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2015-12-04 What can companies learn from the NXP-Freescale merger?
One missing piece in NXP, after the merger with Freescale, seems to be optoelectronics, which continues to grow at a stronger steady pace than ICs and other semiconductor categories.
2004-11-01 Wanted: New class of engineering generalists for DFM
Symposium sees need for 'tall and fat' engineers to help 'reintegrate' IC production.
2008-04-16 Virtualization: The Swiss Army knife of networking?
Startup Neterion Inc. has rolled out a chip that lets systems split one 10GbE link into as many as 16 virtual connections.
2006-08-01 Viiv to coexist with STBs
Intel Corp. is softening its stance on the central role of Viiv in the home, acknowledging that set-top boxes will continue to play a key part.
2009-08-25 Vietnam IC manufacturing hits roadblocks
Vietnam has hit a few speed bumps along the road in its dreams to develop an IC manufacturing industry.
2007-06-11 Via goes pocket size, super portable
Via targets the ultramobile market with the blueprint rollout of its super-small PCB and NanoBook mini laptop.
2007-03-01 Vendors use secret QoS sauces in home nets
Many companies and consortiums are gearing up products and initiatives to reliably shuttle voice, video and music around the house. But many of the upcoming products and initiatives attack the core problem of QoS in slightly different ways.
2015-10-05 Using 16nm FinFET as a resistive memory device
An IEDM paper is set to demonstrate that hafnium-dioxide high-k dielectric material, which is used in the high-k metal gate (HKMG) of a 16nm FinFET, can also be turned into a ReRAM device.
2014-10-10 UMC to invest $6.2B in China foundry
The foundry will be a joint venture with a total investment of $6.2 billion, aimed at ramping to produce 50,000 12-inch wafers a month using 55nm and 40nm process technologies.
2015-12-10 UMC to begin 12in fab in China two months ahead of time
According to company spokesman, production will start around the end of 3Q16, a month or two earlier than UMC's original expectation for 4Q16.
2006-09-07 UMC fails to list 15% stake in HeJian
Semiconductor foundry United Microelectronics reportedly failed in acquiring ownership of its 15 percent stake at HeJian Technology despite seeking the approval of Taiwan officials in June.
2015-07-31 UMC cuts 28nm ramp up due to weak demand
By Q3 of next year, the company said it expects to reach 30,000 eight-inch wafer equivalents per month in 28nm, bringing the new technology node in line with overall corporate profitability.
2006-01-03 UMC chairman to resign amid snafus
Robert Tsao announces his plans to resign as chairman and board member of Taiwan foundry specialist United Microelectronics Corp.
2007-03-01 UDI demise sparks HDMI-DisplayPort battle
With the Unified Display Interface's demise, a new battle to crown a convergence digital display interconnect will play out over the next few years.
2006-07-20 U.S. seeks to change rules on China exports
The U.S. Department of Commerce is seeking to change the rules regarding high-tech exports to China, some of which are intended to make it easier to sell semiconductor equipment into its growing IC market.
2015-07-07 TSMC tops Intel in capex ranking despite $1B cut
The top 15 chip companies account for 89 per cent of the total capital expenditure. Samsung retains a top spot it held in 2014 but foundry TSMC jumps to second place overtaking Intel.
2008-04-29 TSMC throws hat in 32nm high-k ring
TSMC has outlined details of its 32nm road map, giving an impression it may be playing catch-up with its foundry rivals, particularly in the emerging arena of high-k materials and metal gates.
2014-12-09 TSMC guns for 7nm with EUV scanners
ASML said on November 24 that TSMC has ordered two NXE:3350B EUV systems for delivery in 2015 with the intention to use the systems in production.
2015-01-20 TSMC gets negative outlook from analysts
Lower unit demand from Qualcomm will lead to lower fab loading during the second and third quarters of this year. TSMC will also face stiff competition to its 16nm chips from Samsung's 14nm offerings.
2008-10-03 TSMC delays high-k offering to 28nm
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has rolled out its 28nm process and disclosed it will push out its initial high-k/metal-gate offering until 28nm, putting it slightly behind its rivals in Chartered, IBM and Samsung.
2010-07-21 TSMC breaks ground for new Taiwan plant
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. will invest more than $9.4 billion in a new plant in Taiwan.
2009-11-10 TSMC 40nm yield woes continue
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd is still having yield issues with its 40nm process, according to analysts.
2007-01-01 Transmitter ICs enable PC's shift to HDMI
Silicon Image rolled out a pair of VastLane HDMI transmitters that provide PC manufacturers with a single-chip solution for driving digital output to PC monitors and HDTVs.
2011-04-29 TowerJazz SiGe process enables high-speed interfaces
The SiGe process enables high-speed interfaces in communication protocols such as Thunderbolt, optical fiber and high-data rate wireless by improving performance while reducing noise and power usage.
2007-10-18 Toshiba notebook line opens to both AMD, Intel dual-cores
Toshiba is bringing its Satellite lineup back into the commercial channel and will build a series of new laptops using AMD Turion 64 X2 or Athlon dual core chips, as well as systems using Intel Core2Duo.
2015-12-14 Top 5 semiconductor M&As of 2015
EE Times Asia reviewed the M&A deals that were either announced or completed this year, and came up with the top five synergies in terms of dollar value.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2009-06-15 Top 10 electronics blunders
Every once in awhile, electronics firms or individuals who work for them do something that makes everyone else in the industry scratch their heads and, perhaps, wince. These are actions and decisions thatwhile they may seem perfectly logical to those making the decisionsdon't really add up in the minds of most people.
2011-04-07 TI's new strategy casts doubts on Samsung's foundry ambitions
TI has disclosed that for OMAP 5, it may work with a set of foundries that does not include Samsung, stressing that it will rely on Samsung to a "lesser extent" at 45nm and not partner with it at 28nm.
2008-12-23 TI trims Philippine workforce by 400
Texas Instruments Inc. is slashing 400 jobs in the Philippines to cope with falling orders amid the global economic crunch, according to labor officials.
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