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2009-01-19 Wall Street forecasts 20% IC market dip in '09
Wall Street has given its 2009 fearless predictions for the IC and fab-tool sectors at the Industry Strategy Symposium
2012-10-25 Weak demand slumps TI, Wall Street disappointed
Despite TI's third quarter sales coming in at the upper half of the company's targeted range, the result still fell below analysts' expectations.
2010-02-19 Barclays Capital ups PC processors sales forecast
Growth in unit sales of PC processors and PC servers will be stronger than expected this year, according to Barclays Capital report.
2008-09-30 Analysts stay cool amid Wall Street crisis
Analysts remain positive that the crisis on Wall Street may not have a strong negative impact on the electronics industry
2006-09-08 ATI lowers sales forecast by $140M
ATI said that consolidated revenue for Q4 of fiscal 2006 is currently expected to be around $520 million, which is more than $100 million below estimates before AMD offered to buy the company.
2013-01-28 Apple stock plunges, Wall Street concerned
Apple's stock price dipped by almost 10 per cent following the company's forecasted sequential sales decline of more than 20 per cent.
2008-10-28 Outlook: Semi's situation is not yet like 2001
Some harrowing phrases in relation to the high-tech industry's worst market challenges are popping up in executive comments, reminiscing nightmares from the past about what the industry might expect next year and beyond.
2006-06-12 Gartner sees slowdown in IC industry
Gartner Inc. reiterated its bullish chip forecast for 2006, but the market research firm sees a slowdown and consolidation in the IC industry
2002-10-01 Recruitment, pay issues highlight 2002 survey
Asia's electronics engineers are still looking for the proverbial light at the end of tunnel as a prolonged economic downturn continues to hound the global electronics industry. Last year's forecast of a 2002 recovery has long been forgotten, and companies are bracing themselves from the impact of the accounting scandals that have rocked Wall Street. On the other hand, the continued exodus of multinational electronic manufacturers to mainland China as well as India and Taiwan's efforts to strengthen their respective IC design sectors have somewhat intensified the recruitment of electronic engineers in Asia.
2006-04-13 Outlook better for IC equipment market, says investment banking firm
Investment banking firm Piper Jaffray has not changed its overall capital spending forecast, which calls for 15 percent growth in 2006 over 2005
2008-10-20 Opinion: Tech firms will have enough investment
The nightmare du jour on Wall Street springs from the idea that the whole global economy is being starved of investment because bankers are not willing to lend each other or even among companies
2006-10-26 NAND vendors optimistic despite slowdown
Gartner Inc. last week slashed its 2006 NAND flash memory growth forecast by a whopping $1.5 billion, and predicted a sluggish market for 2007
2009-04-09 Micron veers away from Taiwan DRAM venture
Micron Technology Inc. has cut its capital spending amid ongoing losses and a lowered forecast, and disclosed it has no plans to join the new DRAM venture in Taiwanfor now
2006-10-10 Lam Research defies slowing tool market trend
Lam Research continues to be one of the few shining stars in the capital equipment market. The company is expected to exceed Wall Street's forecast for the September quarter.
2006-04-10 iPod slump to impact chip makers
Investment banking firm Lehman Brothers has lowered its shipment forecast for Apple's iPod producta move that spells more bad news for chip makers in the MP3 arena
2010-11-22 Fab tool outlook mixed, says Applied CEO
Mike Splinter, chairman and CEO of Applied Materials Inc., said the company has increased its sales forecast for 2010 to between $29 billion and $30 billion
2002-06-25 Analysts flatten computer growth forecasts
Wall Street analysts cratered already low growth forecasts for the computer industry in 2002-2003 to near zero this week following quarterly earnings warnings from Apple Computer Inc., Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and others
2004-08-12 Tepid financials suggest sluggish EDA recovery
The latest quarterly results from Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Mentor Graphics Corp., and an earnings warning from Synopsys Inc., suggest that the upswing EDA industry watchers had been hoping for hasn't yet materialized. But smaller public EDA companies reported good results.
2010-07-09 Tablet PCs bite into netbook, notebook sales
The success of tablet PC is expected to pull down sales of notebooks and netbooks, shifting some business away from x86 chips and Windows toward ARM-based processors and Google Android.
2005-08-04 Supply chain contrarian
For the record, Bob Swanson, chairman and founder of analog chip maker Linear Technology Corp., doesn't want to give the impression that he's calling his customers idiots.
2008-10-14 Semicast: Consumer electronics to achieve steady growth
The market for 32-/64bit MCUs, embedded microprocessors and general purpose DSPs will show steady and on-going growth despite the current economic uncertainties, particularly affecting confidence in the United States, Europe and Japan.
2015-11-06 Q'Comm reports dismal sales, smartphone decline to persist
The market dynamics hit Qualcomm especially hard especially because it is still suffering from the loss of a design win in top-tier smartphones from Samsung.
2005-07-27 Penn blasts 'timid' semiconductor CEOs
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2010-04-27 Novellus' Hill: IC market set for four-year growth cycle
Novellus is back on track after being hit hard by the downturn last year. The IC industry is set for a new and healthy three-to-four year growth cycle, according to Novellus CEO Rick Hill.
2010-11-03 MIPS on the rise
Processor core vendor MIPS Technologies is growing strong, and Sandeep Vij, CEO, MIPS, says greatness can be achieved if a company has "a soul."
2009-04-17 Microchip seeks to 'elbow out' MCU rivals
Having failed to acquire Atmel Corp., Microchip Technology Inc. hopes to expand or "elbow out" its product linesand its rivalsamid a growing crisis in the MCU and overall IC supply chain.
2014-12-18 LTE breathes new life to WiMAX startup
Georges Karam, Sequans CEO, shared how Sequans Communications managed to transition from a purely- WiMAX provider to target LTE-only single modem chip market.
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices.
2007-01-18 Intel to sell NOR fab
Preparing for a possible exit in the NOR flash-memory market, Intel said that it has put its wafer fab up for sale.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
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