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2004-10-14 Finisar, Infineon modify terms of fiber optics unit purchase
Finisar Corp. and Infineon Technologies AG announced Monday (Oct.11) they have agreed to modify the terms of a previously announced deal under which Finisar is to acquire Infineon's Fiber Optics Business Unit based in Berlin.
2005-03-02 Falling ASPs will dampen Wi-Fi unit gains, says Infonetics
Confiming all the recent buzz, global Wi-Fi equipment revenue rose 15 percent in 2004 to $2.8 billion while unit sales reached 36.1 million, up 51 percent from 2003, according to Infonetics Research's quarterly market share service Wireless LAN Equipment.
2004-07-20 Fairchild Semi reports profit on strong power sales
Fairchild Semiconductor reported second quarter 2004 sales of $414.3 million, 19 percent higher than the second quarter of 2003 and a 4 percent increase from the prior quarter.
2004-08-16 Fairchild Semi expands China presence
Seeking to increase its footprint in China, Fairchild Semiconductor has added power design centers in Shanghai and Shenzhen and increased headcount and capacity at its less than year-old Suzhou facility.
2005-04-11 Fairchild expects to meet guidance, appoints new exec
Fairchild Semiconductor announced that improving order rates will lift the company's fourth quarter sales to the higher end of its previous guidance of down 5 to 10 percent sequentially from the third-quarter total of $409.7 million
2004-12-06 Fairchild expects to meet guidance, appoints new exec
Fairchild Semiconductor announced Wednesday (Dec. 1) that improving order rates will lift the company's fourth quarter sales to the higher end of its previous guidance of down 5 to 10 percent sequentially from the third-quarter total of $409.7 million.
2005-06-29 Ericsson to reportedly lay off 130, move jobs to China
Wireless equipment Ericsson said that it would lay off 130 of its 230 employees at a unit in Kalmar, Sweden, and move manufacturing jobs to China, according to an Associated Press report.
2004-11-11 Ericsson joins DOSA alliance
Dc/dc power module supplier Ericsson Power Modules (Dallas) has joined the Distributed Open Standards Alliance (DOSA), joining current members Tyco Electronics Power Systems, SynQor Inc., Celestica Power Systems, Lambda, and Delta Electronics.
2004-10-12 Energy-saving LED bulb cuts light costs 80 percent
Lighting Science introduced an environmentally friendly LED bulb that reportedly slashes light costs by 80 percent.
2004-08-30 Ener1, Delphi to form joint venture for lithium batteries
Ener1 Inc. and Delphi Corp. have signed a non-binding letter of intent to create a joint venture to leverage their combined expertise in lithium batteries.
2004-12-23 Ember, Mototech ink partnership on ZigBee products
Ember Corp. and Mototech have entered a partnership to produce cost-effective ZigBee solutions for OEM and ODM customers.
2004-08-23 Ember platform passes NTS standard for ZigBee development
Boston-based Ember Corp.'s wireless mesh networking semiconductor system has passed qualification testing to become National Technical Systems' (NTS) standard to evaluate IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee-ready products.
2004-10-20 eMagin demonstrates UXGA OLED display
eMagin's new active-matrix, OLED display is capable of showing 5.7 million pixels that uses fiber optics to enhance performance and improve design flexibility.
2004-11-12 Electronic suppliers to implement code of conduct
Cisco Systems Inc., Hewlett-Packard (HP), Microsoft and Intel Corp. announced Wednesday (Nov. 10) the formation of a supply chain working group to develop integrated implementation plans for the recently announced Electronics Industry Code of Conduct (EICC).
2005-05-19 Electro Energy to acquire former Energizer plant
Electro Energy Inc. has agreed to acquire equipment and lease facilities formerly owned by Energizer Power Systems to manufacture lithium and nickel batteries.
2004-08-27 DTV sales to skyrocket in China, says iSuppli
Unit shipments of digital television (DTV) sets in China are expected to rise from 4.3 million in 2004 to 17.6 million by 2008 on strong domestic consumer demand, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2005-01-18 DOSA and PMBus initiative join forces
Tyco Electronics Power Systems and SynQor, the founding members of the Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA), announced an alignment with the Power Management Bus (PMBus) initiative led by Artesyn Technologies Inc., as part of a migration effort to digitally-interfaced on-board dc/dc power architecture.
2005-05-27 Display glass to adapt to new apps, Corning exec says
Although the flat-panel LCD TV market will be a key driver for Corning Inc.'s glass development and expansion plans, system-on-glass applications, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and flexible substrates will also be in the mix, according to a company executive.
2004-11-22 Digital TV shipments to quadruple through 2008, says iSuppli
The combination of government deadlines and the continued emergence of advanced TV technologies will cause digital television shipments to rise at a 44.5 percent compound annual growth rate, from 19.9 million in 2004 to 86.6 million by 2008, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2004-08-25 Delphi, Parlex to ally on flexible circuits
Delphi Corp. and Parlex Corp. have entered a strategic alliance both companies expect will help improve their presence in the military and aerospace flexible interconnect market.
2005-04-27 Data converter selection becoming more complex, says ADI
Although speed and resolution have been the traditional factors engineers used to select data converters, specifying the appropriate converter hinges just as much on what application the part is used in, according to John Hussey of Analog Devices Inc. (ADI).
2007-10-11 DAQ boards offer speed, integration, flexibility
As test and measurement and control applications become more stringent, makers of DAQ boards are responding with boards that offer faster throughput, higher levels of integration and flexibility, and easier programming.
2004-08-13 Cree to expand North Carolina plant
Cree Inc. said it would expand its manufacturing and research and development operations in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, spending $300 million in plant and equipment improvements while adding at least 300 new jobs over the next five years.
2005-06-06 Cree to close silicon microwave business
Cree Inc. has announced it would close the unprofitable silicon radio frequency (RF) and microwave semiconductor business of its subsidiary Cree Microwave Inc., to focus on silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) RF and microwave products
2005-05-23 Cree licenses white LED patent
Cree Inc. has licensed its white LED patent to several strategic chip customers, including Stanley Electric Co. Ltd, and Rohm Co. Ltd, both of Japan, and Cotco Holdings Ltd (Hong Kong).
2005-10-21 CPT develops display with RGBW technology
Taiwan display supplier Chunghwa Picture Tubes Ltd has developed a high-brightness, low-power 2.0-inch qVGA display utilizing Clairvoyante's PenTile RGBW technology.
2004-10-13 Corning to take third-quarter charges as telecom lags
Continuing to reel from a weak telecom market, Corning Inc. announced Thursday (Oct. 7) it would take non-cash charges ranging from $2.8 billion to $2.9 billion against its third-quarter results.
2006-02-03 Corning to establish LCD glass plant in China
Corning Inc. has approved funding to establish a LCD glass substrate finishing facility in the People's Republic of China.
2004-12-07 Corning says LCD glass sales fell in November
Corning Inc. announced Thursday (Dec. 2) that LCD glass shipments dropped in November and could result in LCD glass sales remaining flat from the previous quarter.
2004-11-04 Corning reiterates Q4 guidance, expansion plans
Corning Inc. reiterated its guidance for the fourth quarter ending December on Tuesday (Nov. 2), calling for revenue of $950 million to $1 billion and earnings per share of 10 to 12 cents before charges.
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