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2006-01-09 Price hikes expected for polysilicon
Prices for polysilicon are expected to see further increases this year and next amid ongoing shortages for the materials, warned an analyst.
2006-04-13 Outlook better for IC equipment market, says investment banking firm
Investment banking firm Piper Jaffray has not changed its overall capital spending forecast, which calls for 15 percent growth in 2006 over 2005.
2005-01-12 Global PC shipments to grow 11 percent, says analyst
An uptick in enterprise demand and strong growth in the Asia-Pacific region will drive an 11 percent increase in global PC shipments in 2005, according to market research firm Piper Jaffray.
2010-11-05 Analyst sees Intel doing SOI
Piper Jaffray & Co. forecast that Intel will embrace silicon-on-insulator technology at the 22nm process node.
2006-03-17 ST expands China reach with HHNEC
Hua Hong NEC Electronics continues on its quest to build a 300mm fab and is reportedly working with a new and surprising partner: STMicroelectronics.
2006-03-31 ST aims to be top semi supplier to China
STMicroelectronics is gunning for the top position in supplying semiconductors to China, according to the company's top executive in the region.
2005-07-27 SMIC close to moving out of the red
When it reports on Thursday (July 28), Chinese silicon foundry provider Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) is projected to meet expectations for Q2, with a possibility of moving out of the red in Q3, according to an analyst.
2005-03-15 Semiconductor industry faces 'difficult year' in 2005
Despite what appears to be some bright spots in the consumer, PC, and wireless markets, the IC industry is facing a "difficult year" in 2005, according to vendors and analysts at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) last week.
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solution!which most assumed would be EUV!Moore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2010-02-19 Power amps support multiple W-CDMA bands
Skyworks Solutions Inc. is offering highly-integrated multimode power amplifier modules for next-generation smart phones and data cards requiring multiple W-CDMA bands.
2010-01-13 Panelists debate IC manufacturing fate
At SEMI's Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS), panelists agreed to disagree on the fate of IC manufacturing!about the future of 450mm fabs, Moore's Law and the R&D funding gap.
2005-04-22 Outlook for IC-equipment remains weak, analysts say
The chip-equipment industry is expected to remain in the doldrums despite a slight jump in the book-to-bill ratio and a positive capital-spending outlook from Intel Corp., according to analysts.
2005-04-20 No signs of 2H recovery for ICs, equipment, says analyst
Contrary to popular belief, there are no signs of a recovery for the semiconductor and chip-equipment industries in the second half of 2005, according to an analyst with Adams Harkness Inc.
2005-11-14 No growth spike seen for fab tools
Semiconductor equipment vendors continue to see signs of a gradual upturn in the marketplace, but don't look for a huge growth spike in the near term&mdash--if at all.
2007-07-11 JP Morgan: Cheaper, Nano-based iPhone under wraps
A JP Morgan analyst revealed that Apple Inc. plans to release a cheaper version of the iPhone in the Q4 that could be based on the iPod Nano music player.
2011-05-05 Intel strikes foundry deal with PLD startup
Apparently testing the waters of the foundry business, Intel is reported to have forged a foundry alliance with startup Tabula Inc., allowing the latter to close $108 million in funding earlier this year.
2005-11-03 Intel re-spins fab for 300mm, 65nm chips
Preparing for a new and steep ramp of advanced microprocessor lines, Intel Corp. on Wednesday (Nov. 2) is expected to announce the 're-opening' of its wafer fab in Arizona. The newly-converted fab will produce 65nm microprocessors and other products on 300mm substrates.
2011-05-05 Intel eyeing foundry deal with Apple
An Intel-Apple alliance makes strategic sense. As Apple's growing smartphone-tablet market share positions Intel in these markets, Intel's manufacturing lead gives Apple added advantage in these segments.
2006-11-30 Hua Hong drops 300mm wafer plans, goes for 200mm
A Hua Hong NEC affiliate is canceling its plans for a 300mm wafer fab in Shanghai, opting instead to build up a 200mm wafer line, the company said Tuesday.
2011-02-04 Fab firms' focus on 450mm could disrupt supply chain
Analysts fear there is not enough 300mm capacity today and 450mm plants under construction may not start mass production until 2017 or 2018, a scenario that could trigger disruptions in the IC supply chain.
2004-04-29 Ericsson's DSP shift rekindles basestation debate
Ericsson has shifted to a DSP-only, software-defined approach to basestation design in response to the cost, processing and flexibility requirements of 3G wireless infrastructure.
2011-01-21 Does the fab tool business model need mending?
Fewer fabs coupled with cyclical downturns have caused massive consolidation in the fab tool industry. While some insist the industry should further consolidate to make it more efficient, others fear that fewer players could lead to higher tool costs and monopolies.
2006-12-19 CMOS imager chips enable true machine vision
New CMOS imager chips are emerging that directly sense depth!3D pixel-by-pixel!enabling machine vision to realize its goal of perceiving objects, and reacting appropriately.
2002-08-23 Cisco's storage-networking gambit draws mixed reviews
Analysts and competitors gave mixed reactions to the announcement that Cisco Systems will jump into the storage-networking market through Andiamo Systems.
2012-10-15 Cisco rumoured to be in a foundry deal with Intel
Cisco reportedly started a partnership with Intel for a foundry operation valued at about S1 billion.
2010-12-14 Chipmakers keep secrets at IEDM
Few papers provided clues on vendors' plans at the 2010 International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM). In place of clear presentations on plans for 22-/20nm plans, rumors abounded, with many believing the leading-edge foundries will extend bulk CMOS.
2005-06-10 China to build 20 new fabs by 2008
In what could be the next boom for the IC-equipment industry, China is expected to build 20 new fabs between 2005 to 2008, according to a new report from the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI
2011-02-16 Atmel, Nvidia design kit enables next-gen mobile devices
Nvidia's Tegra 2 ARM-based processor and Atmel's mXT1386 touch-screen chipset will help OEMs fast-track development of Android-based smartphones, tablet PCs and other mobile Internet devices.
2002-06-25 Analysts flatten computer growth forecasts
Wall Street analysts cratered already low growth forecasts for the computer industry in 2002-2003 to near zero this week following quarterly earnings warnings from Apple Computer Inc., Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and others.
2010-11-09 Analysts bet on Intel foundry move
Intel's announcement that it will manufacture FPGAs for programmable logic startup Achronix Semiconductor Corp. at 22nm has analysts guessing about the company's move into the foundry business.
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