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2006-08-10 Japan's DNP enters photomask devt program with Brion
Dainippon Printing Co. has entered into joint development program with Brion Technologies aimed at improving the productivity and quality of leading-edge photomask production.
2005-06-29 Freescale joins Europe's 45nm gate stack project
Freescale Semiconductor has joined Europe's ambitious NanoCMOS project, which is researching the 45nm CMOS logic manufacturing process node.
2009-01-30 EC okays $600M aid for Crolles3 R&D project
The European Commission has decided not to raise any objections under state aid rules to the financial support of $600 million by France to the Nano2012 R&D program, also called Crolles3.
2007-05-01 'Asset-lite' strategy keeps Moore's Law alive
Ajit Manocha, executive VP and chief manufacturing officer of NXP, believes that the widening gap between design productivity and Moore's Law will trigger a paradigm shift in IC manufacturing that will entail a breakthrough in the way companies work together.
2009-03-03 Striving for wireless glory
St-Ericsson is vying for second in the wireless chip business. It's looking to increase its odds by making the most of a rich portfolio inherited from its three parents.
2007-04-11 NXP discloses 90nm manufacturing shift to TSMC
NXP Semiconductors intends to outsource all its chip production beyond 90nm to foundry partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd, disclosed NXP CEO Frans van Houten.
2008-07-17 Is chip R&D facing a dead end?
The IC industry still pours billions of dollars annually into R&D. But in recent years, as costs have skyrocketed, chipmakers have been outsourcing more of their R&D requirements to consortia, silicon foundries and third-party vendors.
2003-12-17 Europe's Medea+ faces cash crunch
Medea+, an industry-initiated pan-European program for microelectronics R&D, faces the cancellation or drastic curtailment of newly selected projects as deficit-squeezed European national governments threaten to choke off funding.
2008-09-01 Chip R&D treads shaky ground
Amid continued debate on whether semiconductor R&D is an endangered species or is successfully evolving to adapt to changing realities, Intermolecular Inc. and Semiconductor Research Corp. braved the debacle, with each announcing their own R&D initiatives. Intermolecular reported on a memory R&D pilot line, while SRC described emerging programs in analog, energy, medical and multicore.
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