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What is ROM?
Read-only memory (ROM) is a class of storage media used in computers and other electronic devices. Data stored in ROM cannot be modified (at least not quickly/easily), and it is therefore mainly used to distribute firmware.
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2007-09-24 HDMI 1.3a switch promises high-quality 20m transmission
Rohm Co. Ltd has unveiled the BU16008V, a high performance three-input switch IC compatible with the latest HDMI 1.3a standard.
2007-10-08 HDMI 1.3a buffer IC rolls for large DTV sets
Rohm has developed a high-performance HDMI 1.3a-compliant buffer IC specifically designed for large DTVs and multimedia monitors, where the relatively large distance between the image processor and HDMI receiver makes them susceptible to EMI and noise.
2002-04-30 First phase construction of Shipley center nears completion
Shipley Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Rohm and Haas, has revealed that the first phase of construction of its Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is nearing completion.
2008-07-14 Dow beefs up advanced materials offering with new acquisition
Dow and has entered a definitive agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of advanced materials provider Rohm and Haas for $78 per share in cash.
2007-05-14 Class-D amplifier guarantees 90% efficiency
Rohm Co. Ltd has developed the BD5421EFS Class D stereo amplifier LSI for audio-equipped sets with strict thermal design and dimensional requirements.
2007-06-13 Class D stereo amplifier offers low power consumption
Rohm Co. Ltd has developed a digital input Hi-Fi class-D headphone amplifier LSI designed specifically for portable audio devices such as MP3 players, IC recorders, electronic dictionaries, digital cameras and notebook PCs.
2007-07-12 Car audio LSI promises home-theater sound quality
Rohm Co. Ltd has developed a high-performance, high-quality audio processor LSI chip that provides the same sound quality as home theater systems while greatly reducing shock noise generated when switching volume or tone.
2007-12-19 'Smallest' charge protection IC rolls for mobile USB apps
ROHM has released a compact high-performance USB charge protection IC to protect battery driven devices from damage due to excessive current or voltage surges during USB charging.
2007-11-05 What's the future for NEC Electronics?
A big question remains for NEC Electronics: Four years after being spun off from parent NEC Corp.!and several management changes later!is the chipmaker heading in the right direction or is it destined to sink?
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2008-05-15 Unwrap Robot Guitar's autotuning secret
On the heels of its Ethernet Out guitar, Gibson Guitar has released the Robot Guitar, which automatically tunes to a range of standard and alternative tunings at the touch of a button.
2009-03-16 Top IC firms less bright in 2008
Almost all of the semiconductor industry's top 25 companies not only reported sales declines last year!they also underperformed the overall chip industry for the year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-08-05 TI leads power management, driver IC market
Texas Instruments kept the top spot in the power management & driver IC market during the 2009 downturn with a market share of 10.5 percent, reports market watcher IMS Research.
2009-02-23 The lowdown on the fab tool market
2009 is off to a rough start for fab tool and materials vendors. But some technologies!and companies!are doing better than others.
2013-12-06 Strong memory market boosts semiconductor sales in 2013
IHS stated that following a 2.5 percent decline in 2012, the global semiconductor market has regained its footing in 2013 with revenue set to expand by nearly five percent.
2007-11-01 Spread spectrum confronts EMI
The sleepy clock-generator chip market shook itself awake as two rival vendors, Cypress Semiconductor and SpectraLinear rolled entries in a new class of programmable devices.
2014-07-25 Smartphone basics: Connectivity and sensors
In smart devices nowadays, accelerometers and compasses have a quantitative edge over gyroscopes, but we are seeing more frequently the combination of accelerometer and gyroscope in one package.
2006-01-04 Slight output growth forecast for Japan's electronic components
Following an 11 percent plunge in production value, Japan's components production in 2006 will likely increase minimally or remain at current levels.
2002-09-04 Shipley to acquire fiber-optic components provider
Shipley Co. LLC will acquire the technology, equipment, IP, and remaining workforce of Haleos Inc.
2003-01-23 Sanyo schedules production of 35mW blue-violet laser
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd will begin production this spring of a 35mW laser for next-gen writable optical disk systems.
2007-04-19 Sanyo invites bids for chip business
Carrying on its spin-off plans, Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. has stated the sale of its semiconductor business, with bidders expected to express interest before end of the month.
2012-09-12 Ramtron once again rejects Cypress' takeover bid
The company's board previously rejected at least three offers by Cypress, with the last offer being increased from $86 million to $100 million.
2010-05-07 Radar detector packs location-aware features
Without specialty ASICs, but with beautiful RF engineering, the Escort 9500ix seems to own the top spot in radar/laser detectors for now.
2007-09-05 Osram, Seoul Semi ink cross-licensing deal
Osram has granted Seoul Semiconductors license to manufacture and sell white LEDs with conversion technology using patents owned by OSRAM Opto Semiconductors.
2003-10-21 Osram licenses SMT LEDs to Taiwan company
Osram GmbH has granted Everlight Electronics Co. Ltd of Taiwan a royalty license to manufacture and sell SMT LEDs for white and colored light technology.
2013-06-03 NXP, ST top car ASSP semiconductor market
IHS revealed that NXP last year posted automotive infotainment ASSP revenue of $459 million, giving it a market share of 15 per cent.
2010-05-17 NXP takes top spot in car infotainment IC list
NXP BV has secured the top position in the global automotive semiconductor market in 2009 fueled by the Dutch chip vendor's exposure to China automobile makers.
2016-03-31 Not much fanfare about GaN at APEC 2016
Talk about GaN was low key but there were still promising developments, including new applications for low-voltage GaN transistors and AlGaN driver ICs for GAN FETs.
2011-01-26 Nanotape may soon replace solder pads
The new nanotape could replace solder pads with a thin lightweight material that improves thermal energy management. Its foam-like flexible compliance could form the basis for new IC packaging techniques.
2011-03-17 Most Japan fabs survive 8.9 quake
Although there are few reports of damages on production facilities due to the quake, power shortages may render some of the fabs off line as the country recovers from last week's tragedy.
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