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2007-03-01 Memory maker enters sensor business
ProMOS Technologies Inc.'s move into CMOS image sensors will let the memory maker use its older production capacity and capitalize on growing demand from the mobile phone business.
2004-12-14 Matsushita subsidiary unveils 3MP camera module
A subsidiary of Matsushita Electric has developed a 3Mpixel camera module designed for mobile phones.
2008-06-04 MagnaChip vows a comeback
MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd is putting the finishing touches on its turnaround strategy intended to boost its bottom line and regain lost share.
2005-10-14 MagnaChip ups capex, tips 130nm process
Amid a plan to boost its capital spending, South Korea's MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd is developing a new 130nm process technology for a range of applications.
2009-06-16 MagnaChip files for insolvency
South Korea's MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltdthe logic spin-off of Hynix Semiconductor Inc.on June 12 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States.
2013-03-22 LED venture propels Samsung atop optoelectronics ranking
After gaining full ownership of Samsung LED, the firm's optoelectronics sales increased by 223 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2012 compared to $780 million in 2011, noted IC Insights.
2011-08-04 Korean fab teams up with Chinese startup
Dongbu HiTek has announced that it has begun producing BYD Microelectronics' high dynamic range (HDR) CMOS image sensor (CIS) chips
2009-10-19 ITRI, Applied Materials push 3D IC dev't
Applied and ITRI will work together as members of the Stacked-System and Application Consortium
2011-06-17 Integration, regulation rev up automotive MEMS
This special report outlines emerging trends in automotive MEMS, such as microbolometers and CMOS image sensors, and the integration of multiple sensors, supporting processors and communication functions.
2015-12-14 Global chip market to fall by 0.6% next year
TrendForce forecasted that the dropping memory average selling prices will drag down the total chip market next year and cause it to fall by 0.6 per cent to $329 billion.
2007-09-06 Faraday counts PixArt among USB IP customers
Taiwan's Faraday Technology announced that it has added PixArt, a U.S. fabless IC firm specializing in CMOS image sensors, to its list of USB IP customers.
2007-07-02 Euro fabs take niche path to avoid TSMC
Even as TSMC prepares to roll out a series of 45nm manufacturing process variants, the world's leading foundry is pursuing a two-pronged strategy that is putting increasing pressure on its European competitors.
2003-06-11 ESS expands digital electronics line with Pictos
ESS Technology Inc. has acquired Pictos Technologies Inc. for $27 million in cash.
2005-09-15 Cypress opens chip design center in Shanghai
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has inaugurated its regional chip design center in Shanghai, China.
2004-06-25 Cypress acquisition sees growth opportunities in imaging
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. is looking for a stronger position in the image-processing market with the acquisition of Belgium-based FillFactory NV
2014-04-17 Configurable sensor boosts speed, optical performance
On Semiconductor's CMOS image sensors support global shutter imaging with correlated double sampling in a compact pixel size, allowing capture of fast moving scenes with up to 1.3Mpx resolutions.
2014-08-21 China firm offers to buy Omnivision
Omnivision has supplied Apple with back-side illuminated CMOS image sensors for its iPhone and has a design centre and testing facility in Shanghai, China.
2003-02-05 Celetron to distribute Micron products in India
Micron Semiconductor Products Inc. has signed Celetron Int. Ltd to distribute Micron's entire line of memory semiconductors and imaging products its products throughout India.
2007-08-22 Car sensor operates in day and night vision modes
OmniVision's new car CMOS image sensors can operate in dual mode, allowing them to function equally well in both day and night vision applications.
2004-11-18 Camera phone modules get clearer
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. Ltd, the components arm of the South Korean electronics giant, is gearing up for the next wave in camera phone technology by increasing production of a 3-Mpixel CMOS image sensor that will form the heart of a hinge-mounted module in new-generation camera phones
2014-11-05 BSI sensor chip minimises reflection losses
The chip features new anti-reflective coating that targets the UV range, claiming to show excellent performance at near UV wavelengths, with quantum efficiency values above 50 per cent.
2008-01-02 Banking on the windmill strategy
SiliconFile Technologies' Baek-Kyu Shin, president and CEO, talks about 'Windmill Strategy' and the outlook for CMOS image sensor market in 2008
2009-10-14 Analysis: Will Tessera's optics venture pay off?
Realizing the need for new engine for growth Tessera ventured into the imaging and optics market in hopes to replicate its success in DRAM IP.
2010-03-26 Altera, Apical deliver HD solution for surveillance cams
Altera Corp. and Apical Ltd have developed what they claim to be the first high-definition wide dynamic range (WDR) CMOS image-sensor-processing solution for video-surveillance cameras
2012-06-07 A*STAR, UMC team up on TSV tech
The resulting technology will substantially enhance performance, lower costs and shrink the size of multimegapixel image sensors found in mobile applications, the companies said
2010-06-18 3D TSV chips not ready for prime time
Some experts at the International Interconnect Technology Conference (IITC) concluded that 3D chips based on through-silicon-vias (TVS) are not ready for prime time.
2014-12-12 3D IC adoption crucial to the entire TSV roadmap
Yole Developpement forecasted that the adoption of 3D IC technology, due to its many advantages, as well as its ability to enable heterogeneous integration, is being considered for many applications.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2002-02-07 null
The unit volume for CMOS sensors is projected by iSuppli Corp.'s Market Intelligence Service group to grow from 18 million devices worth in 2001, to 72 million units by 2005
2008-02-26 Yole sees increasing WLP adoption in ICs
Yole Dveloppement released an analysis on the adoption of WLP in semiconductors based on the idea that WLP technology can be implemented in the most cost sensitive applications.
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