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2006-08-17 NOR, DRAM up in Q2, reports iSuppli
NAND flash memory posted a tough second quarter, while the NOR flash and DRAM segments showed strength, said iSuppli. The market research firm said it is considering trimming its NAND sales growth forecast for the year.
2007-01-01 Nintendo woos casual gamers with intuitive Wii
A teardown of Wii shows a comparatively simple design with far fewer major components than its competittion's.
2006-12-19 Nintendo Wii woos casual gamers
Nintendo has built the Wii to be a more intuitive videogame console designed to attract new and casual gamers.
2006-06-27 Next-gen DVD format war ends in stalemate, says iSuppli analyst
Chris Crotty, senior analyst of the consumer electronics segment at market research firm iSuppli, said that the DVD format war will result in stalemate, at least in the short term.
2006-02-01 Next Centrino more power-stingy
Intel touts improvements in battery life and speed in its next-gen Centrino notebook platform, codenamed Napa.
2006-12-08 New HDMI transmitter supports Super Audio CD
Silicon Image Inc. unveiled its latest High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) transmitter chip for use in STBs, DVD recorders and DVD players.
2006-01-20 NEC Compound Semi, Ansoft offer device library
Ansoft announced the release of a new device library based on NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices Ltd's high-performance transistor technologies.
2006-03-14 National boosts profit on record gross margin
National Semiconductor Corp. reported a fiscal Q3 net income of $130.1 million, up 13 percent sequentially and 68 percent year-to-year.
2006-03-30 NAND, NOR flash headed in opposite directions
Sales of NAND flash memory grew 64 percent to reach $10.6B in 2005, while the market for NOR flash declined 13 percent to finish the year at $8B, according to IC Insights.
2007-03-16 NAND prices plunge to the pits
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by a whopping 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity.
2007-02-07 NAND prices continue to drop due to oversupply
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity.
2007-01-24 Mosaid touts first 65nm memory controller IP
Mosaid Technologies announced what it called the industry's first complete DDR SDRAM controller and interface IP, as well as fractional PLL IP, in 65nm process technology.
2006-10-27 Mosaid granted motion to dismiss Micron complaint
Mosaid Technologies announced that a U.S. federal judge in California has granted the company a motion to dismiss a complaint for declaratory judgment by memory chip vendor Micron Technology Inc.
2006-10-25 Mobile phone shipments to surpass 1B in '06, says IDC
Worldwide mobile phone shipments reached 254.9 million units in Q3, up 8 percent sequentially and 21 percent year-to-year, said market research firm International Data Corp.
2007-03-02 Mentor, MathStar to develop FPOA design tools
Programmable logic vendor MathStar Inc. has teamed with EDA vendor Mentor Graphics Corp. to develop design tools for the MathStar's field programmable object array (FPOA) devices.
2006-01-30 Mentor posts record 4Q results
Mentor Graphics Corp. reported a net income of $15.42 million on company-record Q4 revenue of $221.3 million, exceeding prior revenue guidance of $220 million for the quarter.
2005-12-01 Mentor PCB flow aimed at big firms
The company has rolled out a PCB flow that leverages design resources and manages IP on a global basis.
2006-08-15 Mentor paid $5.3M for Taiwan EDA tool provider
EverCad, the Taiwanese circuit simulation/analysis tool provider that Mentor Graphics quietly acquired in January, carried a price tag of $5.3 million, according to a recent Mentor regulatory filing.
2006-10-24 Media processor enables multiformat transcoding of digital video
LSI Logic's next-gen multicore transcoding media processor architecture, Domino[X], provides multiformat encoding, decoding and transcoding of digital video.
2006-11-16 LSI intros multimedia processor for low-cost CE apps
LSI Logic Corp. has introduced its first chip under the Zevio ASIC platforma multimedia application processor designed to power sub-$100 consumer devices.
2006-05-30 Linear Tech slapped with shareholders suits over options grants
Linear Technology said two stockholder derivative lawsuits have been filed against various executive officers alleging improper backdating of stock options.
2006-01-30 Lattice posts $23 million loss
Programmable logic supplier Lattice Semiconductor reported a fourth quarter 2005 net loss of $23 million on revenue of $54 million.
2006-09-05 July chip sales reached $20.1B
Worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $20.1 billion in July, up more than 11.5 percent year-to-year, the Semiconductor Industry Association said Sept. 1.
2006-08-24 Japan's IC equip book-to-bill slipped in July
The Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan reported that the ratio of bookings to billings by Japanese semiconductor equipment manufacturers slipped significantly last month but still maintained a robust book-to-bill ratio of 1.30.
2006-11-23 Japan's IC equip book-to-bill dropped in October
Japanese semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted a book-to-bill ratio of 1.11 in October on orders worth more that about $1.4 billion, according to the SEAJ.
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.
2007-02-13 ITC to investigate Hynix on NAND importation
The U.S. International Trade Commission said it would comply with a request by Toshiba to investigate the sale and importation of certain NAND flash memory devices made by Hynix Semiconductor.
2006-06-22 ITC delays Actions Semi-SigmaTel patent case decision
2006-06-27 iSuppli: Toshiba taking losses on each HD DVD player sold
A teardown analysis made by iSuppli indicated that Toshiba is taking a substantial loss on sales of its new HD DVD player.
2006-11-14 iSuppli warns LCD-TVs commoditization threat
LCD-TV manufacturers face a growing threat in creeping commoditization that is making consumers think of TVs as interchangeable and offering no differentiating value, according to iSuppli.
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