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2007-08-01 Tiny MEMS mic increases handset options
Akustica Inc. has unveiled a microphone that measures 1mm? and uses a MEMS diaphragm and on-chip complementary CMOS analog circuitry.
2015-07-09 Taiwan power shortage could cripple chip foundries
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) pressed the Taiwan government to solve a long-term power supply in the country, which could land a serious blow to TSMC as soon as 2020.
2008-11-26 ST: 8bit MCU market is not dead
At a roundtable during the ARM European Technical Conference, Daniel Colonna, marketing director at STMicroelectronics, said the 8bit MCU market is not dead and remains interesting to serve.
2005-05-25 ST considering sale of memory business, says report
STMicroelectronics NV is considering selling its memory business, according to reports.
2007-10-10 SST, Insyde team on flash-based PC storage
Flash vendor Silicon Storage Technology Inc. and BIOS developer Insyde Software Corp. are collaborating on a new platform for flash-based storage in the PC, called FlashMate.
2006-01-10 SMIC to provide mfg services for ARC's processor technology
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. and ARC International plc announced a joint agreement to equip system-on-chip developers in mainland China with configurable technology.
2005-04-22 SMIC moves to 130nm production
Chip maker Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) is scheduled to begin volume production at its 130nm line later this year.
2013-05-10 Silver lining for Japanese fabs
The latest chatter on the streets of Tokyo is that at least one foreign company is bidding for a fab that a Japanese chip company is trying to dump.
2014-06-18 Sensor fusion paves way for next-gen apps
Know the importance of sensor fusion in connected embedded systems and how the ARC EM4 32bit CPU-based sensor IP sub-system allows design of devices with the right performance/power consumption mix.
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it alla stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2004-05-18 Scale tips toward Japan in flash contest
The stakes are up - and the gloves off - in the protracted Japanese-Korean parlay over who possesses the better flash technology, as the market kicks out triple-digit bit growth on the back of such storage-hungry applications as USB thumb drives and cell phone add-in cards.
2008-07-28 SanDisk to set standards for SSDs
SanDisk is set to announce a metric that reduces to a single number the expected lifetime of a flash disk, hoping the industry will adopt its Longterm Data Endurance approach as a de facto standard for solid-state drives.
2002-08-19 Samsung starts ramping 1Gb Flash memory
Samsung Semiconductor Inc. has announced that it is moving into mass production of 1Gb NAND-type Flash memory.
2006-09-07 Samsung ships samples of moviNAND
Samsung Electronics announced that it is now shipping 1- and 2Gbyte samples of moviNAND embedded memory card to leading manufacturers of mobile products.
2005-06-15 Samsung exec predicts memory shortages
Surging demand for flash memory driven by multimedia consumer devices could lead to future memory shortages, a Samsung Semiconductor executive warned Tuesday (June 14).
2010-03-24 Quatrics opens video R&D center in China
Quartics Inc. today has established its center of excellence for video algorithm development and systems engineering in Shanghai, China.
2010-03-24 Quantum films to displace CMOS sensors in digicams?
Quantum films can image scenes with more pixel resolution, offering 4x better sensitivity for ultrahigh-resolution sensors that are cheaper to manufacture, according to InVisage Inc.
2007-09-18 Proposed organization to give voice to IP community
A proposal is circulating to form a new and independent organization which will give the semiconductor IP community a new and much-needed voice in the arena.
2005-11-08 Panelists ponder challenges of 45nm
The move to the 45nm process node will be costly and challenging, but worth it for selected applications, according to panelists at the EDA Tech Forum here Thursday (Nov. 3
2009-06-24 Palmchip plans to break innovation barrier
After three years of non-compete, Palmchip Corp. has come out into the open with announcements that aim to stir design activity and to "stimulate the economy."
2007-04-20 Outlook for IC revenue in '07 still bright, says In-Stat
In-Stat sees worldwide semiconductor revenue in 2007 growing 7.9 percent to $267.3 billion, a contradiction of the downscaled forecasts from other groups.
2007-02-16 Ominous signs dim IC growth outlook
The industry managed modest growth in 2006 and should again post moderate gains of 5 to 12 percent this year albeit a slowdown in GDP growth among countries worldwide, persistent chip inventory of overhang and lackluster demand in the PC and wireless markets.
2010-04-05 Novellus CEO: Old growth drivers push IC recovery
Novellus Systems Inc.'s top executive finds that the semiconductor industry is set for a new and healthy three-to-four year growth cycle, driven by many of the same dynamics from the 1990s.
2005-04-20 No signs of 2H recovery for ICs, equipment, says analyst
Contrary to popular belief, there are no signs of a recovery for the semiconductor and chip-equipment industries in the second half of 2005, according to an analyst with Adams Harkness Inc.
2010-05-24 New Renesas chief shares renaissance roadmap
Yasushi Akao, president of Renesas Electronics said the company's priority is to make hard choices, lay out clear timelines and action plans and do all this in barely three months.
2007-03-16 New flash contender emerges
Startup Grandis will work to develop embedded and standalone devices based on STT-RAM's method for data writes in a bold attempt to commercialize the technology.
2006-08-16 MRAM ushers in era of new memory tech
For the past 11 years, Saied Tehrani and the MRAM development team he directs at Freescale Semiconductor's Arizona facility have worked on a new type of IC memoryone using magnetic resistance instead of charge storage.
2012-01-05 Mobile tech: Good for batteries, good for Asia
The mobile consumer market will add $309 billion to the semiconductor market by 2015, and much of this growth will be spurred by innovations within the power management sector.
2007-04-02 MirrorBit flash moves to production
After nearly five years of development, Spansion Inc. is pushing its 4bit-per-cell MirrorBit flash memory technology into production this quarter in devices with densities ranging from 256Mbits to 2Gbits.
2007-11-05 MIPS charges into 32bit MCU fray
MIPS Technologies Inc., best known as a supplier of IP cores used in SoCs, will enter the fast-growing, high-volume 32bit microcontroller (MCU) market.
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