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2008-04-09 Slight changes mark IC-equipment ranking
The fab-tool rankings experienced a minor change in 2007, reports Gartner Inc.
2005-04-18 Nanoimprint litho makes its mark at SPIE
While nanoimprint vendors made impressive claims in a recent conference in California, analysts noted that the market is in its infancy.
2006-10-18 Kyocera, SunPower mark solar breakthroughs
Kyocera Corp. and SunPower Corp. separately claimed major breakthroughs in the solar-cell arena.
2006-10-02 China fabs miss growth forecast mark
China's market for new fabs and IC equipment is falling short of expectations for sizzling long-term growth, as companies juggle their need for profitability with a government directive to ramp up a host of 200mm and 300mm wafer fabs that are now on the drawing board.
2007-01-23 Xilinx sees weak outlook
Xilinx Inc. announced net revenues of $450.7 million in Q3 of fiscal 2007, down 4 percent sequentially from the prior quarter and flat with the same quarter a year ago.
2006-09-11 Worldwide fab capacity rose 91.2% in Q2
Worldwide fab-capacity utilization rose above the 90 percent level in the Q2 of 2006, with leading-edge processes hovering around the 96 percent range, according to the SICAS organization.
2007-01-11 VLSI sees 'pressure points' in '07
In a mixed forecast, VLSI Research Inc. predicts that IC revenues will increase 5.2 percent in 2007, while the equipment market will grow at 4.8 percent this year.
2006-06-28 Vitesse to be delisted from Nasdaq
Communications chipmaker Vitesse Semiconductor said its common stock will be delisted from the Nasdaq National Market on June 28.
2006-06-15 Verigy IPO gets lukewarm reception
Agilent spin-off Verigy issued 8.5 million shares of common stock at its initial public offering, but got a lukewarm reception.
2006-04-21 UMC fabs Sonos memory IC
United Microelectronics Corp. has made a new type of memory on a foundry basis for Solid State System Co.
2006-01-20 U.S. to open WiMAX spectrum
Looking to stay ahead of Asian and European rivals in broadband deployment, the United States is making an aggressive bid to open up spectrum for emerging WiMAX technology.
2006-10-11 TSMC, UMC post lower sales in September
Rival silicon foundry giants TSMC and UMC separately saw their sales slip in September.
2006-05-22 TSMC speeds up 45nm intro
TSMC disclosed some of the first details of its new and advanced 45nm process, with plans to accelerate the introduction of the offering in 2007.
2006-05-09 TSMC shakes up foundry spin-off Vanguard
Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd has moved to disband the board and executive team at its troubled foundry spin-off, Taiwan's Vanguard International Semiconductor Corp.
2006-08-11 TSMC increases investments in local design house, sensor foundry
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has separately increased its investments in two Taiwanese companiesGlobal Unichip Corp. and VisEra Technologies Co. Ltd.
2006-08-30 TSMC files patent, trade secret suit against SMIC
Silicon foundry TSMC has once again filed a patent and trade secret suit against archrival SMIC for "breach of an agreement" over a settlement in a patent suit filed back in 2005.
2006-01-11 TSMC CEO takes shots at fab-tool makers
An executive from TSMC took some surprising and subtle pot shots at the IC-equipment industry, urging vendors to improve their overall costs, lead times and productivity levels.
2006-10-13 Transmeta sues Intel for patent infringement
Transmeta has filed a lawsuit against Intel for patent infringement. The suit alleges that Intel infringed upon ten of Transmeta's patents on computer architecture and power efficiency technologies.
2006-02-13 Toshiba, SanDisk to boost spending on flash fab
In an effort to keep up with huge demand for its NAND flash-memory devices, SanDisk and Toshiba said that they plan to boost the investment and production levels of its 300mm fab venture in Japan.
2006-03-15 Toshiba, SanDisk tip new fabagain
According to reports, Toshiba will spend billions of yen to build another new 300mm fab, with construction slated to start by 2009.
2006-07-14 Toshiba, SanDisk name flash-memory JV
Moving to expand its ties, Toshiba and SanDisk blessed and gave a new name its previously-announced NAND flash-memory fab venture.
2006-07-07 Toshiba, Rambus sign patent deal
Rambus has signed a new patent license agreement with Toshiba, granting Toshiba a license to Rambus patents for SDRAM and DDR SDRAM memory controllers.
2006-10-13 Toshiba, Rambus expand memory interface agreement
Toshiba Corp. and Rambus Inc. have expanded their memory-interface licensing agreement.
2006-01-19 Tool B:B, capacity falls amid slowdown
Amid a slowdown in fab utilization, the worldwide chip-equipment book-to-bill ratio hit 1.01 in December, down from 1:08 in November, according to VLSI Research Inc.
2007-02-23 TI tips IC-production efforts
Texas Instruments elaborated on its IC-manufacturing strategy, saying that it will shortly announce a new strategic deal with a silicon foundry provider.
2006-05-05 TI qualifies foundries for 65nm process
Texas Instruments is qualifying select silicon foundries for its 65nm process as part of an aggressive ramp for the technology.
2006-06-27 Thermal management ICs generate market heat
Databeans Inc. thinks thermal management ICs are hot. With revenue hitting $674 million in 2005, the firm believes this market could reach just under $2 billion in 5 years.
2006-02-06 Tessera sues ST, ASE, SPIL, STATS, Siliconware
Tessera Technologies said that it has expanded its legal efforts by filing a patent suit against five companies: ASE, ChipMOS, STATS ChipPAC, STMicroelectronics and Siliconware.
2006-03-03 Tensions high in China, Taiwan
Tensions are running high again between Beijing and Taipeia series of events that could rattle the worldwide electronics supply chain.
2006-08-24 Taiwan's $61M branding campaign to help SMEs
The government of Taiwan has launched a $61 million "branding" initiative, which is aimed to push the economy from being production-based to knowledge-based.
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