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2016-04-29 UMC to get back on its feet by 2016
The company expects its wafer output to rise by about 5% during the quarter while its utilisation rate will rise to the "high 80% range" from 83% last year.
2014-10-30 UMC grabs large piece of 28nm business
United Microelectronics Corp. said that it has grabbed a larger piece of the 28nm business that is dominated by TSMC. UMC reiterated its capital expenditure for this year is at about $1.3 billion.
2006-04-11 Top IC equipment vendors saw '05 sales fall, says Gartner
Global semiconductor manufacturing equipment sales totaled $34.5 billion in 2005, 10.7 percent down from 2004 revenue of $38.6 billion, according to Gartner Inc.
2013-07-24 TD-LTE, LTE-A to rule macro basestation installations
By 2018, there will be 1.467 billion LTE subscriptions globally from which 34 per cent will be LTE-A, while 42 per cent and 24 per cent will be the older Release 8/9 LTE-FDD and LTE-TDD, respectively.
2015-07-09 Taiwan power shortage could cripple chip foundries
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) pressed the Taiwan government to solve a long-term power supply in the country, which could land a serious blow to TSMC as soon as 2020.
2004-03-10 Taiwan outpaces other DRAM makers in 2003
Taiwan's row of 12-inch DRAM fabs is powering the island to a 105.3 percent year-on-year output growth - the strongest among the world's key DRAM producers.
2006-08-03 Summit on multicore SoCs scheduled on ESC-Taiwan
The Multicore SoC Summit at ESC-Taiwan will discuss the challenges in designing multicore SoCs and will highlight technological trends that are expected to make the engineer's work easier.
2014-08-11 ST: Cars find place in grand scheme of IoT
Today's car is already packed with electronics and, in fact, has among the highest densities of electronic components of all consumer machines.
2014-07-29 ST opens MEMS lab in Taiwan
With the increasing demand for advanced microphone applications in the Greater China region, it is imperative for ST to strengthen its local technology and application support.
2008-10-27 Sony Shock Déjà vu?
Sony Shock déjà vu? Sony's profit warning less than 24 hours earlier triggered a dramatic sell-off in Japanese stocks on Oct. 24.
2009-05-25 Solar panels to dim and shine
A new report from IC Insights states that thin-film solar panels are expected to increase their share of the total volume of photovoltaic devices sold over the next five years, up from 14 percent last year to 27 percent in 2013.
2013-08-22 Solar capital spending to reach $3B next year
According to IHS, the growing demand in developing regions is helping to ignite the first increase in industrywide capital spending in three years in 2014, expected to rise by 30 per cent.
2013-05-22 Smartphone shipments to top feature phones this year
According to NPD DisplaySearch, global smartphone shipments are expected to reach 937 million units in 2013, compared to just 889 million units for basic phones and feature phones.
2012-08-30 Smartphone dominance earlier than expected, says report
Smartphones were not expected to take the lead until 2015. However, with its falling prices and a wider variety of models, sales of both low-end and high end smartphones have increased.
2013-10-11 Smart video devices to outgrow global population by 2017
According to IHS, there are about 4.3 billion connected smart video devices, but that will grow by 90% in just four years, when an average of 1.1 smart video devices will be connected per capita.
2012-03-05 Smart devices ride digital media momentum
In-Stat revealed that unit shipments of smart and connected consumer electronics are set to exceed 92 million by 2016.
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training.
2002-01-04 SIA reports growth in semiconductor sales for November 2001
The latest Global Sales Report (GSR) from the Semiconductor Industry Association reveals that semiconductor sales worldwide in November 2001 increased to $10.60 billion.
2002-09-16 Services dip brings down quarterly revenue
Simulation enhancements should be implemented to accomodate chip companies that are planning on incorporating analog and mixed-signal design in their products.
2007-04-12 Service kicks off at Fujitsu's new 300mm fab
Fujitsu Ltd. has begun operating its second 300mm wafer fab for 65nm chip fabrication. Volume shipments will begin in July.
2008-04-24 Seoul Semi, Everlight settle patent suit with Columbia U prof
Seoul Semiconductor and Everlight Electronics have signed settlement agreements in a patent case brought before the U.S. ITC by Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, a professor emerita at Columbia University.
2014-02-07 Semiconductor sales hit record high in 2013 at $305.6B
The semiconductor industry posted record sales in 2013, climbing 4.8 percent to reach $305.6 billion with December 2013 sales the strongest on record at $26.6 billion, according to SIA.
2013-09-12 Semiconductor capex spending in ASEAN rises
IC Insights released its latest report that covers semiconductor industry capital spending trends and traced the sales of the top 10 semiconductor companies dating back to 1985.
2015-04-22 Samsung rocks TSMC's spot in foundry service
TSMC is likely to lose pricing power this year in its most profitable technology nodes ranging from 28nm to 16nm as key customers shift to Samsung and other TSMC competitors as second sources.
2016-02-29 Robotics space gains from robust manufacturing spending
IDC predicted that global spending on robotics and related services will grow at a CAGR of 17 per cent from more than $71 billion in 2015 to $135.4 billion in 2019.
2004-09-27 RF Micro warns on sales, profits
RF Micro Devices is blaming lower than expected demand from some Asian handset makers for significantly reduced sales and a projected loss for the current quarter.
2003-08-11 Recovery but slow growth in IT: report
In a case of good news/bad news, International Data Corp. projects a mild recovery in IT spending beginning in 2H of 2003.
2014-11-11 Public-private sector team-up key to smart city success
By 2025, Frost & Sullivan forecasted that there will be more than 26 smart cities featuring at least five of the eight elements, which include smart building, smart infrastructure and smart energy.
2013-08-14 Power supplies in medical space to grow by $100 million
A recent report from IMS research observed that the the power supplies business used in medical applications remained resilient, growing by 4.0 per cent.
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