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2007-05-09 UMC gears up for CPUs, NAND flash memory
United Microelectronics Corp. said it is in talks on a CPU production deal, but it is being circumspect on how it will attack the high-volume flash memory market.
2008-03-03 Ultralow-cost phones ring in chip opportunities
The growth of the ULC handset market is changing the dynamics of the handset business. Traditionally, a handset manufacturer would rely exclusively on one vendor to supply chips for all its phones but ULC phones are changing this model.
2009-12-03 TV receiver supports analog, digital broadcasts
From Fresco Microchip Inc. comes a single-chip solution that supports universal analog audio and video demodulation as well as digital IF processing for global terrestrial and cable TV markets.
2009-06-18 TV IC shipments slide to 30.8M units in Q1
DisplaySearch's Quarterly TV Electronics Report found that the TV IC shipments declined seasonally to 30.8 million units for flat panel TVs in Q1 09.
2009-04-08 TV chip manufacturing competition sizzles
While the flat-panel TV market is beginning to consolidate, that process has not yet begun in TV chip manufacturing, according DisplaySearch's "Q1 09 Quarterly TV Electronics Report". Competition is as fierce as ever, and no clear market leader has yet emerged.
2005-09-21 TSMC promises MEMS platform in '06
After three years of research and development, foundry Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. believes 2006 will be the year it begins to see results from its efforts to merge IC process technology with microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
2012-04-04 TSMC grabs 49% of foundry market share
Gartner analysts attributed much of the foundry growth to depreciation in the U.S. currency and said that without that the foundry growth would have been 0.7 percent.
2013-11-18 Tsinghua's merger plan seen to boost China's chip industry
The firm's plan to acquire Spreadtrum and RDA Microelectronics could pave the way for China's local chip industry to get a consolidated entity powerful enough to compete with Taiwan's MediaTek.
2005-09-12 TriQuint pushes into GSM, WCDMA
Seeking to expand into new markets and offset declines in others, TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. is moving full speed ahead into the GSM and WCDMA chip markets.
2008-07-16 Transformed LSI shifts to implementation mode
In his first 24 months as president and CEO, Abhi Talwalkar was part of a radical restructuring in the manufacturing strategy of LSI Corp. He notes: "I claim the transformation is behind us, and we are in a mode of execution."
2009-05-19 Trade group skeptical on Taiwan DRAM venture
The Taiwanese government plan to consolidate the island's DRAM industry around the state-backed Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) remains unclear and could do more harm than good, according to a report released May 14 by a U.S.-Taiwan lobbying group.
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.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2006-01-19 Tool B:B, capacity falls amid slowdown
Amid a slowdown in fab utilization, the worldwide chip-equipment book-to-bill ratio hit 1.01 in December, down from 1:08 in November, according to VLSI Research Inc.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2009-09-23 TMC signs up ProMOS as manufacturing partner
Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) has formed an alliance with ProMOS Technologies Inc. as a manufacturing partner.
2005-09-30 TI's Templeton dismisses alliances with other chip vendors
Texas Instruments' boss is betting the company's future on the strength of its advanced CMOS process technology and analog expertise rather than seeking alliances with other chip vendors.
2009-03-31 TI's Lowe banks on analog to propel company growth
TI analog IC division head Gregg Lowe believes the company's future growth will come from the analog business and many industry analysts agree TI will eventually be better known as an analog IC supplier than a DSP company especially if it continues to pour investment into the division.
2011-11-15 TI's baseband strategy, a good call?
As TI aggressively pushes its OMAP processor, some believe that its strategy of phasing out its baseband segment may not be a good idea.
2009-10-05 TI 300mm fab puts pressure on analog rivals
Texas Instruments Inc. is putting its analog rivals on notice with its latest a 300mm fab in the United States.
2011-04-18 Teradyne, JTAG team up for boundary scan solution
Teradyne Inc. is collaborating with JTAG Technologies to design a boundary scan test option for manufacturers.
2014-02-14 Taking a look at the field-programmable RF chip
Developed in the US for UK's Lime Microsystems, the FPRF transmitter takes a digital data stream and converts it into wireless signals, while the receiver performs the inverse operation.
2004-09-29 Synopsys looking to acquire PDF Solutions, says analyst
EDA giant Synopsys Inc. is reportedly looking to acquire design-for-manufacturing (DFM) software specialist PDF Solutions Inc., an analyst from American Technology Research Inc. said Friday (Sept. 24).
2008-07-01 Synopsys gears up for 'techonomic' challenges
According to chairman and CEO of Synopsys Aart de Geus: There's a trade-off between innovation, execution and collaboration. You can execute, but if you don't collaborate with the right people, you have nothing.
2012-04-09 Suss MicroTec buys projection litho tool vendor
The new acquisition will expand Suss MicroTec's lithography segment by adding a new product line and core technology, both of which are highly complementary to the company's existing exposure capability.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
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.
2008-04-14 Sun-Fujitsu processor fit for data center use
Sun Microsystems and Fujitsu have launched two co-developed servers based on the UltraSparc T2 Plus processor, which the companies say will make it possible for customers to consolidate more data center applications on a single machine.
2008-03-19 Sun open archive solutions address data explosion
Sun's open archive portfolio provides customers smarter choices in managing exponential data growth for 'forever' retention periods, with systems that can scale to petabytes and provide the ability to efficiently search for content across different types of data.
2003-03-25 Sun Micro puts up two new tech center labs
Sun Microsystems Inc. has opened two additional Enterprise Technology Center (ETC) Labs in the U.S., one located in California, and the other in Oregon.
2008-02-18 Sun grooms Infiniband for Ethernet face-off
Sun Microsystems expects to get a jump on Ethernet developers later this year when it releases its first Infiniband products capable of natively handling networking, storage and clustering jobs.
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