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2002-03-08 Sony leverages Aiwa to compete against Chinese suppliers
Sony Corp. will finally make Aiwa Co. Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary and use its brands to compete with price-sensitive products produced mainly in China.
2007-04-26 Sony joins blue-violet laser market
Sony announced it will join the blue-violet laser market with a monthly production capacity of 1.7 million units.
2007-05-18 Sony in the red despite record-high sales
Sony reported that it achieved record-high sales of $68.6 billion for the fiscal year ending in March, mainly thanks to its electronics segment, but the media focused its attention on the losses sustained by the company's game business.
2002-08-30 Sony IC improves flat-panel TV picture quality
Sony Corp. has developed a chipset that improves the picture quality of flat-panel TVs, and will use the chips in six models of its Wega TVs to be introduced this fall.
2005-04-05 Sony establishes mobile display unit
Sony Corp. established ST Mobile Display Corp. (STMD) as its second low temperature polysilicon thin-film liquid crystal display production base to boost panel production.
2004-12-31 Shin-etsu Handotai to build 300mm wafer factory in Washington
Seeking to meet growing demand for 300mm wafers, leading wafer supplier Shin-Etsu Handotai Co. Ltd (SEH) will expand its factory and construct a new 300mm wafer factory in Vancouver, Washington.
2002-10-25 Sharp, SEL integrate processor into system-on-glass device
Sharp Corp. and Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd have integrated an 8-bit Z80 processor onto a glass substrate with an LCD.
2005-06-06 Sharp unveils 65-in. LCD TV to compete with plasma screens
Sharp Corp. will introduce a full high-definition 65-inch liquid crystal display TV in August that will compete with large-sized plasma TVs from LG Philips and Matsushita
2005-09-27 Sharp tunes in full HD for flat TVs
Sharp Corp. said it intends to equip all its large LCD TVs with full HD resolution.
2007-01-10 Sharp touts largest available LCD panel
Sharp Corp. introduced a 108-inch LCD panel at the Consumer Electronics Show, calling it the largest unit yet.
2005-07-19 Sharp to promote dual-view LCDs
Sharp Corp. has developed a dual-view display based on its 3D LCD technology that delivers different images to viewers on the right and left respectively.
2002-04-29 Sharp to build second fab for system-on-LCD panels
Sharp Corp. has decided to build the second fabrication facility dedicated to making continuous grain silicon LCDs, anticipating that its initial CGS LCD fab in Tenri, Japan, scheduled to begin production in October, will not satisfy market demand. Both fabs will make small and mid-sized panels for mobile products.
2004-04-26 Sharp to adopt DLP for rear-projection TV
Sharp Corp. will adopt digital light processing (DLP) devices for its rear-projection TV receivers, company president Katsuhiko Machida disclosed during the opening of its Kameyama TV factory in Mie Prefecture.
2002-09-02 Sharp seeks LCD TV edge with seventh-generation fab
Sharp Corp.expects to increase its LCD TV share in the world market by leveraging the output of its seventh-generation fabrication facility in Kameyama, Japan.
2005-01-11 Sharp preps 8G LCD fab
In the latest example of display suppliers leapfrogging one another to build larger liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, Sharp Corp. of Japan apparently plans to build an 8G LCD fab.
2005-10-06 Sharp LCD has 'highest contrast'
Sharp Corp. has developed an LCD panel that exhibits a contrast ratio of 1,000,000 to 1, which the company will aim at the professional monitor market.
2007-10-16 Sharp hails inch-thick LCD panel
Sharp Corp. has developed a 1-inch-thick LCD panel that it says will be integrated into mainstream displays produced at a tenth-generation fab scheduled to go online in 2010.
2005-07-11 Sharp develops 100GB disk using high-resolution film
Sharp Corp. of Japan has developed a two-layered optical disk that achieves a 100GB capacity using super-resolution functional films.
2004-10-08 Sharp breaks LCD size limit with 65-inch panel
Sharp Corp. debuted a 65-inch LCD panel here Tuesday (Oct. 5) featuring full HD resolution.
2005-07-05 Sharp breaks ground on new LCD plant
Japan's Sharp Corp. has begun construction on its new 8th-generation, flat-panel display plant in Kameyama.
2003-01-14 Sharp accelerates ramp of LCD TV production facility
Sharp Corp. is accelerating its plans to bring a fabrication facility for LCD TV receivers online and said the plant will be able to make systems with displays larger than 40-inches.
2006-03-02 Sharp accelerates LCD fab expansion
Sharp will ramp monthly LCD capacity at its Kameyama No.1 fab to 60,000 substrates in March following an investment of about $130 million.
2007-04-12 Service kicks off at Fujitsu's new 300mm fab
Fujitsu Ltd. has begun operating its second 300mm wafer fab for 65nm chip fabrication. Volume shipments will begin in July.
2004-08-03 Satellite TV service set for launch in Japan, South Korea
A new satellite TV service to be launched here and in South Korea in October promises to deliver programming along with radio and data broadcasting to mobile terminals.
2007-03-20 Sanyo to sell semicon fab
Sanyo Electric will sell its semiconductor operations as part of a restructuring plan, according to reports last week.
2005-09-30 Sanyo to cut 10,000 jobs by January, lowers forecast
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd will accelerate its three-year revitalization project by cutting 10,000 jobs by January 2006, two-thirds of the 15,000 job cuts originally planned to take place by fiscal 2007.
2003-01-23 Sanyo schedules production of 35mW blue-violet laser
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd will begin production this spring of a 35mW laser for next-gen writable optical disk systems.
2007-04-03 Sanyo has new president, targets more spin-offs
Sanyo Electric has appointed a new president, a move that is expected to step up the unbundling of business units such as digital cameras and mobile phones following the sale of its semiconductors operations.
2005-11-22 Sanyo downgrades forecast after steep loss
Sanyo has reported a huge loss in the first half of its fiscal year and has reduced its full year guidance, projecting a loss reaching 10 percent of its estimated sales.
2004-01-22 Sanyo announces plan for optical line expansion
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd will invest about $123 million in its optical pickup production facilities to expand the total production by 20 percent, the company said.
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