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2007-03-01 Zigbee vet strives to reduce cost of solutions
Wireless microcontroller specialist Jennic is putting the marker down for next-generation Zigbee-compliant devices at sub-$2 prices in 100,000-plus units.
2006-09-13 Xyratex expands data storage operations in Asia
Xyratex, a spinoff in 1994 from IBM's data storage and manufacturing operations, has acquired Jastam Trading of Japan for about $1.5 million.
2006-03-08 Vodafone confirms talks on sale of Japanese unit
Vodafone Group has confirmed that it is talking to SoftBank about a possible sale of a stake in or outright disposal of its struggling Japanese subsidiary Vodafone K.K.
2006-11-30 TurboConcept ports its WiMax IP on Lattice FPGAs
TurboConcept has ported and tested its TC1000-WiMAX, an 802.16 Convolutional Turbo Code decoder IP core, on Lattice's FPGA devices.
2006-08-02 TTPCom's 3G protocol tech gains GCF, IOT accreditations
TTPCom has become the first company to have its 3G multi-platform protocol technology accredited by both the GCF and IOT handset testing organizations.
2006-02-03 Trio combine for Wi-Fi/cellular handset ref design
Quorum Systems, TTPCom and Analog Devices have collaborated on a GSM/Voice-over-Wi-Fi dual-mode handset reference design.
2007-01-25 Toshiba, Broadcom ink IP licensing deal with ARM
ARM has extended its IP licensing deals with Toshiba and Broadcom, with the former agreeing to use ARM's PrimeCell products in its SoC designs, as well as the AMBA Designer tool.
2006-08-29 Toshiba to make Microsoft's new PMPs
Toshiba will manufacture Microsoft's upcoming portable media player, dubbed the Zune, which is planned to be released by the end of the year. The news filtered out after the Japanese group filed details of an HDD portable audio player with the FCC that looks exactly the same as the Zune device.
2006-07-06 TI, Broadcom file complaints against Qualcomm in Korea
Texas Instruments and Broadcom have lodged complaints against Qualcomm with South Korea's Fair Trade Commission alleging that the cellphone modem chip maker had abused its dominant position in the market there.
2006-04-05 TI converges on Bluetooth, WLAN and FM audio
Texas Instruments has started sampling to selected mobile phone designers a device that integrates mobile WLAN, Bluetooth and FM stereo audio in one chip.
2006-11-14 STMicro, Taiwanese groups team on solar power
STMicroelectronics is teaming up with Delta Electronics Inc. of Taiwan and its majority-owned subsidiary DelSolar Co. Ltd for the development of solar power technologies.
2006-10-19 ST, Nanotron team-up for location networks
STMicroelectronics and Nanotron Technologies have joined forces to develop complete designs for wireless control and sensor networks targeted at the real time location systems market.
2006-03-29 Spansion partners with Qualcomm, ARM to expand handset presence
Flash memory supplier Spansion has inked deals with Qualcomm and ARM that help expand its offerings for the wireless market and expands its logic-on-flash line-up.
2006-09-11 Spansion embeds Discretix's security IP in handsets
Spansion Inc. has embedded Discretix's CryptoFlash security technology into the memory supplier's security processor for devices targeted at mobile handsets.
2006-11-08 SK Telecom invests in Wavesat
WiMAX chip specialist Wavesat has completed what it says is a "significant" round of funding led by South Korean network supplier SK Telecom that should take the company to profitability.
2007-01-15 Sisvel extends MPEG patent dispute with SanDisk
Sisvel is putting more pressure on MP3 player maker SanDisk to settle an increasingly acrimonious patent dispute.
2006-03-28 Siemens sells remaining 18% stake in Infineon
Siemens has sold its remaining 18 percent stake in Infineon Technologies for $1.4 billion in a placement managed by Goldman Sachs.
2006-04-18 Samsung, Matsushita escalate patent war
Samsung SDI has filed a lawsuit against Matsushita Electric Industrial in the United States, seeking to nullify the Japanese flat panel maker's patents, according to report in FT.com.
2006-05-10 Samsung investment boosts system LSI segment
Samsung Electronics is investing $314 million to increase its capacity for making system LSIs in a move to boost its non-memories manufacturing production.
2006-01-06 Samsung Electronics' market value tops $100 billion
The market capitalization of Samsung Electronics exceeded $100 billion, making the company one of only four in Asia to reach that mark.
2006-11-24 Saifun, SMIC extend partnership to 8Gbit flash
Saifun Semiconductors has teamed with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. to develop and make 8Gbit Data flash, which the partners anticipate will be available by 2008.
2006-06-01 Researchers focus on efficient flat light source
Researchers at Princeton University and the University of Southern California are claiming a major breakthrough in OLEDs for use as a flat, energy-efficient, natural light source.
2005-11-21 Renesas, Access embed infrared into handsets
Renesas Technology Corp. has partnered with mobile net browser specialist Access Co. Ltd on the development of a 4Mbps infrared communications solution for mobile handsets.
2006-01-05 Rambus, AMD ink patent licensing deal
Advanced Micro Devices is paying $75M over the next five years to use a range of Rambus technologies in a deal that specifically excludes AMD using the patents to manufacture Rambus-designed memory chips.
2006-10-16 Qimonda hands 80nm DRAM tech to Winbond
Qimonda and Winbond Electronics have extended their DRAM manufacturing partnership. The new agreement calls for Qimondato transfer its 80nm DRAM trench technology to Winbond's 300mm facility in Taichung, Taiwan.
2006-08-01 Platform group's goal: Unify Linux for handsets
Handset makers Motorola, NEC, Samsung Electronics and Panasonic have joined with telecom operators NTT Docomo and Vodafone in a bid to create a reference implementation built around a consistent set of Linux APIs for use by manufacturers and tool developers.
2006-11-23 picoChip sets up devt center in Beijing
picoChip has set up a development center in China to augment a sales and engineering support operation in Shenzhen that it established two years ago.
2006-10-17 Philips to sell mobile phone unit to China Electronics
Royal Philips Electronics is set to sell the remainder of its mobile phone manufacturing operations to China Electronics Corporation.
2006-12-07 Philips to miss 2006 CE target
Royal Philips Electronics is set to miss its 2006 target of 4 percent operating margins in the consumer electronics division, which generates about 40 percent of group sales.
2007-01-03 Philips sells APM biz to Taiwan's Lite-On
Royal Philips Electronics is selling the manufacturing operations of its Automotive Playback Modules business to Lite-On IT Corp. of Taiwan.
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