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2008-09-11 Symbian Foundation wins nine new members
Plans for the Symbian Foundation and the evolution of Symbian OS open platform for mobile innovation continue to receive strong support with nine new memberships from companies in the mobile ecosystem.
2003-09-16 Sweden scrambles to save one of two remaining fabs
The Swedish government is scrambling to keep open at least one of the nation's last two operating fabs, both now owned by Infineon Technologies AG.
2006-08-04 Suntech buys Japan solar-cell maker
China's Suntech Power Holdings has signed a definitive agreement to acquire solar-module maker MSK in a two-step cash and stock transaction.
2010-02-16 SunPower expands Europe reach via SunRay
SunPower Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SunRay Renewable Energy, a European solar power plant developer with offices in Europe and the Middle East.
2006-02-27 Sun to acquire Aduva
Sun Microsystems and Aduva announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Sun will acquire Aduva.
2007-08-03 Sumitomo moves to acquire P-OLED pioneer CDT
Sumitomo Chemical is set to buy P-OLED pioneer Cambridge Display Technology for $285 million.
2008-02-13 Sumitomo makes hostile takeover bid for Axcelis
Japan's Sumitomo Heavy Industries and private-equity firm TPG Group have launched an unsolicited and hostile bid to acquire ion-implanter specialist Axcelis Technologies for approximately $544 million.
2008-03-12 Sumitomo hikes offer in bid to acquire Axcelis
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, together with private equity partner TPG, has revised its proposal to acquire semiconductor processing equipment solution provider Axcelis Technologies.
2007-09-25 Sumitomo acquires P-OLED pioneer for $258M
Sumitomo Chemical Co. announced it has completed its $285 million acquisition of P-OLED pioneer Cambridge Display Technology Inc. by means of a merger.
2013-06-21 Stratasys, open source MakerBot merge for $403M
Stratasys, a 3D printing and additive manufacturing firm, and MakerBot, a company specialising in desktop 3D printing, announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement.
2012-07-20 Startups merge to form high-performance analog chip company
RedMere and Fresco have recently announced their merger which will form Spectra 7 Microsystems.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2009-02-18 Startup targets 'an Internet of things'
ZeroG Wireless officially throws its hat into the ring of competitors trying to bring wireless to embedded systems. The company claims its new chip and module could bring 802.11b connectivity to new lows in cost, size and power consumption.
2006-05-16 Startup moves binaries into FPGAs
Binachip Inc. recently unveiled plans to offer tools that convert embedded-software binary code into FPGA hardware implementations.
2002-11-29 Startup develops design project tracking tool
Design groups can accurately track the progress of electronic design projects with the Pragmax product lifecycle management tool from startup Pragmax Software Corp., the company said.
2009-04-29 Startup Cswitch battles IC downturn
After making a big splash in 2006, configurable chip startup Cswitch Corp. is going through rough waters amid the IC downturn.
2008-12-02 ST-Ericsson JV gets green light from EC
The European Commission announced Nov. 26 it has authorized, under the European Union merger regulation, the creation of a joint venture between EMP, the wireless platform business of Ericsson, and ST-NXP, the wireless semiconductors business of STMicroelectronics.
2008-08-22 ST-Ericsson deal births mobile chip powerhouse
STMicroelectronics and Ericsson have agreed to merge Ericsson Mobile Platforms and ST-NXP Wireless into a joint venture.
2008-04-14 ST, NXP fuse wireless biz into new JV firm
NXP and ST have agreed to merge their wireless operations to form a joint venture company.
2007-12-13 ST to boost DTV initiatives with Genesis acquisition
ST and Genesis have announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for ST to acquire Genesis.
2010-05-20 ST stays on top of MEMS foundry market
STMicroelectronics Inc. maintains its lead in the MEMS foundry business with some 40 percent share in 2009, according to Yole Developpement.
2012-05-03 ST reveals multimedia convergence strategy
The company will focus on offering a single application processing platform to serve a range of multimedia devices such as STBs, TVs, cars, smartphones and tablets.
2009-09-02 SRAM market consolidates with merger, biz exit
The SRAM market continues to consolidate, observed Needham & Co. LLC.
2007-11-20 Spreadtrum acquires CMOS RF designer
China-based Spreadtrum Communications has signed an agreement to acquire Quorum Systems Inc., a fabless semiconductor company that specializes in the design of CMOS RF transceivers.
2013-06-26 Spreadrum receives $1.38B offer from China state firm
Tsingua Unigroup has offered $1.38 billion in cash to buy the wireless communications company shortly after Spreadtrum announced a big jump in its guidance for second quarter sales.
2004-04-26 Speedline, Georgia Tech team up in control printing tech
Speedline Technologies Inc. has entered into an exclusive agreement with the Georgia Institute of Technology for the license of patent-pending closed-loop printing technology.
2011-08-17 Spectris acquires Omega for $475M
After purchasing high-technology manufacturer IRM Group SA, instrumentation and controls group Spectris will be acquiring Omega next for $475 million.
2007-12-18 Spansion ups cash distribution on Saifun merger
Spansion and Saifun announced that their respective boards of directors have approved an amendment to their merger agreement, providing an approximate $31.4 million increase in the cash distribution.
2007-10-03 Sony, Qimonda form DRAM design JV
Sony and Qimonda have signed an agreement to establish a JV that will design high-performance and low-power embedded and customer-specific DRAMs for consumer and graphic applications.
2008-12-15 Sony to cease operations in Westmoreland site
Sony Electronics has advised its employees at its Pittsburgh Technology Center on Dec. 9 that the company will be discontinuing all of its operations at the Westmoreland County facility over the next 16 months, beginning with TV manufacturing by the end of February 2009.
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