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2005-08-05 Philips selects InterDigital's HSDPA for 3G platform
InterDigital Communications Corp. has signed an agreement with the semiconductor division of Royal Philips Electronics to bring InterDigital's High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) technology into the family of Nexperia cellular system solutions.
2005-07-20 Philips sees no semiconductor upturn, consumer weakness
European consumer electronics giant Philips described the outlook in somber terms as it turned in profits on revenues that came in in-line with expectations in the second quarter.
2006-01-18 Philips scouting merger partner for chip unit
Royal Philips Electronics has confirmed it wishes to pursue a merger for Philips Semiconductors, but remained quiet about potential partners.
2004-01-12 Philips scaler includes 3D MCDI, EDDI functions
Royal Philips Electronics has launched its Nexperia Home PNX5000 semiconductor system solution that is designed to suit LCD TV apps.
2004-02-06 Philips scaler enables easy entry to LCD TV market
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled its Nexperia Home PNX5000 semiconductor system solution, which provides manufacturers a quick and easy entry into the mid- and high-end LCD TV market.
2003-01-30 Philips samples BiCMOS car radio tuner IC
Philips Semiconductors is sampling a car radio tuner IC that receives and demodulates AM, FM, and weather-band broadcasts.
2003-10-14 Philips rolls out PicoGate logic device offering
The company has announced what it claims is the industry's first multi-function PicoGate logic semiconductor designed to suit crystal oscillator apps.
2002-02-15 Philips rolls out fully integrated telematics processor
Claimed to be the market's first fully integrated telematics processor, the SAF3100 combines a main microcontroller with a 12-channel GPS baseband and dual 14-bit ADC that enables connection to a gyroscope for dead-reckoning.
2004-10-29 Philips rolls out ESD protection diodes for portable apps
Philips introduced a series of single-line, bi-directional ESD protection diodes designed to protect devices such as MP3 players and mobile phones.
2005-03-01 Philips rolls out ARM9 family-based 32bit MCUs
Philips introduced what it claims as the industry's first 90nm ARM9 family-based 32bit microcontroller family.
2002-11-27 Philips RFID IC enables high-speed tracking systems
The company has announced the availability of the Hitag S RFID IC designed for high-speed track systems operating from 100kHz to 140kHz.
2004-05-10 Philips RFID chip to support EPCglobal coding
The new Philips UCODE EPC 1.19 chip for pallet and case identification supports the 96-bit EPCglobal coding standardization.
2003-09-04 Philips RF modules enable DTV functionality
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled prototypes of its highly integrated and miniaturized RF modules that enable DTV functionality in portable apps.
2002-12-05 Philips reveals plans for optical storage unit
Royal Philips Electronics has disclosed its plans for the restructuring of its Optical Storage business and confirmed its expectation that the business' losses will be eliminated within two quarters.
2013-01-31 Philips returns to lighting roots, drop CE business
Philips has exited the consumer electronics market choosing to focus instead on segments such as LED lighting and control systems.
2004-07-16 Philips reports strong quarterly profits
Philips Electronics reported strong quarterly profits on Tuesday (July 13, 2004), riding a wave of recovering consumer electronics and chip sales.
2005-05-05 Philips reorganizes semiconductor division
Royal Philips Electronics NV has reorganized its semiconductor division into four business units, the company said.
2003-01-17 Philips relocates CRT monitor production to China
Royal Philips Electronics has announced its plan of transferring its CRT monitor production from Szombathely, Hungary to Philips' existing monitor manufacturing facilities in China.
2004-06-30 Philips releases low-cost MCUs with two ADCs
Royal Philips Electronics announced a low-priced microcontroller unit that features two analog-to-digital converters.
2003-10-16 Philips releases CPU for next-gen media processors
Royal Philips Electronics has announced a TriMedia CPU core that is deisgned for use in the next-generation of the company's Nexperia media processors.
2003-08-21 Philips releases color STN LCD technology
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced its latest addition to its color super-twisted nematic LCD portfolio.
2003-12-01 Philips releases Bluetooth SiP solution
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled the industry's first complete plug-and-play Bluetooth solution in a single, low-cost chip package.
2002-10-01 Philips regulators save 60 percent board space
Royal Philips Electronics' new regulator device is designed to reduce the overall cost of DDR termination by 50 percent.
2005-01-05 Philips reference design supports dynamic backlight technology
Philips announced that they have set a new benchmark for LCD TV picture quality with its Nexperia TV810 reference design for NTSC + ATSC hybrid reception.
2004-03-12 Philips reference design records DVD+R disc in <5 mins
Philips has introduced its Nexperia semiconductor reference design for one of the industry's fastest DVD+R/+RW recorders.
2004-07-05 Philips reference design provides low system BoM
Royal Philips Electronics announced its new Nexperia semiconductor reference design, offering one of the industry's lowest system BoM for DVD+RW video recorders.
2004-09-28 Philips rectifier diodes make smaller devices possible
To help manufacturers meet the demand for smaller, more feature rich devices, Philips released its portfolio of MEGA Schottky rectifier diodes.
2006-04-05 Philips records first million sales of LCD TV single chip solution
Royal Philips Electronics announced that it has sold more than one million of its single-chip LCD TV solutions since it started shipping in November 2004.
2002-09-09 Philips reaffirms relationship with Ericsson Mobile Platforms
Royal Philips Electronics and Ericsson Mobile Platforms have signed an agreement which reinforces their partnership to develop 2.5G and 3G handset technologies utilizing Philips' semiconductor capabilities.
2005-04-06 Philips readies RFID chip that meets global spec
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands said it is testing engineering samples of an RFID chip that complies with the Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 standard.
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