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2006-08-10 Silicon wafer shipments up in Q2
Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments increased 4 percent sequentially during the second quarter, according to analysis from SEMI's Silicon Manufacturers Group.
2006-10-04 Silicon wafer shipments to grow 18% in '06
Silicon wafer shipments are expected to increase by 18 percent in 2006, reaching 7,811 million square inches, according to a recent survey conducted by SEMI.
2007-02-02 Silicon Image sues Analogix for copyright infringement
Silicon Image Inc. filed a federal lawsuit against Analogix Semiconductor Inc. for copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and unlawful, unfair and fraudulent business practices.
2007-03-01 Silicon Image receivers put HDMI 1.3 into midrange TVs
Silicon Image Inc. rolled out four chips at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, including two receivers that it said will push the HDMI 1.3 specification into midrange TVs.
2007-01-08 Silicon Image acquires German IP house for $13.5M
Silicon Image Inc. has acquired German design service and intellectual property (IP) provider sci-worx GmbH for approximately $13.5 million in cash.
2006-02-09 Sigrity acquires Synopsys' Encore technology
Sigrity disclosed that it has acquired single and multi-chip IC package design technology from Synopsys, including the technology within the Encore design and analysis tool. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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.
2006-05-15 SIA: cut copyright levies, fight piracy
Copyright levies, duties imposed on goods capable of reproducing copyrighted materials, add substantial cost to electronic products and, in effect, offset the economic benefits of Moore's Law.
2007-02-08 Samsung to pay $90M settlement for DRAM price fixing
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has agreed to pay $90 million to settle litigation brought by 41 U.S. states pertaining to the company's alleged participation in a global DRAM price-fixing conspiracy.
2006-03-24 Samsung execs face jail in connection with DRAM probe
Three Samsung Electronics executives have agreed to plead guilty and to serve jail time in the United States in conjunction with an alleged global conspiracy to fix DRAM prices.
2006-09-11 RTOS from eSol to optimize ARM11 MPCore
eSol has released an RTOS and set of integrated tools for use with ARM11 MPCore multicore processor designs for the automotive, mobile, enterprise and embedded markets.
2006-04-18 RFID supplier plans $120M IPO
Alien Technology has filed a registration statement with the SEC for a proposed initial public offering of approximately $120 million worth of common stock.
2006-01-20 RFID production to increase 25 fold by 2010
Total production of RFID tags in 2005 reached more than 1.3 billion and will vary widely by industry segment for several years, according to a recent report.
2006-01-30 RFID market to grow 10 fold by 2016, firm says
IDTechEx said last week it expects the size of the RFID market to grow from roughly $2.7 billion in 2006 to $12.3 billion in 2010. By 2016, it expects the market to be worth $26.2 billion.
2006-09-01 Restricted design rules challenge DFM
The recent Design Automation Conference made it clear that the EDA industry is counting on DFM for a much-needed boost. But the RDRs that are quietly emerging for 45nm and smaller geometries may reduce the need for some DFM tools and techniques, some observers say.
2006-06-06 Renesas, Powerchip broaden relationship on flash memory
Renesas and Powerchip have signed a manufacturing agreement and a technology and sales licensing agreement pertaining to Renesas' 4Gbit AG-AND flash memory devices.
2006-10-02 PSoC tool shoots for 'skill barrier'
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced Version 2.1 of PSoC Express, its development tool for PSoC mixed-signal arrays, which promises to simplify embedded design.
2006-09-21 Programmer rolls for Cell BE processor
Mercury Computer Systems recently released a software suite for programming the Cell Broadband Engine (BE) processor.
2006-04-10 Power.org member claims processor design breakthrough
Fabless semiconductor startup Rapport has created an energy-efficient processor design featuring 1,024 eight-bit processing elements and a PowerPC core on a single chip.
2006-07-07 Power reduction tool from Azuro extends to 65nm
Azuro has released version 3 of its PowerCentric low power clock implementation tool, which extends the company's power reduction capabilities to support advanced variability-aware design flows at 65nm and below.
2006-05-04 PortalPlayer vows to regain iPod biz
PortalPlayer posted a GAAP net income of $6.5 million on a dramatic 62 percent increase in year-to-year revenue during Q1.
2007-03-13 PMPs to experience 5.5% CAGR through 2011, forecasts iSuppli
The PMP/MP3 player market is expected to grow to 268.6 million units in 2011, rising at a compound annual growth rate of 5.5 percent from 216.9 million units in 2007.
2006-12-14 Platform combines GPS, multimedia capabilities
NXP Semiconductors introduced early this week a new personal media player platform combining GPS navigation functionality with multimedia capabilities.
2007-01-05 Pixelplus claims split patent decision against MagnaChip
Pixelplus said it obtained a favorable ruling from the Korea Intellectual Property Office, granting its request to "effectively cancel and invalidate" a disputed contact hole process patent claimed by rival MagnaChip.
2006-01-11 Photronics plans mask fabrication facility in Korea
Photomask supplier Photronics Inc. said it plans to build a state-of-the-art photomask fabrication facility at an undetermined site in Korea.
2006-08-29 PCB market grew for third consecutive year
The PCB production and laminate market grew for the third year in a row in 2005, reaching $42.6 billion and nearly returning the size it attained during its peak year in 2000, according to a new report from IPC, an interconnect and packaging industry trade association.
2006-09-11 PCB flow delivers improved productivity, integration
The new version of Mentor Graphics' Board Station PCB design flow for enterprise customers promises to deliver improved integration with the enterprise, as well as improved design productivity and "what if" signal integrity analysis.
2006-08-15 PCB design survey finds conflict between thermal, SI/EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity design requirements for PCB design are frequently conflict, according a survey of 91 designers conducted by Flomerics Inc.
2006-12-18 PC TV processors support Intervideo's WinCinema, media center PCs
NXP Semiconductors introduced a pair of PC TV processors that support multimedia solutions, including Intervideo's WinCinema, media center PCs, Microsoft Windows XP and the Windows Vista OS.
2006-09-18 OPC tool has mask 3-D imaging effects
Brion Technologies introduced Tachyon M3D that promises more accurate OPC implementation and verification by incorporating mask three-dimensional imaging effects.
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