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2007-02-08 TD-SCDMA supporters push for low-end handsets
Even though 3G licenses haven't been issued in China, an alliance backing the local standard is trying to figure out a way to make TD-SCDMA phones as cheap as $100.
2006-12-21 Taiwan approves 200mm fab investments in China
Taiwan approved applications by Powerchip Semiconductor and ProMOS Technologies, to invest in 200mm wafer fabs in China.
2007-01-12 Struggling Chinese LCD firms to merge
Three Chinese TFT-LCD makers are planning to merge in June to create a business with annual revenues topping $1 billion.
2006-12-27 Shanghai firm preps chip for China DTV spec
Shanghai High Definition Digital Technology said it wrapped up development on its 3G video processing platform.
2006-09-06 ProMOS to invest $5B for two more 300mm fabs
Memory maker ProMOS Technology Inc. disclosed that it is planning to invest $5 billion for two more 300mm wafer DRAM fabs that will be located in central Taiwan. Construction is set to begin in the Q3 of next year.
2007-01-30 PCs with China CPUs set for release
Two hundred laptops powered by the China-designed Loongson CPU will be released in February, and a handful of other small-scale projects are also underway.
2006-12-19 Ningbo Bird to invest $38M in TD-SCDMA
Ningbo Bird Co., one of China's largest domestic mobile phone makers, intends to invest $38 million to develop handsets for the domestic 3G technology known as TD-SCDMA.
2006-10-20 Microsoft beefs up R&D team in China
Microsoft is planning to boost its R&D division in China by hiring 500 engineers.
2006-09-15 Lenovo Mobile ramps China production
Lenovo Mobile is beefing up its arsenal with a huge R&D and manufacturing site in the southern Chinese city of Xiamen.
2007-02-14 Huawei sales spike, eyes MBMS-based mobile TV
Strong overseas sales helped Chinese telecom equipment provider Huawei Technologies rake in $11 billion in 2006, up 34 percent from the year before.
2006-09-29 Despite ITU nod, China IPTV codec's future unclear
A domestically developed audio/video codec known as AVS is being considered as part of a global IPTV standard being drafted by the ITU. Still, some of China's largest companies appear to be turning their back on it.
2006-09-04 Chinese journalists sued over iPod report
Two journalists from China have had their assets frozen and are being sued for $3.7 million after writing a report critical of work conditions in a factory that makes Apple's iPod.
2006-09-25 Chinese DTV makers form alliance to reduce patent payments
A major DTV alliance is being formed in the country with the goal of developing intellectual property that will help reduce patent payments to United States, Japanese and European companies.
2007-02-06 China R&D spending up 22% in '06
Recent figures show that China's spending on research and development jumped 22 percent in 2006, fueled by foreign companies' investment in local R&D.
2006-09-07 China preps low-cost PC for local market
A Chinese company hopes to manufacture a low-cost PC that it will sell to schools and local governments starting in October.
2006-09-28 China preps homegrown 3G tech
Chinese operators are reportedly ready to offer a small-scale commercial trial of 20,000 users for the nation's TD-SCDMA-based 3G network, which has been in the testing phase for about three years.
2006-11-09 China Netcom chooses AVS for IPTV
China Netcom plans to fully implement a domestically developed codecAudio Video Coding Standardin its fledgling IPTV network.
2007-02-14 China IT exports up 35% in '06
Chinese exports of IT products enjoyed strong growth last year, rising 35.7 percent to $363.9 billion, according to official statistics.
2006-10-18 China EVD supporters form alliance
More than 40 Chinese companies have banded together to form an optical disk alliance to boost the nation's EVD format as it comes under pressure from the HD DVD format recently introduced by the DVD Forum for the Chinese market.
2006-11-13 China EVD backers to reignite interest
Thirteen major DVD player manufacturers in China, including Haier, Skyworth and TCL, say they will increase their focus on the nation's domestic optical disc format.
2006-08-11 Cadence teams up with China IP designer for consulting services
Shanghai Silicon Intellectual Property Exchange and Cadence are joining forces to offer IP design-in consultation services for small- and mid-sized chip companies in the Yangtze Delta area.
2006-12-20 BenQ shuts down Beijing handset R&D center
Taiwan's BenQ Corp. will close its cellphone R&D center in Beijing as part of a reorganization of its cellphone business. About 400 engineers will be laid off.
2006-09-21 Actions Semi optimistic for U.S. market despite patent loss
Actions Semiconductor claims that the loss of a patent infringement case to SigmaTel Inc. won't significantly hinder its growing business in the U.S. MP3 chip market.
2007-03-30 Xilinx to offer training program for China's IC designers
Xilinx Inc. is spinning up an experimental training program in China that aims to train 1,000 IC and system designers in the coming year to help seed local innovation and to win loyalty for its products.
2007-05-17 WiMAX rival to see action in Beijing Olympics
China Netcom said it will deploy McWiLL, a rival WiMAX technology for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
2007-04-17 VIA bags key CPU deal with HP China PC project
HP is partnering with Taiwan's Via Technologies to deliver a low-power desktop PC for China's enterprise users.
2006-07-20 U.S. seeks to change rules on China exports
The U.S. Department of Commerce is seeking to change the rules regarding high-tech exports to China, some of which are intended to make it easier to sell semiconductor equipment into its growing IC market.
2007-03-22 Taiwan's Inotera to built more 12inch fabs, to spend $6B
DRAM maker Inotera Memories Inc. disclosed its plan to spend up to $6 billion to build two more 12inch fabs in northern Taiwan.
2007-04-11 SMIC to boost capacity at Chengdu 200mm plant
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. disclosed its plans to expand the capacity of a 200mm wafer fab in Chengdu from 20,000 wafers per month to 70,000.
2006-12-18 No-frills phones gain ground in China
The vision of a billion people equipped with cellphones is creeping toward reality in China, as the market for ultralow-cost handsets begins to build unexpected momentum.
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