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2004-04-16 Deploying PONs in geographically dense areas
In the Asian markets, developments in high-speed passive optical networks are going to be significant.
2015-12-09 Can wearables function as second galvanic skins?
Here are some of the innovative and educational information that will help designers understand theory as well as tools for design in the wearables arena.
2002-01-04 SIA reports growth in semiconductor sales for November 2001
The latest Global Sales Report (GSR) from the Semiconductor Industry Association reveals that semiconductor sales worldwide in November 2001 increased to $10.60 billion.
2007-04-13 Venture capitalists step up presence in China
With the thriving business opportunities in China, most venture capitalists are learning that the only way to invest in the country is to have a presence there.
2016-01-27 US halts $3B Philips-Lumileds deal
Royal Philips announced that a deal to sell an 80.1 per cent interest in Lumileds, a vendor of LED based lighting, has been terminated, because of concerns within the CFIUS.
2011-09-22 Startup raises $125M, focuses investment on China
Boston-Power will use its $125-million funding to build a fab in China capable of producing 400MWh of Li-ion batteries.
2007-12-05 SIA: PCs push October chip sales beyond targets
Worldwide semiconductor sales in October rose to $23.1 billion, an increase of 5 percent over the $22 billion reported in October 2006 and 2 percent higher than the $22.6 billion reported in September of this year, the SIA reported.
2005-06-02 SIA confirms April semiconductor sales stall
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors came in at $18.22 billion in April according to World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS), the U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association reported Tuesday (May 31
2005-05-03 March global chip sales hit $18.4 billion, says analyst
Handelsbanken Capital Markets expects the three-month rolling average of worldwide semiconductor sales for March, due to be announced by the U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association in the next few days, to be $18.40 billion, the financial analysis company said Thursday (April 28).
2015-10-01 LED light, sensors to enable next-gen medical devices
ams developed the sensing solutions to fill the future market needs, which means a move from today's dumb LEDs to complete spectrally-cognitive sensor platforms and boost IoT deployment.
2005-03-08 January global chip sales show year-to-year growth jump
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors was $18.27 billion in January, down 0.5 percent from the previous month's figure of $18.37 billion but 17.5 percent higher than January 2004 three-month average sales of $15.6 billion, the U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported Wednesday (Mar. 3).
2011-08-22 How to reset an FPGA
Know the various reset options available for FPGAs, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
2005-09-12 Former Intel, Sun CTO joins PMC-Sierra
Broadband communications chip supplier PMC-Sierra Inc. has appointed Robert Yung to the position of chief technology officer.
2005-04-07 February chip sales beat expectations
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors was $18.05B in February 2005 according to the SIA, beating previous analyst expectations of $17.7B.
2003-09-08 Chip sales hit $12.9B in July 2003
Worldwide sales of semiconductors increased to $12.9B in July 2003, up from the $12.5B in revenue reported in June of 2003, the SIA reports.
2005-07-04 Chip sales fall in May amid DRAM slump
Showing its second consecutive monthly drop, worldwide sales of semiconductors hit $18.05 billion in May, a sequential decline of 0.5 percent from $18.14 billion in April, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported on Saturday (July 2).
2014-12-12 Battery maker targets 400Wh/kg Li-polymer energy density
Seeo enables the production of safer batteries by replacing the flammable liquid electrolytes of typical Li-ion cells with its non-flammable and non-volatile DryLyte solid polymer electrolyte.
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