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What is a core?
A core usually refers to a reusable block of semiconductor intellectual property. It may also be called semiconductor IP (SIP) or IP core.
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2008-04-08 Yingli bags PV contracts in South Korea
Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has signed sales contracts with Korean companies Korea Electric Power Industrial Development Corp. (KEPID), and Kaycom Corp.
2002-05-27 Woojin Korea acquires assets of US Electronics
Woojin Korea Co. Ltd has purchased the assets of US Electronics Inc. from TVC Communications.
2005-06-22 WiMAX trials slated for Georgia, South Korea
Intel's campaign to promote WiMAX high-speed wireless picked up important support in recent days as South Korea's KT Corp. said it plans to introduce the service and AT&T said it will test the service in Georgia this fall.
2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication.
2010-10-22 US CE association pushes for China, South Korea trade
Gary Shapiro, president of the Consumer Electronics Association, asked US politicians to stop bashing China, enact a fair trade pact with South Korea, and reclaim leadership in technology.
2011-07-27 Unity Technologies opens facility in South Korea
Unity Korea will serve as a localization and support center that will be led by country manager William Hugo Yang.
2013-05-29 Ultra-thin, hybrid PCs continue to be a hit in Korea
GfK recently reported that the ultra-thin and hybrid laptops make up 24 per cent of total laptop volume sales in South Korea and have garnered an increasing share of the local laptop market.
2006-02-06 U.S. seeks free trade agreement with South Korea
U.S. Trade Representative Rob Portman announced the initiation of negotiations with South Korea on a free trade agreement that would remove tariffs and other trade barriers between the two countries.
2002-09-12 Tritech to represent Silicon Metrics in South Korea
Silicon Metrics Corp. has signed Tritech Systems Inc. to represent its entire SiliconSmart product line in South Korea.
2002-10-07 Trigen distributes Fortinet VPNs in South Korea
Trigen Infocomm and Fortinet Inc. have collaborated to mainstream information security solutions across public networks in South Korea, through the use of VPN.
2010-03-04 TowerJazz helps boost Korea IC design
TowerJazz has signed an agreement with Korea's IC Design Education Center (IDEC) to accelerate the country's specialty IC design expertise.
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.
2006-04-04 TI opens research center in Korea, says report
Texas Instruments Inc. opened a wireless technology research center aimed at multimedia mobile communications in Seoul, Korea, on March 28.
2002-08-09 Three-Five partners with Accupix for Korea market
Three-Five Systems Inc. has established Accupix as an authorized Three-Five development partner for Korea.
2013-09-30 Thailand, South Korea gov't incentives boost PV installations
Annual installations in emerging countries such as Thailand and Turkey are expected to increase to 10.9GW in 2017, expanding at a CAGR of 38 per cent from 2.2GW in 2012, noted IHS.
2012-01-27 Telit completes South Korea 'smart farm'
Telit's smart farm specifically allows farmers to monitor and control cold climate greenhouses remotely via their smartphone.
2003-10-01 Tech careers in Korea show mixed signals
The aftermath of the economic slump had left South Korea with a mixed population of mostly skeptics and only a few optimists.
2016-03-02 Taiwan leapfrogs S. Korea as fab capacity leader
IC Insights said Taiwan beat South Korea in 2015 as the global leader in semiconductor fab capacity with Taiwan accounting for 21.7 per cent of total capacity, edging out South Korea at 20.5 per cent.
2002-01-28 Synopsys signs licensing agreement with South Korea's ETRI
Synopsys Inc. has signed a licensing agreement with the ETRI IT SoC Support Center, a South Korea-based incubator for startups to develop complex SoC designs.
2007-10-05 SunPower sets up 2MW solar plant in Korea
SunPower Corp. announced it will work with Korean energy company EnE System to build a 2MW solar electric power plant in Jeonju, a city in the Jeolla province of Korea.
2002-12-03 SuninTech distributes DS2 chipset in Korea
SuninTechnology Inc. has signed a distribution agreement with Spain-based DS2 Inc.
2010-11-04 ST, ARM showcase young Korea talent in robot design
STMicroelectronics and ARM have just sponsored the Explorer Robot Challenge 2010, a design contest that promotes space robotics and general robot research among university students and young engineers in Korea.
2007-04-09 South Korea-U.S. FTA to benefit engineering, R&D
South Korean Ministry of Science and Technology said it expects the free trade agreement (FTA) reached between South Korea and the U.S. to assist the active exchange in the engineering and R&D sectors between the countries.
2005-05-04 South Korea, Taiwan continue to lead TFT-LCD market
Research firm iSuppli Corp. forecasts a close competition between TFT-LCD panel makers from South Korea and Taiwan this year.
2002-05-08 South Korea, India to establish IT venture
The Ministry of Information and Communication in South Korea and the Indian government have agreed to establish an IT venture worth $20 million in a bid to expand India's CDMA wireless network.
2008-09-16 South Korea, Germany shine brighter than U.S. in solar energy
It's a sunnier climate for solar equipment makers in Germany and South Korea than in the beach state of California in the United States, according to presentations from leaders of the three hot spots competing for global investment from the emerging green tech industry.
2005-01-11 South Korea's tech product exports forecast to become sluggish
Growth in South Korean exports of technology products will slow this year, hurt by the increasing value of South Korea's currency, the won, and the moderating growth of some of its key IT applications, including cell phones and semiconductors.
2006-05-26 South Korea's tech competitiveness seen eroding
An analyst warned that South Korea faces eroding competitiveness in the global market for consumer goods like LCD panels and TVs as well as mobile phones.
2006-02-03 South Korea's T-DMB to debut in India
South Korea said it will begin trials this month of a homegrown terrestrial digital multimedia broadcasting system in India.
2006-07-14 South Korea's IT exports to reach $112.4B
South Korea's overseas shipments of its information technology products are expected to grow nearly 10 percent over 2005, despite the strong Korean won, fierce competition and high oil prices, a government report said.
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