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2015-07-21 Semicon West highlights 10 chip trends
During the recent Semicon West, executives from a number of chip companies discussed the ongoing developments on semiconductors technology.
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it alla stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2010-05-24 SEMI sees 80% growth in SE Asia IC equipment market
SEMI indicated that Singapore 2010 that Singapore is sharing in the strong recovery in global semiconductor sales and the equipment market in this region is expected to grow 80 percent in 2010.
2014-06-04 Seagate to break into flash market with LSI controllers
The disc drive maker has made a deal with Avago to acquire LSI's Accelerated Solutions Division and Flash Components Division for $450 million in pursuit of the growing flash market.
2014-08-27 SanDisk Ultra II: Cheap SSD upgrade to consumer PCs
The Ultra II SSD series provides performance boost of up 28 times that of a spinning disc and as much as 15 per cent battery life for PC consumers who favour price over performance.
2008-11-07 SanDisk readies better format for SSDs
SanDisk will be launching a new flash-file format for solid-state drives in its 2009 products, claiming it bolsters performance 100-fold on some operations.
2006-01-03 Samsung, Vodafone, Qualcomm team on HSDPA
Samsung Electronics has agreed to team up with Vodafone and Qualcomm to introduce HSDPA-enabled mobile phones in Europe next year.
2005-06-02 Samsung's 70nm 4Gb NAND flash device writes data at 16MBps
Samsung disclosed that they have already begun mass producing what it touts as the highest density NAND flash device yet to take advantage of advanced 70nm process technology
2005-01-10 Samsung to boost DRAM bit output by 50% in '05
The DRAM market is projected to double in terms of overall bits in 2005 - and South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd wants the whole pie.
2006-09-05 Samsung starts 1Gbit DDR2 DRAM mass production
Samsung Electronics announced the mass production of 1Gbit DDR2 DRAM memory using 80nm process technology.
2004-11-02 Samsung readies 72Mb SRAMs for routers, switches
Samsung Electronics will start volume production during the first half of next year of a 72Mb quad data rate (QDR) II SRAM that it is targeting at next generation network routers and switches.
2012-01-06 Samsung gets green light for memory fab in China
The planned 300mm wafer fab is scheduled to have a manufacturing capacity of 100,000 wafer starts per month, making it about half the size of Samsung's Line-16 megafab.
2008-06-12 Samsung gains edge in 450mm technology
Sources said the first 450mm tool, which is believed to be a R&D prototype, is said to go to South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2002-06-05 RTL-to-GDSII flow shows signs of maturity
The RTL-to-GDSII design flow will take center stage at next week's Design Automation Conference in New Orleans, as several vendors show new technologies intended to solidify an all-in-one flow.
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level.
2007-08-09 RF design team claims CMOS spin for 3G power amps
Is it possible to make a low-cost CMOS power amp for 3G cellphones that can operate with the power efficiency and robustness of a GaAs PA? Acco Semiconductor believes it has found a way.
2009-01-27 Restructuring: Will it resurrect Qimonda?
Qimonda has applied for bankruptcy protection while it makes one more attempt to restructure its business. But analysts reckon that this time Qimonda may not come back from the dead
2006-09-01 Restricted design rules challenge DFM
The recent Design Automation Conference made it clear that the EDA industry is counting on DFM for a much-needed boost. But the RDRs that are quietly emerging for 45nm and smaller geometries may reduce the need for some DFM tools and techniques, some observers say.
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solutionwhich most assumed would be EUVMoore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2008-01-21 Qimonda ships 512Mb XDR DRAM samples
Samples of 512Mb XDR DRAM products are now being shipped by Qimonda AG.
2008-11-20 Qimonda rises in ranks, but future hangs
In the market standing, Qimonda has achieved a share and has taken fourth spot, surpassing Micron. But its fate could be short-lived as Micron recently signed a definitive deal to buyout the company.
2009-06-17 Programmable clock generators simplify device testing
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has launched the FleXO family of programmable high-performance clock generators.
2011-04-13 Portable computers steadily outpace desktops
Notebooks and tablets are steadily eating into desktop PC sales, prompting analysts to lower their 2011 desktop PC forecasts and project flat sales for the segment.
2006-04-10 PMU designed for multimedia apps
Royal Philips Electronics announced the launch of its latest power management unit, the PCF50626.
2003-02-07 Placement tools criticized for hampering IC designs
Current IC placement algorithms leave so much excess wire that chip designs are essentially several technology generations behind where they could be, according to a recent paper by researchers at UCLA.
2006-01-18 Philips scouting merger partner for chip unit
Royal Philips Electronics has confirmed it wishes to pursue a merger for Philips Semiconductors, but remained quiet about potential partners.
2012-03-15 Personal cloud to dethrone PCs by 2014
Major trends in client computing have shifted the market away from a focus on personal computers to a broader device perspective that includes smartphones, tablets and other consumer devices.
2010-09-16 PCs, servers demo next-generation Intel CPUs
Intel's 32nm Sandy Bridge architecture, which uses a ring bus to link x86 and graphics cores with cache and I/O, is on track for delivery in 2H 2011.
2016-01-14 PC shipments continue downward spiral for 4 successive years
Fourth quarter PC shipments totalled just 71.9 million units, a decline of 10.6 per cent compared with the fourth quarter of 2014, IDC said. The year-over-year decline was the largest in history.
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