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2005-08-23 JDS Uniphase sells microlasers to Teem Photonics
Continuing to restructure, JDS Uniphase Corp. has agreed to sell its passive Q-switched microlaser product line and Grenoble, France, plant to Teem Photonics S.A., also in Grenoble.
2004-08-06 JDS Uniphase acquires light engine maker
JDS Uniphase has acquired light engine maker Advanced Digital Optics Inc. for $12 million in cash to expand its capabilities in designing and manufacturing microdisplay light engines for the high-definition TV market.
2005-12-22 Japanese makers turn tables in Patriot Scientific suit
High-tech IP company Patriot Scientific Corp. has been named a defendant in five declaratory judgment lawsuits filed in the Federal District Court in Oakland, Calif., by a group of 20 Japanese electronics manufacturers.
2005-06-06 Japanese dominate OLED equipment market, says report
Although Japan's once-dominant position in the display market has come under attack from Korean and Taiwanese suppliers in recent years, the country is the leader in the OLED manufacturing equipment market, according to an iSuppli Corp. report
2004-09-03 Japanese display makers unite on LCD TV panels
Hitachi Ltd, Toshiba Corp. and Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd have agreed to establish a joint venture to manufacture and sell LCD panels for flat-panel TVs that would begin operating January 2005.
2004-08-11 Japanese companies seek alliance on LCD TV screens
Three leading Japanese display suppliers, Hitachi Ltd, Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. and Toshiba are negotiating to form an alliance to produce TFT-LCD panels used in flat-panel TVs, according to a Reuters report.
2005-08-22 Japan's fab-tool book-to-bill stays above parity
Japanese semiconductor production equipment manufacturers posted a book-to-bill ratio of 1.08 for July according to the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan.
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
2005-11-11 iSuppli: Falling prices make profits elusive for LCD TV makers
Falling prices will make it difficult for both LCD panel and TV set makers to grow their revenue, according to market search firm iSuppli Corp
2005-08-05 iSuppli analyst: Volatility of memory market will lessen
As suppliers of semiconductor memory chips diversify their product lines, the volatile pricing and supply cycles long characteristic of products such as dynamic random access memories (DRAMs) could someday become a thing of the past, according to iSuppli Corp. market analyst Nam Hyung Kim.
2004-07-16 Intersil to cut back 200 jobs
Intersil Corp. said Tuesday (July 13, 2004) it would eliminate 200 positions by the year's end in an effort to streamline manufacturing and support functions.
2005-01-24 Intersil sells EEPROM lines to IC Microsystems
ntersil Corp. has sold its Xicor serial EEPROM product lines to IC Microsystems, a leading IC design company in Malaysia, for an undisclosed amount.
2004-08-04 Intersil reports profit, completes Xicor acquisition
Intersil Corp. reported net income of $27.2 million on sales of $144.2 million in its second quarter, compared to $20.1 million on sales of $125.5 million in the year-ago quarter.
2004-08-30 Intersil and Digi-Key sign distribution agreement
Analog semiconductor supplier Intersil Corp. has signed an agreement with electronics distributor Digi-Key Corp. to distribute its products through its catalogues and websites worldwide.
2005-01-14 Intel, ZTE to collaborate on WiMAX solutions
Intel Corp. and ZTE Corp. have announced plans to jointly deliver global broadband wireless solutions using WiMAX technology, joining the growing ranks of companies adopting the emerging wireless network standard.
2004-09-24 Intel invests in digital home companies
Intel Corp. announced that its venture investing organization, Intel Capital, has made five additional investments in companies developing technologies for the digital home.
2005-10-26 Intel invests $650 million to expand 300mm fab
Continuing its strategy to increase 300mm manufacturing capacity, semiconductor supplier Intel Corp. announced Monday (Oct. 24) it would invest $650 million to expand an existing fab in Rio Rancho, N.M., called Fab 11X.
2004-09-13 Intel inks agreement with biochip company
Intel Corp. has entered into an agreement with CombiMatrix Corp. to work together on the feasibility of various projects utilizing CombiMatrix's core technology.
2004-11-23 Intel CEO Barrett reportedly expects better 2005 start
Once again unfazed by dismal market forecasts, Intel Corp. chief executive Craig Barrett said Thursday (Nov. 18) he expects the chipmaker to report higher revenue from global operations in the first half of 2005 than in the same period this year, according to several wire service reports.
2005-10-11 Intel acquires Zarlink's digital broadcast business
Intel Corp. has agreed to acquire the digital broadcast business and IP of troubled chipmaker Zarlink Semiconductor Ltd, to strengthen its platform solution offerings for home consumer electronics.
2005-02-15 Infineon, Samsung team on Linux smartphone design
Infineon Technologies AG and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced Friday (Feb. 11) they have teamed to develop what the companies claim is the first UMTS/EDGE smartphone reference design based on the Linux operating system.
2005-04-11 Infineon unveils high-density memory for mobile, graphics apps
Seeking to increase its presence in the notebook and graphics markets, Infineon Technologies AG unleashed a number of high-density memory products last week.
2005-06-15 Infineon supplies DDR3 protoype to Intel, but gives few details
Infineon Technologies AG has shipped a working prototype of a Double Data Rate 3 (DDR3) memory chip to Intel Corp., but gave few device details including memory capacity.
2004-08-11 Infineon expands DRAM agreement with Winbond
Semiconductor suppliers Infineon Technologies AG and Winbond Electronics Corp. have signed an agreement to expand their existing cooperation on the production of standard DRAM chips.
2004-09-20 Infineon agrees to pay $160M fine in U.S. DRAM price-fixing probe
Infineon Technologies AG has agreed to pay a $160 million fine as part of a federal DRAM price-fixing probe, the Justice Department said.
2004-10-11 Industry slowdown is short term, says National's Halla
Refraining from making any predictions, National Semiconductor Corp. President and Chief Executive Brian Halla said in an analyst's meeting Tuesday (Oct. 5) that the current slowdown in the electronics industry represents mostly a short-term inventory correction by customers.
2004-11-25 IEEE forms high-power PoE group
PowerDsine, a supplier of power-over-Ethernet (PoE) solutions, announced Monday (Nov. 22) that the Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has formed a new 802.3 Study Group to discuss the enhancement of the IEEE PoE 802.3af standard.
2005-04-26 IBM to reportedly sell 200mm semi plant
IBM Corp. is seeking to sell or lease almost 1 million square feet of semiconductor research and manufacturing plant in East Fishkill, New York, according to an unpublished report.
2005-06-28 IBM to reportedly hire 14,000 in India
In another apparent cost-cutting move, IBM Corp. is adding 14,000 jobs in India after recently slashing 13,000 jobs in Europe and the U.S., according to an online New York Times report.
2004-10-21 IBM expands P5 server line
IBM added three new eServer Power5 processors for high-end computing.
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