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2006-02-10 Korean chip equipment market to grow 9.2%, says SEMI
South Korea's semiconductor equipment and materials market is set to grow 9.2 percent to reach $11.19 billion in 2006, up from $10.25 billion in 2005, said SEMI.
2006-10-04 Korea's tech exports pass $10B mark
Korea's IT exports exceeded the $10 billion mark for the first time in September as a result of brisk sales of semiconductors, mobile phones and display panels.
2006-08-03 Korea's Pantech posts loss in Q2
Affected by aggressive penetration of lower-price products into the global mobile phone markets and a stronger Korean won currency, South Korean handset maker Pantech reported a loss in Q2 ended June 30.
2006-05-25 Korea's KT spearheads mobile WiMax operator group
KT Corp. said it has set up an international community of 21 overseas telecommunications operators to build a global "roaming belt" for the service.
2006-09-06 Korea's IT exports reach $9.85B in August
South Korea's exports of information technology products reached $9.85 billion last month, a 13.3 percent rise over $8.7 billion a year ago.
2006-10-03 Hynix-ST to launch 300mm fab in China
Hynix-ST Semiconductor, the joint memory venture between Hynix Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics, will launch its 300mm fab in China on Oct. 10.
2006-08-17 Hynix, ST to raise $750M for Wuxi fab expansion
Hynix Semiconductor disclosed its plans to raise $750 million in investment funds for its subsidiary in ChinaHynix-ST Semiconductor.
2006-06-28 Hynix sells $1.5B-worth stocks
Hynix Semiconductor sold shares worth about $1.5 million. The fund raised through the stock sale will be used to expand production lines, according to Hynix.
2006-05-08 Female android recognizes 400 Korean words
South Korea debuted an android featuring a woman's body and capable of expressing human emotions, following movements and communicating in Korean.
2006-03-15 Asian wireless companies setting up in India
Malaysian and South Korean telecom players are targeting India's booming wireless market. Malaysia's largest telecom operator, Telekom Malaysia Bhd, has reportedly acquired 49 percent of the equity in Spice Telecom, a regional wireless provider.
2007-01-25 2GB DDR2 memory module features 800MHz operating speed
Hynix has developed a 2Gbyte DDR2 memory module with operating speeds of 800MHz, which makes it the fastest of its kind in the industry, the company said.
2005-11-22 Samsung readies display production line
Samsung SDI Co., the world's largest plasma display panel maker, said it will invest more than $450 million to build a fourth-generation OLED (organic light-emitting diode) production line.
2005-11-21 Korean Telecom readies mobile wireless service
Korea Telecom (KT), South Korea's top fixed broadband service carrier, said it will roll out a new mobile wireless broadband service by mid-2006 called WiBro.
2006-11-02 South Korean firm claims 'slimmest' camera modules
LG Innotek, one of South Korea's digital component makers, said it has developed two types of 2Mpixel modules for camera phones, claiming these are the world's slimmest such modules.
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession.
2006-10-04 Silicon wafer shipments to grow 18% in '06
Silicon wafer shipments are expected to increase by 18 percent in 2006, reaching 7,811 million square inches, according to a recent survey conducted by SEMI.
2007-05-18 Samsung unveils 8G LCD module prototype
Samsung has rolled out a prototype 52-inch LCD panel module that uses a glass substrate processed at the company's 8th-generation LCD fab.
2007-04-02 Samsung tips memory chips for content-heavy handsets, CE devices
Samsung's latest memory chip rollouts are aimed at digital CE devices and handsets featuring complex functions and loaded with content-heavy data.
2006-01-04 Samsung takes lead in T-DMB phone race
Samsung Electronics unveiled a T-DMB phone, in a move to take the lead in the fledgling T-DMB handset market.
2007-03-29 Samsung exec sees a stable memory market
Despite worries about the direction of the global memory market, the head of Samsung's semiconductor business forecast that the flash memory market will recover over the next few months while the entire memory market stabilizes later this year.
2006-08-11 Korean foundry teams up with Cadence on process design kit
Dongbu Electronics said it has developed process design kits (PDKs) for high-voltage semiconductor devices.
2006-08-11 Korean chipmaker claims 'smallest' camera processor
Seoul-based multimedia chip maker MtekVision claimed it has developed the world's smallest camera control processor using wafer-level packaging technology.
2006-01-25 Japan hits Hynix with 27.2% tariff
Responding to alleged government subsidies, Japan moved to impose tariffs totaling 27.2 percent on DRAMs manufactured by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
2007-04-30 ISO acknowledges South Korea's mobile RFID technology
South Korea's proprietary mobile RFID technology known as Object Identifier (OID) has been taken up as an international standard by the International Organization for Standardization.
2006-12-11 Hynix unveils 512Mbit mobile DRAM chip
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has developed a 512-Mbit mobile DRAM that meets industry chip standards and operates at 200MHz.
2007-05-21 Handset active-matrix OLED is slim at 0.52mm
Samsung SDI Co. Ltd unveils what it claimed is the world's thinnest active-matrix OLED (AM-OLED) display module for cellphones.
2007-04-10 Displays, ICs boost South Korea's Q1 IT export
South Korea's exports of IT products reached $28.75 billion during the first quarter, up 8.3 percent over the same quarter of 2006, due largely to brisk shipments of semiconductors and flat display panels.
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