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What is NXP?
NXP is a semiconductor company founded by Philips more than 50 years ago.NXP creates semiconductors, system solutions and software that deliver better sensory experiences in TVs, set-top boxes, identification applications, mobile phones, cars and a wide range of other electronic devices.
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2011-05-09 Compound semiconductor dev't reflect diversification
Compound semiconductor companies are releasing new products that lead toward product diversification, according to Strategy Analytics.
2007-03-05 Components take floor at 12th IIC-China
With more than 200 exhibitors spreading an array of leading-edge technologies in over 900 booths, the 12th International IC China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) is clearly China's largest IC event.
2008-08-25 Commentary: Wireless tie-up pushes IC consolidation
The consolidation in the IC industry continues but not necessarily in the exact way many might have expected.
2008-07-30 Commentary: Tough calls during tough times
No doubt that the European chip industry already has seen better times. All suffer under the same poor macroeconomic conditions and adverse currency exchange rate. But some companies outdo others and they don't need to cut thousand jobs.
2009-05-29 Comment: TI should revamp MCU strategy
Texas Instruments may be the leading supplier of analog and DSPs, but it needs to do more and expand its wings to pull itself up from the No. 8 ranking in the microcontroller arena.
2009-01-21 Comment: CES 2009 hits and misses
Attendance was down, yes, and the mood was a bit gloomy. But the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show still delivered exciting gadgets and technologies to watch out for.
2010-03-25 Coming soon: MEMS killer apps
Emerging MEMS applications promise to herald a new era of killer MEMS apps, according to market research firm Yole Development.
2006-10-06 Coalition seeks to unify IC power standards efforts
The Silicon Integration Initiative launched the Low Power Coalition which may help unite two disparate efforts for standardizing a power specification format.
2008-11-21 CMSIS allows flexible programming in MCUs
ARM has released the ARM Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard, a vendor-independent hardware abstraction layer for the Cortex-M processor series.
2015-09-28 CMOS, specialty analogue design give fab-lite company a boost
ams logged nearly $190 million in revenues in 2Q15, a 60 per cent increase over the same quarter last year, with gross margins in the 54 per cent region (including acquisition-related costs).
2009-07-31 Class-D amps transform cars into concert halls
Extremely high dynamic audio range lets the class-D amplifier family improve in-car entertainment.
2008-08-01 Chips work on improving GPS signal levels
As mobile handset providers include GPS functionality into their phones at more promising levels, attention is turning to the design and drop-in capability of its functions. Although presently much attention has been directed toward GPS DSPs, they are only part of the GPS success story.
2007-11-01 Chips address lighting challenge
Portable electronic devices today require additional power circuits to drive auxiliary RGB status lights and to backlight the keypad, making lighting a major power management challenge.
2007-02-15 Chipnuts makes 'platform' for sub-$200 smartphones
Chipnuts is touting a Linux-based OS, a suite of business applications and an applications processor that are part of a reference design targeting local handset makers looking to design smart phones that would retail for less than $200.
2007-05-16 Chipmakers urge lower ESD target levels
The Industry Council on ESD Target Levelscomposed of 16 major chipmakersis pushing to cut down on-chip ESD stress target levels by more than half.
2015-07-20 Chipmakers call for less gov't restrictions
The Taiwanese government restricts investments by domestic chipmakers, such as TSMC and UMC, in China on concerns that it will lose jobs and technology to its political rival.
2013-03-15 Chip suppliers cut inventory significantly in 4Q of 2012
Led by Intel, semiconductor companies reduced their inventories at a faster than expected rate in the fourth quarter as they moved to adjust to weakening demand.
2008-09-01 Chip R&D treads shaky ground
Amid continued debate on whether semiconductor R&D is an endangered species or is successfully evolving to adapt to changing realities, Intermolecular Inc. and Semiconductor Research Corp. braved the debacle, with each announcing their own R&D initiatives. Intermolecular reported on a memory R&D pilot line, while SRC described emerging programs in analog, energy, medical and multicore.
2008-07-21 Chip industry preps for 'More than Moore' era
Chip and semiconductor equipment makers are at a crossroads as they face an era that might be called "More than Moore."
2013-09-25 China's market for smart payment, banking cards surges on
With financial institutions in China gearing up to the 2015 deadline for all new issued cards to be smart-card compliant, the country's market for smart payment and banking cards has exploded.
2007-10-12 China's embedded software industry: Whys and wheretos
CCID Consulting examined the status and the future of China's embedded software industry in its report 'Analysis of the current status of China's embedded software industry.'
2007-04-18 China tops mobile phone manufacturing market
The latest report from Research and Markets found China has the world's largest mobile phone manufacturing base with around 46.9 percent of world's mobile phones made in the country in 2006.
2006-10-16 China home networking spec rolling
A China home networking technology is gaining traction in the market, spurring its designers to pursue it as an international standard and to encourage the input of multinationals.
2009-02-11 China firm to lend Qimonda a hand?
A Chinese semiconductor vendor might be interested in insolvent DRAM manufacturer Qimonda while Infineon Technologies AG is heading for difficult times, admitted Max Kley, Infineon's supervisory board chairman.
2008-03-03 China braces for bigger IIC show
The annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China) is on its 13th year, and it is bigger and better than ever.
2009-11-03 CFL driver extends lifetime beyond 15,000 hrs
specifications are emerging for CFLS such as better color, faster start-up, better dimming and longer life.
2011-08-08 CFL bulb teardownWhat makes it a green solution?
Here's a product tear down that focuses on a dimmable CFL demonstration lamp made by Chinese manufacturer, Baishi.
2009-01-13 CES: Hard times evident in empty seats
The empty seats and booths at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show bore witness to how much the electronics industry really is suffering.
2008-01-10 Can TI regain baseband dominance?
Going into 2008, the big question is whether TI can regain lost momentum in baseband chips or whether it will continue to decline.
2008-06-20 Cadence-Mentor merger a 'bad idea', analyst says
A veteran EDA analyst said Cadence Design Systems is under pressure and may lose its top spot in the electronic design automation sector, and its proposed $1.6 billion merger with Mentor Graphics is a 'bad idea.'
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