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2006-10-25 Zilog to increase investment in Shanghai center
Zilog disclosed its plan to increase investment in its Shanghai design center so that it can be more responsive to its increasing number of local customers.
2006-07-17 What's in a name? Ask Acer's founder
Stan Shih recently spoke with EE Times' Mike Clendenin about Asia's next brands, China's role in the tech world and why invention isn't the only kind of innovation.
2006-03-22 WAPI battle exposes technology rifts with China
Standards battles are usually black-and-blue affairs. But few have risen to the level of rancor surrounding the clash between the IEEE's 802.11i standard and China's domestic wireless-LAN standard, called WAPI.
2006-11-13 Vimicro ponders on mobile TV chip
Vimicro Corp. intends to develop a demodulator for mobile TV, furthering its push into multimedia chips for mobile phones.
2006-06-01 Vimicro ICs eye handset mainstream
After making its mark in image processors for PC cameras, then moving into audio chips for cellphones, Chinese fabless company Vimicro Corp. is bringing it all together in its first line of multimedia chips for midrange feature phones.
2006-08-01 Viiv to coexist with STBs
Intel Corp. is softening its stance on the central role of Viiv in the home, acknowledging that set-top boxes will continue to play a key part.
2007-01-10 UMC's new 300mm fab to open in '08
United Microelectronics Corp. said it foresees opening a new 300mm wafer plant in 2008.
2006-11-22 UMC produces 45nm SRAM chip
United Microelectronics Corp. has cleared a key 45nm process hurdle by producing an SRAM chip with a bit cell size of less than 0.25?m?.
2006-10-31 UMC making good progress on 65nm, analyst says
United Microelectronics Corp. is making decent progress on 65nm node development, according to an analyst at CLSA Asia Pacific Markets.
2006-12-18 Ultralow-cost handsets call for single chip
The market for ultralow-cost handsets is expected to grow quickly over the next three to four years, as more than two-thirds of new subscribers come from developing countries.
2006-07-20 U.S. seeks to change rules on China exports
The U.S. Department of Commerce is seeking to change the rules regarding high-tech exports to China, some of which are intended to make it easier to sell semiconductor equipment into its growing IC market.
2007-01-29 TSMC sticking with Crolles2
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. said it will remain a member of the troubled Crolles2 Allianceat least in the short term.
2006-11-09 TSMC invests $1.1B in 90-, 65nm
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. approved a plan to spend $1.1 billion to expand 65- and 90nm process capacity at its 300mm wafer fabs.
2006-01-11 Tsao, Hsuan indicted over He Jian, quit UMC
Robert Tsao, the chairman of foundry giant UMC resigned on Monday just hours before being indicted in Taiwan for allegedly making illegal investments in a Chinese foundry.
2007-01-01 Transmitter ICs enable PC's shift to HDMI
Silicon Image rolled out a pair of VastLane HDMI transmitters that provide PC manufacturers with a single-chip solution for driving digital output to PC monitors and HDTVs.
2006-09-14 Trade group inches China capex downward again
The Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International expects sales of semiconductor equipment in China to total $6.6 billion from 2006 through 2008. The estimate is slightly lower than its estimate from several months ago.
2006-02-24 Tough sledding seen for Chinese foundry growth
Despite double-digit growth predicted for the semiconductor industry over the next few years, it will be tough for Chinese foundries to make additional market share gains, says Semico Research.
2007-03-01 Tools facilitate Wi-Fi protection
The Wi-Fi Alliance will roll out a handful of chips this quarter that support the alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
2006-12-14 Tokyo university, Taiwan firms develop 512-core chip
The University of Tokyo recently finished up work on a 512 core chip in collaboration with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Alchip Technologies, a fabless ASIC company also from Taiwan.
2006-06-16 Time for Taiwan to pick up the pace
Plainly said, Taiwan's government deserves little credit for approving two investments in China recently
2006-12-18 Tester, ICs boost TD-SCDMA's chances in China
China-based Tektronix Inc. and Rising Microelectronics Co. Ltd will have TD-SCDMA transceiver technology available, casting aside a few more roadblocks on China's domestic third-generation standard.
2007-02-27 Tech camps dubious on US-China export plan
Tightening U.S. export controls over technology shipped to China ignited fears that U.S. high-tech gear bound for one of the world's fastest-growing economies will become mired in a tangle of red tape.
2006-11-06 Taiwan's design houses continue to attract buyouts
The times are improving for acquisitions of Taiwanese fabless design houses. Their technology is improving, while valuations remain reasonableat least compared to U.S. companies.
2006-10-31 Taiwan to ship 281M handsets by '08
Taiwan handset shipments are expected to hit 281 million in 2008, or about 26 percent of global shipments, according to ABI Research.
2006-12-27 Taiwan handset ODMs face pressure from EMS players
Taiwan firms will ship about 123 million cellphones this year, accounting for 12 percent of a global market.
2006-12-18 Taiwan fabless buyouts not yet in the bag
Improving tech sophistication and reasonable valuations have made fabless Taiwan companies prime acquisition targets. However, persuading their founders to sell out remains a tough challenge.
2006-10-02 Taiwan design firms boost SoC IP offerings
As design cycles for consumer electronics gear and communications devices quicken, Taiwan design companies have been bolstering their IP offerings to round out basic SoC platforms into which clients plug a proprietary block.
2006-10-02 Sunplus beefs up cellular chip design team
Sunplus Technology is rapidly building up an engineering team to strengthen its push into chips for cellphones.
2007-03-01 Startup preps chip support for China 3G
It's still in startup mode, but China's RDA Microelectronics is aggressively pursuing several applications for its RF and power amplifier chips, including 3G, PHS and FM tuners.
2007-01-26 Spansion develops 'first' 4bit-per-cell flash
After nearly five years of development, Spansion Inc. is pushing its 4bit-per-cell MirrorBit flash memory into production this quarter with densities ranging from 256Mbit to 2Gbit.
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