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2005-08-09 UMC riled by TSMC comments on Hejian, says report
Foundry chip maker United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) has been critical of its rival Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd (TSMC) alleging that Rick Tsai, TSMC's chief executive officer, made libelous remarks, according to a China Post report on Friday (Aug. 5).
2006-09-07 UMC fails to list 15% stake in HeJian
Semiconductor foundry United Microelectronics reportedly failed in acquiring ownership of its 15 percent stake at HeJian Technology despite seeking the approval of Taiwan officials in June.
2005-01-12 HeJian Technology to operate at full capacity
Mainland China-based chip maker HeJian Technology (Suzhou) Co. Ltd announced that it will gear up for full capacity to address the surge in demand for LCD-driver and consumer ICs.
2007-02-19 HeJian partners with Beijing IC Design Park on 0.18?m service
HeJian Technology (Suzhou) Co. Ltd will team up with Beijing IC Design Park to unveil multi-project wafer service.
2004-12-29 Artisan, HeJian to deliver 0.18?m process IP solutions
Artisan Components Inc. and HeJian Technology (Suzhou) Co. Ltd have announced a license agreement for Artisan to support HeJian's advanced 0.18?m CMOS process.
2006-01-11 Tsao, Hsuan indicted over He Jian, quit UMC
Robert Tsao, the chairman of foundry giant UMC resigned on Monday just hours before being indicted in Taiwan for allegedly making illegal investments in a Chinese foundry.
2007-03-28 The other side of the wafer [fab craze]
In 2004, Nanotech Corp. turned heads by securing used equipment and process technology from Intel and promising to build a fab about 100 miles west of Shanghai. But the loans promised by China's policy banks never materialized
2006-03-01 China question dogs Taiwan's IC industry
The sudden resignation of UMC's Robert Tsao is quickly taking on larger implications for the technology industry than whether one company and its executives have flouted the law
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.
2014-10-10 UMC to invest $6.2B in China foundry
The foundry will be a joint venture with a total investment of $6.2 billion, aimed at ramping to produce 50,000 12-inch wafers a month using 55nm and 40nm process technologies.
2015-01-29 UMC raises capex to lead in 28nm node
UMC has earmarked $1.8 billion for capex this year compared with the $1.4 billion it spent during 2014. During the fourth quarter of last year, it increased its sales revenue from 28nm chips.
2014-10-30 UMC grabs large piece of 28nm business
United Microelectronics Corp. said that it has grabbed a larger piece of the 28nm business that is dominated by TSMC. UMC reiterated its capital expenditure for this year is at about $1.3 billion.
2007-05-09 UMC gears up for CPUs, NAND flash memory
United Microelectronics Corp. said it is in talks on a CPU production deal, but it is being circumspect on how it will attack the high-volume flash memory market.
2005-02-22 UMC chairman denies doing wrong in letter to Taiwan prosecutor
A Taiwan government investigation into local foundry chipmaker United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) took a dramatic twist on Friday (Feb. 18) with the company's chairman admitted he helped set up a Chinese foundry, an act that could lead to criminal charges, but denied wrong-doing in an open letter to the Taiwan prosecutor.
2007-10-31 Taiwan fabs appeal for softer policy on China investment
Taiwan's top two foundries have appealed to the government to loosen the restrictions on chip investments in China, according to a report from the Associated Press.
2008-01-16 Shanghai achieves Valley-like stardom
It took several years of intense development efforts but it was all worth it as Shanghai now gasconades the most complete IC industrial chain in China with wafer foundries; IC design houses; assembly and test companies; and device and material firms.
2006-02-21 MOEAIC orders UMC to pay $145M
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs Investment Commission revealed that it will be penalizing UMC a total of $145 million for breaking local government laws on business ownership.
2010-06-29 Gov't investment boosts China IC industry
A new report from The Information Network found that the massive investments in China's semiconductor industry are paying off as internal production is making inroads on demand.
2007-10-31 Ex-UMC chief cleared of illegal investment charges
Robert Tsao, former UMC chairman, has been cleared by the Hsinchu District Court of charges involving alleged illegal investments in China.
2008-09-23 Analysis: Trouble in China foundry biz?
Chinese companies stormed into the silicon foundry market in the early part of the decade with the supportfinancial and otherwiseof a government determined to make China a force in the global semiconductor industry.
2006-01-03 UMC chairman to resign amid snafus
Robert Tsao announces his plans to resign as chairman and board member of Taiwan foundry specialist United Microelectronics Corp.
2009-06-02 Report: Taiwan investment to boost China IC industry
A new report from The Information Network stated that Mainland China's cross-straits investment in Taiwan will help the island country to survive the global crisis and at the same time help fix its own IC market.
2009-10-07 iSuppli sees foundries thinning ranks in 2010
The global semiconductor foundry market is expected to return to growth in 2010, but with less players.
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