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2008-09-01 Chip R&D treads shaky ground
Amid continued debate on whether semiconductor R&D is an endangered species or is successfully evolving to adapt to changing realities, Intermolecular Inc. and Semiconductor Research Corp. braved the debacle, with each announcing their own R&D initiatives. Intermolecular reported on a memory R&D pilot line, while SRC described emerging programs in analog, energy, medical and multicore.
2015-05-21 China start-up to drive smartwatch market
Reportedly, a number of smartwatch fence-sitters and traditional watchmakers harbour high hopes for 3Wearable. They will be using its technology to dabble in the nascent smartwatch market.
2009-02-11 China firm to lend Qimonda a hand?
A Chinese semiconductor vendor might be interested in insolvent DRAM manufacturer Qimonda while Infineon Technologies AG is heading for difficult times, admitted Max Kley, Infineon's supervisory board chairman.
2004-08-20 Cavium buys Brecis secure processor line
Cavium Networks will look to push its security expertise into the lower-end broadband and wireless gateway space after picking up a secure communication processor line from Brecis Communications in a deal announced on August 16, 2004.
2008-06-20 Cadence-Mentor merger a 'bad idea', analyst says
A veteran EDA analyst said Cadence Design Systems is under pressure and may lose its top spot in the electronic design automation sector, and its proposed $1.6 billion merger with Mentor Graphics is a 'bad idea.'
2006-02-07 Cadence income declines despite boost in sales
Despite a 10% boost in year-to-year sales, Cadence reported a GAAP net income of $27 million for Q4 2005, a decline of 55 percent from the $60 million reported in the same quarter the previous year.
2009-02-13 Buzz: Will UMC join IBM 'fab club'?
Rumors at the International Solid State Circuits Conference and other events claim that Taiwan foundry vendor United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) is mulling over plans to join IBM's "fab club."
2008-03-17 Broadcom trains sight on mobile
Broadcom Corp. is accelerating its move to 65nm process technology as it sharpens its focus on the cellphone market and beyond.
2010-02-11 Brazil pushes semiconductor ambitions
Politicians at the opening of Latin America's first semiconductor fab provided a glimpse into the mindset of the Brazil government-backed play to build a chip industry in the country.
2009-12-14 Brazil debuts homegrown RFID IC
A Brazil ASSP vendor has developed a RFID chip, claimed to be the first IC entirely designed in the country.
2015-06-02 Avago, Broadcom merger: Symptom of a larger trend
The Avago, Broadcom merger is one of several big-company mergers that signal a possible trend towards gaining a larger share of a slowing semiconductor market.
2011-04-25 Atheros plans release of embedded Wi-Fi, powerline chips
Scheduled for release are Atheros' first low-power, embedded Wi-Fi chips and a software developer's kit for its upcoming powerline chip based on the HomePlug Green PHY specification.
2013-11-06 ARM to grab bigger share of IoT with wearables
ARM showcased its expanded reach-from mobile systems down to wearables and out to data centre servers-at its annual ARM Tech Con here last week.
2009-07-28 ARM core reaches GHz rate
Samsung Electronics Co. and Intrinsity Inc. have developed what they claim to be the first silicon for an ARM Cortex A8 that runs at a GHz and delivers more than 2,000 Dhrystone Mips while consuming 640mW power.
2008-04-29 Apple ventures into the IC world
Apple has acquired embedded PowerPC designer PA Semi for a reported $278 million last week without saying a word to investors or even PA Semi's customers about what it has in mind for the startup.
2010-05-13 Analysts, rivals weigh in on new Renesas' roadmap
Renesas' MCU roadmap includes plans to blanket the market with a plethora of products based on its new architecture but the question is whether competitors are worried amid an upturn in the market.
2011-05-11 Analysts see erratic MCU supply chain
Analysts believe that the inventory issue after the March 11 Japan earthquake and Renesas' production woes will cause some shortages in the MCU market.
2009-02-04 Analysis: What's in store for IBM's chip unit?
IBM Corp.'s recent move to implement job cuts within its semiconductor unit follows a dramatic slump in sales, product setbacks and numerous false starts in the sector.
2013-03-26 Analysis: ST, Renesas failed to see the bigger mobile picture
The game is over for Western chip companies, except for the global mobile chip industry leader Qualcomm, says EE Times correspondent Junko Yoshida.
2008-02-05 Analysis: Mobile biz spinoff could spell the end for Motorola
While Motorola's decision to consider spinning off or selling its mobile unit might have only meant to silence critics of its operations, it sets the company on a path that could eventually break up the entire company.
2008-11-20 Analysis: Investing in renewable technologies
It was a good line, and it also happens to be true: "Moore's Law never mentioned anything about power efficiency."
2015-03-16 1,600 lose jobs in Cypress-Spansion merger
The merger of Cypress Semiconductor and Spansion will result in layoffs of 1,600 employees worldwide, or 20 per cent of their combined workforces, according to an internal memo.
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.
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