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2015-12-18 Microchip identified as unsolicited Atmel bidder
Microchip is the company that has made a $3.8 billion unsolicited offer for Atmel Corp., which has previously agreed to be acquired by Dialog but Atmel said it would look at the counter offer.
2010-04-16 Mentor: EDA to find solid opportunity in automotive
As EDA continues its quest for opportunities outside the IC industry, Mentor Graphics execs highlight automotive, saying the trend is likely to continue with the advent of hybrid and electric vehicles.
2010-12-07 Mentor, RIM acquire embedded software assets
Mentor bought some of the assets of GNU-based tools and services provider CodeSourcery, while RIM has purchased The Astonishing Tribe to beef up its user interface and embedded software teams.
2009-08-13 Mentor unveils open source plan
Mentor Graphics Corp. has detailed an Android and Linux strategy, which includes the acquisition of Embedded Alley Solutions Inc.
2007-11-23 MEMS poised to penetrate CE market
After penetrating mass market by enabling air bags to trigger fast enough to catch passengers before they hit the steering wheel, MEMS now has a new target: consumer electronics.
2009-11-05 MCUs deliver 32bit performance at 16bit code
MIPS has upgraded two of its cores and introduced a new instruction set architecture, expanding its presence in 32bit microcontrollers.
2011-06-15 Mamoru Tomozane Gennum Japan president
Industry veteran Mamoru Tomozane is the new president of Gennum Japan. With over 20 years of semiconductor experience, he is continuing Gennum's strong growth and customer expansion in Japan.
2010-03-04 Magma, Chengdu ICC open joint IC design lab
Magma Design Automation and Chengdu ICC (CDICC), a government-funded organization that promotes IC design in Chengdu, have established a joint IC design lab.
2014-10-03 M7 punch: ARM partners brainstorm use cases
The 32bit ARM Cortex M7 features six stage, superscalar pipeline delivering 2,000 Coremarks at 400MHz in a 40LP process, and is targeted at high-end embedded applications.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2009-09-29 Low-cost 32bit CMOS processor runs at 1.5GHz
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. has rolled out a CMOS-based, 32bit processor, built around IBM Corp.'s Power Architecture.
2008-03-21 Long way to go for Brazil's chip biz?
The birth of the Brazilian semiconductor industry has been protracted and difficult, but even as the infant takes its first steps, it is facing an uphill battle.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2007-04-16 Litho woes weigh down semicon industry
The lithography world has suddenly turned upside-down as the industry gets socked by a double whammy: The window of opportunity is slowly closing on EUV lithography for IC production, but the most likely alternativea version of 193nm immersionis proving expensive.
2008-02-15 Latest IC solutions take center stage at IIC-China 2008
Electronics designers of China will be treated to an array of seminars as well as showcase of new IC technologies and their latest application methodology at the 13th International IC-China Conference & Exhibition.
2008-12-05 Judge: Tessera's patents valid, but not infringed
The Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) overseeing the International Trade Commission (ITC) action brought by Tessera against certain wireless manufacturers issued an initial determination finding the company's asserted patents are valid but not infringed by the respondents.
2011-03-16 Japan quake raises concerns over electronics supply chain
According to analysts, the devastating earthquake that hit Japan, a key source of chips supporting CE devices, could lead to production decrease, phenomenal price swings and large near-term shortages.
2007-10-11 Japan chip industry up for painful restructuring
Amid a sluggish cycle in semiconductors, Japan's IC industry is moving towards a new round of restructuring if not a shakeout among the weaker players there.
2014-07-07 Is SMIC-Qualcomm 28nm deal one-sided?
The deal is clearly a win for SMIC whose 28nm process will be accelerated, and while the same will be used to fabricate Snapdragon processors, Qualcomm may only be cooperating under the Chinese government's suggestions.
2007-12-03 Is it a fab-lite diet for analogs, too?
As digital IDMs increasingly turn to foundries for their production needs, an inevitable question arises: Will the big analog IDMs follow the same path and move toward fab-lite or even fabless strategies?
2008-07-17 Is chip R&D facing a dead end?
The IC industry still pours billions of dollars annually into R&D. But in recent years, as costs have skyrocketed, chipmakers have been outsourcing more of their R&D requirements to consortia, silicon foundries and third-party vendors.
2014-01-09 Intel hopes to power next-gen wearables with Edison
Available in the middle of 2014, Edison is a 22mm Quark-based computer housed in an SD card form factor.
2014-04-11 Ingenic banks on MIPS-based wearables
Ingenic ventures its entire fortune on manufacturing its own MIPS-based SoCs, with a 1GHz CPU in the 65nm process for the IoT, and another low-power, voice-recognition enabled SoC for smartwatches.
2007-07-30 IEEE to carry on VSIA's work
Following VSIA closing, the IEEE has formed two study groups to explore the creation of IEEE standards based on work done at VSIA.
2012-11-09 IEEE 1149.1-2012 JTAG standard receives 85% ballot vote
Intellitech Corporation has received majority support from the IEEE for its 1149.1-2012 JTAG standard which enables IC test re-use from silicon to systems.
2006-07-01 IDMs' shift to foundries undermines startups
As foundries get better and fabs get bigger, the landscape of the IC industry is changing, spurred in part by pressure from the financial community.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2010-01-12 IC firms wait to ride Apple tablet wave
Rumors are rampant that Apple will soon launch a mobile tablet computer, with many saying it will happen later this month and much of the buzz out of the CES is about devices that adopt the tablet.
2008-09-15 IBM, NEC to develop 32nm IC processing
IBM and NEC have entered a multiyear joint development project where they will produce next-generation IC technology.
2007-01-16 Gyroscopes take MEMS to consumer devices
InvenSense announced volume production of low-cost integrated dual-axis gyroscopes that could give accelerometers a run for their money as the MEMs of choice in new consumer gadgets.
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