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2005-08-26 Is automotive industry the 'next big wave' for EDA?
Largely missed in the rubble after Mentor Graphics Corp. slashed second half guidance following disappointing second quarter bookings last month was a statement by Chairman and CEO Walden Rhines that could offer a ray of future hope for the company and the EDA industry as a whole
2006-03-20 Infineon eyes acquisition in Japan
Infineon Technologies CEO Wolfgang Ziebart has reiterated plans to strengthen the company's position in the Japanese market
2009-10-06 Grose: Cost is the biggest problem in IC industry
GlobalFoundries CEO Doug Grose warns that despite the technical challenges, the biggest hurdle to continued innovation in the IC industry is economics
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
2010-06-08 Firms join hands to create Linux venture
ARM, Freescale Semiconductor, IBM, Samsung Electronics, ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments have formed a non-profit company to drive Linux software technology in new and emerging markets
2008-11-18 Everspin delivers first MRAM device
Everspin, the MRAM spin-off of Freescale, has launched its first devices under its new corporate identity
2011-06-30 Cool factor: The answer to energy efficiency
Henri Richard of Freescale suggests that energy efficiency should give the people an opportunity to get involved with the effort on their part
2010-07-06 Beyer: Connected intelligence will beat recession
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. CEO Richard Beyer predicted that the recession will continue to fade by virtue of the commercial success of what he called 'connected intelligence.'
2012-07-06 ARM faces growing pains
While ARM CEO Warren East claims that opting to embed ARM cores in smartphones, tablets, base stations and servers is an obvious choice, limitations and barriers do exist that challenge the technology's growth
2009-06-17 Apps modules roll for multicore processors
Freescale Semiconductor has released a set of applications modules for its embedded multicore processors in an effort to reduce the amount of parallel software its OEM customers need to develop
2009-10-02 Analysts weigh in on Intel's French strategy
Speculations on Intel's intent to buy Freescale's wireless unit in France left analysts pondering on the chip giant's strategy
2008-10-17 Analysis: Cadence to face 'layoffs' after Fister's farewell
The resignation of Mike Fister, president and CEO, Cadence, along with the four other top officials, signals the start of a major change at a time when the company faces multiple challenges and is rumored to announce a huge layoff
2008-12-16 Altera sees growth in slowdown
John Daane, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Altera Corp., explains how market slowdowns can be growth opportunities, and describes the company's activities in Asia
2009-01-06 2009 IC fearless forecasts
2009 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already a looming uncertainty based on recent industry data.
2007-03-01 Zigbee vet strives to reduce cost of solutions
Wireless microcontroller specialist Jennic is putting the marker down for next-generation Zigbee-compliant devices at sub-$2 prices in 100,000-plus units.
2015-12-08 Year-end deals: Semicon companies settle merger, acquisition
In a week's time, several companies have either completed their merger-and-acquisition deals or signed definitive agreements, indicative of a consolidating semiconductor industry.
2007-07-27 Will AMD always play catch-up with Intel?
For as long as it has been a microprocessor supplier, AMD has been compelled to review, adjust and adapt its operations and manufacturing direction continually to counter the Intel juggernaut.
2015-06-03 Why is China bullish on chip industry?
Unlike in the West, China considers the semiconductor sector a big investment. It is the financial play and quick ROI that lures Chinese investment funds into the chip industry.
2015-06-10 Who wants to buy Atmel?
Atmel's latest pitch to the investment community is that its strategybanking on the emerging Internet of Things markethas transformed it into a higher-margin, higher-growth business.
2009-12-08 Who takes the cake in netbook processor arena?
So, who are the winners and losers in the netbook and mobile Internet device thus far? At present, it appears that all chip vendors are both winnersand losers.
2015-12-09 What drives the new NXP?
If the deal is designed to expand scope, the merged company will not just add new product lines but will also provide access to a new set of customers, building strategies behind the combined products.
2007-10-25 Virage Logic advances 65nm design
Virage Logic is expanding its 65nm IP products, with an eye towards tackling today's complex IC design challenges.
2006-02-01 Vendor sees ESL design taking hold
Adoption of ESL design methodology in North America has accelerated in recent months. Japan remains strongest in ESL because designers in Japan had a head start, showing interest in ESL the earliest.
2012-10-30 Triple-play graphics cores accelerate auto apps
Learn about the triple-play GPUs featured in the i.MX6 devices and the advantages that result from using three specialized graphics engines.
2015-04-23 Trickle-down tech: It's not just the Pi
.The Raspberry Pi may be the most visible example of trickle-down technology, but there are over 100 board vendors embracing semiconductor innovation and bringing it to the wider world of embedded boards for diverse, long-life, and ruggedised applications.
2005-07-18 Tower tips turnaround strategy
Moving towards its turnaround strategy, Israel's Tower Semiconductor Ltd plans to reorganize its operations, focus on several key markets and boost its overall fab efficiency.
2007-09-24 Tower bags 2008 wafer order from U.S. IDM
Tower Semiconductor Ltd has secured an order from an unnamed U.S. IDM for thousands of wafers of 130nm chips worth millions of dollars per month.
2015-12-23 Toshiba lets go of consumer biz amid reorg plan
The Japanese company that makes everything from NAND flash chips to washing machines expects roughly $51.28 billion in sales for its current fiscal year, down from $55 billion last year.
2015-12-14 Top 5 semiconductor M&As of 2015
EE Times Asia reviewed the M&A deals that were either announced or completed this year, and came up with the top five synergies in terms of dollar value.
2016-01-04 Top 15 deals that influenced analogue, sensors in 2015
Here are some of the biggest and most important business deals and synergies in 2015 that had a huge impact on analogue, MEMS, sensors and the semiconductor industry as a whole.
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