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High-Precision Voltage Reference IC Provides Very-Low Drift for Extended-Temperature Automotive Applications - News

October 08, 2021

Microchip Technology announced the release of a high-precision voltage reference (Vref) IC that is designed for automotive and industrial applications that require low drift, high reliability, and high performance.

Analog & Power

Microchip and Acacia Collaborate on 400G Pluggable Coherent Optics for Data Center Routing, Switching, and Metro OTN Platforms - News

October 06, 2021

Bandwidth growth, driven by the expansion of data centers and 5G network build-outs, is expected to drive the need for faster coherent Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) pluggable optics. Consequently, Data Center Interconnect (DCI) and metro Optical Transport Network (OTN) platforms are transitioning from 100/200G to 400G pluggable coherent optical modules to support these hyper-connected architectures.

Analog & Power

DARPA Researchers Can Accelerate Technology Innovation with Microchip’s Low-Power FPGA Product Families - News

September 21, 2021

Microchip joins the defense agency’s innovation initiative that gives its researchers better access to commercial technologies and tools.

Analog & Power

Microchip Unveils Compact 1.6T Ethernet PHY with Up to 800 GbE Connectivity for Cloud Data Centers, 5G, and AI - News

September 09, 2021

META-DX2L enables routers, switches, and line cards to double their bandwidth by transitioning to 112G PAM4 interface rate.

Debug & Test

Smart High Level Synthesis (HLS) Tool Suite Enables C++ Based Algorithm Development Using Microchip’s PolarFire® FPGA Platform - News

September 01, 2021

The need to combine performance with low power consumption in edge compute applications has driven demand for Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) to be used as power-efficient accelerators while also providing flexibility and speeding time to market. However, a large majority of edge compute, computer vision, and industrial control algorithms are developed natively in C++ by developers with little or no knowledge of underlying FPGA hardware.

Networking & 5G

Critical Decisions for Critical Infrastructure: How Best to Implement Precise Time and Synchronization - Story

August 23, 2021

Critical infrastructure services such as telecommunications, utilities, transportation, and defense require Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) technology to operate. But the ubiquitous use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) as the primary source of PNT information has introduced vulnerabilities.


New I2C Serial EEPROM Introduces 3.4MHz High-Speed Mode Operation, Software Write-Protection, and Factory Programmed Serial Numbers - News

August 13, 2021

I2C and SPI are two of the most widely used serial communication buses for embedded systems, and each comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. SPI is the faster protocol, but that comes at the expense of higher pricing and limited scalability.