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2005-04-25 Taxes, not labor costs, drive IC production offshore, says SIA
The U.S. needs a coordinated strategy to reduce the cost differential created by foreign government tax and incentive policies in order to keep chip manufacturing in the domestic market, according to the top executive at the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
2008-05-05 SIA: Q1 08 semiconductor sales rose 3.8% y-on-y
Global sales of semiconductors hit $63.4 billion for Q1 08, up 3.8 percent from $61.1 billion figures of Q1 07, reported SIA.
2007-12-05 SIA: PCs push October chip sales beyond targets
Worldwide semiconductor sales in October rose to $23.1 billion, an increase of 5 percent over the $22 billion reported in October 2006 and 2 percent higher than the $22.6 billion reported in September of this year, the SIA reported.
2008-03-05 SIA: January chip sales better than expected
The three-month moving average of global chip sales came in at $21.49 billion, up 0.03 percent from January 2007, and ahead of expectations, according to SIA.
2004-02-05 SIA: Global semiconductor sales up by 18.3 percent
Worldwide sales of semiconductors rose to $166.4B in 2003, up by 18.3 percent from the $140.8B in global revenue recorded in 2002.
2007-08-07 SIA: Global IC sales up 2% in 1H 2007
Global IC sales rose to $121 billion in 1H 2007, an increase of 2 percent from the $118.4 billion in 1H 2006, according to the SIA.
2012-04-11 SIA: Feb chip sales dipped 1.3%
February chip sales were down 7.3 percent compared to February 2011, according to the SIA.
2006-05-15 SIA: cut copyright levies, fight piracy
Copyright levies, duties imposed on goods capable of reproducing copyrighted materials, add substantial cost to electronic products and, in effect, offset the economic benefits of Moore's Law.
2005-11-18 SIA: Chip sales to break $300B in 2008
Global semiconductor sales will grow at a compound annual rate of nearly 10 percent from 2005 through 2008, according to the annual forecast of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
2008-02-05 SIA: Chip sales hit new record with $255.6B in 2007
Global sales of semiconductors grew for the sixth-consecutive year, reaching a record $255.6 billion in 2007, up 3.2 percent from the $247.7 billion reported in 2006, according to SIA.
2005-11-17 SIA: Asia-Pac to grow much faster than other regions
Semiconductor sales in the Asia-Pacific are projected to grow by 69 percent between 2004 and 2008, reaching $150.4 billion in that year, according to SIA.
2008-09-04 SIA: 300mm wafers rule IC manufacturing in July
300mm wafers for the first time account for the largest share of wafer manufacturing capacity and actual wafers processed, with 44 percent of total capacity and 47 percent of total silicon processed, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association.
2005-09-02 SIA, FSA in talks over Indian chip industry
The India Semiconductor Agency (ISA) has entered into tie-ups with overseas bodies, and is in talks with the Fabless Semiconductor Association and the Semiconductor Industry Association, as part of a rapid expansion of efforts to establish a semiconductor industry in India.
2004-01-27 SIA's road map affirms 3-year cycles for chips
The 2003 International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, formally announced by the Semiconductor Industry Association, reaffirms the three-year technology cycles first outlined in the 2001 edition of the road map.
2007-10-26 SIA welcomes international effort vs. counterfeiting
SIA has issued a statement lauding the announcement by U.S. Trade Rep. Susan C. Schwab that the United States, Canada, the European Commission, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Switzerland would initiate negotiations on an Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
2004-03-23 SIA to study chemical exposure in chip workers
The Semiconductor Industry Association said Thursday (March 18, 2004) it will conduct a study of former cleanroom workers to determine whether there are any links between cancer and chemicals used in chipmaking.
2012-03-06 SIA to still focus on data programs
SIA president, Brian Toohey, is hopeful that solutions could be found that would enable SIA to continue reporting accurate data on microprocessor sales pooled by WSTS in a way that Intel and AMD would be comfortable with.
2007-06-26 SIA slashes 2007 chip sales forecast
SIA has lowered its 2007 growth sales forecast for microchips to 1.8 percent, citing price drops in the microprocessor, DRAM and NAND flash markets.
2004-06-30 SIA sets national research initiative
The Semiconductor Industry Association has approved formation of the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative to develop exotic nanoscale devices.
2007-11-19 SIA sees no semi market recession till 2010
SIA has forecasted single-digit growth rates for worldwide chip sales from 2007 to 2010, and said that a recession in the semiconductor market is unlikely in the near term.
2002-06-10 SIA sees bright prospects for global semicon market
Semiconductor sales are expected to increase by 3.1 percent in 2002, with a growth rate accelerating to 23.2 percent in 2003 and 20.9 percent in 2004.
2012-07-06 SIA says chip market got smaller in May 2012
The Semiconductor Industry Association said that worldwide semiconductor sales are in line with industry projections of modest growth for the remainder of 2012, but the sluggish global economy is limiting growth.
2012-02-09 SIA reveals tech roadmap
The roadmap lays out what SIA sees as the path for semiconductor design and manufacturing through 2026, taking into account near and long-term challenges, as well as potential innovations.
2002-01-04 SIA reports growth in semiconductor sales for November 2001
The latest Global Sales Report (GSR) from the Semiconductor Industry Association reveals that semiconductor sales worldwide in November 2001 increased to $10.60 billion.
2005-01-04 SIA reports global semiconductor sales surpass $19B in November
Worldwide sales of semiconductors grew to $19.02 billion in November, an increase of 1.3 percent from the $18.8 billion in October, and an increase of 18 percent from the $16.12 billion in October of 2003, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported.
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.
2005-10-28 SIA pushes for better IP protection in China
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is hoping that China will be more forthcoming on information about its intellectual property protection measures after the United States, Japan and Switzerland filed a request under the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Trips) agreement.
2005-06-09 SIA projects record chip sales in 2005
Citing stronger than expected chip sales, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) on Wednesday (June 8) revised its annual forecast for global IC sales to a record $226 billion in 2005
2007-01-04 SIA president warns of tight memory IC supply
Semiconductor Industry Association president George Scalise warned that there are signs that memory chips are coming into tight supply due to strong demand for chips.
2004-06-17 SIA predicts 28.6 percent growth for global chip sales
The worldwide sales of semiconductors will grow to $214 billion this year, a 28.6 percent increase, surpassing the previous record sales of $204 billion in 2000, according to Semiconductor Industry Association's 2004-2007 midyear forecast.
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