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2014-06-04 Seagate to break into flash market with LSI controllers
The disc drive maker has made a deal with Avago to acquire LSI's Accelerated Solutions Division and Flash Components Division for $450 million in pursuit of the growing flash market.
2007-08-09 SanDisk, Hynix partner on 300mm fab
Against the background of rising NAND demand, SanDisk and Hynix plan to build a joint fab, reported the media in Europe.
2014-07-11 Samsung out, TSMC in as Apple's mobile processor supplier
TSMC reportedly signed a deal with iPhone maker Apple last year to supply mobile processors using its FinFET process at the 16nm and 10nm nodes.
2011-04-21 Samsung mulls sale of HDD business
Samsung is reportedly planning to sell its faltering HDD business in order to focus on the SSD segment. Seagate has been identified as a potential buyer.
2011-05-19 Russia, Crocus ink $300M MRAM production deal
Under the $300 million deal signed with Rusnano, Crocus will set up a Russian joint venture to manufacture ICs for MRAM using 90nm process technology.
2004-01-16 Running job-security scared
With the rapid outsourcing to China, some would argue that the U.S. middle class is shrinking and running job-security scared.
2008-02-13 Rumor: Motorola, Nortel discuss merger of wireless units
Media reports circulated early this week that Motorola and Nortel Networks are in talks for a joint venture that would combine their wireless network infrastructure.
2005-05-25 Report: Apple explores use of Intel chips
In what would be a major shift in the computer world, Apple reportedly is talking with Intel about using its chips in its Macintosh line.
2008-12-03 Report: AMD Phenom II chips echo Intel's i7
940 versus 940. That may be the confusing Intel-AMD processor model-number juxtaposing that consumers can look forward to next year.
2015-06-09 Rejoinder to 'China and India have lost their lustre'
Last month, a writer engaged by Cliosoft said that China and India have lost their lustre as Vietnam is poised to overtake them. In this rejoinder, Rohit Girdhar at Infineon, begs to differ.
2014-03-25 R&D nosedives as shareholders target short-term returns
A significant industry milestone is taking place as many investors veer away from long-term R&D investments and turn to semiconductor companies for short-term yields.
2016-04-25 Qualcomm logs robust Q2 sales, reveals licensing deals
Qualcomm said that its fiscal Q2 was boosted by new license agreements in China, and also credited stronger-than-expected performance across the company's chipset business.
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.
2007-11-01 Processor battle moves to the cores
The latest maneuvers in the chess match between Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. find the rivals advancing toward similar architectures.
2006-08-07 Philips sells semiconductor unit
Royal Philips Electronics has divested and sold a majority stake in its semiconductor business to a trio of equity firms: KKR, Silver Lake Partners and AlpInvest Partners.
2013-01-31 Philips returns to lighting roots, drop CE business
Philips has exited the consumer electronics market choosing to focus instead on segments such as LED lighting and control systems.
2006-08-22 Philips could sell stake in display JV, say reports
Royal Philips Electronics NV is talking to several industrial groups and private equity companies about a possible sale of its 33 percent stake in LG.Philips LCD Co., according to online reports.
2014-10-28 Persuasion meets passion: Inside a $125 million MPU start-up
A microprocessor start-up that raises $125 million is a rare desert flower in Silicon Valley these days. The founders of Soft Machines shared some of the story of how they survived seven years through a historic recession and the hurdles that still stand between the company and its first revenue.
2005-07-27 Penn blasts 'timid' semiconductor CEOs
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2015-06-16 PC, chip demand in Q2 plunge to almost 20%
Although the iPhone supply chain and the automotive market offer some respite to the industry, chip demand also is weak for tablets, TVs and many Android phones, reported Deutsche Bank.
2008-09-22 Patent startup secures high-profile VC investments
A startup that claims it has a better approach for helping high tech companies deal with the rising costs of patent litigation and licensing has gained backing from two large venture capitalists.
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.
2006-04-13 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.
2008-02-27 Opinion: The time for parallel computing is now
A veteran computer science professor asserts that the electronics industry is not investing enough time, energy and money to address what has become a pressing need for a genuine technology breakthrough in parallel programming.
2008-10-30 Opinion: Tech longs for R&D backing, not simply cash
The U.S. government cannot stop America's auto market from imploding. Neither can it save the equity market simply by pouring money into it.
2008-10-20 Opinion: Cadence loses 'glory' in expanded markets
The road to hell may have good intentions. Cadence will find out how close it has led to corporate dysfunction.
2004-02-02 Open architecture ATE tackles test woes
The basic idea behind the open architecture test system is to provide such modularization with specific focus on the use of third-party modules and test instruments.
2008-12-22 Nvidia bids to dislodge Intel as rivalry gets ugly
Intel and Nvidia are entering into a new, nasty phase of competition. What's at stake? Only the future of the personal computer.
2012-08-14 Nvidia beats revenue outlook
Resulting from its foray into the tablet and smartphone markets, things are looking up for the company with Nexus 7 and Microsoft Surface using Tegra chips.
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.
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