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2008-02-18 Double capacity for this embedded flash drive
SanDisk's 16Gbyte iNAND embedded flash drive packs double the storage capacity of conventional 8Gbyte products into a standard Jedec 12mm x 16mm package, which the company attributes to its advances in MLC NAND flash technology.
2008-09-24 CF card series achieves faster data transfer capacity
Meeting the demands of professional digital videographers and photographers, SanDisk has created the 32Gbyte SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash card, the latest addition to its SanDisk Extreme III line.
2010-08-20 Blackberry Torch revealed to light of day
ISuppli opens up Research in Motion Inc.'s new Blackberry Torch and finds parts worth $171.05 from CSR, Synaptics, Samsung Electronics and Sandisk Corp., and others.
2010-03-04 64Gbyte embedded flash supports e.MMC 4.4
SanDisk Corp. is offering iNAND embedded flash drives (EFD) with support for the e.MMC 4.4 specification.
2014-02-18 WiTricity brings wireless expertise to A4WP
WiTricity is planning a reference design incorporating the Rezence specification.
2008-07-11 Wireless sector battles the doldrums
The wireless sector is down but far from out, according to an analyst from the wireless division of investment banker Rutberg & Company LLC who described the sector as "schizophrenic."
2015-06-23 What's inside 1Xnm planar NAND?
Double patterning has become mandatory for making the 16nm node NAND flash and the memory makers use a self-aligned double patterning for the active, control gate, floating gate and bitline patterning.
2015-06-30 What chips are inside Apple Watch?
The good news for the winners of the design slotsSTMicroelectronics, NXP, AMS, Dialog Semiconductoris that Yole reckons the wearable electronic equipment will grow steadily.
2011-03-07 VLSI raises IC growth forecast to 8.9%
While the IC market is projected to grow 8.9 percent in 2011, market analysts see mixed signals, specifically less order activity due to a weak DRAM market and falling LCD panel prices.
2010-11-22 Verigy acquires LTX-Credence
Verigy Inc. is expanding into the logic, mixed-signal and analog ATE markets with the acquisition of LTX-Credence Corp.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2015-08-20 USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers.
2008-06-13 Unlock universal remote's Wi-Fi secret code
With the increasing number of home-entertainment appliances in living rooms, Acoustic Research launched the ARRU449 LCD-screen-based universal remote control to reduce the clutter of brand-specific controllers.
2011-08-17 U.S. beefs up control of fake chips in supply chain
An analysis of the U.S. government's effort to curb down fake chips, particularly from China, reveals a much serious problem within the supply chain and the country's important installations.
2015-07-08 Trends, challenges for EUV lithography
Imec said cutting costs per transistor at the next-generation, the 10nm node, will be tricky, and even more challenging will be getting extreme ultraviolet lithography ready to enable a full 7nm node.
2003-08-26 Tower Semiconductor obtains $2.5M in investments
Wafer foundry Tower Semiconductor has received about $2.5M of the aggregate $305M investment committed to the Fab 2 project by Tower's partners.
2002-04-26 Tower receives additional funding from investors
Tower Semiconductor Ltd has received an additional $41.07 million from its investors.
2005-08-02 Toshiba to boost NAND production
Anticipating soaring demand for NAND flash memory, Toshiba Corp. will boost investment in its memory fab in Yokkaichi, increasing capacity to 30,000 300mm wafers a month, or 40 percent more than previously planned.
2008-06-18 Toshiba shuts down 200mm NAND JV
Toshiba is slightly scaling back on its 200mm NAND flash-memory production amid a downturn in the arena. It will mainly focus on its 300mm fabs to meet improved production efficiency for the company's overall semiconductor business.
2003-03-17 Toshiba samples 2Gb NAND Flash memory
Toshiba Corp. is sampling a 2Gb, single-die NAND Flash memory for use in digital consumer products such as digital-still cameras and PDAs.
2008-10-10 Toshiba rounds up to get Spansion
In a quite strange turn of events, Toshiba is discussing things out to buy NOR flash memory leader Spansion Inc., according to Reuters.
2004-04-13 Toshiba rolls out first 4Gb single-die MLC NAND flash unit
Toshiba has disclosed that it has introduced the semiconductor industry's first 4Gb single-die, multi-level cell, NAND flash memory.
2009-05-04 Toshiba ramps up 32nm NAND production
Toshiba Corp. is accelerating the production of its NAND flash memory products, based on its long-awaited, 32nm process technology.
2015-12-01 Toshiba plans to sell part of chip business to raise capital
Observers say there is a deal to be done between Toshiba and China's state-controlled Tsinghua Unigroup, which has made an unsuccessful informal bid of $23 billion to Micron Technology.
2007-04-18 Toshiba pins growth plans on NAND, OLED expansion
Toshiba Corp. revealed that its mid-term strategy includes bullish plans to expand sales, expansion of NAND flash memory development and a commitment to OLED displays for TV applications.
2015-12-23 Toshiba lets go of consumer biz amid reorg plan
The Japanese company that makes everything from NAND flash chips to washing machines expects roughly $51.28 billion in sales for its current fiscal year, down from $55 billion last year.
2006-09-12 Toshiba keeps mum over Fab 5 location
Toshiba has confirmed it is considering overseas sites for Fab 5, its next NAND wafer fab. The obvious locations for Fab 5 would be in Southeast Asia, most likely in Taiwan. However, Toshiba is not expected to announce the Fab 5 location until sometime in 2007.
2005-12-06 Toshiba gains new trial in Lexar suit
Toshiba said that it has been granted a new trial in Lexar Media's suit over alleged claims of misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of fiduciary duty against the Japanese company.
2002-09-10 Toshiba Flash memories have larger page size
Toshiba Corp. has announced the availability of 1Gb NAND Flash memories that feature a 2,112-byte page - four times more than the page size of previous NAND devices.
2006-05-18 Toshiba capex plan will double NAND flash output
Toshiba unveiled plans to invest about $18B over the three years with half of the expenditures allocated for semiconductors, mainly on expanding production of NAND flash memory.
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