Under the agreement, IBM's Microelectronics Division will make advanced CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) silicon chips designed by Unisys.
What does AC stand for?
AC stands for Advanced CMos
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We are pleased to provide e2v with our advanced CMOS image sensing design, device and process innovations, leading to excellent picture quality and superior product performance," said Dr.
Forza specializes in the design of advanced CMOS image sensors, from ultra-high resolution imagers for medical, broadcasting, scientific and military applications to low-cost sensors for digital cameras, cellular camera phones and other consumer devices.
First Foundry Worldwide Offering Comprehensive DMY/DFM Reference Design Flow for Its Specialty Technologies UNTERPREMSTAETTEN, Austria -- austriamicrosystems' (SWX:AMS) business unit Full Service Foundry announced today the availability of its comprehensive DFM/DFY reference design flow for its advanced CMOS, High Voltage CMOS, High Voltage Embedded Flash and SiGe-BiCMOS process technologies.
This new professional camera is powered by Foveon's latest X3 CIS device, enabled by advanced CMOS wafer processing performed by Dongbu.
We have developed an array of mixed-signal technologies, such as our Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) portfolio of processes, which allows the use of bipolar transistors for precision analog, advanced CMOS technology for digital functions, and DMOS for monolithic power transistors.
SEOUL, Korea -- Dongbu Electronics today announced it has completed development of an advanced CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) process at the 130nm node.
The advanced CMOS radio architectures, coupled with the application of innovative digital 130-nm CMOS design techniques, allow the SW3210 to enable a complete radio solution with an RF PCB area that is only 6.