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2005-05-18 ST announces plan to cut 3,000 jobs outside Asia by mid-2006
Europe's leading chip maker, STMicroelectronics is planning an additional 3,000 layoffs outside Asia by mid-2006 as part of its restructuring efforts.
2003-04-01 SR Telecom buys Netro despite MMDS stagnation
SR Telecom Inc. has acquired Netro Corp. for $121 million in a deal that gives SR Telecom access to Netro's Project Angel and AirStar fixed wireless access technology in the licensed 3.5GHz band.
2002-12-13 Sprint to trim payroll in '03
Sprint Corp. said that it will trim 2,100 employees from its payroll over the next year as it consolidates several organizational departments and moves toward integrated wireline and wireless service offerings.
2015-01-29 Spansion, Macronix end patent disputes
Spansion and Macronix announced that the companies had settled lawsuits between them and their customers worldwide, and agreed to grant patent rights to each other.
2007-04-20 Spansion to implement massive cost-cutting measures
In response to losses and poor market conditions in the NOR flash sector, Spansion Inc. said that it will undertake large-scale, cost-cutting measures.
2008-06-10 Spansion streamlines operations, refocuses on Asia
Due to ongoing losses and lackluster demand for NOR flash memory, Spansion Inc. announced it will cut approximately 500 positions worldwide.
2008-06-10 South Korea fines Intel $25M on anti-trust probe
The South Korea Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has fined Intel Corp. $25 million dollars for abusing its dominant market position, according to an Agence France Presse report.
2003-10-15 Sony names QuickLogic as "Green" Partner
Sony Corp. has granted QuickLogic Corp. a certificate indicating QuickLogic's compliance with the Sony Green Partner Environmental Quality Approval Program.
2004-08-16 Software strategies simplify power puzzle
Low power consumption cannot be achieved by using the most power-efficient processor alone--software strategy is essential.
2015-06-25 Software development: Automated vs manual testing
Should we manually test applications or automate this process? Companies can get into a real dilemma trying to answer this question, but is there really a rivalry between these two testing techniques?
2011-07-15 SMT key switches feature LED, tactile feedback
C&K Components has introduced a series of LED illuminated IP67-sealed SMT key switches that is designed for harsh environment applications.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio.
2002-10-14 SIPEX to move test operations overseas
Sipex Corp. has announced that it will restructure its manufacturing operations.
2010-11-01 Single-chip controller enables slimmer multi-touch phone form factors
New multi-touch controller eliminates ground shielding layer, unlimited simultaneous touches
2015-02-25 Silicon chips may become smarter than human brain
Can silicon chips outsmart the human brain? Researchers all over the world seek to produce silicon-based chips that can listen and respond to brain signals for health and medical purposes.
2009-03-16 Signs point to semiconductor rehab
It may be too early to declare a recovery in the IC market, but there are suddenly signs of life in the arena.
2006-04-06 SigmaTel files infringement suit against Telechips
SigmaTel filed a lawsuit against South Korean chip maker Telechips alleging that Telechips is infringing upon three SigmaTel patents.
2010-11-05 Sidense asks USPTO to check Kilopass patents
The company, a licensor of one-time-programmable fuse-based memory IP, has petitioned the United States Patent and Trademark Office to invalidate one-transistor memory patents granted to Kilopass.
2007-10-26 SIA welcomes international effort vs. counterfeiting
SIA has issued a statement lauding the announcement by U.S. Trade Rep. Susan C. Schwab that the United States, Canada, the European Commission, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Switzerland would initiate negotiations on an Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
2005-01-04 SIA reports global semiconductor sales surpass $19B in November
Worldwide sales of semiconductors grew to $19.02 billion in November, an increase of 1.3 percent from the $18.8 billion in October, and an increase of 18 percent from the $16.12 billion in October of 2003, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported.
2015-01-20 Shift in China's mobile market threatens U.S. chip companies
Among big changes in the works are China Mobile's shift in procurement policy from five-mode smartphones to three-mode models and plans among Chinese apps processor vendors to embrace connectivity.
2008-07-02 Serial ATA and the evolution in data storage technology
Before we can fully appreciate the benefits behind the SATA standard, it makes sense to look back on the history of data storage.
2006-01-23 Serial analyzer doubles as exerciser, EEPROM programmer
Corelis' new I2C bus analyzer packs a JTAG controller that supports data rates up to 5Mbps.
2014-03-10 Sen.se implements cookies in the physical world
A smart device from sense utilises multipurpose sensors that are integrated into "Motion Cookies," which track and send the activity of objects or people to a single Internet-connected hub called Mother.
2010-12-01 Semiconductor equipment industry flounders (part 2)
The semiconductor capital equipment industry has not yet recovered its investment in 300mm wafer processing technology, thus, it is not yet prepared to develop 450mm tools.
2007-03-26 Semicon foundries fret over the downturn
The first quarter of 2007 is expected to deliver a more-than-seasonal decline in revenue, with no real recovery in fab utilization rates. This discouraging turn of events has left foundries to wonder what went wrong, how long the bad times will last and whether this snafu will recur.
2010-01-11 SEMI: China could double IC production in 10 years
China is committed to narrow the gap between its IC production and consumption, leading to doubling the country's global equipment and materials market in ten years.
2011-05-20 Seeing through Intel's mixed signals
EE Time's Rick Merritt scrutinizes Intel's claims and figureless charts, and believes the company can do better with all its brilliant engineers and managers.
2002-12-16 Security inadequate in RTOSs
Commercial entities must make their systems just as secure against internal attacks as military and government entities do, and the primary defense is the mechanisms residing in RTOSs.
2006-04-12 Sealed toggles target harsh environments
NKK Switches rolls out the environmentally-sealed WT series of toggle switches for the industrial market.
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