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2007-05-16 Foundries face obstacle course in 45nm race
The starting gun sounded on the 45nm foundry race when the world's largest foundry service provider announced in April it is accelerating ramp of its 45nm process.
2010-03-05 Six reasons why Samsung will succeed in foundry biz
Ana Hunter, VP of foundry services for Samsung Semiconductor Inc. provided six basic reasons why Samsung believes it will succeed in the foundry business
2007-08-16 Intel pulls ahead in processor capex race
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. are taking different paths in IC manufacturing, but the traditional capital-spending race appears to be over in the x86-based processor arena
2008-08-06 eASIC jumps to 45nm, finds new foundry partner
Fabless vendor eASIC Corp. will skip the 65nm node and roll out what it calls a "zero mask charge" 45nm ASIC line
2007-12-19 Anxiety high as race begins for high-k 32nm
While foundries are just beginning to ramp their 45nm processes, vendors are already eyeing the next big challengethe race to develop and ship high-k dielectrics and metal gates for the 32nm node
2007-01-26 TI exits 45nm process race
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has decided to drop the costly business of digital logic process development and rely on foundry partners for its processes
2009-04-20 IBM 'fab club' tips 28nm high-k process
Despite the downturn, the silicon foundry business is heating up as IBM Corp.'s "fab club" has officially rolled out its 28nm process based on high-k dielectrics and metal gates
2010-10-13 SMIC finds focus
SMIC seems to be focusing on logic, analog and mixed-signal markets as it moves to restore customer confidence and emphasize profitability.
2008-04-29 TSMC throws hat in 32nm high-k ring
TSMC has outlined details of its 32nm road map, giving an impression it may be playing catch-up with its foundry rivals, particularly in the emerging arena of high-k materials and metal gates
2008-04-16 IBM alliance makes progress in 32nm high-k metal gates
IBM and its partners in the race to develop and ship high-k dielectrics and metal gates for the 32nm node have officially revealed their process and are claiming they can now outperform the rest of the industry in performance and power consumption
2005-04-29 TSMC sees low-power process as new technology driver
Changing its strategy in midstream, Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd (TSMC) this week made a major but overlooked announcement.
2009-06-19 TSMC claims first 28nm SRAM cell
TSMC claims it has developed the first functional 64Mbit SRAM cell, based on its 28nm technology.
2008-06-10 Samsung remains upbeat despite memory slump
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd gave a progress report on its flat-panel display and semiconductor businesses, saying the LCD segment is seeing strong growth but the IC sector is showing mixed results.
2007-11-01 NOR market heats up despite tumultuous times
Unfazed by overcapacity and pricing pressures in the tumultuous market for NOR flash memory, Spansion Inc. has begun limited production in the industry's first 300mm NOR fab.
2007-10-11 Japan chip industry up for painful restructuring
Amid a sluggish cycle in semiconductors, Japan's IC industry is moving towards a new round of restructuring if not a shakeout among the weaker players there.
2009-06-25 Intel: Fab tool market savior?
Intel Corp. continues to fund technologies and procure fab-equipment, but behind the scenes, the company is investing in some companies and brokering deals for others, reportedly including ASM International NV and NuFlare Technology Inc., sources said.
2007-08-01 High-k, metal gates clear way for new chips
From an industrywide perspective, high-k and metal-gate technologies allow a restart of chip scaling with reduced leakage, higher initial product costs, performance hits and tool changes in the process flow.
2008-01-10 Can TI regain baseband dominance?
Going into 2008, the big question is whether TI can regain lost momentum in baseband chips or whether it will continue to decline.
2010-02-16 Analysis: Why Micron bought Numonyx
Micron Technology Inc.'s take over of NOR flash leader Numonyx Holdings B.V. is part of an ongoing diversification strategy by the U.S. memory maker.
2009-04-01 Analysis: Numonyx braces for stormy 2009
A year after its official inception, Numonyx Inc. continues to move full speed ahead with its charter despite the current downturn and chaos in the supply chain.
2008-04-01 Achieving analog success through predictability
Linear Technology Corp. CEO Lothar Maier describes the analog chipmaker as "predictable" and even "boring." But Linear is far from dull. In this interview, Maier disclosed that the company considered a private -equity buyout, refocused its product efforts and moved to cut its capital spending.
2009-01-06 2009 IC fearless forecasts
2009 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already a looming uncertainty based on recent industry data.
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