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2005-11-07 Future Horizons: IC industry gets this in order
European analyst group Future Horizons see the global semiconductor industry having set things in order and expects growth in 2006 to depend largely on the strength of the global economy. This is based on three industry variables that Future Horizons says are now unusually aligned: paring off of excess inventory levels, rising capacity utilization and moderate new capacity investments.
2007-10-12 Future Horizons stands by bullish chip forecast
Future Horizons is standing by its prediction of 6 percent growth for global chip sales this year, following what it says were excellent figures for July revenues.
2005-10-14 Future Horizons cuts 2005 chip forecast
After making a bullish prediction for ICs this year, Future Horizons has suddenly lowered its semiconductor growth forecast from 15 percent to about 8-10 percent in 2005
2005-10-13 Future Horizons cuts 2005 chip forecast
After making a bullish prediction for ICs this year, Future Horizons has suddenly lowered its semiconductor growth forecast from 15 percent to about 8 to 10 percent in 2005
2005-10-21 Xilinx and Nu Horizons expand distribution agreement to Asia
linx Inc. and Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. have expanded their North American distribution agreement to cover select countries in the Asia-Pacific. The expanded partnership provides Nu Horizon distribution rights for Xilinx's FPGAs, CPLDs, development software and intellectual property, and covers China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and India
2006-01-17 Penn predicts 20% chip market growth for '06
The return of business spending after a four-year lay off and as a complement to consumer spending is set to boost semiconductor sales in 2006 and send worldwide market growth to 20 percent, according to Malcolm Penn, chief executive of Future Horizons.
2007-02-06 Global economics to keep chip bubble afloat
The semiconductor market will grow by 12 percent in 2007 and by a further 16 percent in 2008, according to Malcolm Penn, chief executive of market analysis company Future Horizons.
2004-04-01 Chip market recovery set to last, says researcher
Market researcher Future Horizons is bucking the conventional industry wisdom in a report that downplays forecasts of a short-lived recovery and chip market downturn in 2005.
2012-07-17 Bleak forecast awaits IC market, says analyst
According to Future Horizons, the global market for semiconductors will grow by only four percent in 2012, down from a previous estimate of eight percent.
2005-01-10 Alas! Poor Europe
Now that there is universal agreement on an actual 2004 boom, all eyes are focused on the length of the recovery, with two distinct scenarios currently in play.
2006-09-18 Re-thinking SoC design at 65nm, below
Executives from major IC houses and EDA companies have been talking about the design challenges facing developers as SoC designs move from 65- to 45- and 32nm.
2010-12-21 Semicon myths debunked
Semicon industry watcher Future horizons debunks the following myths: "the cycles are over"; "the market is mature"; "ASPs will keep declining"; "fabs have no strategic value"; " The fabless business model is a success", and "the 21 century business model of focus not breadth".
2008-04-22 Report: GPS sector to become $1B market in 2012
GPS unit sales will hit $1 billion in 2012, according to the 2008 Semiconductor Applications Report from Future Horizons.
2007-03-16 IDM firms go for 'fab lite'
The unraveling of the Crolles2 Alliance, coupled with Texas Instruments' decision to use foundry partners for its future process technology, had observers wondering whether the entire semiconductor industry was about to go fabless
2005-06-28 House-price bubble set to hit semis, warns analyst
Malcolm Penn, chief executive of market analysis firm Future Horizons, warned that a house-price boom that has taken hold across the developed world is set to be biggest bubble in global economic history.
2008-11-24 Fear and hope cloud IC industry
Future Horizons is predicting that the semiconductor industry will see a 2 percent decline next year but that there will be no re-run of the huge downturn of 2001.
2008-05-14 Emerging markets offset global economic slump
According to forecaster Future Horizons, emerging economies like China and India could offset the growing economic slump in the rest of the world.
2010-12-20 Chip manufacturing moves into fab-tight era
Semiconductor manufacturers are going through a shift from fab-light to fab-tight, according to Malcolm Penn, founder and principal analyst with Future Horizons.
2010-07-23 ARM prospects in server market dim
Future Horizons predicts that the absence of a 64-bit processor will exclude ARM from the low-power server market, which will continue to be dominated by Intel.
2009-06-24 April IC growth strongest since 1996
Semiconductor sales in April were 15.6 percent higher than the previous month's, if the fact that March was a five-week month is factored in, according to market research group Future Horizon
2008-09-26 Analysts skeptical of NXP survival plan
NXP BV's restructuring plan has left analysts pondering the company's future and dusting off age-old European chip company merger ideas
2007-12-11 Analysts see IC industry recovery in 2008
Although 2007 was a disappointing year for the semiconductor industry, analysts at Future Horizons remain upbeat for 2008.
2012-01-26 Analyst: Tough times for TSMC's 28nm process
TSMC's 28nm manufacturing process technologies is in trouble as it is not yielding well, says Mike Bryant, technology analyst with Future Horizons Ltd.
2009-01-29 Analyst: IC market to plummet 28% in 2009
The global semiconductor market will drop 28 percent in 2009, according to Malcolm Penn, founder and principal analyst with market research firm Future Horizons Ltd.
2010-02-01 Analyst: Fab-lite strategy is faulty, flawed
According to Malcolm Penn, principal analyst with Future Horizons, the fab-lite business model is: structurally deceitful, operationally faulty, and financially flawed.
2008-07-24 Analyst sees glory days ahead for IC market
Malcolm Penn, founder and principal analyst, Future Horizons Ltd, believes the market forces are at last moving into place to deliver a couple of years of booming growth for the IC industry.
2015-02-10 One-on-one with Imagination's CEO
CEO of Imagination Technologies Sir Hossein Yassaie talks about how his organisation weathers the challenges in the world of IP, as well as the future he sees for the company
2005-09-12 Year-end semi sales to be flat, warns iSuppli
A rapid rise in energy prices coupled with a growing excess of manufacturing capacity has prompted iSuppli Corp. to trim its semiconductor industry forecast for 2005.
2007-11-15 WSTS: 2007 global chips sales better than expected
WSTS organization has increased its forecast for the increase in global sales of semiconductors for 2007.
2013-06-17 UMC, IBM augment FinFET venture to 10nm
UMC will send researchers to work on the development of 10nm FinFET process technology with IBM.
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