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2014-12-01 Best tech devices at Electronica 2014
The Internet of Things may have been a constant refrain, bringing together sensors, wireless, and microcontrollers, but so was automotive with exactly the same combination.
2015-05-29 Avago, Broadcom merger excites market
A combined company would have nearly $13 billion in revenues, edging it up to about seventh place, ahead of Texas Instruments and below Qualcomm at $19 billion.
2015-07-30 Automotive IC market enjoys growth in China
While the growth rate for vehicle shipments in China has slowed in recent years, the market still requires an increasing number of higher performing chips to power automotive applications.
2009-09-22 ARM, Intel bring rivalry to netbook arena
ARM Holdings plc and Intel Corp.'s battle for the top spot in the microprocessor slots and sockets arena fires up with ARM's latest offering.
2009-02-27 ARM processor suits low-power apps
ARM Holdings plc has designed a very low gate-count ARM processor core suitable for use in MCUs aimed at ultralow-power applications. Chips are expected to ship from licensees before the end of 2009.
2008-07-17 Apple eludes key players in new iPhone
After the trend it set with its original iPhone, Apple Inc. has shunned top-tier chipmakers for many of the major sockets its latest model released recently.
2014-05-16 APAC electronics production gets boost with added discretes
More than 1,000 discrete products to full reel portfolio for electronics production in Asia Pacific have been added by element14.
2007-12-19 Anxiety high as race begins for high-k 32nm
While foundries are just beginning to ramp their 45nm processes, vendors are already eyeing the next big challengethe race to develop and ship high-k dielectrics and metal gates for the 32nm node.
2008-09-08 Analyst expects more 3G baseband tie-ups
Further consolidation is expected among suppliers of UMTS/HSPA baseband chips. However, the possibilities are limited with Infineon and Icera now the only independent sources for the parts, aside from Qualcomm.
2009-01-27 Analysis: Qimonda folds, who's next?
Although Qimonda AG's Jan. 23 filing of insolvency does not come as a surprise to the industry, it should serve as a caution that the company may not be the only victim of the ongoing shakeout in the DRAM market.
2010-09-01 Analysis: Intel's wireless invasion not a sure win
Intel is acquiring Infineon's wireless business, thus turning into a supplier of wireless transceivers for cellphones, but its success is not assured.
2010-01-18 Analysis: Intel not likely to buy major FPGA vendor
Intel Corp. wants to move beyond its MPU base to the digital and Internet connectivity markets but its transition into new segments will not involve huge and disruptive acquisitions.
2009-06-09 Analysis: How CEVA defies economic crunch
Despite the current economic downturn, DSP core intellectual property supplier, CEVA Inc. has a story with a happyand surprisingending.
2007-11-15 Analog renders ultrasizzling 3G phone
The N95 gets anointed in Nokia's marketing as a "multimedia computer," but in one view, it's the still the analog IC that sets it apart.
2012-08-14 AKM keeps top spot in magnetic sensor market
With a revenue of $372 million, Japan-based AKM claims almost one-quarter of the industry's $1.5 million total.
2007-06-18 Advanced low-power modes stump IC designers
While EDA vendors are still fighting over two low-power formats, a larger problem may have been obscured: Low-power techniques are so difficult that a rethinking of the entire IC design flow may be needed.
2008-02-19 A/V, memory glitz and glam at IIC-China
This year's IIC-China will gather over 240 international IC tycoons and local manufacturers to showcase their latest and offerings to satisfy the increasing demand for high-quality and high-definition consumer electronics.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2010-10-21 22 Europe companies join CCSL project to push LEDs
A group of 22 leading European companies and academic institutions have just announced that they are collaborating in the "Consumerizing Solid-State Lighting" (CSSL) project.
2009-04-28 'First' 22nm SRAM cells from EUV litho debut
IMEC has presented what it claims is to be the first functional 22nm CMOS SRAM cells made using extreme UV (EUV) lithography. The SRAM cells are made with FinFETs and have both the contact and metal-1 layer printed using a full-field EUV alpha demo tool from ASML.
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