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2006-01-10 SMIC to provide mfg services for ARC's processor technology
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. and ARC International plc announced a joint agreement to equip system-on-chip developers in mainland China with configurable technology
2005-03-23 SMT filter targets microwave apps
International Mfg Services introduced a new S-band, 2.4GHz low-pass, surface-mount filter for RF and microwave apps, including wireless local area networks, microwave communication links, radar systems, and wireless sensors and controls.
2005-07-19 Resistor eases visual inspection
A new line of partial wrap termination resistors from International Mfg Services provides an exposed solder fillet that is designed to facilitate visual inspection of the flip-chip's termination joint
2006-11-01 Standards body gives voice to chipmakers
Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International has set up the Manufacturing Technology Forum to give device and equipment suppliers an early voice in the standards-making process
2007-08-16 Southeast Asia turns into prime EMS hub
In varying degrees throughout the region, Southeast Asia is becoming a prime location for design and engineering services, highly sophisticated supply chains and complex product manufacturing
2012-09-10 Selecting the right EMS partner for medical apps
Know what medical OEMs should consider before deciding on an electronics manufacturing services partner
2016-05-12 More mega container ships to set sail despite capacity glut
Instead of adding capacity, container carriers should be working together to find long-term solutions to the industry-wide capacity glut conundrum.
2006-04-19 Cadence, SMIC co-develop AMS reference flow
Cadence and SMIC jointly developed an analog mixed-signal reference flow to address the needs of designers developing ICs for the consumer, networking and wireless markets.
2007-07-02 Euro fabs take niche path to avoid TSMC
Even as TSMC prepares to roll out a series of 45nm manufacturing process variants, the world's leading foundry is pursuing a two-pronged strategy that is putting increasing pressure on its European competitors.
2003-04-30 TSMC takes wraps off 65nm plans
In the face of stiff competition and a few lost customers, Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd has become more aggressive in making its case as a technology leader
2015-02-17 Hitachi builds automotive plant in Indonesia
Hitachi Automotive Systems will construct a new plant on a 55,000m2site located in the Greenland International Industrial Centre in Indonesia. Operation is expected to start in summer 2016
2004-10-29 Grace claims its close to 130nm process deal with U.S. IDM
Chinese foundry chip maker Grace Semiconductor Mfg Corp. said it is in the final stages of negotiating a technology transfer for a 0.13?m manufacturing process from a U.S.-based integrated device manufacturer
2012-04-11 Cloud to save manufacturing?
John Zysman argues that 'cloud-enhanced services' promise to take up much of the economic slack caused by the steady shift over the last several decades from manufacturing to services
2015-11-20 China's chip acquisitions send ripples across industry
The technologies and IP targeted by China include disk drives, CMOS image sensors, servers, memory chips and advanced semiconductor packaging and test services
2007-09-17 Cellphone makers shuffle in green ranking
Greenpeace International has updated its ranking of cellphone makers according to their environmental policies, and the pressure seems to have worked
2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2015-11-19 X-Fab invests in Malaysian wafer fab
The More-than-Moore chipmaker will invest $114 million in its wafer fab in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia to meet demand for 0.18?m and 0.35?m manufacturing.
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.
2011-08-17 U.S. beefs up control of fake chips in supply chain
An analysis of the U.S. government's effort to curb down fake chips, particularly from China, reveals a much serious problem within the supply chain and the country's important installations.
2015-12-23 Toshiba lets go of consumer biz amid reorg plan
The Japanese company that makes everything from NAND flash chips to washing machines expects roughly $51.28 billion in sales for its current fiscal year, down from $55 billion last year.
2011-10-14 The move toward 3D chips
Semiconductor fabrication is moving toward 3D ICs and by next year, 3D chips will be available for commercialization.
2011-08-17 The fight against counterfeiting
Counterfeiting is an epidemic and has infiltrated the entire supply chain, so equipment manufacturers need to mount a strong defense.
2014-04-30 Thailand believes tech start-ups key to stronger economy
The country's strategic focus on science and innovation investments will soon create a reliable technology infrastructure, Thailand Board of Investment's Duangjai Asawachintachit said. The government is shooting for a 25% growth rate in the booming software industry.
2014-10-29 SMIC, ASML ink volume purchase deal
The deal is part of a strategic partnership between the companies that will help ease the expansion of SMIC's advanced technology capacities.
2015-01-20 Shift in China's mobile market threatens U.S. chip companies
Among big changes in the works are China Mobile's shift in procurement policy from five-mode smartphones to three-mode models and plans among Chinese apps processor vendors to embrace connectivity.
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.
2012-04-26 SEMICON panel highlights SEA's semiconductor opportunities
Experts highlight collaboration, R&D in cutting-edge technologies, and workforce development in Southeast Asia's semiconductor industries.
2015-01-28 Preventing embedded PCB design defects
Printed circuit board defects can remain unnoticed until failure occurs, so it is important to implement disciplined practices even at the early stages of design.
2015-03-11 Power electronics companies take diverse roads to success
The power electronics market is changing. Chinese companies' vertical integration is challenging diverse historical market leaders, while Europe and U.S. companies are pushing horizontal integration.
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