT and MB85RS2MT. Featuring 1 Mbit and 2 Mbit memory densities, respectively, these are the highest density SPI FRAM products currently offered by Fujitsu Semiconductor. The new products will be made available in sample quantities from the end of March 2013.
Fujitsu has enabled the large-scale deployment of single-wavelength 100Gbps optical transport systems worldwide. Fujitsu's expertise in mixed-signal, thermal, power-optimisation and high-performance package design are key ingredients for providing SoC ASIC solutions to system vendors, paving the way for the necessary upgrade to global networking infrastructure brought on by ever-increasing bandwidth demand and traffic flow.
The mainboard development of Fujitsu Technology Solutions at the Augsburg plant has won the Technology Leadership Award from Mentor Graphics in the category Computers, Blades & Servers, Memory Systems. This is the second time Fujitsu Technology Solutions received the trophy, which is awarded every year in six categories.
Fujitsu announces that it will be showcasing its FM Family ARM Cortex-M-based industrial solutions and FRAM at the Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg, February 26 to February 28. Learn more about Fujitsu's range of 'right-sized' solutions at our partner booths, where our experts will be on hand to answer your questions and provide live demonstrations. You will find us at GLYN (hall 1, booth 306), MSC (hall 2, booth 219) and EBV Elektronik (hall 4, booth 535).
Fujitsu and Panasonic have announced that the two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to consolidate the design and development functions of the system LSI businesses of Panasonic and Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu. With the backing of capital contributions from third-party investors, Fujitsu and Panasonic will establish a new company under a fabless business model, enabling LSI design and development functions.
Fujitsu Semiconductor America today introduced an ultra-low-power Ferroelectric Random Access Memory in a new, smaller standard SON-8 package designed for miniaturized products. The 16Kbit FRAM MB85RC16 includes an I2C interface and features the smallest standby and operating current in its class of products.
Fujitsu Semiconductor today announced that it has achieved high output power of 2.5kW in server power-supply units equipped with gallium-nitride (GaN) power devices built on a silicon substrate. The company will exhibit the device for the first time at Embedded Technology 2012 Conference and Exhibition (Nov. 14-16 at the Pacifico Yokohama Convention Center in Japan), and will start volume production of the GaN power devices by the second half of 2013.
Fujitsu have today launched a new FM4 family of 32-bit general purpose RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M4 processor core, featuring DSP and FPU functions. In addition, Fujitsu is introducing a new FM0+ family of devices based on the Cortex-M0+ core.
Fujitsu Semiconductor America today added 93 new versatile devices to its rapidly expanding FM3 family of 32-bit microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core. The Basic Group has a total of 72 products that include the MB9B520M/320M/120M Series. The controllers operate at 72MHz and have been designed for inverter control, making them ideal choices for household appliances, office automation equipment, and industrial equipment.
Fujitsu have unveiled a new addition to its wide voltage range Ferroelectric Random Access Memory product series (V series). The newly launched MB85RC256V offers the highest density level in the V series and is Fujitsu's first FRAM product that operates in an even wider voltage range of 2.7 V to 5.5 V, which provides even greater flexibility for customer applications.
Fujitsu have revealed development of the Interface Bridge SoC MB86E631, which brings together a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and a host of different interfaces, all on a single chip. Sample quantities of the new product will begin shipping in late December 2012.
Miradore and Fujitsu announce a collaboration by which Fujitsu will utilize Miradore's automated remote management technology in their new point-of-sale management offering branded as "Fujitsu Retail Systems Management, powered by Miradore".
Fujitsu today announced the immediate availability, in 46 countries, of Interstage List Creator V10, the latest edition of its software tool for designing and generating business-use forms. Interstage List Creator V10 is a software tool for designing and generating forms in the 13 different primary languages of Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Russia, namely Japanese, English, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, and Russian. The new software tool is intended for use by Japanese companies with operations in these regions.
The Internet Protocol Suite from SEVENSTAX is now also available for Fujitsu's single- and TwinMAC ARM Cortex-M3 from the FM3 family. The FM3 TwinMAC MCUs are high-end members of the FM3 family and can be deployed for a wide range of applications – such as factory or home automation and the intelligent control of illumination and alarm systems, to name just two.
Open source service providers emlix have integrated an Embedded Linux system into a Fujitsu D3003-S2 mainboard with AMD Embedded G-Series CPU. All components required for HD video and 3D graphics, including the binary drivers, were adapted by emlix in accordance with the license by using the fglrx drivers, making full use of the relevant hardware resources. This allows smooth playback of HD videos and the display of highly complex 3D graphics.
Fujitsu today announced the launch of the fifth wave of products in its FM3 Family of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor core. In total, Fujitsu Semiconductor is releasing 93 new products, which incrementally will be made available in sample quantities starting September 28, 2012.
Fujitsu has demonstrated the transmission of >100Gbps over a single CEI-28G-VSR channel, effectively quadrupling the data rate throughput defined by the Optical Internetworking Forum for this chip-to-chip electrical interface. This serves as a benchmark for what can be achieved over short-reach electrical channels using the same field-proven CMOS converter technology deployed in long-haul optical transport systems today.
Fujitsu Semiconductor have today revealed the expansion of its "New 8FX" family of high-performance 8-bit microcontrollers to include 12 products each from the serie64-pin MB95770 series and the 80-pin MB95710 series, both of which feature LCD control and advanced analogue functionality. The MCUs support a wide range of operating voltages from 1.8V to 5.5V.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today announced the addition of new products with capacitive touch sensor and controller functionality to its New 8FX family of high-performance 8-bit microcontrollers. The new products from the MB95870, MB95860 and MB95850 series are being offered as low-cost, low-power microcontroller options for controlling the capacitive touch keys and touch panels used in a wide range of products sold worldwide, from household appliances to office equipment and electronic systems.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today announced the expansion of its "New 8FX" family of high-performance 8-bit microcontrollers to include nine new products from the 48-pin MB95690 series, featuring brushless DC motor control functionality, and six products from the 64-pin MB95810 series, featuring analogue comparator technology.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) today announced that Takeyuki Inoue has been appointed Vice President and Board Member, effective April 1, 2012. He succeeds Joji Murakami, who will return to Japan to work as an advisor for Fujitsu for a further year before then taking his well-deserved retirement after 36 years with Fujitsu.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) today launched 'Easy DesignSim', a web-based design simulator for power management ICs (PMICs). 'Easy DesignSim' offers comprehensive online design simulation and support for design engineers working with Fujitsu's extensive line of power management ICs, such as converters, switches, power supplies and charge control devices.
Fujitsu today announced that the Research Institute for Information Technology at Kyushu University has placed orders for a new system, consisting of Supercomputer System and High-performance Computational Server System.
Fujitsu today announced that it has completed construction of the new supercomputer, nicknamed Oakleaf-FX, for the Supercomputing Division of the University of Tokyo's Information Technology Center (SCD/ITC). The new system will begin operations from today.
Fujitsu Limited and Toshiba Corporation today announced that, as of April 1, 2012, Fujitsu has acquired Toshiba's ownership stake in Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications Limited, which develops and sells mobile phones for KDDI and other carriers. As a result, Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications has been converted into a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu.
Fujitsu today announced that Fujitsu Forum 2012, the company's largest annual event, will be held May 17-18 at the Tokyo International Forum in Japan. The theme of this year's Fujitsu Forum will be Reshaping ICT - Reshaping Business.
The Great Place to Work Institute has recognised Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe in its annual listing of the 100 best workplaces in Germany. This further strengthens FSEU's long standing reputation for being among the top European businesses to work for, as demonstrated by previous accolades from "Top Job", "Top Employer Engineering" and "Top Employer Automotive". FSEU received the highest score of all electronics companies with between 50-500 employees included in the top 100, and was ranked 19th overall.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe annonce aujourd'hui sa troisième génération de convertisseur numérique/analogique pour applications spécifiques (Application Specific Standard Product, ASSP). Le convertisseur numérique analogique (Digital-Analogic Converter, DAC) MB86066, dit 'Anakin', combine une résolution de 14 bits avec un débit de conversion record de 12 GS/s. Ce nouveau produit va apporter d'importants bénéfices aux systèmes de communication large bande, aux systèmes de communication radio multibandes, ainsi qu'aux équipements de test et de mesure, notamment.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe annonce l'extension de son offre évolutive pour combinés d'instruments automobiles, qui s'étend des microcontrôleurs (Micro Controler Unit, MCU) pour combinés traditionnels aux systèmes intégrés (Systems on Chips, SoC) dotés de capacités graphiques 3D et capables d'animer des combinés virtuels aussi bien que programmables. Baptisé MB9DF126 'Atlas', le nouveau MCU doté de 2 Mo de mémoire Flash et de 208 Ko de mémoire vive, ainsi que d'une interface APIX© et d'un cœur ARM, offre aux clients de hautes performances et une capacité mémoire exceptionnelle. Le nouveau MCU de FSEU va permettre le développement de systèmes d'information des conducteurs innovants, embarquant des fonctionnalités étendues et des solutions logicielles plus sophistiquées, tout en supportant la spécification AUTOSAR. MB9DF126 'Atlas' est optimisé pour répondre au mieux aux exigences de l'industrie en matière de sécurité et de consommation électrique. Les premiers échantillons du MCU MB9DF126 'Atlas', qui a été développé au Centre de Compétence MCU de Fujitsu à Langen, près de Francfort, seront disponibles dans le courant du second trimestre.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today unveils high-performance capacitive touch functionality for its FM3 Family of ARM Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers. The FM3touch library delivers the easy integration of capacitive touch functionality in state-of-the-art Human-Machine-Interfaces (HMI) for a wide range of industrial, home appliance and medical applications.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today introduces a new FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) product series with an extended voltage range of 3.0V – 5.5V, offering significantly greater design flexibility for customers in the industrial and metering sectors. With this product series, Fujitsu not only supports 3V systems, but 5V systems as well.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today launched the fourth wave of products in its FM3 family of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor core. Fujitsu is releasing 210 new products. Incremental sampling started January 31. The new products expand all four product groups that comprise the FM3 family – the High-Performance, Basic, Low Power, and Ultra-Low-Leak groups.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe today announces its first 3rd generation high performance Digital to Analog Converter Application Specific Standard Product (ASSP). The MB86066 'Anakin' DAC combines 14-bit resolution with a market-defining conversion rate of up to 12GS/s. The new product will deliver benefits to, amongst other applications, broadband communications systems, multi-band radio communications systems and test and measurement equipment.
Innovative and scalable solutions for Industrial, Embedded and Automotive markets will be among the highlights of next year's Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany. Visit Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) in hall 4, booth 228. Attend the FSEU presentation on "Secure Hardware Extension" taking place during the workshop on Embedded Security.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited and SuVolta Inc. announced that they have successfully demonstrated ultra-low-voltage operation of SRAM (static random access memory) blocks down to 0.425V by integrating SuVolta's PowerShrink low-power CMOS platform into Fujitsu Semiconductor's low-power process technology. By reducing power consumption, these technologies will make possible the ultimate in ecological products in the near future. Technology details and results will be presented at the 2011 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) being held in Washington DC, starting December 5.
Mentor Graphics Corporation has announced that Fujitsu Semiconductor has standardized on the Mentor Graphics HyperLynx Signal Integrity technology as the company's LSI-IC Packaging (PKG)-Printed Circuit Board (PCB) co-design tool for fast and accurate high-speed simulation and analysis. For today's highly functional end-products, bus speeds are increasingly getting faster and the demand for noise timing-aware LSI-PKG-PCB co-design is increasing. Fujitsu Semiconductor adopted the HyperLynx product suite to address problems caused by high-speed signals throughout the design cycle, from early architectural stages through post-layout verification.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe and HTV, a high performance centre for electronic components, today announce an extended partnership for the first On-Site Programming lab for FSEU. HTV installed the lab at the beginning of 2011 at the Fujitsu campus in Langen and linked it to the HTV data center. HTV employees are now programming microcontrollers on site. Lower overall costs, shorter turn-around times and quicker adaption are advantages not only for FSEU but also for its clients.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe has announced the launch of the third wave of products in its FM3 Family of new 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor core, which debuted in November of last year. In total, Fujitsu is releasing 54 new products. The new products are members of the High Performance Group including the MB9B610/D10/510/410/310//110 Series. These series are designed for processing-intensive system controllers and communications-oriented systems, with CAN and USB2.0 functionality, as well as the industry's first 2-channel Ethernet-MAC support in a Cortex-M3 Microcontroller.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe announced that its HDTV multi-decoder processor MB86H611 (a member of MB86H61 series) with advanced security architecture has been successfully certified by NAGRA, the world's leading provider of advanced content protection and multi-screen user experienced solutions. The announcement underscores a good fit for the company's HDTV decoder family to meet the market where modern content security architectures increasingly rely on the video chipset.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe et Mentor Graphics Corporation annoncent aujourd'hui que Fujitsu a choisi l'EABI (interface binaire d'application intégrée) Embedded Sourcery CodeBench pour ARM de Mentor pour assurer la prise en charge des microcontrôleurs FM3 Cortex-M3 et cartes d'évaluation du matériel de Fujitsu.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) et Autotalks ont annoncé aujourd'hui la conclusion d'un accord de coopération portant sur le processeur de communication d'Autotalks. Cet accord prévoit la mise au point du processeur par Autotalks, et la fabrication de celui-ci par Fujitsu Semiconductor. Les efforts combinés des deux leaders technologique que sont FSEU et Autotalks permettront de fournir aux constructeurs de matériel automobile et aux équipementiers de niveau 1 le meilleur des processeurs de communication entre véhicules, et ce, au plus haut niveau de fiabilité qui soit.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe and Autotalks have announced that they have reached an agreement to co-operate on Autotalks' communication processor, to be developed by Autotalks and manufactured by Fujitsu Semiconductor. The combined efforts of the two technology leaders will provide OEMs and Tier1s with the best vehicle-to-vehicle communication processor at the highest level of reliability
C'est par l'échange de compétences et l'octroi d'un accès mutuel à leurs pools de propriété intellectuelle (PI) que Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe et Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIS) assurent le développement de puces nanométriques à l'épreuve des progrès, destinées à leurs clients.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe dévoile son DAC à 8 bits et 4 canaux de première génération dans une technologie CMOS à 40 nm. Avec des taux d'échantillonnage compris entre 55 et 65 GSa/s par canal, un faible encombrement et une basse puissance (0,75 W/canal), cette technologie est compatible avec les systèmes de transport optique longue portée qui assurent des liaisons de données de 100 Gbits/s et plus sur une seule lambda. Complétant l'ADC CHAIS de Fujitsu à 40 nm, de 55 à 65 GSa/s pour les récepteurs cohérents de 100 Gbits/s, le nouveau DAC propose également des taux d'échantillonnage ultra-rapides et encore inégalés, une haute résolution, un faible bruit et la génération d'un signal à large bande passante pour les signaux OTU4.
Fujitsu Semiconductor's CGI Studio received the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Europe Product Differentiation Excellence Award in the automotive human machine interface (HMI) market. It was presented to Fujitsu Semiconductor Embedded Solutions Austria GmbH (FEAT) for CGI Studio, a software platform for the development of hybrid 2D and 3D graphical interfaces (HMI/GUI) for automotive systems.
CGI Studio de Fujitsu Semiconductor a reçu le Prix d'excellence européen de Frost & Sullivan 2011 pour la Différenciation produit sur le marché des interfaces homme-machine (IHM) automobiles. Le prix a été décerné à Fujitsu Semiconductor Embedded Solutions Austria GmbH (FEAT) pour CGI Studio, une plateforme logicielle destinée au développement des interfaces graphiques hybrides 2D et 3D (IHM/GUI) pour les systèmes automobiles.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe announces its first- generation 8-bit, 4-channel DAC in 40nm CMOS technology. With a sampling rate range of 55 – 65 GSa/s per channel, small footprint and low power (0.75W/channel), this technology supports long-haul optical transport systems providing data links of 100Gbps and higher over a single lambda. Complimenting the 40nm 55 – 65 GSa/s Fujitsu CHAIS ADC for 100Gbps coherent receivers, the new DAC also offers unparalleled ultra-fast sampling rates, high resolution, low noise and wide bandwidth signal generation for OTU4 signals.
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe annonce l'extension de sa gamme évolutive de grappes d'instruments, qui regroupe les MCU allant des grappes traditionnelles jusqu'aux SoC graphiques 3D capables de diriger des grappes d'instruments virtuels ou librement programmables.