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2006-04-24 Intel posts $8.9B revenue for Q1
Intel announced Q1 revenue of $8.9 billion, operating income of $1.7 billion, net income of $1.3 billion and earnings per share of 23 cents.
2006-10-20 Intel posts $8.7B Q3 revenues
Intel Corp. announced Q3 revenues of $8.7 billion, operating income of $1.4 billion, net income of $1.3 billion and earning per share of 22 cents
2006-07-21 Intel lowers forecast after Q2 dip
Intel lowered its 2006 forecast after a 10 percent decline in sales and a 35 percent plunge in earnings from the previous quarter.
2008-10-17 Intel heeds caution amid financial quandary
Looking ahead, the world's No. 1 semiconductor company acknowledged uncertainty for the current quarter in light of the current financial crisis.
2007-11-21 Intel CEO to tool makers: 'Let's cooperate on 450mm'
Despite some resistance for 450mm fabs in the market, Intel is moving ahead with 450mm technology and would like to cooperate with the IC-equipment industry in the arena, according to Paul Otellini, president and CEO of the chip giant.
2011-09-08 Infineon launches P-channel 40V auto power MOSFETs
Infineon has announced the release of OptiMOS P2, an Infineon power management chip, which showed energy efficiency and cost saving.
2006-03-01 IIC-China features power trends
Showcasing the latest IC applications and embedded technologies, the 11th IIC-China and 6th ESC-China will gather over 180 semiconductor majors and local vendors eager to show their newest products, highlighting the latest trends in power management and automotive electronics.
2011-10-03 IEEE supports smart grid innovation
The organization presses on with smart grid standards development to enable wider implementation of the technology.
2009-09-14 IC vendors remain cautious despite rebound
The semiconductor industry is not completely out of the woods, but there are ongoing signs of a recovery.
2005-12-27 IC packaging providers upbeat
Continued strength in the IC packaging and test sector during the fourth quarter and possibly beyond has prompted an investment banking firm to raise its estimates for Amkor, Siliconware and STATS ChipPAC.
2007-01-22 IBM unlikely to report big gains for '06, analysts say
IBM is likely to post a marginal decline in year-over-year sales, according a survey of 22 analysts by Thomson Financial Network.
2013-06-07 Hall effect sensor ICs boast 3.5 to 26.0V operating range
Seiko Instruments' latest hall effect sensor ICs detect magnetic field changes and output a high or low voltage level depending on the field strength and polarity.
2014-07-31 Global regulations on external power supplies
Understand the evolution of the different power supply standards up to now, what the new regulations mean and how they affect the power supply market.
2006-06-12 Gartner sees slowdown in IC industry
Gartner Inc. reiterated its bullish chip forecast for 2006, but the market research firm sees a slowdown and consolidation in the IC industry.
2008-12-15 FPGAs face EDA tool, designer shortage
The FPGA market has experienced lackluster and flat growth in recent times it now faces a set of new challenges that could threaten the business.
2009-02-17 Foundry watch: TSMC stays on top
Amid the downturn, which up and which is seeing red? An analysis from FBR Capital Markets found that TSMC is looking up, but the rest are down.
2009-12-22 First Solar reveals Malaysia expansion plans
Included in First Solar Inc.'s financial guidance and plans for 2010 is the addition of eight production lines at its manufacturing center in Kulim, Malaysia that will start production in 1H 11.
2005-08-08 Electric power steering: one good turn deserves another
Current power steering systems are heavy and sap horsepower. All-electrical alternatives are lighter and more adaptable, as this expert demonstrates.
2010-11-16 Electric potential sensor under development
Plessey Semiconductors Ltd has signed a technology license agreement with the University of Sussex for the manufacture and commercialization of an electric potential sensor.
2004-08-18 Despite profit, Analog Devices results disappoint
Analog Devices Inc. has reported net income of $169 million on sales revenue of $717.8 million for the third quarter of fiscal 2004, ended on July 31.
2013-11-26 Despite flat year, Intel remains optimistic
The company revealed that 2014 will be another flat year for the company, yet it is maintaining historically high capex spending, seeing the need for a new 450mm fab on the horizon.
2005-11-15 Computer Associates increases investment in Asia Pacific & Japan
Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA) took one step further in its strategy to increase its presence and market penetration in the region by establishing Asia-Pacific & Japan (APJ) headquarters in the Hong Kong SAR.
2006-05-09 CMD posts Q4 results
California Micro Devices announced financial results for Q4 of fiscal 2006.
2008-11-25 Chipmakers brace for tough times
A consensus was reached at the Semiconductor Industry Association's forecast: The IC industry is in for some tough sledding.
2015-02-10 China's NDRC accepts Qualcomm's rectification plan
Qualcomm is disappointed with the results of the investigation, but it is pleased that China's National Development and Reform Commission has reviewed and approved the company's rectification plan.
2010-09-06 CAN/LIN SBCs satisfy EMC requirements of global car OEMs
NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced the UJA107xA family, its next generation of CAN/LIN system basis chips (SBCs) for in-vehicle networks.
2009-11-05 Buzz: Is Nvidia working on x86 processor?
The rumors are again surfacing that Nvidia Corp. may enter the x86-based microprocessor market.
2010-10-13 Bruker completes acquisition of Veeco's AFM, OIM lines
Scientific instruments and solution supplier Bruker Corp. closed a deal to purchase Veeco Instrument Inc.'s atomic force microscopy (AFM) and the optical industrial metrology instruments businesses for $229.4 million in cash.
2015-11-17 Better batteries by adding quantum dots from fool's gold
Vanderbilt University researchers made significant headway by adding quantum dots out of iron pyrite to create batteries that charge quickly and work for dozens of cycles.
2009-12-29 Automotive thermistors maximize design flexibility
Murata Electronics has launched a new automotive grade series of compact NTC (negative temperature coefficient) chip thermistors for operation at temperatures between -40C and +150C.
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