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2007-10-23 SXGA CMOS sensor first with snapshot shutter, LVDS outputs
Cypress Semiconductor has started the commercial sampling of a high-sensitivity, high-speed SXGA resolution CMOS image sensor that's first to offer snapshot shutter and on-chip digital LVDS outputs.
2008-06-05 Sun Micro sets sights at emerging markets
Sun Microsystems Inc. has formed a new emerging markets sales geography to drive accelerated expansion and sales coverage across growing markets in South and Eastern Europe, Latin America, India and Greater China.
2005-04-01 Statistical tool shift: It's all in the timing
Startup Extreme DA's mission is 'variation-aware' IC analysis. Can four guys in borrowed office space make a big impact on chip design?
2008-04-14 ST, NXP fuse wireless biz into new JV firm
NXP and ST have agreed to merge their wireless operations to form a joint venture company.
2008-12-11 Sony outlines initiatives to improve profitability
Sony Corp. has embarked on a series of measures to strengthen its corporate structure and bolster profitability across the Sony Group. These initiatives are in response to the sudden and rapid changes in the global economic environment.
2007-10-02 SMIC-Saifun flash project delayed but not stalled
The Saifun-SMIC flash memory project is moving forward, but it is taking much longer than expected.
2009-02-10 Smart phones keep IC suppliers afloat
With the crisis bleeding out the electronics markets and suppliers, the relative strength of the smart phone market is helping some companies to keep their heads above water and propelling others to impressive growth.
2012-03-05 SIA releases fab capacity report for the last time
Right after Intel and AMD has withdrawn from the WSTS program, SIA released an alarming statement saying it will discontinue releasing data on chip fab capacity utilization.
2010-10-25 Shortened FPGA lead times may bode trouble
Analysts see the shortening of PL device lead times as reported by Xilinx and Altera as a sign of slowing demand, though they appear divided on how severe the impact might be.
2006-04-19 Shortages, stability seen for NAND flash, says analysts
After experiencing severe price declines and a capacity glut, suppliers of NAND-based flash memories are expected to see the first wave of product shortages in the current quarter.
2015-10-13 Sharp demand drop in China hits LCD TV panel makers
As LG Display, Samsung Display, BOE, ChinaStar, AUO and Innolux are heavily invested in the Chinese market, the slowdown is expected to cause these manufacturers to adjust their capacity utilisation.
2008-02-01 Saving Moore's Law and reinventing transistors
Intel CEO Paul Otellini talks about surprising performance-per-watt gains from its hafnium transistors, the future of mobile and ultra-mobile devices and of course, all the big issues that affect Intel's channel.
2008-10-24 Samsung retreats from buying SanDisk
Samsung will no longer pursue its proposal to acquire SanDisk for $26 per share in cash as part of the company's major change in strategy.
2012-01-31 Samsung leads smartphone shipments for 2011
The South Korean electronics company has shipped 95 million smartphones in 2011, up 278 percent from 25 million in 2010.
2007-08-08 Samsung downplays effects of power outage
Chang-Sik Choi, Samsung executive VP, said the damage has been minimal as the backup power units had kicked in just in time.
2006-07-19 Samsung delays 8Gbit NAND, quietly developing 4-bit/cell
Samsung Electronics delayed the shipment of its 8Gbit NAND flash part, while the company is also quietly developing a new 4-bit-per-cell NAND technology, according to American Technology Research.
2014-07-14 Rising smartphone demand to boost memory storage market
DRAMeXchange predicted that in terms of the NAND Flash market, the market will turn from oversupply in H1 into balanced supply during H2, as OEM and module customer demand strengthens.
2007-07-12 RF antenna switch claims highest throw count
Peregrine Semiconductor has announced the 0.5?m PE42693 SP9T RF antenna switch, reporting that it is the highest throw-count RF CMOS antenna switch available on the market today.
2009-02-04 Renesas details restructuring plans
Hit hard by the downturn, Japan chipmaker Renesas Technology Corp. has replaced its top executive amid losses, layoffs and plans to shutter older fabs.
2007-07-27 Qualcomm unseats TI as top mobile chip supplier
Despite its much-publicized legal debacles, Qualcomm has steered ahead of TI as the world's leading supplier of ICs for mobile devices, according to market research firm iSuppli.
2015-04-27 Qualcomm looks for new revenue source
Qualcomm is heavily dependent on a single market segment (smartphones), while its revenues are susceptible to the whims of the two top-tier smartphone vendorsApple and Samsung.
2010-03-03 Processor brings down next-gen e-reader costs
Freescale has released the i.MX508 applications processor designed to deliver the performance, energy efficiency and system cost savings for e-readers.
2014-03-25 Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices.
2010-10-26 PMC-Sierra acquires Wintegra
The buy hastens PMC-Sierra’s product offering in the IP/Ethernet packet-based mobile backhaul equipment market segment.
2008-04-01 Pick the right output capacitors for LED drivers
LEDs require a well-designed constant-current source for controlled brightness. The output capacitor in the traditional buck converter that serves to drive LEDs can have a significant effect on control-loop characteristics, and the capacitor type as well as the output circuit configuration is often critical. Here's how to pick the right capacitors for your intended application.
2010-07-16 PHY immunizes datacenters from EMI
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. launches the Triveni APM9689x family of dual and quad port, low-power 100/1000/10GBASE-T PHYs.
2004-10-15 Philips predicts flat semis sales to end of 2004
Philips Electronics said in Tuesday (Oct. 12) that it expects flat sales of semiconductors for the fourth quarter of this year, and that fierce competition would continue to erode margins at its consumer products division.
2007-05-10 PDP y-on-y shipments drop for the first time
DisplaySearch's latest Quarterly PDP Module and TV Shipment and Forecast Report found that plasma panel shipments fell for the first time y-on-y in Q1.
2012-10-12 PC shipments expected to drop after 11 years of plenty
IHS revealed that total PC market this year is expected to contract by 1.2 per cent to 348.7 million units, down from 352.8 million last year.
2009-01-20 PC sales post record drop in Q4 08
Worldwide shipments of PCs fellmarginally increasedin 08, according to two market research groups.
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