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2006-02-16 Japanese trio mulls joint fab plan
Hitachi, Renesas and Toshiba went public with plans for a feasibility study on a joint fab.
2007-02-19 Japanese org targets DTV transition
A new organization in Japan hopes to achieve the goal of selling 30 million DTVs in the country by March 2008, or about 63 percent of its 48 million households.
2006-11-14 Japan's Shemei grows blue LED on silicon wafer
Shimei Semiconductor announced that it has developed a blue LED grown on a silicon wafer that it plans to make available by next April.
2006-06-06 Japan's joint foundry attempt fails due to 'disagreements'
The joint foundry project in Japan has apparently failed because of disagreements among the companies involved.
2006-01-31 Japan's Hynix tariff goes into effect
A countervailing duty of 27.2% on DRAMs manufactured in Korea by Hynix Semiconductor and exported to Japan has been approved by Japan's cabinet and gone into effect.
2005-12-26 Japan's electronics production dipped in 2005
Domestic production for Japan's electronics industry is expected to drop this year for the first time since 2002, but will rise 2.3 percent in 2006, according to Jeita.
2006-12-18 Japan's display makers aim beyond full-HD
For the Japanese electronics industry, 2k is rapidly becoming obsolete. Japanese flat-panel makers are eyeing 'supreme picture quality' by offering 4k: 2,160 x 4,096pixels.
2006-05-01 Japan unrolls mobile digital TV
"One-Seg," a new terrestrial digital TV broadcasting service for mobile devices, debuted in Japan last month, marking the first practical merger of communications and broadcasting.
2006-09-01 Japan shuffles spectrum
Frequency issues may be a gating factor in Japan, where WiMAX penetration depends on how the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications regulates the usage of the 2.5GHz band.
2007-01-25 Japan seeks higher mobile phone security
A coalition of government, industry and research organizations in Japan has proposed the adoption of a common platform for higher security on mobile-phone networks.
2006-03-31 Japan reloads chip R&D effort
Japan's semiconductor industry is launching a renewed five-year R&D effort dubbed the Asuka II Project focusing on 45nm and 32nm technologies.
2006-08-04 Japan project preps tiny inlet for commercial tag duties
Hitachi Ltd will begin volume production this year of an RFID inlet developed by the publicly financed Hibiki project.
2006-08-11 Japan preps one-stop patent licensing scheme for DTV tuners
In an effort to accelerate the spread of digital TV broadcasting in Japan, an industry initiative is preparing a one-stop patent licensing scheme for consumer electronics devices with digital TV tuners.
2006-04-26 Japan OKs copy protection scheme for hard-drive-based DTV recording
Japan's Association of Radio Industries and Businesses has approved the iVDR Consortium's SAFIA as a standard copy protection scheme for hard-drive-based recording of digital TV programs.
2006-05-31 Japan in strong growth phase, says new JEITA head
JEITA named Naoyuki Akikusa, chairman of Fujitsu Ltd, as its new chairman, at a time when the Japanese electronics industry is growing strongly.
2007-01-01 Japan firm grows blue LED on wafer
Shimei Semiconductor's blue LED on a silicon wafer promises to slash the cost of device and ease its integration into CMOS circuits.
2006-05-16 Japan extends chip R&D
The Japan Semiconductor Industry Association has launched its Asuka II project, a new five-year effort to build chips in geometries as fine as 32nm.
2007-03-07 IP core enables one-chip H.264/MPEG-4 codec
Techno Mathematical has developed the industry's first H.264/MPEG-4 intellectual-property core to offer a one-chip encoder/decoder LSI solution.
2006-05-01 Holography system rides single beam
Along with its promise of storing mammoth amounts of data, conventional holography technology presents developers with one big problemit requires two light beams that must be exposed from different directions.
2006-02-09 Hitachi advances paper-thin RFID chip
Targeting radio-frequency identification, Hitachi has developed what it says is the smallest and thinnest IC in the world for those applications.
2006-09-14 Heard on the wire: Elpida to form JV with Taiwan's Powerchip
Elpida Memory said that it is still narrowing its site selection for a new wafer fab, although the Japanese DRAM maker is now fueling speculation about a possible venture in Taiwan.
2006-12-12 Glitch in Sanyo's battery prompts recall
Faulty Li-ion battery packs made by a Sanyo subsidiary have prompted NTT Docomo Inc. to recall and exchange about 1.3 million battery packs used in its 3G handsets.
2006-03-06 Fujitsu, Yokogawa ally on next-gen optical network
Fujitsu Ltd and Yokogawa Electric Corp. have allied on optical transmission systems for next-generation networks such as 40Gb backbone networks and 100Gb Ethernet.
2006-01-18 Fujitsu enters small drive market with Cornice
The Japanese electronics giant Fujitsu Ltd said it will produce 1.8-inch hard-disk drives for portable music players, video cameras and notebooks PCs.
2006-06-26 First HD DVD recorder to hit Japan
Toshiba Corp. will be releasing its first HD DVD recorder in Japan this July with a price tag of around $3,400.
2006-09-21 Fab in Sharp's Kameyama plant features "environmental design"
Sharp Corp. showcased its Kameyama Plant No. 2 on Sept. 19, an extensive facility that features the industry's first 8G fab and an experimental fab with an environmental design.
2006-10-10 EPC Global launches consumer electronics committee
A two-day meeting of EPC Global's Consumer Electronics Discussion Group on RF tag applications for consumer electronics got underway in Japan last week, following an evaluation by EPC's board of a Hitachi RFID tag.
2007-01-30 Elpida-PSC JV ramps 70nm production
Elpida Memory and Powerchip Semiconductor will commence business in April, aiming to launch manufacturing operations with a 70nm process by this summer.
2006-04-28 Elpida, NEC Electronics report losses for 2005
Elpida Memory and NEC Electronics each reported a loss in 2005 but predicted they would reverse declines in 2006.
2006-01-26 Elpida returns to profitability
Elpida Memory returned to the black in its December-ended fiscal third quarter, though its operating profit came it at only one-fifth the company's earlier guidance.
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