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2006-01-04 Tower churns out Zoran Cascade2 chip
Tower Semiconductor announced that it has begun manufacturing Zoran's Cascade2 demodulator chip at Tower's FAB2, using 0.18?m process
2008-01-31 Toshiba, Cadence collaborate on 65nm design
Cadence Design announced that Toshiba has deployed Cadence Virtuoso simulation technology to provide its analog and mixed-signal chip designers an easy-to-use and accurate reliability analysis flow
2011-12-01 Toshiba to shutdown three fabs
Toshiba is closing three manufacturing facilities and cutting down production at some of its semiconductor fabs due to a fall down in consumer product demands
2009-03-16 Top IC firms less bright in 2008
Almost all of the semiconductor industry's top 25 companies not only reported sales declines last yearthey also underperformed the overall chip industry for the year, according to iSuppli Corp
2016-01-04 Top 15 deals that influenced analogue, sensors in 2015
Here are some of the biggest and most important business deals and synergies in 2015 that had a huge impact on analogue, MEMS, sensors and the semiconductor industry as a whole
2005-03-17 Tool improves design practices
Cypress MicroSystems announced a new development tool designed for Cypress' PSoC mixed-signal arrays that claims to dramatically improve mixed-signal design practices.
2007-08-01 Tiny MEMS mic increases handset options
Akustica Inc. has unveiled a microphone that measures 1mm? and uses a MEMS diaphragm and on-chip complementary CMOS analog circuitry
2011-07-28 TI's quake-damaged fabs resume operations
TI has reported that its Miho and Aizu-wakamatsu fabs have resumed their operations.
2008-10-22 TI seeks to dispose portion of mobile baseband unit
TI is in negotiations with undisclosed potential buyers of its merchant baseband IC business, but would continue to support some of its custom baseband customers.
2007-04-25 TI revenue drops 8% in Q1
Texas Instruments reported revenue of $3.19 billion for Q1 2007, down 8 percent compared to the previous quarter and 4 percent from year-ago level.
2009-04-23 TI ramps production in Philippine test plant
Texas Instruments Inc.'s new assembly/test facility within the Clark Freeport Zone in the Philippines is now fully operational and ramping production with the latest packaging technologies.
2012-07-27 TI leads the industrial electronics semicon market
The company reestablished its market dominance last year as its revenue from the industrial electronics IC space grew to $2.2 billion, up 24.9 percent from $1.8 billion a year earlier.
2011-03-17 TI Japan fabs down
Production at TI's earthquake-damaged Miho, Japan fab will be restarted in stages, beginning with several lines in May, with full production by July at the earliest.
2009-02-13 TI acquires Ciclon
Texas Instruments Inc. has acquired Ciclon Semiconductor Device Corp., Bethlehem, PA-based designer of high-frequency, high-efficiency analog power management ICs.
2009-02-04 The role of semiconductors in energy conservation
The most interesting thing is that underlying all of those technologies (and many others) are the semiconductors that provide the computational engines, the sensing and signal conditioning as well as the power conversion.
2005-07-04 The right voltage supervisor improves system reliability
When designing circuit boards, remember voltage supervisors to prevent unpredictable behaviors.
2005-05-26 The 'first 2.4GHz RoC with a programmable mixed signal array
Cypress launched what it touts as the world's first 2.4GHz Radio-on-a-Chip with a programmable mixed signal array
2005-03-07 Tessolve opens IC test facility in Bangalore
Tessolve Inc. has started providing test services at its facility coming up in Bangalore, the first time an independent company has done so in India.
2014-01-03 Temperature sensors target advanced CMOS tech
Moortec unveiled what it describes as an improved range of on-chip temperature sensors with an uncalibrated accuracy of ±3°C and a calibrated accuracy of ±1°C, from -40°C to 125°C
2003-03-04 Tech collaboration launch R&D center in France
The Crolles2 Alliance - consisting of STMicroelectronics, Royal Philips Electronics, and Motorola Inc. - has opened its R&D center near Grenoble, France.
2003-01-28 TDK ships SoC for EMV smart card terminals
The company is sampling the 73S1121F smart card terminal controller, which is claimed to be the first complete SoC for smart card terminals.
2002-12-09 TDK modem front-end supports V.22bis, V.92
TDK Semiconductor has unveiled the 73M1901 soft modem analog front-end that supports V.22bis and V.92.
2003-11-14 TDK interface chips suit identification environments
TDK Semiconductor Corp. has released three low-cost smart card interface ICs that are designed for use in payment and identification environments
2005-04-05 TDK AFE supports software selectable PSTN terminations
TDK's 73M1903C is targeted at the emerging MFP/Fax architectures and features worldwide PSTN compliance with programmable line terminations.
2002-07-26 Synopsys to take full control of inSilicon
Synopsys Inc. and inSilicon Corp. have signed a definitive agreement for Synopsys to acquire all outstanding shares of inSilicon for about $64 million.
2012-04-18 Survival guide to high-speed ADC digital outputs
Learn about the key attributes of CMOS, LVDS, and CML outputs, and their performance tradeoffs.
2005-10-13 Survey shows IC growth for 1H 2006
Amid projected market share gains for Samsung, SanDisk and TI, the semiconductor industry is projected to see a modest improvement in growth for the first half of 2006, according to a new survey from ChangeWave Research
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
2004-04-01 Sun turns to National for GigE chip development
National Semiconductor has combined proprietary Gigabit Ethernet media access control (MAC) technology from Sun Microsystems with it's own Gigabit Ethernet physical layer (PHY) core to develop a single-port controller that Sun will use in adapters, blade servers, and other network computing designs
2002-09-10 Study downplays India's EDA, fabless forays
A survey of India's software industry has identified opportunities for the country's IC designers while cautioning the industry against adopting fabless chip-making models or attempting to break into the EDA tool market.
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