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2011-09-28 Cadence releases expanded verification IP portfolio
The new protocol and memory model verification IP (VIP) will accelerate the adoption of the latest mobile standards, says Cadence
2012-12-19 Broadcom, Qualcomm move up in latest ranking from Gartner
Qualcomm has jumped three places to take third place while Broadcom posted a growth of 8.8 present to move to ninth place.
2013-10-02 Apple sticks to usual design, pricing for iPhone 5c
With the iPhone 5c, Apple continues pricing and hardware design that is almost identical to the original iPhone 5, an IHS teardown reveals.
2013-01-02 Analyst: IC revenues to top $319B in 2013
IDC forecasted that global semiconductor revenues will grow 4.9 per cent this year, logging a CAGR of 4.1 per cent from 2011-2016, reaching $368 billion in 2016.
2009-10-14 Analysis: Will Tessera's optics venture pay off?
Realizing the need for new engine for growth Tessera ventured into the imaging and optics market in hopes to replicate its success in DRAM IP
2010-07-06 Analysis: Can Micron hold on to its good fortune?
In just one year, Micron Technology Inc. doubled its quarterly revenue, turned a $300 million net loss into a $940 million net income and appears poised for more giddy growth over the next year.
2006-05-16 Advanced memories still struggle in mobiles
Memory research managers themselves have scaled back their rhetoric in the past, avoiding the term universal memory altogether. Freescale, Intel and Texas Instruments are dealing with memory designs.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2007-03-20 A tale of 'haves vs. have-nots' and AMD
Market research firms IC Insights and iSuppli have ranked their top 25 IC vendors in 2006.
2010-05-04 512Mbit PRAM comes in multi-chip package
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has begun shipping what it claims is the first multi-chip package (MCP) with phase-change RAM (PRAM) for use in mobile handsets beginning later this quarter
2007-10-23 32Mbit SDRAM design cuts cost of SiPs for handsets
Inapac Technology's new 32Mbit SDRAM design makes it easier and more cost-efficient to create SiPs for a new generation of mobile handset applications
2007-01-25 2GB DDR2 memory module features 800MHz operating speed
Hynix has developed a 2Gbyte DDR2 memory module with operating speeds of 800MHz, which makes it the fastest of its kind in the industry, the company said.
2010-07-30 2Gb 50nm DDR2 supports Oak Trail
Micron's new 2Gb 50nm DDR2 provides key benefits to the upcoming Intel Atom (Oak Trail) Platform. Micron is expected to begin sampling its device in September 2010, with production planned for Q4 2010.
2011-01-06 2011 forecast from Semico
Semico Research Co. reveals seven key predictions for the coming year. NAND flash, ASIC, SoCs get special mention.
2010-02-03 1Gbit DDR2 SDRAM boasts 4GBps transfer rate
Integrated Silicon Solution's 1Gbit DDR2 SDRAM comes with clock speeds up to 533MHz (DDR2-1066), providing a data transfer rate of 4GBps in 32bit systems.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption
2006-07-11 Winbond announces June revenue, looks forward to Q3
Winbond Electronics Corp., a supplier of IC product solutions, announced its revenue results for the month of June 2006.
2015-08-24 SK Hynix invests $1.8M in image sensor start-up
Memory chipmaker SK Hynix invests about $1.8 million and acquires a 9.1 per cent stake in Silicon Valley start-up Stratio Technology to boost its portfolio in the growing image sensor industry.
2001-04-15 Multichip DRAMs serve graphics apps
No technology can last forever. So the question arises: how long can multichip package solutions last in the diverse and rapidly changing graphics market?
2006-12-05 Mosaid acquires PSRAM patent portfolio
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has acquired a portfolio of pseudo-SRAM (PSRAM) technology, consisting of three U. S. patents, three Taiwan patents and three Korea patents.
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
2002-06-11 ISSI rolls 64Mb SDRAM
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has introduced the IS42S32200A 64Mb SDRAM that operates at clock speeds of up to 200MHz.
2003-05-07 Infineon, Cypress, Micron rolls out 32Mb CellularRAM products
Infineon Technologies AG, together with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Micron Technology Inc., is sampling 32Mb CellularRAM devices.
2009-01-27 Deconstructing Samsung's reshuffle
Samsung continues to reorganize its management ranks, as part of a strategy to boost its sagging bottom line and create fewer conflicts within its chip unit.
2015-07-20 Chip sales suffer from plunge in PCs, smartphones demand
Gartner forecasted that chips sales will rise only 2.2 per cent this year and have a nearly flat 1.3 per cent growth next year; chip growth will return to a more typical 4-5 per cent from 2017-2019.
2010-10-12 30nm-process 2-Gb DDR3 SDRAM yields 45% more chips per wafer
Elpida Memory Inc. announced completion of a 30nm process 2-gigabit DDR3 SDRAM.
2005-06-20 Taiwan memory chip firms post slight growth in May revenues
Memory chipmakers based in Taiwan registered an average growth of 3 to 4 percent in their revenues in May as shipment of DRAM chips surged
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
2010-09-24 Smartphone memory problems down the road
Smartphone makers face several new challenges on the memory front, especially as mobile products become more sophisticated and data-intensive, says RIM
2010-10-01 Semiconductor demand softening, inventories rising
Semiconductor market watcher iSuppli reduced its 2010 outlook to 32 percent due to slowdown in global demand for consumer electronics and accumulating semiconductor inventories in the supply chain. The relatively bright areas of the market are DRAM, voltage regulators, LEDs, programmable logic devices (PLDs) and data converters
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