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2003-11-11 Startup eyes RF chips at China's booming handset market
A small startup based in China developing RF chips is looking to capture 50 percent of the country's fast-growing market for PHS handsets.
2004-10-04 Startup demos narrowband, UWB transmissions on same chip
Pulse-Link demonstrated the ability to simultaneously support UWB and narrowband wireless transmissions on the same chip.
2004-09-02 Startup Berkna builds all-CMOS GSM transceiver
Berkna believes its new all-CMOS single-chip transceiver will address the power, performance, space, cost and multimode flexibility requirements of GSM handsets.
2004-12-15 ST unveils new smartcard MCU with 2KB EEPROM
STMicroelectronics added a new contactless smartcard microcontroller (MCU) with 2KB of EEPROM to its ST19 family of secure MCUs.
2006-10-26 ST posts $2.5B revenues for Q3
STMicroelectronics (ST) reported that net revenues for Q3 were $2.5 billion, 11.8 percent above the $2.24 billion reported in the same quarter last year.
2007-07-13 ST licenses smart power process tech to Bosch
ST and Bosch have signed an agreement in which the car electronic systems company will license ST's BCD8 smart power process tech.
2008-05-02 ST invites Russia's Sitronics into Crolles2
Russia's Sitronics JSC is invited to join the Crolles2 technology alliance, Jean-Marc Chaumont, a VP at STMicroelectronics, told the Russian press.
2006-11-15 ST intros TPM made in 0.15?m process tech
STMicroelectronics has announced a TPM module manufactured in its advanced 0.15?m CMOS EEPROM process technology.
2005-03-17 ST enables slimmer end-products
The two 512kb EEPROM devices from ST are engineered for apps that have a large amount of rapidly changing parameter data.
2004-10-27 ST embeds radio section in digital single-chip GPS receiver
ST has developed a single-chip GPS for active antenna systems featuring the complete RF function, GPS base-band, an ARM7TDMI processor and peripherals.
2005-08-02 ST achieves EAL5+ certification for 32-bit smart card MCU
STMicroelectronics announced that the established ST22L128 32-bit secure microcontroller has received 'Common Criteria' security certification at Evaluation Assurance Level EAL5+ (Augmented).
2011-03-16 SpringSoft, Dongbu partner for PDKs
The two companies announced a multiyear partner program to jointly develop a series of process design kits streamlining the implementation of custom chips with Dongbu's manufacturing technologies at mature process nodes.
2007-11-01 Spread spectrum confronts EMI
The sleepy clock-generator chip market shook itself awake as two rival vendors, Cypress Semiconductor and SpectraLinear rolled entries in a new class of programmable devices.
2011-07-21 SPI FRAMs provide 10 billion write/read cycles
Fujitsu Semiconductor's SPI FRAM family operates at a voltage range between 3C3.6V and provides an endurance of 10 billion write/read cycles.
2009-10-08 Specialty foundries seek new growth opportunities
Gearing for the next IC upturnand perhaps survival over the long runspecial foundry providers are rolling out new strategies and processes.
2010-03-16 Specialty foundries extend their reach
The specialty foundries Dongbu, MagnaChip, TowerJazz and X-Fab are expanding their wings with new capabilities or alliances.
2011-09-26 Specialized foundry processing yields high-performance analog IC
Learn about the impact of foundry process on achievable specifications.
2003-07-22 Sony develops application CPU for CLIE products
Sony has announced the development of the "Handheld Engine" CPU that will be incorporated into the company's CLIE PEG-UX50 products.
2006-03-21 Sold out TSMC is offloading work, say reports
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has reportedly declined to comment on a report that it has sold out of manufacturing capacity in the second quarter.
2003-10-16 SoCMosaic speeds IC co-development
Having reduced chip development time with its SoCMosaic platform, Toshiba Corp. is promising to shorten time-to-market further for custom chips.
2007-08-15 SoC controller targets space applications
Tower Semiconductor Ltd and Ramon Chips Ltd have completed a prototype radiation-hardened SoC controller for space applications.
2008-04-28 SMIC-ASTRI team yields dual-mode UWB MAC ASIC
SMIC and ASTRI have collaborated to provide the world's first dual-mode UWB MAC IC using SMIC's 0.13?m mix-mode CMOS technology.
2004-09-01 SMIC launches high-voltage process for LCD drivers
Chinese silicon foundry provider Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) on August 27 announced the development of a high-voltage process technology.
2006-10-31 SMIC denies TSMC's infringement allegations
SMIC refutes TSMC claims that the former stole technology from the latter by saying that SMIC's memory and logic IC production technologies came from other sources, said sources close to the ongoing lawsuit for the two companies.
2008-10-27 SMIC comes up with 0.11?m CIS process tech
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. has successfully developed a 0.11?m CMOS image sensor (CIS) process technology.
2008-10-07 SMIC braces for 32nm collaboration with IBM
Semiconductor Manufacturing International has presented its process road map, tipping its 45nm and 40nm technology for delivery in 2009.
2004-03-12 SMIC aims high with Beijing fab
Semiconductor Manufacturing Int. Corp.'s massive 300mm (12-inch) semiconductor fab now under construction here may well be one of the most controversial - and celebrated - China development projects since Emperor Qin Shi Huang laid the foundation for the Great Wall of China in 214 B.C.
2003-02-10 Smart card MCU features reduced operating voltage
Hitachi Ltd's AEC46C1 16-bit smart card microcontroller is capable of reducing internal operating voltage down to 1.8V.
2003-10-28 SiS unveils low-power Flash controller
Under the dual channel mode, the SiS150 USB 2.0 Flash disk controller from Silicon Integrated Systems can achieve read speed of up to 18MBps.
2003-03-18 SiS rolls first WLAN chip
Taiwan's Silicon Integrated Systems has unveiled its first wireless LAN chip, fielding a MAC for 802.11b networks.
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