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2010-03-16 New National CEO turns focus on revenue growth
Don Macleod has risen through the ranks of National Semiconductor Corp. to take on the CEO post late last November and has become the man with a missiongrowth in revenue.
2011-09-27 New HP CEO backs Apotheker's strategy
HP has named Meg Whitman as its new CEO, reaffirming strategic decisions made by ex-CEO, Leo Apotheker.
2008-07-07 New alliance to fuel patent pooling
A group of 11 high tech companies that have combined their clout to buy, license and sell strategic patents may point the way for more patent pools to come in a maturing market for intellectual property.
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.
2008-04-07 NAND flash market dip forces vendors to cut production
Many NAND flash vendors are cutting production or delaying operation of fabs due to market downturn. Micron Technology Inc. has pushed out the production of a proposed fab in Singapore, while rival Hynix Semiconductor Inc. plans to cut NAND production.
2004-10-18 Multicore MPUs go mainstream
Intel's decision to take multicore processors into volume production raises a host of unanswered questions.
2008-03-12 Motorola feels Ichan squeeze as execs bail out
New Motorola CEO Greg Brown is facing a new exodus of top executives even as billionaire investor Carl Icahn increases pressure to break up the company and sell off the pieces.
2011-03-17 Most Japan fabs survive 8.9 quake
Although there are few reports of damages on production facilities due to the quake, power shortages may render some of the fabs off line as the country recovers from last week's tragedy.
2007-08-31 More clues point to Google phone
Google's acquisitions and patents support the suggestion that there is phone work going on at Google.
2012-07-09 Mobile device hardware security expected to boom in 2017
Mobile device hardware security market projected to be worth 1.9 billion in 2017.
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."
2011-06-01 Migration to IPv6 gains steam
New IPv6 systems made by Tier One OEMs and powered by NL11k processors will soon ship to support increased IPv6 traffic with typical configurations handling up to 33 percent native IPv6 traffic.
2008-05-20 Microsoft mulls alternatives to Yahoo acquisition
Microsoft has said it is continuing to explore and pursue its alternatives to improve and expand its online services and advertising business.
2006-06-05 Micron, Hynix e-mails indicate price fixing scheme
Online reports said Micron and Hynix exchanged e-mails that suggest the companies colluded to fix memory chip prices in an effort to hurt Rambus.
2012-02-14 Micron, Elpida negotiations still underway
An analyst at Barclays Capital believes that Micron is still in negotiations with Elpida that would result in an asset purchase.
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.
2013-08-21 Micron foresees next-gen dense flash chips
New technologies signal a bunch of change in the memory industry and companies with the right scale will have the ability to invest in bigger R&D ventures, Micron President Mark Adams explains.
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.
2008-10-06 Memory chipmakers face survival test
Memory chipmakers are fighting for their life.
2011-03-14 MediaTek expands operations in Singapore
To strengthen support for the growing Southeast Asian customer base, MediaTek has chosen to expand its operations in Singapore and make it its regional hub for RF design.
2013-06-07 Maxim CEO talks analogue, strategic integration
Maxim Integrated's Tunc Doluca discusses his new 90nm analogue process, his integration strategy, Intel, Samsung and China.
2016-04-06 Marvell's CEO, president step down
The CEO and president of integrated silicon solutions Marvell announced their resignations, and board members immediately form an interim office of the chief executive to lead the company until replacements are appointed.
2003-06-17 Magma acquisition targets structured ASIC market
Magma Design Automation confirmed that it has purchased Los Angeles-based PLD synthesis company Aplus Design Technologies to enter the emerging structured ASIC market.
2002-11-07 Magiq employs quantum technology for encryption
Magiq Technologies Inc. has employed quantum information processing techniques in its development of an uncrackable encryption system for communication lines, slated for delivery early next year.
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.
2004-02-12 Learning the ropes in the IC business
Shengfa learned that it's hard to build a startup in China. But like a warrior preparing for a battle, he has learned to sharpen his tools.
2016-05-16 Layoffs loom at Sharp as Foxconn vows to turn company around
Foxconn founder Terry Gou's vow to turn around display maker Sharp comes with several caveats, including layoffs starting at the board level.
2009-06-12 Judge revives Samsung-Spansion patent feud
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Spansion LLC are set to resume litigation over memory patents after a judge rejected a settlement under which Samsung was to pay Spansion $70 million.
2012-10-17 Jolla eager to join the smartphone circus
Comprised of Nokia's MeeGo N9 organisation, Jolla raised $258.8 million from a variety of telecommunications-industry players to use discarded Nokia Corp. technology.
2014-12-09 ITRI transfers flexible display tech to latest startup
FlexUP Technologies is the fifth spin-off from ITRI this year and its launch suggests that Taiwan's display industry has officially entered the arena of flexible material.
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