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2007-09-27 Russia's Sitronics mulls 45nm on 300mm plant
Russian telecom and consumer equipment provide JSC Sitronics has reportedly started a project to develop chip manufacturing at the 65nm to 45nm nodes on 300mm wafers, according to a CNews.
2006-12-01 Russia tech growth hinges on government push
Russia ranks near the bottom of the ladder among participants in the world's electronics and semiconductor markets, but the country has the technical resources to forge a formidable industry presence.
2008-10-31 Rumor surfaces TSMC sought to acquire Chartered
Rumors have been circulating that TSMC has been approached to buy all or part of its rival Chartered Semiconductor.
2007-12-04 Ruiz: AMD bent on bouncing back
'The number one goal is to achieve profitability,' said AMD CEO Hector Ruiz during a recent visit to India to open its third R&D facility in the country.
2003-03-17 RTOS mainstay in high-end feature phones
OS-centric phones and PDAs will soon dominate the market, although timing, features and competitive pricing will be significant considerations.
2006-07-01 Rival display interfaces face off in digital home
Separate groups of engineers are finishing work on two incompatible display interfacesDisplayPort and the Unified Display Interfacevying to become the standard for a secure digital link in consumer systems and computers.
2011-08-16 Report: TSMC respins A6 design
Taiwan Economic News reports the possible delay of production volumes of the A6 processor due to respin of its design.
2007-04-24 Report: Taiwan should reassess chip regulation with China
The U.S.-Taiwan Business Council's semiconductor quarterly report for Q1 calls for Taiwan's reassessment of its chip regulation with China.
2007-08-29 Report: ST in partnership talks with China firms
ST is in talks with several semiconductor firms in mainland China and Taiwan over possible manufacturing partnerships, according to a Reuters report.
2010-02-15 Report: Samsung hogs ASML litho supply chain
Samsung is procuring a slew of 193nm scanners from ASML Holding NV, is hogging the supply chain for ASML systems.
2005-05-25 Report: Apple explores use of Intel chips
In what would be a major shift in the computer world, Apple reportedly is talking with Intel about using its chips in its Macintosh line.
2007-06-14 Renesas touts SOI SRAM tech for 32nm, beyond
Renesas has developed new technology to implement on-chip SOI SRAM in the 32nm node and finer processes.
2007-05-15 Renesas seeks own platform for 32nm, beyond
Renesas Technology seeks to have its own process technology platform at 32nm and beyond.
2012-08-31 Renesas president mum on KKR deal, discusses restructuring plan
Yasushi Akao talks at length about his key strategies in increasing profits for Renesas Electronics. His comments came hours after news spread that private equity firm KKR intends to invest $1.27 billion in the struggling Japanese chip company.
2007-05-23 Renesas drafts next-gen MCU architecture
Renesas announced plans to develop a next-gen MCU core that is faster and more code-, cost- and power efficient.
2010-10-20 Reference designs mix wired, wireless
Atheros Communications releases three consumer reference designs for hybrid home networking that combine Wi-Fi, powerline and Ethernet.
2009-09-18 Questions linger on NEC-Renesas merger
After several delays, NEC Electronics Corp. and Renesas Technology Corp. have finally merged.
2007-04-12 Qualcomm-Nokia still in talks after pact expires
Even after the expiration of their licensing agreement on April 9, Nokia Corp. disclosed that it is continuing talks with Qualcomm Inc., according to an AP report.
2014-05-19 Qualcomm, IBM innovate with the IoT
The companies both introduced separate programmes geared towards the Internet of ThingsQualcomm with a portfolio of chips, and IBM Watson with a psycho-linguistic user profile capability.
2007-07-27 Qualcomm unseats TI as top mobile chip supplier
Despite its much-publicized legal debacles, Qualcomm has steered ahead of TI as the world's leading supplier of ICs for mobile devices, according to market research firm iSuppli.
2005-11-18 Qualcomm repeats China 3G ownership claim
The road to success for China's domestic 3G mobile standard may still need to take a detour through San Diego, as Qualcomm Inc. said Thursday (Nov. 17) that it remains determined to pursue IP royalties for TD-SCDMA technology.
2016-01-18 Qualcomm enters $280M joint venture with Chinese province
The joint venture will focus on the design, development and sale of advanced server chipset technology in China, which is the second largest country in the world for server technology sales.
2014-07-14 Qualcomm acquires imaging division from CSR
The acquisition by Qualcomm provides a fit with its focus on smartphones where the camera function is becoming primary while the market for digital still cameras is declining.
2011-01-04 Quad-core chips target high-end CE
Freescale's new processor series offers one-, two- and four-core models so OEMs can deploy several models for one design, with good, better and best product levels.
2009-03-30 PSC chair warns of DRAM shortage
World Semiconductor Council chairman Frank Huang has warned that the aggressive capacity cuts in DRAMs over the past few months are likely to lead to significant shortage by the end of the year.
2007-01-17 ProMOS to build 'first' China plant, to invest $365M
ProMOS Technologies Inc. will put up its first China plant in Chonqing. The company will reportedly invest $365 million to build the fab.
2002-08-12 Primarion receives patent for power architecture
Primarion has acquired U.S. patent no. 6,429,630 for its power architecture for advanced microprocessors.
2008-11-17 Powerline unification misses the cut
A proposal to unify competing powerline networking technologies failed in a vote at a standards meeting in Madrid, Spain, in October, sending engineers back to the drawing board.
2008-07-15 Powerline standard needs more support
A recent vote to confirm a proposal from the HomePlug Alliance and the Panasonic-led HD Power Line Communications group for a powerline home networking standard failed to get the required number of backers.
2006-11-28 Peripherals controller IC revs phone-to-PC downloads
Cypress is rolling out a dedicated peripherals controller that is said to boost the transfer rates for complex data and media files from a handset to a PC via a USB link at speeds up to 480Mbps.
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