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SiTime Provides Precision Timing Solution for Lattice's Low Power FPGAs - NewsApril 24, 2023
SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA. SiTime Corporation recently announced that it will provide its Cascade MEMS-based Clock-System-on-a-Chip (ClkSoC) and an Emerald OCXO or Elite X Super-TCXO precision timing solutions for Lattice Semiconductor's new synchronization hardware development platform.
A Small But Mighty 32-kHz Ultra-Low Power Automotive Clock - BlogDecember 06, 2022
Timing, like power, is an ever-present topic in every modern automotive electronic system. Modern cars use up to 70 timing devices, and this number is expected to grow as new automated driving features are introduced.
SiTime Expands Automotive SAM with New Family Precision Timing Solutions - Press ReleaseOctober 18, 2022
October 18, 2022 -- SiTime Corporation (NASDAQ: SITM), the precision timing company, today introduced an ultra-low-power 32 kHz oscillator family that provides accurate time keeping for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), infotainment, instrument clusters and electronic control units (ECUs). The unique combination of 4x better stability and up to 20% lower power extends system battery life.
A Precision Timing Solution for Tesla's Dojo System from SiTime - NewsOctober 05, 2022
SiTime provides an alternative MEMS oscillator with system-level techniques for fixing the problem of dense integration design of Dojo power module.
SiTime Expands New Precision Timing Solution for Autonomous Vehicles - NewsSeptember 28, 2022
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- SiTime Corporation introduced a new automotive oscillator family, based on SiTime’s advanced MEMS technology. The new SiT9396/7 precision timing solutions are designed to ensure the reliability and flexibility of level 4 and 5 ADAS, domain/zone controllers, radar, and LiDAR subsystems.
Is Moore’s Law Still Ticking? - BlogMay 23, 2022
Moore’s law, the prediction that the number of transistors packed into an integrated circuit (IC) would double every two years while computing costs are halved, has had a remarkably long run. When Gordon Moore, co-founder and chairman emeritus of Intel, made this bold observation in 1965, few could have imagined that state-of-the-art microchips would one day contain a billion times more circuits. Thanks to ever-shrinking circuits, computing devices have steadily grown smaller, faster and cheaper, year after year, for more than five decades.
SiTime Introduces XCalibur MEMS Solution for the Timing Industry’s Supply Chain Disruption - NewsFebruary 08, 2022
SiTime Corporation's XCalibur™ active resonator product category solves supply chain constraints using programmable semiconductors to deliver a drop-in replacement for quartz crystal resonators. XCalibur provides higher performance and reliability while reducing development time by up to two months in automotive, enterprise, and industrial applications.