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2009-09-09 GlobalFoundries amps up with Chartered buyout
ATIC has agreed to acquire Chartered for a total of $3.9 billion, continuing its expansion into the contract wafer production business
2015-09-04 Is China targeting GlobalFoundries next
China, the second-biggest economy in the world, is flexing its financial muscles in a bid to acquire as many semiconductor companies in recent months to improve its global standing in the industry.
2010-04-27 GlobalFoundries, Samsung post sales growth in 2009
The 2009 downturn had a huge impact on the silicon foundry market and the top-10 rankings, as the overall market fell by 11.2 percent, according to Gartner Inc.
2010-02-17 GlobalFoundries, ARM bring 28nm process to mobiles
GlobalFoundries and ARM are developing 28nm "super" low-power process for mobile and consumer applications and a 28nm high-performance process
2012-11-20 Globalfoundries targets profitability, IPO in 2015
Mike Noonen, Globalfoundries' executive vice president, stated that the pure play foundry expects to be profitable by 2015 and may stage an initial public offering once that goal is met
2011-09-01 GlobalFoundries ships more chips, prepares for 14nm
GlobalFoundries is claiming it is shipping thousands of 32nm wafers per week and is planning its strategies for the company's 14nm node
2011-05-20 GlobalFoundries invests $8B for Abu Dhabi fab
Globalfoundries has announced its plan to invest $6B to $8 billion for the creation of a semiconductor fab in Abu Dhabi
2009-07-20 Globalfoundries details process roadmap
Taking on foundry giants, startup Globalfoundries Inc. has outlined its process roadmap and disclosed plans to break ground on its new U.S. fab
2010-06-04 GlobalFoundries details $3B expansion plan
GlobalFoundries Inc. plans to expand its global semiconductor manufacturing operations with an additional spend of $3 billion over the next couple of years
2010-01-29 GlobalFoundries debuts in top foundry list
GlobalFoundries entered the rankings picture at No. 5 while IDM foundries IBM, Samsung and TI, lagged the field, according to according to IC Insights' rankings for the top 17 foundries
2009-09-29 GlobalFoundries adjusts 32nm SOI roadmap
GlobalFoundries Inc. has updated its process roadmap, which appears to have slipped for its separate 32nm and 45-/40nm offerings
2009-12-07 Dubai debt won't affect AMD, GlobalFoundries
Neither Advanced Technology Investment Co. LLC (ATIC) nor Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is likely to be affected by the Dubai debt crisis, according to FTN Equity Capital Markets Corp.
2009-09-11 Comment: Winners, losers in ATIC-Chartered deal
Mark LaPedus gives his take on the winners and losers of Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Investment Co. (ATIC)-Chartered Semiconductor deal
2009-12-30 Chartered expands amid ATIC takeover
Amid a plan to be acquired, Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd said it has begun the next phase of an expansion plan within its 300mm fab in Singapore
2009-03-06 AMD foundry spinoff christened 'GlobalFoundries
The new silicon foundry spinoff from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. dubbed GlobalFoundries has officially opened for business and disclosed its corporate name and unveiled its strategy
2012-03-07 AMD ditches Globalfoundries
AMD is relinquishing its 14 percent stake at Globalfoundries and will pay the semiconductor foundry $425 million as part of their amended foundry supply agreement
2010-12-30 AMD cedes more control of GlobalFoundries to Abu Dhabi
AMD has reduced its share of GlobalFoundries from 30 percent to 14 percent, turning over 16 percent to Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Investment Co. (ATIC). As a result, the US-based foundry is now 86-percent owned by ATIC, whose sole shareholder is the Government of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi
2015-11-27 Abu Dhabi takes active role over GloFo deal
A Bloomberg report stated that Mubadala Development has talked with potential buyers for all or part of Globalfoundries, where it could fetch $15 billion or $20 billion if a deal goes ahead
2010-06-25 IBM 'fab club' synchronizes 28nm process
IBM, Samsung, GlobalFoundries and ST are synchronizing their IC manufacturing facilities for the production of advanced chips based on 28nm process jointly developed by IBM Technology Alliance
2009-10-06 Grose: Cost is the biggest problem in IC industry
GlobalFoundries CEO Doug Grose warns that despite the technical challenges, the biggest hurdle to continued innovation in the IC industry is economics
2010-05-07 Foundries tangled in capex arms race
Three foundry vendorsGlobalFoundries, Samsung and TSMCappear to be engaged in a new capital spending race in an effort to gain share in current and future cycles
2010-03-22 IC forecasts: What keeps analysts bullish, worried
Although the signs are positive in the chip sector this year, there are still some concerns. Here are 10 reasons to remain bullishand worriedabout 2010.
2009-10-01 What's behind Taiwan's relaxed investment rules
Share prices of TSMC and UMC shot up with reports of Taiwan's easing of investment restrictions with regard to mainland China.
2009-09-30 Update: 10 companies in trouble
This is an updated version of 10 companies in trouble. Some companies have been removed since the last version, others remain. Still others have been added to the mix.
2009-10-07 TSMC pumps capital, R&D investments
Foundry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd is expected announce by the end of the month that it will, again, increase its capital expenditure and R&D funding in the coming year.
2009-06-22 Toshiba, NEC join IBM alliance at 28nm tech
NEC Electronics and Toshiba have extended technology development agreements with IBM to participate in the development of a 28nm, HKMG, low-power chip technology.
2010-10-13 SMIC finds focus
SMIC seems to be focusing on logic, analog and mixed-signal markets as it moves to restore customer confidence and emphasize profitability.
2010-03-05 Six reasons why Samsung will succeed in foundry biz
Ana Hunter, VP of foundry services for Samsung Semiconductor Inc. provided six basic reasons why Samsung believes it will succeed in the foundry business:
2010-07-07 Singapore aims to boost high-tech presence
Singapore EDB director for electronics Damian Chan talks about the nation's future directions for the electronics industry and competition with other countries for attracting tech investment.
2010-02-15 Report: Samsung hogs ASML litho supply chain
Samsung is procuring a slew of 193nm scanners from ASML Holding NV, is hogging the supply chain for ASML systems.
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