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2007-12-10 GSA appoints European execs for leadership assembly
The newly revamped and renamed Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) has designated several executives across Europe's semiconductor industry to its EMEA Leadership Council
2003-03-07 Xilinx assigns Ireland as European headquarters
Xilinx Inc. has named Ireland home for its European headquarters, as the company expands its R&D and design operations center in Dublin
2004-09-30 STMicro to reorganize as senior executives depart
European chip maker STMicroelectronics NV has announced plans to reorganize itself to better match market and technology evolution
2005-07-06 Five European CEOs lobby on software patents
The chief executives of Alcatel, Ericsson, Nokia, Philips and Siemens wrote a joint letter to European political leaders objecting to proposed amendments to a directive on the Patentability of Computer Implemented Inventions, which is due to be voted on in the European parliament.
2008-11-14 Executives seek to bring back Europe's glory days
Europe needs to master innovation and shape its own semiconductor future to restore competitiveness, according to a report from the European Semiconductor Industry Association
2008-03-18 Pan-Europe IC powerhouse in the works?
Former STMicroelectronics executive Joseph Borel has proposed for Europe's top three semiconductor companiesNXP Semiconductors, ST, Infineon Technologiesto consolidate and form a unified European chip powerhouse
2010-12-07 IC execs see bright 2011
Semiconductor industry executives are optimistic about 2011, even though 53 percent of respondents in a KPMG survey expect the semiconductor cycle to peak within the next 12 months
2007-07-02 Euro fabs take niche path to avoid TSMC
Even as TSMC prepares to roll out a series of 45nm manufacturing process variants, the world's leading foundry is pursuing a two-pronged strategy that is putting increasing pressure on its European competitors
2012-06-29 U.S., Europe team up to compete with China's mfg dominance
While U.S. and European EMS providers probably can't by themselves compete with the Chinese electronics manufacturing juggernaut, partnerships between contract manufacturers appear to be one viable option for competing in the global electronics manufacturing market
2005-09-12 Toshiba competition drives design excellence
The Toshiba Europe Storage Device Division has launched the 'Hard Disk Drive Revolution' design competition in which design students at Europe's design universities and professionals at European design houses can submit concept designs based on Toshiba's world record breaking 0.85-inch hard drive
2007-03-26 Survey reveals execs confident about IC market, China
Semiconductor executives are feeling positive about the near-term prospects of the global IC industry, expecting revenue gains to exceed 10 percent this year, according to a survey from KPMG LLP, an audit and advisory firm
2005-02-07 ST won't have 'single-chip' cellphone integration until 2007
European chip company STMicroelectronics won't replicate Texas Instruments' recently announced single-chip cellphone until 2007, a company executive said during a conference call with analysts following the announcement of ST's fourth quarter results
2005-10-14 ST plans chip manufacturing in India, says report
European chipmaker STMicrolectronics is planning a "fully-fledged" chip manufacturing facility in Greater Noida near New Delhi and has put down about $35 million to acquire a 25-acre plot of land to house the facility, according to a report on Wednesday (Oct. 12) in The Economic Times from New Delhi
2008-08-20 Solar advocates beef up solar thermal efforts
The German Solar Industry Association group and other European solar enthusiasts have come to America to make the case for solar thermal technology, an alternative to photovoltaics that attempts to harness the efficient phase change from water to steam
2004-11-11 Problems seen ahead for supply chain from Pb-free directive
The road to lead-free semiconductor production and compliance with European Union directives is going to be complex and could cause major inventory issues, senior industry executives, distributors and manufacturers said here on Tuesday (Nov. 9) during the opening day of the Electronica exhibition.
2008-03-14 Otellini defends Intel before EC court
Intel's Paul Otellini this week met with members of the European Commission in Belgium, reportedly to defend the company against antitrust allegations raised by AMD
2015-09-29 Huawei exec: 'We need to make MEMS suppliers rich'
When Sean Ding spoke at the European MEMS Summit, he emphasised wearable equipment and the Internet of Things as driver markets for MEMS sensors
2003-12-17 Europe's Medea+ faces cash crunch
Medea+, an industry-initiated pan-European program for microelectronics R&D, faces the cancellation or drastic curtailment of newly selected projects as deficit-squeezed European national governments threaten to choke off funding
2009-05-19 EC ruling hits Intel with $1.45B fine, PR nightmare
With $10.6 billion in cash and short-term investments as at the end of Q1, Intel Corp. would seem to have more than ample resources to pay off a $1.45 billion fine levied by the European Commission for actions that violated antitrust rules
2008-07-22 Commentary: Ruiz carries on processor fight
It's going to be a really long goodbye for Hector Ruiz. When industry executives hand over the reins of power to a successor, they might stay on briefly as chairman of the board of directors before relinquishing even that position to enjoy their retirement
2009-02-24 'Goodwill' dole outs hurt tech asset value
Asset values at top technology companies worldwide are shrinking as executives implement cost-control actions that often involve significant cash payouts to former employees and also take billions in non-cash goodwill write downs in response to declining valuation on the equity market
2005-07-27 Penn blasts 'timid' semiconductor CEOs
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2008-06-02 Working on India's analog dream
Notes Anand Valavi of Wipro Technologies, " We want to get to the point where people think if they have some state-of-the-art analog work to be done, India is a good place to do it."
2011-05-31 Where is ARM on the Imec landscape?
While it is not involved with Imec in terms of funding research, ARM admits it must partner with Imec to research manufacturing technologies such as in areas of FinFETs and graphene.
2009-05-20 What went wrong with MIPS-Chipidea merger?
Most mergers and acquisitions rarely work. When they do, it's because both parties have time, patience, commitment and money to burn in the process of integrating the two organizations. An examination of the recent MIPS Technologies-Chipidea breakup strongly suggests that neither one had sufficient amounts of these key attributes.
2015-12-04 What can companies learn from the NXP-Freescale merger?
One missing piece in NXP, after the merger with Freescale, seems to be optoelectronics, which continues to grow at a stronger steady pace than ICs and other semiconductor categories.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2014-10-22 TI's solid upside defies Microchip's gloomy forecast
Texas Instruments' net income rose 31 per cent from a year earlier to $826 million, and revenue rose 8 per cent to $3.5 billion. The solid results came 10 days after Microchip's CEO warned of "another industry correction" in the offing.
2009-03-31 TI's Lowe banks on analog to propel company growth
TI analog IC division head Gregg Lowe believes the company's future growth will come from the analog business and many industry analysts agree TI will eventually be better known as an analog IC supplier than a DSP company especially if it continues to pour investment into the division.
2008-05-06 Tech firms face new fear: currency fluctuations
The fluctuating currency market is affecting more than fiscal results of top tech companies; it is also skewing competitiveness and preoccupying corporate boards as top management confronts one more issue over which it has limited control.
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