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2005-03-23 Metalink unveils 100Mbps chipset
Metalink announced the commercial availability of a new generation of VDSL transceivers capable of transmitting both upstream and downstream at rates of 100Mbps at distances over 200m.
2005-03-29 Memory overcapacity to slow semi growth next year, warns Gartner
In a sign the electronics industry may be in for more rough sledding, market research firm Gartner said in an analysts' meeting here Wednesday (March 23) that growth in the semiconductor market will slow down to 2.1 percent in 2006 from a projected 3.6 percent this year.
2004-09-10 M-Systems, SanDisk to promote next-gen USB flash drives
M-Systems and SanDisk Corp. have signed a strategic collaboration and patent cross-license agreement to jointly develop and promote the next-generation USB flash drive platform.
2005-01-11 M-Systems, SanDisk announce platform to expand USB flash drive use
M-Systems and SanDisk Corp. have created a new hardware and software platform, designated U3 that the companies expect to expand the USB flash drive market beyond storage.
2005-09-15 LSI Logic to sell Gresham plant as it goes fables
Semiconductor supplier LSI Logic Corp. said it would sell its 8-inch wafer manufacturing plant in Gresham, Ore., as it continues to transition to a fabless manufacturing strategy.
2005-08-19 LSI Logic restructures business to focus on key markets
LSI Logic has reorganized its business to focus on the company's key markets of custom integrated circuits, consumer products, and storage platforms and products.
2005-07-12 LG.Philips to sell shares as parent companies seek to trim stake
LG.Philips LCD Co. Ltd has announced it would put up about 26,850,000 primary shares of common stock for sale, as the parent companies of the South Korea-based liquid crystal display joint venture look to reduce their stakes in the company.
2005-06-09 LG.Philips LCD, H-P ink supply agreement
LG.Philips LCD Co. Inc. has inked a three-year supply agreement with Hewlett-Packard in a move the Korea-based liquid crystal display maker hopes will make it the top supplier of displays for notebook PCs
2004-12-03 LG.Philips LCD to invest $5 billion in Korean plant
LG.Philips LCD Co. said Tuesday (Nov. 30) its Board of Directors has approved plans to invest KRW5.3 trillion ($5 billion) in its liquid crystal display manufacturing plant in Paju, north of Seoul, according to a
2004-12-27 LG.Philips LCD cuts guidance as prices fall
LG.Philips LCD said Tuesday (Dec. 21) that higher than expected sequential pricing erosion would result in average panel price declines per square meter of glass for the fourth quarter to be reach 20 percent quarter-on-quarter, compared to the previous guidance of a 10 to 15 percent decline.
2004-10-25 LG.Philips develops 20-inch OLED display
LG.Philips said it has developed the world's largest organic light-emitting diode display panel with its sister firm LG Electronics Inc.
2005-01-26 LG Electronics, Nortel form joint venture
LG Electronics and Nortel have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint venture to provide telecommunications equipment and networking solutions to Korea and other global markets.
2005-09-05 LG develops printing process for color LCD filters
South Korea-based chemical supplier LG Chem Ltd has developed a method to produce color filters used in liquid crystal displays (LCDs) that utilizes ink printing rather than photolithography, which the company claims reduces manufacturing cost and time.
2005-03-11 Lenovo-IBM deal passes U.S. security committee review
The proposed acquisition of IBM's PC business by China-based PC maker Lenovo passed another hurdle Wednesday (March 9) as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) cleared the deal.
2004-09-07 LeCroy to acquire test software company
Test instrument supplier LeCroy Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Computer Access Technology Corp. in a stock transaction valued at $81 million, plus options.
2004-08-25 LCD panel oversupply to trigger price cuts
A combination of slower than expected demand and an onslaught of new fab capacity has created an oversupply of large LCD panels, likely stimulating price cuts for at least another quarter, says market research firm iSuppli/Stanford Resources.
2004-12-14 LCD monitors outsold CRTs in Q3, says DisplaySearch
Sales of liquid crystal display (LCD) desktop monitors outpaced CRT monitor sales in the third quarter despite the inability of the market to adjust to lower panel pricing, according to market research firm DisplaySearch Inc.
2005-07-13 LCD monitor price hikes coming, says Philips exec
After dropping for nearly half a year, prices of some liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors are slated to rise as monitor suppliers increasingly get squeezed by panel suppliers, said Chris Pollitt, product marketing manager of LCD monitors for Business Solutions of Philips Consumer Electronics.
2005-03-28 LCD capital spending to slow, says DisplaySearch
Capital spending on active-matrix liquid crystal display (AMLCD) plants will decline in 2005 and 2006 after reaching a record $12.51 billion in 2004, according to the latest Quarterly TFT-LCD Supply/Demand and Capital Spending Report by DisplaySearch Inc.
2005-09-27 LCD capital spending to flatten, warns report
The global market for array processing equipment for TFT-LCDs is projected to grow only 3 percent in 2005 due to an oversupply of LCD panels, according to a report by market research firm The Information Network.
2005-04-20 Lattice, Synplicity team on FPGAs
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. and Synplicity Inc. have announced a comprehensive development and marketing agreement to enhance and promote Lattice FPGA device performance in Synplicity's Synplify ProFPGA synthesis tool during the second half of 2005.
2005-05-25 Larger LCDs posing production challenges
Larger, wider displays are likely to become the norm as LCD makers ramp up next-generation fabs, but the transition will also present challenges for display and equipment makers, according to speakers at the Society for Information Display conference.
2005-09-22 Large LCD panels to be in oversupply, says iSuppli
Despite strong sales of larger thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) panels in the second quarter, slower-than-expected system production and end-system sales for flat-panel TVs and desktop PC monitors will exacerbate an expected oversupply of panels toward the year's end, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2004-08-02 Large LCD panel prices fall, says DisplaySearch
After 18 months, prices for 10-inch and larger LCD panels have begun to fall, according to DisplaySearch.
2004-09-30 Lamp shortages could stunt microdisplay growth, says report
Ongoing shortages of UHP-type lamps for projection products are not likely to ease even if lamp manufacturers increase production capacity, according to a report by market research firm Insight Media.
2004-08-17 Lambda joins DOSA alliance for dc-dc converters
Lambda, a supplier of standard and custom power supply solutions, has joined the Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA), an industry alliance designed to promote standards in dc-dc power converters.
2004-08-13 Kyocera to make photovoltaic modules in North America
Kyocera Solar Inc. will begin large scale assembly of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules at its maquiladora facility in Tijuana, Mexico this Fall, and establish a regional office in San Diego for solar system engineering and marketing.
2005-08-10 Korean regulators put the heat on Intel
Antitrust authorities in Korea have started looking into rebate and marketing deals Intel Corp. has made with personal computer manufacturers there, according to a regulatory filing Monday (Aug. 8).
2005-03-29 Kopin unveils high-res display
Kopin introduced an active-matrix LCD-based microdisplay with an 800 x 600 pixel resolution in a 0.59-inch diagonal package the company said offers the highest resolution for its size.
2004-08-18 Kodak completes sale of sensor business to ITT
Eastman Kodak Co. has completed the sale of its Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) operations to ITT Ind. Inc. for $725 million in cash.
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