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2009-11-24 Survey: China is key to IC recovery in 2010
A global survey of semiconductor executives stated that a recovery is coming in 2010 but many things about it remain uncertain
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
I>EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages
2011-12-21 Chip execs' confidence weakening
Chip executives are seeing less growth in profitability and slow improvements in R&D spending and workforce growth.
2013-12-19 A year later, chip industry optimism wanes, says analyst
According to the latest chip industry confidence survey by KPMG LLP, the index remained flat at 57 compared last year, which represents continued positive sentiment towards revenue and profit growth.
2003-10-01 Asian engineers hold on as industry recovers
EE Times - Asia has interviewed 1,459 engineers to determine the state of the semiconductor industry in our region today; results have shown that growth is existent - albeit a slow one.
2013-02-04 A*STAR, Petroleum Geo-Services join for MEMS sensors
Targeting oil and gas applications, the MEMS sensor is to be incorporated into a PGS commercial streamer system to acquire more precise seismic data during seismic survey
2006-03-31 Europe, U.S. losing manufacturing edge, says Eurocom Worldwide
Low-cost locations such as China and India are edging past Europe and the United States as technology manufacturing centers, according to an annual IT confidence survey by Eurocom Worldwide.
2013-12-13 IC industry leaders tone down expectations for 2014
A survey from KPMG revealed that the sluggish pace of revenue growth for this year has muted down chip executives' prospects for a sustained semiconductor recovery next year
2010-12-07 IC execs see bright 2011
Semiconductor industry executives are optimistic about 2011, even though 53 percent of respondents in a KPMG survey expect the semiconductor cycle to peak within the next 12 months
2011-09-02 IBM: Lack of consumer understanding is an energy concern
A recent survey conducted by IBM has revealed that there is a wide gap between what the consumers know and what they need to know about energy consumption and conservation
2011-07-21 Weak European, U.S. economies bring down panel demand
The debt crisis in Europe, high unemployment rate in the U.S. and worsening global inflation resulted in lower large panel shipments this year.
2007-06-22 U.S. tech firms in Malaysia cut revenue forecast
Despite MAEI's prediction that total sales will grow by 7 percent, major U.S. tech firms based in Malaysia had cut their revenue outlook.
2010-05-20 Telehealth to usher new era in healthcare delivery
The study found that a majority of decision makers believe that telehealth will have a major role in improving the quality and delivery of care to an increasingly chronically ill and aging population.
2006-01-02 SystemVerilog won't kill 'e' language
Backers of 'e,' which is nearing IEEE standardization, say that rumors of the language's death are exaggerated.
2008-09-11 Study finds growing recognition of Wi-Fi Certified products
A study by the Wi-Fi Alliance found increased number of consumers in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan that view Wi-Fi Certified brand as a mark of interoperability and security, and are willing to pay more for devices that have it.
2005-08-09 Seasonality keeps sales flat
The electronics industry-and indeed the entire U.S. manufacturing sector -appears to be stuck in a slow-growth rut.
2011-08-31 Panel shipments stumbles in July
The market forecast for Q3, a customary peak season, remains bleak for panel makers as prices continue to slide.
2007-01-04 November chip sales remain strong, up 11.3%
Global semiconductor sales continue to thrive, setting a five-month consecutive record high of $22.7 billion in November, reported the Semiconductor Industry Association.
2005-10-04 Litho magnification ratio unlikely to change at 32 nm
Lithography photomasks are likely to continue to rely on the current standard 4X magnification and 26mm field size through the 32nm node, according to a consensus of semiconductor equipment suppliers and manufactures at a recent Sematech-sponsored workshop.
2015-07-20 Key issues before starting an IoT design project
A thorough trade-off analysis of your application at the earliest stages of the design process is really the best way to make the right technology choices and get your product to market as quickly as possible.
2009-07-21 Intel exec paints picture of better days
In the opening moments of his keynote at Semicon West, Intel Corp. Ultra Mobility Group senior VP and general manager Anand Chandrasekher offered the beleaguered semiconductor capital equipment executives in the audience the perspective of history.
2014-03-27 Future looks bright for German sensor industry
The Association for Sensors and Measurements predicted that for the year ahead, the sensor and measuring industry can expect an even better result of seven per cent on average.
2011-12-21 Firms start memory security initiative
Five companies are starting an initiative to develop security solutions for flash-based storage options such as SD cards.
2013-01-07 Effects of burn-in on power supply reliability
Here's an examination of the impact of burn-in testing on power supply reliability and performance.
2010-11-15 Chip industry faces turning point
Emerging trends could transform the semiconductor sector from a vibrant, innovative engine of the technology economy to a slow-moving purveyor of “me too? products.
2015-05-19 China mulls future of wearables market
Chinese vendors see the nascent wearable market, despite its uncertainties, as their chance to seize the initiative, compared to their catch-up/copycat status in smartphones.
2013-03-25 CEO: SMIC all about utilisation, differentiation
China-based foundry SMIC hopes to do away with its image of a company paralysed by internal management turmoil and constant legal battles with rival TSMC.
2006-07-17 Asia's next tier eyes global role
By global standards, the only thing truly big about Beijing Huaqi Information Digital Technology Co. is its name. Nevertheless, it has big plans. Like dozens of companies across Asia, Huaqi aspires to follow in the footsteps of regional giants like Sony and Samsung to be a household name with cutting-edge technology.
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