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2007-02-06 SMIC considers IPO in Beijing
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) is mulling the possibility of spinning off its 300mm wafer operations in Beijing for a domestic initial public offering, according to sources.
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession.
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.
2007-01-01 Samsung piles chips for thin MCPs
Samsung Electronics' advanced packaging technology piles 16 chips on top of each at an unbelievable height of only 1.4mm.
2006-05-05 Rambus reasserts pressure in Asia
Rambus is knocking on the doors of DRAM and memory controller makers in Asia with the hope of striking licensing agreements that cover its patents in memory technology.
2006-09-01 Pushing past trials, WiMAX footprint grows
If the optimistic market analyses are correct, WiMAX could nab nine million subscribers worldwide by 2009, not counting infrastructure applications in cellular backhaul.
2007-01-24 ProMOS eyes 'leased' fab in Chongqing
Memory maker ProMOS Technologies intends to operate a government built-fab in central China, in another sign of the Chinese upping the ante to lure big chipmakers.
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.
2007-02-08 PMP chips push Actions' revenue up
China's Actions Semiconductor rang up a double-digit increase in revenues for 2006 and remained one of the industry's most profitable companies despite its origins in the commodity MP3 space.
2006-09-01 One-chip core logic eyes ultramobile PCs
Via Technologies Inc. is set to launch a single-chip core logic platform that squeezes a host of connectivity options and multimedia acceleration into a 35mm2 footprint.
2007-01-31 Oki moves more design to Faraday
Oki Electric Industry intends to hand off more work to Faraday, an ASIC design services house in Taiwan that works closely with United Microelectronics Corp., the company said Monday.
2006-04-17 Niche strategy brings success in Taiwan
Small companies in Taiwan are exploring niche opportunities that promise high-margin returns in a bid to shield themselves from cutthroat competition at home and abroad.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2006-10-06 Multimedia subsystems target China, Taiwan CE market
Looking to cater to its growing business in Taiwan and China, ARC International has released a tighter implementation of its multimedia subsystems specifically aimed at SoCs running low-cost audio and video players.
2006-01-16 Multimedia processors arm for price, feature race
Taiwan's Mobilic Technology will launch two IC product lines that promise features of a high-end smart phone at very low cost.
2007-01-01 Multimedia ICs target China's PMP market
In a bid to woo PMP manufacturers in China, Vimicro Corp. has launched a line of multimedia chips complete with reference designs and software.
2006-05-03 MPEG licensing body makes deals in China
Intellectual property clearing house MPEG LA is making moves to deepen its reach into China, inking agreements in Beijing on April 27.
2007-02-15 More than 1B Wi-Fi chips to ship in 2012, report says
By the end of 2008, more than 1 billion Wi-Fi chipsets will have rolled into the market, according to a recent report by ABI Research.
2006-08-01 MobileMedia framed for Windows
Nvidia Corp., recently unveiled its MobileMedia Platform for handheld devices that use Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0.
2007-02-01 Mobile TV outlook remains dim
The immediate outlook remains dim for solving the tangled web of problems tripping up broadcast mobile TV.
2006-04-27 Microsoft attacked over China piracy rates
Microsoft remains cautious on how long it will take for China to stamp out rampant piracy.
2006-12-01 Micron ups ante with 1Gbit DDR3
Micron Technology Inc. recently launched a 1Gbit chip made in its 78nm process, tapping the huge potential of the emerging DDR3 generation of double-data-rate memory.
2007-03-01 Memory maker enters sensor business
ProMOS Technologies Inc.'s move into CMOS image sensors will let the memory maker use its older production capacity and capitalize on growing demand from the mobile phone business.
2006-12-06 Mandating China mobile TV spec, bad move
China's move to force-feed a new mobile TV standard is a bad move and adds further pressure to implement some sort of mobile TV service by the 2008 Summer Olympics.
2007-01-01 Major China telecom picks AVS for IPTV rollout
AVS backers scored a significant victory when China Netcom picked it over H.264 for an IPTV rollout.
2006-08-16 Mainland readies own memory card format
Adding to a confounding array of choices for consumers, a group in mainland China is wrapping up what will become the sixth memory card to reach the market.
2007-01-15 Macronix reworks SONOS for next-gen flash
Macronix is working on a flash memory structure, SONOS, that it believes will dismantle the barriers expected to confront today's floating-gate technology at the 45nm node.
2006-10-27 Low-cost phones soar in China
The market for ultralow-cost handsets is beginning to take off faster than expected in China.
2006-05-19 Live TV over cellphones launched in HK
PCCW is preempting the arrival of terrestrial-based broadcast services by deploying an early, simplified version of a specification designed to deliver live TV services over cellular networks.
2006-01-16 Karaoke chip duo takes act to China
China's Chipnuts Technology brings karaoke to millions of phones.
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