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2012-04-10 Toshiba bows out of Elpida bid
Toshiba Corp. no longer plans to bid for a stake in fellow Japanese chip vendor Elpida Memory Inc., according to a Reuters news service report.
2015-12-14 Top 5 semiconductor M&As of 2015
EE Times Asia reviewed the M&A deals that were either announced or completed this year, and came up with the top five synergies in terms of dollar value.
2005-11-24 TI to sell sensor, RFID division, says analyst
Texas Instruments has reached an agreement to sell its Sensors & Controls division, according to Tristan Gerra, an analyst with R.W. Baird.
2010-04-29 TI to double 300mm analog fab capacity
Texas Instruments Inc. plans to double the manufacturing capacity in its 300mm analog fab in Richardson, bringing its revenue capability to about $2 billion.
2015-11-24 The truth behind product 'repairability,' obsolescence
Is it wrong to say that there is planned obsolescence in our products via hardware failure, when the reality is that its obsolescence is due to problematic software upgrades or new standards?
2007-03-28 The other side of the wafer [fab craze]
In 2004, Nanotech Corp. turned heads by securing used equipment and process technology from Intel and promising to build a fab about 100 miles west of Shanghai. But the loans promised by China's policy banks never materialized.
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.
2002-04-04 Technical program assembled for upcoming DAC
Hoping to convince designers that this year's Design Automation Conference is worth the trek to New Orleans, the show's committees have announced an innovative technical program.
2008-09-19 Tech firms face impact of financial crisis
Out of 30 semiconductor companies tracked by EE Times, only ST managed to squeeze out a positive performance on the equity market.
2015-05-18 Taptic engine, tattoos spell trouble for Apple Watch
Demand for the Apple Watch has outstripped supply during the initial launch period. The small number of wearables trickling out to end-users can be blamed on trouble with the taptic engine.
2011-08-08 Talkwalkar's profile fits AMD's next CEO
AMD's CEO should be a person who knows the dynamics of the Intel market and has lots of experiences, a profile that fits Talkwalkar 's experience and character.
2013-02-08 Tablets continue to eat into the PC market
Market research firm Canalys recently revealed that media tablets like the iPad have accounted for one in three personal computer shipments during the fourth quarter of 2012.
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.
2004-10-01 Synopsys' fiscal woes are its own, EDA competitors insist
EDA vendors agree that the problems at Synopsys are its own and insist that EDA is not headed into dire straits.
2004-09-29 Synopsys looking to acquire PDF Solutions, says analyst
EDA giant Synopsys Inc. is reportedly looking to acquire design-for-manufacturing (DFM) software specialist PDF Solutions Inc., an analyst from American Technology Research Inc. said Friday (Sept. 24).
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.
2007-01-24 Sun-Intel deal puts heat on AMD, report says
Sun Microsystems reportedly is about to ink a contract with Intel Corp. on the supply of server processors, according to reports.
2006-05-29 Stock option shell game investigated
The news that Vitesse Semiconductor was being investigated sparked some issues on the way stock options were handed out in the electronics industry.
2006-06-07 Stock option scandal hurts tech industry in more ways than one
Aside from falling share prices and shareholder suits, the stock option scandal has potentially more damaging effects the tech industry could sustain: of the public trust, investor confidence and employee loyalty.
2014-11-03 Start-ups, robotics research drive YC founder
Each year Y Combinator gives seed funds to a few dozen start-ups and coaches them along to their first prototype demos. The start-up incubator has funded a whopping 740 or more start-ups to date, including hits such as AirBnB, Dropbox, Pebble, and Reddit.
2005-01-28 ST to exit select IC markets amid 4% sales jump
Amid lackluster results in Q4and a gloomy outlook for Q1STMicroelectronics Inc. (ST) said this week (Jan. 26) that it plans to take a $60 million impairment charge for scaling back its efforts in the modem and other non-strategic chip markets.
2005-05-25 ST considering sale of memory business, says report
STMicroelectronics NV is considering selling its memory business, according to reports.
2014-04-21 SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share.
2011-03-15 Sony realigns core businesses, hints at next CEO
Sony has bared plans to realign its core electronics and networked service operations into two business groups. The company has also identified a potential successor to current CEO Howard Stringer.
2013-12-06 Sony mulls Renesas fab buy to boost CMOS sensor share
Sony is considering buying a chip fab from Renesas in a plan to expand its complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor production.
2008-12-11 Small is beautiful for green-tech newbies
Les Fritzemeier heads up a tiny solar-energy start-up that most people have never heard of, Wakonda Technologies. But rather than worry about being steamrolled by the sliding economy, he feels like he's in a great spot.
2009-07-24 Silicon Valley sets sights on Taiwan stock market
Silicon Valley executives are eyeing Taiwan's stock markets as a place for raising capital to fuel their growth given the tight U.S. venture capital and public markets.
2010-10-25 Shortened FPGA lead times may bode trouble
Analysts see the shortening of PL device lead times as reported by Xilinx and Altera as a sign of slowing demand, though they appear divided on how severe the impact might be.
2015-12-03 Semiconductor industry M&As breach $100B mark
The wave of consolidation that has run rampant in the semiconductor industry for more than a year has reached new heights as buyers scramble to land a shrinking number of acquisition targets.
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.
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