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2004-11-03 Toshiba announces exchange program for PC memory
Toshiba Corp. has announced a voluntary exchange program for memory modules in some of its notebook PCs after identifying a module problem that could cause the PCs to exhibit blue screens, lock up, or experience corruption of memory data.
2005-12-20 Tokyo court orders release of evidence in AMD suit
In a possible turn of events in the suit by AMD against Intel, the Tokyo District Court said it would require the Fair Trade Commission of Japan to release evidence obtained during its investigation of Intel K.K.
2005-01-07 TI, AT&T to speed VoIP adoption
Texas Instruments Inc. and AT&T have announced that they are working together to provide voice-over-IP (VoIP) equipment designers and manufacturers new platforms to develop products compatible with AT&T's global IP network.
2004-09-17 TI develops accurate gas gauge technology for lithium batteries
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a gas gauge technology the company says calculates remaining capacity in lithium-based battery packs with up to 99 percent accuracy throughout the entire life of a battery.
2004-11-11 TI begins producing DSPs using 90nm technology
Texas Instruments has begun volume production on 1GHz digital signal processors using 90nm process technology.
2004-11-10 TI begins producing DSPs using 90nm technology
After months of telling the industry of its ambitious plans, Texas Instruments Inc. has begun volume production on 1GHz digital signal processors (DSPs) using 90nm process technology
2005-01-10 Thomson, Zarlink develop 'plug-and-play' DTV module
Zarlink and Thomson produced what the companies claim is the industry's first single-conversion tuner module to meet U.S. performance specs for 'plug-and-play' digital TV.
2005-01-24 Thomson forms DTV alliance with Japanese TV maker
France-based electronics supplier Thomson has formed an alliance to develop digital TV with Japanese TV and electronic goods maker Funai Electric Co. Ltd.
2004-11-12 Tessera, Matsushita sign packaging agreement
Tessera Technologies Inc. has signed a technology licensing agreement with Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd (MEI), giving the Japanese consumer electronic supplier access to its IP portfolio of multi-chip and chip-scale packages.
2005-04-07 Tessera, Hynix sign package license agreement
Packaging IP supplier Tessera Technologies has signed a new technology licensing agreement with Korea-based DRAM supplier Hynix Semiconductor.
2005-07-21 TDK to acquire Lambda Power Division from Invensys
The restructuring of the global power supply industry has taken another turn as Japan-based TDK Corp. has agreed to acquire the Lambda Power Division from London-based Invensys plc. for $235 million.
2005-09-20 Talwalkar quickly puts stamp on LSI Logic
Abhi Talwalkar appears to be wasting no time letting the industry know who's in charge now at semiconductor supplier LSI Logic.
2005-03-17 Synopsys unveils 'next-gen' compiler for physical design
Synopsys unveiled a physical design solution, which the company claims provides leading-edge performance and already carries endorsements by key IC suppliers.
2005-04-18 Synopsys unveils 'next-gen' compiler
The company introduces a physical design solution which it says provides concurrent clock tree synthesis, routing and yield optimization.
2005-02-21 Synopsys loss meets guidance as license revenue falls
EDA vendor Synopsys Inc. posted a GAAP loss of $14.6 million, or 10 cents per share, on sales of $241.3 million in its first 2005 fiscal quarter ended Jan. 31, ostensibly due to the company's shift from an upfront to time-based license revenue model.
2004-11-17 Symbol Technologies unveils Wi-Fi switch, port
Symbol Technologies introduced its next gen WS 2000 enterprise wireless switch and AP 300 802.11a/b/g wireless access port for small and medium businesses.
2004-10-14 STMicro to partner in Chinese Linux computing initiative
STMicroelectronics has signed an agreement with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and CEA, the French Atomic Energy Commission to become a partner in the Chinese Open Platform Initiative, which is developing a new computing platform based on Linux open-source software.
2004-10-15 STMicro teams with Chinese firm on digital TV software
STMicroelectronics has signed an agreement to form a joint venture with HDIC, a company of Shanghai Jiaotong University, which develops technologies for digital TV.
2005-02-15 Spectrum Control acquires RF amp maker
Spectrum Control Inc. announced Friday (Feb. 11) that Spectrum Microwave Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary, has acquired the assets of Amplifonix Inc. for $10 million.
2004-10-20 Spectrum Control acquires REMEC's RF business
Spectrum Control Inc. has acquired the RF and microwave components business unit of Remec Inc. for $8 million, plus possible contingent payments based upon customer order rates during the next six months.
2004-12-24 Sony reportedly seeks to exit plasma display market
Sony Corp. is considering leaving the plasma display market to focus on flat-panel liquid crystal (LCD) displays, according to several online reports.
2005-06-06 Skyworks ends support for Conexant's assembly business
Semiconductor supplier Skyworks Solutions Inc. has decided it will no longer support Conexant Systems' second sourcing of assembly and test manufacturing services, effective July
2004-12-13 Sirenza Microdevices to acquire ISG Broadband
In a move to strengthen its RF capabilities, Sirenza Microdevices Inc. has announced it would acquire ISG Broadband Inc. for $7 million in cash.
2005-08-30 SigmaTel completes acquisition of Protocom
Analog and mixed-signal semiconductor supplier SigmaTel Inc. has finalized the acquisition of Protocom Corp., a privately held semiconductor supplier of multi-function imaging chips.
2004-11-29 Sigma says processor is being designed into FVD players
Sigma Designs announced that its EM8620L media processor is being designed into first-generation FVD (forward versatile disc) players now emerging in Taiwan and China.
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
2004-12-21 Sharp to bolster solar cell production
Sharp Corp. has announced it will expand its solar cell production lines at its Katsuragi Plant in Nara Prefecture to cope with burgeoning demand for solar power both in Japan and abroad.
2004-08-09 Shareholders approve STATS, ChipPAC merger
Shareholders of both semiconductor test and assembly service providers STATS and ChipPAC have approved a merger originally announced in February 2004.
2005-03-15 Semiconductor industry faces 'difficult year' in 2005
Despite what appears to be some bright spots in the consumer, PC, and wireless markets, the IC industry is facing a "difficult year" in 2005, according to vendors and analysts at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) last week.
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.
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