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2006-10-16 Software sol'ns transform embedded designs
If anything was reinforced at this year's Embedded Systems Conference in Taipei, it's how software solutions are complementing the silicon world.
2008-01-31 SMIC to put up 200mm, 300mm fabs in Shenzhen
China's SMIC has struck a deal with the Shenzhen municipal government under which the foundry provider will build new and separate 200mm and 300mm fabs in that region.
2013-11-28 Smartphones, tablets push process market in 2013
Worldwide processor shipments are forecast to reach 1.50 billion units by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012, stated IHS.
2010-05-05 Six reasons why new Renesas will succeed
Renesas Electronics America president and CEO, Dan Mahoney believes the new and combined Renesas Technology has the right formula, products and technologies.
2006-06-09 Singapore tapped as Motorola supply chain hub
Motorola said that it plans to invest an additional $60 million to turn Singapore into its global supply chain hub.
2009-03-16 Signs point to semiconductor rehab
It may be too early to declare a recovery in the IC market, but there are suddenly signs of life in the arena.
2009-04-23 Sign-off flow to speed up product dev't
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has rolled out a mixed-signal/RF design kit and a foundry-specific integrated sign-off flow designed to accelerate product development process.
2004-07-29 SiGe firm gains traction in 802.11 RF design
While GaAs, once an RF design forte, is slowly giving way to SiGe and CMOS technologies amid renewed industry efforts for lower costs and higher integration, one company that is striving to shatter myths about SiGe technology is its namesake: SiGe Semiconductor Inc.
2006-03-28 Siemens sells remaining 18% stake in Infineon
Siemens has sold its remaining 18 percent stake in Infineon Technologies for $1.4 billion in a placement managed by Goldman Sachs.
2011-04-19 SiBeam acquired by Silicon Image for $25 million
Silicon Image is confident its acquisition of SiBeam and its 60GHz wireless technology will enable it to rapidly bring to market the highest quality of wirelessly transmitted HD video and audio.
2008-04-23 SIA launches fight against fake chips
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) has released a directory of authorized silicon distributors as part of an ongoing effort to counter the rising problem of chip counterfeiting.
2010-02-17 Shortage looms in memory market
There is expected to be a tight supply of memory parts in 2010 due to rebound in demand; lack or under-investment of capital spending; and extended lead times for lithography gear from ASML.
2011-01-11 Shift in computing seen as Windows starts running on ARM
Announcements that Microsoft's next version of Windows will run on ARM together and Nvidia will deliver a complete range of ARM chips for computing portend a major change in computing.
2010-01-21 Setting the stage for 3D TV
The consumer electronics industry is looking at its future through a pair of stereo 3D glasses. The left eye sees an opportunity to revive sagging TV and media revenues, the right eye sees a set of unresolved technical issues.
2011-07-01 Sequans, IGI Mobile develop smallest 4G router
Sequans and IGI Mobile claim to have developed the world's smallest WiFi/WiMAX pocket router that easily adds 4G connectivity to smartphones and tablets.
2010-06-21 Sematech welcomes Qualcomm as first fabless member
Qualcomm Inc. has joined chip-making consortium Sematech to gain an edge in next-generation technology, reportedly including 3D chips.
2011-02-09 SecuRead NFC module offers biometric capabilities
Inside Secure's SecuRead NFC device is now equipped with biometric capabilities, allowing NFC-enabled equipment makers to deliver two-factor security and greater privacy for mobile applications.
2014-11-17 Samsung, Nvidia patent tiff: Uncovering the truth
One of the curious twists in this legal fight is that Samsung, while countersuing Nvidia, also sued a Richmond, Virginia-based company called Velocity Micro, a user of Nvidia's graphics chip.
2006-08-30 Samsung, Matsushita did not infringe on each other, court rules
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd did not infringe on each other's DRAM-related patents, a U.S. district court has ruled last week.
2009-10-23 Samsung urges Korea to expand beyond memory
Chipmakers are finally seeing an upturn but going forward, South Korea's four major chipmakersand the nation's semiconductor industryface its share of challenges.
2008-02-13 Samsung unveils 65nm mobile application processor
Samsung Electronics will start sampling in May a 65nm mobile application processor targeted at smartphones and PNDs.
2015-05-25 Samsung rolls out 10nm FinFET
The Samsung 10nm process offers "significant power, area and performance advantages" and targets a broad range of markets.
2008-06-10 Samsung remains upbeat despite memory slump
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd gave a progress report on its flat-panel display and semiconductor businesses, saying the LCD segment is seeing strong growth but the IC sector is showing mixed results.
2011-01-25 Samsung ranked 10th in foundry sector
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd placed only 10th in the latest IC Insights foundry business rankings, posting sales of just $400 million. It is however expected to improve its rankings in the coming years.
2011-10-19 Samsung ramps A6 production for Apple
Apple still continues to rely on Samsung's foundry operations for the production of its A6 processor.
2004-09-09 Samsung launches 2.5Gb memory for mobile phones
Samsung Electronics released a 2.5Gb multi-chip package memory for third-generation mobile phones.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2007-08-08 Samsung downplays effects of power outage
Chang-Sik Choi, Samsung executive VP, said the damage has been minimal as the backup power units had kicked in just in time.
2014-10-22 Samsung delivers 8Gbit 20nm DDR4 chips for servers
Beyond the 32GB modules, the new 8Gb chips will allow production of server modules with a maximum capacity of 128GB by applying 3D through silicon via (TSV) technology
2011-02-01 Samsung 4Q 2010 revenue up 7%
Samsung Electronics achieved revenues of 41.87 trillion won in 4Q 2010 for a 7 percent y-o-y growth. The company attributed the increase to strong sales of its memory chips and cutting-edge smartphones.
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