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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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2014-10-21 MEMS evolution is coming
A change is occurring in the technology options behind MEMS sensors. According to an analysis firm, the market for MEMS devices based on 3D packaging, novel materials and detection principles will see huge growth in 2019.
2013-12-10 Memory vendors outperform industry in 2013
Worldwide semiconductor revenue totaled $315.4 billion in 2013, a 5.2 percent increase from 2012 revenue of $299.9 billion, according to Gartner.
2014-04-24 Memory spurs global chip revenue growth
Memory chips recorded a robust performance, with DRAM and NAND flash revenues jumping by 32.5 and 24.2 per cent respectively. Prominent memory supplier performers include Micron who rose six places towards the fourth place, and SK Hynix who ascended from seventh to fifth.
2013-04-16 MATLAB, Simulink certified for STARCAD-AMS workflow
Japan's Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Centre was able to test the high quality and flexibility of MATLAB and Simulink, allowing them to effectively solve design issues as they arose.
2005-09-15 LSI Logic to sell Gresham plant as it goes fables
Semiconductor supplier LSI Logic Corp. said it would sell its 8-inch wafer manufacturing plant in Gresham, Ore., as it continues to transition to a fabless manufacturing strategy.
2009-04-27 Litho tools propel photoresist market
The trend towards advanced 193nm deep-UV (DUV) lithography tools is affecting the product mix of photoresists consumed as well as market shares of photoresist suppliers, according to the report by The Information Network.
2007-05-14 LED package delivers high luminance, wide viewing angle
TT electronics Optek Technology has developed a full color SMT LED package that offers high luminance, a long operating lifespan and wide viewing angle.
2002-06-20 Kodak pushes OLEDs forward via licensing pact, design kit
Continuing to make inroads with technology it pioneered in the 1980s, Eastman Kodak Co. has licensed its passive-matrix OLED technology to Optrex Corp. for use in displays, following the recent release of a design kit for active-matrix OLED display manufacturers.
2002-06-18 Joint-venture eyes 3G phones for China
Two Japanese electronics giants are teaming with one of China's leading manufacturers of telecom infrastructure systems to build a 3G licensing business in China based on W-CDMA technology.
2005-04-26 Japanese group proposes logic LSI foundry for semi industry
Concerned with the declining presence of Japan in the system-on-chip LSI market, the Economic Research Institute in Japan has proposed to form an independent logic LSI foundry that would combine industry-wide human, financial and intellectual resources in Japan.
2004-07-26 Japan's SoC effort forges standard fab network
A project that aims to establish a standard platform for system-on-chip designs in Japan has shifted to its business phase with the adoption of a standard design methodology, manufacturing process and fab network, according to member companies.
2014-11-25 Japan seeks to gain tech supremacy with IoT
At the Embedded Technology 2014 last week, Japanese exhibitors, whole-heartedly embracing IoT and its technology building blocks, were busy showing solutions bridging the old and new.
2006-05-16 Japan extends chip R&D
The Japan Semiconductor Industry Association has launched its Asuka II project, a new five-year effort to build chips in geometries as fine as 32nm.
2007-10-11 Japan chip industry up for painful restructuring
Amid a sluggish cycle in semiconductors, Japan's IC industry is moving towards a new round of restructuring if not a shakeout among the weaker players there.
2010-09-17 Intel debuts 'Tunnel Creek' SoC
New Intel SoC for embedded systems launched at IDF
2007-10-19 IMEC, ASML expand EUV litho ties
IMEC and ASML Holding NV have has expanded their partnership on the EUV lithography front.
2011-11-08 IHS: Thai floods drown electronics sector
The Thailand flooding represents the second major natural disaster to affect the industry this year after the March 2011 Japan earthquake.
2010-11-26 IBM shows signs of fab-lite shift
An analysis of IBM's capital expenditure plans reveal that IBM is gradually allowing itself to exit from leading-edge manufacturing at high volume.
2010-11-12 Gyroscopes pave the way for specialized models
MEMS accelerometer maker Kionix Inc. expands to gyros to meet the demand from a market forecast to exceed $1 billion by 2014.
2012-05-16 Globalfoundries, Mircon, Qualcomm shine in IC supplier ranking
If the worldwide economy can at least continue on its slow growth rate trajectory and not slip back into a recession, the remainder of 2012 looks bright for the semiconductor industry and its suppliers.
2014-11-25 Global inertial sensor market to hit $1.4B in 2019
Yole Developpement reported that in the overall inertial consumer sensor market, discrete and combo, ST is the leader with 40 per cent market share, going ahead of Bosch.
2002-11-15 Fujitsu, Toshiba extend partnership to SoC IP
Partners Fujitsu Ltd and Toshiba Corp. plan to extend their semiconductor collaboration to include SoC technology.
2013-11-26 Focus on no wires, no batteries at Embedded Technology 2013
Japanese chip suppliers are now squarely focused on pushing ready-to-use modulescomplete with software, sensors, and connectivity chips.
2012-09-13 Five companies make up 64% of $61.4b 2012 IC Capex
The expected 64 percent market share held by the top 5 spending leaders is significantly greater than seven years ago, when the top 5 represented just 40 percent of total IC industry spending.
2008-01-17 FinePix undergoes postmortem
Fuji's FinePix F460 camera was a midtier, circa 2006 5Mpixel camera with 3x optical zoom and the requisite 2.5-inch LCD.
2003-02-19 EUV activity shifts to Sematech North
Developers of EUV lithography are looking north, specifically to the University at Albany, State University of New York, for their future.
2002-04-16 E-beam lithography consortium gains five more members
Five more companies have joined the Leepl Consortium, which is developing and promoting the Low Energy E-beam Proximity Projection Lithography system, scheduled to hit the market early next year.
2010-10-28 Digital signal controller for power apps integrates DSP, 16-bit controller
New Japan Radio Co. Ltd has begun mass production of a digital signal controller that targets digital-controlled power supply applications.
2012-11-20 Compact fuel cell target smart phones, portable devices
The newly developed fuel cells are said to overcome the drawbacks of dry cells, lithium-ion cells, and direct methanol fuel cells.
2007-07-12 Cadence, STARC team to address 65nm DFM issues
Cadence and STARC have partnered to deliver an advanced design flow to address 65nm DFM issues.
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