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2005-12-02 'Big three' EDA stocks bounce back
Stocks for the three leading EDA companies, traded on the Nasdaq market, posted gains Wednesday while Magma Design Automation declined.
2011-09-02 $6.5M funding to boost PV R&D
MTPV claims that its IC can generate electricity using 45 percent less heat than traditional systems.
2005-12-22 $565K worth of Maxim chips hijacked in Philippines
For the second time this year, a truck carrying chips made by Maxim Integrated Products has been hijacked in Asia.
2012-08-02 $125 MIPS-based Jelly Bean tablet rolls in India
Karbonn Mobile India's tablet features Android 4.1 that claims to be the lowest cost tablet on the market featuring the latest OS.
2012-02-24 Synopsys closes Magma deal, Magma CEO out
Many believe that years of battles in court and the marketplace have bred personal animosity between Magma's Rajeev Madhavan and Synopsys chairman and CEO Aart de Geus.
2005-11-24 STATS ChipPAC offers copper process for passives
Singaporean test and packaging service provider STATS ChipPAC Ltd has qualified a copper process for integrated passive devices (IPD) that the company claims delivers superior performance and miniaturization in radio frequency (RF) wireless systems.
2016-01-27 Sony to buy Altair to drive LTE for Internet of Things
Sony said the acquisition of Altair would expand the latter's existing business. Sony said it also plans to move forward with research and development of new sensing technologies.
2011-11-30 Seagate sees HDD shortage to last several quarters
Seagate said it believes the industry's ability to manufacture and ship HDDs will gradually improve throughout 2012.
2012-06-29 Report: Micron, Elpida reach acquisition deal
According to a report by Japan's Nikkei newspaper, U.S.-based Micron will acquire the bankrupt Japanese memory firm for about $.2.5 billion (roughly ?200 billion).
2010-10-14 Renesas pushes beyond MCUs
The world's third largest semiconductor company is planning to use its position as the leader in microcontrollers to sell more power management ICs.
2012-08-10 Nvidia bets on Nexus 7 as best fit for Android enthusiasts
Google's partner Nvidia claims that the Nexus 7 tablet, powered by Tegra 3, is the most user-friendly Android device to date.
2012-09-13 Micron-Elpida merger passes U.S. antitrust review
Micron's proposed takeover of struggling DRAM firm Elpida has been granted a go ahead by U.S. regulators.
2011-12-19 Lam buys rival Novellus
Lam Research has agreed to pay $3.3 billion for its rival, semiconductor capital equipment maker Novellus.
2012-03-12 Intel unfazed by AMD's SeaMicro acquisition
Speaking at a press event an Intel executive said the company was approached prior to the AMD deal by executives from SeaMicro, which thus far has brought to market only products with Intel's Atom and Xeon chips.
2012-04-27 IHS boosts 2012 chip market forecast
Total chip sales is expected to reach an estimated $324.6 billion in 2012, up by 4.3 percent from last year.
2005-12-14 IEEE approves SystemC standard
IEEE said it has approved the SystemC electronic design language standard. IEEE standardization may help bring SystemC into more widespread use and pave the way for further support from commercial EDA tools.
2011-08-22 HP dumps WebOS, buys enterprise software firm
In a move that surprised analysts, HP decided it would drop its WebOS devices and announced its acquisition of enterprise software company Autonomy.
2012-08-17 Fujitsu identifies U.S. market opportunities
This interview with the CEO of the Japanese firm's U.S. arm details the significance of tapping resources in the region to better serve its Asian partners.
2005-11-15 Freescale, Cadence make 'single vendor flow' tool deal
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has closed a multi-year deal with Cadence Design Systems Inc. that is reportedly worth as much as $120 million but could sharply cut EDA costs for Freescale.
2005-10-25 Freescale exec says centralizing design activity paying dividends
Changes in Freescale Semiconductor Inc.'s approach to chip design, including standardizing on methodologies and appointing a renowned design manager, are contributing to improvements in the company's bottom line, according to Sumit Sadana, senior vice president of strategy and business development.
2008-11-17 Fab tech roll call: survival of the fittest
Manufacturers are rolling out 45nm ICs, with 32nm designs in the works; 22nm and even smaller devices are in R&D. But delivery of chips at 32nm and beyond won't be a cool breeze.
2012-02-17 Dissecting the Micron-Elpida merger
The combined company would have a 28 percent share of worldwide DRAM manufacturing capacity, placing it just behind Samsung.
2012-06-08 CSR takes bankrupt chip vendor's audio processor line
The company said the acquisition would allow it to build on its existing audio platform, enabling customers to more easily develop high performance home audio consumer electronics products.
2005-10-14 Consumer DRAM proliferation will continue, panel finds
System designers should make every effort to use traditional PC DRAM products, but memory suppliers will continue to support an increasing number of memory products not found on the traditional PC memory roadmapsuch as Rambus Inc.'s XDR DRAMaccording to a panel of executives at Denali Software Inc.'s Memcon event Wednesday (Oct. 12
2005-10-14 Consumer DRAM proliferation will continue, panel finds
System designers should make every effort to use traditional PC DRAM products, but memory suppliers will continue to support an increasing number of memory products not found on the traditional PC memory roadmap
2012-10-29 Broadcom posts $2bn qtr despite poor economic conditions
Broadcom becomes just the second fabless company to achieve $2 billion in sales in a single quarter, after rival Qualcomm Inc.
2010-08-20 Blackberry Torch revealed to light of day
ISuppli opens up Research in Motion Inc.'s new Blackberry Torch and finds parts worth $171.05 from CSR, Synaptics, Samsung Electronics and Sandisk Corp., and others.
2012-05-14 Applied Materials restructures, moves solar mfg to Asia
Applied said its board of directors approved the plan to restructure its Energy and Environmental Solutions unit in light of challenging industry conditions affecting the solar PV and LED equipment markets.
2012-02-08 Appleton's death delays DRAM merger?
The DRAM industry is currently under significant pressure, with declining average selling prices weighing heavily on participating companies' balance sheets.
2006-09-14 Actis releases new version of C++ code analyzer
SystemC analysis EDA startup Actis Design LLC recently unveiled the latest version of its AccurateC static C++ code analyzer for SystemC.
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