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2011-06-01 Memory chip makers cash in on higher PC demand
The Bedford Report has observed a surge in memory chip sales with the rapid increase in mobile demand. This trend will continue, especially with rising optimism that theDRAM market is turning around
2010-02-22 Memory architecture enables 4.3Gbit/s throughput
Rambus has introduced its Mobile XDR memory architecture for next-generation mobile products, combining high-bandwidth and low-power
2005-10-03 Mem glitches have been healed, Infineon says
Andreas Schaller outlines the necessary steps to regain Infineon's top position in the memory market.
2006-10-24 Media processor enables multiformat transcoding of digital video
LSI Logic's next-gen multicore transcoding media processor architecture, Domino[X], provides multiformat encoding, decoding and transcoding of digital video.
2008-04-08 MDDI LCD IC brings high-res video to portable CEs
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. (TAEC) has added to its portfolio of products supporting the company 's Mobile Strategic Initiative, the TC358722XBG mobile digital display interface LCD controller
2009-11-10 MCP memory geared for smart phones, MIDs
Micron's multi-chip package (MCP) memory includes a 4Gbit NAND flash memory die and a 2Gbit low-power DDR die.
2015-02-25 Marvell unveils novel interconnects, memory architectures
Marvell's MoChi interconnect is based on the ARM AXI link running at 8Gb/s or faster, while its Final-Level Cache technology aims to cut the amount of DRAM main memory needed in a system
2005-11-18 M-Systems, Infineon sign supply agreement
M-Systems and Infineon Technologies AG have signed an agreement on the supply of low-power Mobile-RAM for mobile devices
2007-06-01 Lower-voltage DDR2 DRAMs target data center apps
Micron Technology Inc. recently launched low-voltage DDR2 DRAMs that aim to lower server power consumption.
2013-05-03 Korean production collapse will disrupt global electronics supply chain
South Korea now plays a more important role than ever in the global electronics business. And with the supply chain having become more entwined and connected, a significant disruption in any region will impact the entire world.
2006-01-01 Korea keeps its memory power
Demand for NAND flash memories will increase as cellphones, MP3 players and DSCs need bigger storage capacity.
2009-02-26 Japan electronics giants struggle to stay on top
Only a few years after emerging from a decade-long slump, Japan's economy is again weakening and its high-tech giants are scrambling to accelerate a much needed reorganization operations and reposition themselves for growth in a worsening global market.
2007-03-07 January dip in chip sales due to seasonal decline
Semiconductor sales in January hit $21.47 billion, up 9.2 percent from a year-ago periodhowever, this represents a seasonal decline of 1.2 percent from the $21.74 billion reported in December, says SIA.
2015-11-17 ISSCC to see advancements in vision processors, 3D chips
Samsung is set to unveil its 10nm process technology and enhancements in its SRAM, DRAM and flash technologies while Mediatek will showcase a 10-core CPU, featuring three ARMv8a CPU clusters
2015-08-06 Is a trade war brewing between China and US?
A successful Micron deal would be the largest takeover of any U.S. company by a China firm, and place a giant DRAM-maker in the hands of a Chinese company with close ties to the Chinese government
2015-03-09 IoT drives chip packaging innovation
The need for high performance multi-functional devices in a single package is pushing the industry to innovate in multi-chip packaging. This high level of integration has presented huge challenge.
2011-07-28 Intel, Samsung, others license chip-to-chip spec
Intel, Samsung and other mobile vendors have licensed the Chip-to-Chip Link specification which was developed by Arteris and Texas Instruments
2005-02-22 Infineon's memory strategy: invest during downturn
Executives of Infineon Technologies' North America operations said its plan to ramp up a new 300mm fab here is part of a simple strategy: bigger wafers, smaller die size, maximum capacity utilization and continuing investment in its memory technology during a downturn.
2006-06-07 Infineon spin-off reveals memory roadmap
Qimonda told EE Times the details of its memory technology plans, which focuses on memory products, offering computer DRAMs, graphics DRAMs, consumer DRAMs, mobile DRAMs, cellular RAMs and flash products
2004-07-23 Infineon sees sales gains wiped out by antitrust charges
Munich-based semiconductor supplier Infineon Technologies AG reported revenue of $2.3 billion in its third 2004 fiscal quarter ended June, up from $2.06 billion the second fiscal quarter and $1.8 billion in the year-ago third fiscal quarter.
2016-04-07 IHS: iPhone SE, an amalgamation of 3 generations of iPhones
Apple aims for greater phone portability across carriers by simplifying production and distribution for its latest release, the iPhone SE.
2015-01-09 Identifying memory trends: Issues, standards and specs
Jennie Grosslight, the memory test product manager at Keysight Technologies, revealed what she thinks will be the prevailing memory trends in 2015.
2011-12-21 IC revenues to grow 3.4% YoY this year
Despite the ongoing economic uncertainty, IDC predicts worldwide revenues to reach $305 billion next year.
2008-05-19 IC Insights notes shakeup in Q1 chip rankings
IC Insight's Q1 IC suppliers ranking shows a major shuffle, with several leading DRAM suppliers including Qimonda, Spansion, Elpida and Nanya no longer in the top 20
2009-09-24 IBM touts fastest 32nm SOI dynamic memory prototype
IBM's 32nm, silicon-on-insulator on-chip dynamic memory prototype tips better speed, reliability, power use.
2007-08-01 IBM jumpstarts ASIC world with 45nm line
IBM Corp. has rolled out its initial ASIC offering based on 45nm technology. The product line is the world's first ASIC that combines embedded DRAM and silicon-on-insulator technologies, according to the company
2006-10-13 Hynix, ST open joint memory fab in China
STMicroelectronics and Hynix Semiconductor inaugurated their $2 billion joint-venture memory fab in Wuxi, mainland China.
2008-05-19 Hynix debuts 1Gbit device for LPDDR2 market
Hynix Semiconductor has introduced what it claims to be the world's first and fastest 1Gbit mobile LPDDR2
2007-10-22 Hynix cuts 2008 capex, revives non-memory biz
With a mix Q3 report, Hynix Semiconductor Inc. will reportedly cut its 2008 capital and re-enter the non-memory chip markets.
2015-07-29 How PC slump affects memory chipmakers
Semiconductor sales are in a two-year slump due to weak demand for PCs and smartphones, according to Gartner. The research firm said chip growth will return to 4-5 per cent from 2017-2019.
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