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2003-08-15 Renesas MCU features 24MHz operating frequency
Renesas Technology has released the H8S/2615F 16-bit microcontroller that features a 24MHz operating frequency and on-chip flash memory.
2009-12-08 PWM controllers up efficiency at light load
Fairchild's PWM controllers include frequency hopping, which reduces EMI emissions, and internal soft start to lessen voltage stress on the MOSFET at start up.
2013-09-20 PWM controller reduces cost for smartphone power supplies
Dialog Semiconductor's iW1679 digital AC/DC PWM controller allows low-cost, 10W power bipolar junction transistor switches to reduce BOM cost in 5V/2A smartphone adapters and chargers.
2016-01-15 PTC acquires communications connectivity company
The acquisition of Kepware will elevate PTC's portfolio of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and accelerate the company's entry into the factory setting and Industrial IoT (IIoT) space.
2007-11-07 Power outage at fab partner may cost CMD $1M in Q4
California Micro Devices disclosed that the recent power outage at one of its foundry partners, Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., may have an adverse impact on its results for Q4.
2010-10-22 Power MOSFETs offer high performance in compact package
International Rectifier unveils new family of automotive DirectFET2 power MOSFETs
2010-08-17 PoE midspan line gets 60W model
Phihong boasts lowest-cost 60W midspans
2005-04-22 Outlook for IC-equipment remains weak, analysts say
The chip-equipment industry is expected to remain in the doldrums despite a slight jump in the book-to-bill ratio and a positive capital-spending outlook from Intel Corp., according to analysts.
2010-04-27 Novellus' Hill: IC market set for four-year growth cycle
Novellus is back on track after being hit hard by the downturn last year. The IC industry is set for a new and healthy three-to-four year growth cycle, according to Novellus CEO Rick Hill.
2005-04-20 No signs of 2H recovery for ICs, equipment, says analyst
Contrary to popular belief, there are no signs of a recovery for the semiconductor and chip-equipment industries in the second half of 2005, according to an analyst with Adams Harkness Inc.
2005-11-14 No growth spike seen for fab tools
Semiconductor equipment vendors continue to see signs of a gradual upturn in the marketplace, but don't look for a huge growth spike in the near term&mdash--if at all.
2008-04-15 NAND spot prices up, oversupply persists
We have good news and bad news for NAND flash suppliers. Good news: Prices have increased in recent days. Bad news: Don't look for a NAND upturn.
2012-08-10 Molex to invest more in niche products, strategic allies
Molex will increase funding for R&D, streamline operations and acquire assets to pump up revenue.
2011-11-14 Mobile device market ups Nvidia sales
Refocusing on smartphone and tablet, its Tegra chips have pushed company shares to jump more than five percent.
2005-07-21 Mixed signals seen in IC-equipment market
There are still plenty of mixed signals - and little visibility - in the chip-equipment market despite a sudden jump in Japan's fab-tool book-to-bill ratio.
2010-11-03 MIPS on the rise
Processor core vendor MIPS Technologies is growing strong, and Sandeep Vij, CEO, MIPS, says greatness can be achieved if a company has "a soul."
2011-07-27 Mindspeed buys IPG assets
Mindspeed has announced its acquisition of IPG, enhancing its position in the mobile infrastructure sector.
2009-04-09 Micron veers away from Taiwan DRAM venture
Micron Technology Inc. has cut its capital spending amid ongoing losses and a lowered forecast, and disclosed it has no plans to join the new DRAM venture in Taiwanfor now.
2011-05-03 Microcontrollers enable ASIL D approved safety applications
Infineon has introduced the Signature Watchdog CIC61508, a safety watchdog that can be integrated into safety relevant applications of automotive products.
2011-05-10 Microchip acquires Thai IC-assembly firm
Microchip has decided to buy Millennium Microtech Thailand, a provider of assembly and test services for semiconductor manufacturers, instead of building its own IC-assembly plant.
2015-04-08 Maximising efficiency at lower loads
Here's a look at a power platform that builds on the LLC resonant topology. It aims to help designers overcome the challenge of maximising light-load efficiency without increasing the bill of materials.
2007-01-19 Linear Tech posts flat Q2 results
Linear Technology announced that revenue for its quarterly period ended Dec. 31, was $267.9 million, an increase of 1 percent over revenue of $265.1 million for Q2 of the previous fiscal year.
2010-04-12 LED fabs take the spotlight
Fewer semiconductor fabs are getting built these days and even the solar market has cooled a bit. So what's the next big thing for fabs? Try LEDs.
2015-01-28 Lattice Semiconductor to buy Silicon Image for $600M
Lattice Semiconductor will acquire Silicon Image for approximately $600 million. The boards of directors of both companies have unanimously approved the transaction.
2014-05-09 JPMorgan: Mobile is unprofitable for Intel
The chip giant's mobile and communications group suffered a $3.1 billion operating loss in 2013. JPMorgan Chase analysts believe that exiting the mobile segment will be Intel's ticket back to profitability.
2004-12-03 IR power MOSFETs increases safety margin
International Rectifier introduced a pair of new 55V-rated Q101-qualified automotive HEXFET power MOSFETs rated for continuous duty in the D2Pak outline.
2004-09-09 IR power MOSFET with 1.6 milliohm on-resistance at 25C
International Rectifier released a Q101-qualified HEXFET power MOSFET that is rated at 160A in a D2Pak outline.
2004-03-16 IR MOSFETs meet 4.5V gate drive requirements
International Rectifier has introduced five logic-level trench HEXFET power MOSFETs that can meet gate drive requirements as low as 4.5V.
2006-04-19 Intel's Q1 outlook appears gloomy
Intel Corp. is seeing slower-than-expected growth in the PC sector.
2007-01-18 Intel to sell NOR fab
Preparing for a possible exit in the NOR flash-memory market, Intel said that it has put its wafer fab up for sale.
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