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2009-08-25 Trio drives MEMS for aerospace, defense
Tower Semiconductor Ltd, Jazz Semiconductor Inc. and SVTC Technologies have signed an MOU that will expand Tower and Jazz's aerospace and defense (A&D) MEMS customer base.
2002-05-08 Conexant names foundry spin-off
Launched to serve the mixed-signal and RF semiconductor segments, Jazz Semiconductor will be christened May 6 and will occupy the fabrication facility located at Conexant's headquarters in California.
2005-08-15 With FSA Spice checklist in place, is oversight needed?
The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA)'s standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist has been finalized and published. All of the major foundries have pledged to deliver the completed checklist with all Spice models by the end of the year.
2005-02-22 Wireless company to license TSR technology to China Electronics
Wireless communications company TechnoConcepts Inc. announced Thursday it has entered into a license agreement with Chinese conglomerate China Electronics Corp. for its patented True Software Radio (TSR) technology.
2009-01-09 Tower Semi receives $20M investment
Israel Corp. has made a $20 million cash investment in Tower Semiconductor Ltd, in accordance with their agreement announced Sept. 25, 2008.
2006-09-07 Stereo codecs extend battery life in portable devices
TI said its new audio codecs extends battery life by lowering power consumption in portable devices like digital still cameras and portable media players.
2005-09-16 Startup integrates DVB-T tuner tasks
RF Magic Inc. has taken all the circuitry required for a DVB-T tuner and integrated it onto an 8mm x 8mm QFN-lead IC.
2003-11-11 Startup eyes RF chips at China's booming handset market
A small startup based in China developing RF chips is looking to capture 50 percent of the country's fast-growing market for PHS handsets.
2010-05-20 ST stays on top of MEMS foundry market
STMicroelectronics Inc. maintains its lead in the MEMS foundry business with some 40 percent share in 2009, according to Yole Developpement.
2009-10-08 Specialty foundries seek new growth opportunities
Gearing for the next IC upturnand perhaps survival over the long runspecial foundry providers are rolling out new strategies and processes.
2005-06-08 Spansion, Applied, National join "Fab Club&quot
The Fab Owners Association, a non-profit organization set up to promote cooperative efforts between member companies and to solve common manufacturing problems, has announced that Spansion, Applied Materials and National Semiconductor have joined its ranks
2006-03-28 SMIC tops Chartered in '05 foundry rankings
SMIC topped Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing for third place in the worldwide silicon foundry rankings in 2005, according to Gartner Dataquest Inc.
2016-03-22 SiTime still standing tall in MEMS timing devices industry
With 90% market share, SiTime has maintained the industry leadership it has held in the last eight years. It has sold more than 400 million devices since 2005.
2007-01-29 SiP lacks EDA tool support
System-in-package (SiP) may be an increasingly attractive alternative to SoCs, but EDA tool support is sorely lacking.
2012-03-30 Singapore firm crafts wire bonding tech
The process produces a high strength, ultra-fine glass coating surrounding a soft metal core and able to scale down to 4 microns, far smaller than the 16-14 microns current wire can scale.
2008-07-04 Silicon TV tuners speed past the CAN
Until the most recent product announcements, silicon tuners have fallen well short of the performance offered by hand-tuned CAN tuners. But one company in particular seems to have focused on achieving the best possible silicon solutions for fixed TV tuners: XCeive Inc.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2006-03-22 Semiconductors aid Chinese focus on IP issues
As China and the United States prepare for the annual Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade early next month, the thorny issue of IP protection is pushing to the forefront again.
2004-06-18 RFMD forms packaging assembly unit in Beijing
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) has established an assembly facility at its Beijing, China, location to provide internal module packaging capabilities.
2007-07-05 RF startup gets more than cash from Intel Capital
Intel Capital appears prepared to offer something in addition to cash in its investment package for RF startup Mirics Semiconductor.
2007-11-19 RF MEMS clears way for software radio on-a-chip
WiSpry is sampling the first integrated RF MEMS, and the company says its forthcoming line of RF-MEMS devices will eventually yield the holy grail of RF: software radio.
2006-11-28 Private equity eyes Taiwan test house
Private equity firm Carlyle Group is making a move to acquire Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc., a Taiwan test and assembly house, for $5.46 billion.
2011-05-02 MEMS foundry rankings shuffle
The top 20 foundries achieved 10 percent year-on-year growth in 2010 on combined sales of about $535 million, with those doing in-house production dominating the consumer and automotive markets.
2008-03-17 MEMS face quartz-crystal giants
MEMS represent the final frontier in microminiaturization-downsizing this necessary mechanical reference signal from the millimeter scale of quartz-crystals to the nanoscale of ICs.
2009-10-15 Korea firm turns to Tower for foundry services
South Korea's C&S Technology taps Tower Semiconductor Ltd to manufacture power automotive devices..
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.
2007-12-03 Is it a fab-lite diet for analogs, too?
As digital IDMs increasingly turn to foundries for their production needs, an inevitable question arises: Will the big analog IDMs follow the same path and move toward fab-lite or even fabless strategies?
2014-02-11 Is IBM ready to let go of its semiconductor biz?
Talks about the potential sale of IBM's semiconductor business have come up time again and this time, reports identified Globalfoundries as the potential buyer.
2004-04-19 Iomega pins storage market comeback hopes on rigid media
Iomega has introduced a rigid magnetic disk cartridge it hopes will be competitive with CD-RW disks and tape cartridges used for small business backup.
2009-08-17 Intersil, Tower ink power management deal
Intersil and Tower Semiconductor have partnered to co-develop a power management specialty process technology platform.
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