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2006-06-19 Sumco acquires majority stake of Komatsu
Sumitomo Mitsubishi Silicon would take a 51 percent stake in silicon wafer maker rival Komatsu Electronic Metals.
2002-09-10 Study downplays India's EDA, fabless forays
A survey of India's software industry has identified opportunities for the country's IC designers while cautioning the industry against adopting fabless chip-making models or attempting to break into the EDA tool market.
2009-06-16 Storage system delivers high availability, reliability
Fujitsu has introduced the two entry-level RAID storage systems designed to meet the growing demand from mid-sized enterprises with new features such as reduced power consumption, simplified management and improved redundancy.
2011-08-09 Storage platform supports VMware vSphere 5
Hitachi has integrated the VMware vSphere 5 and cloud infrastructure suite to help customers optimise and scale their IT infrastructures and accelerate their cloud deployments.
2005-11-01 Storage keeps midmarket's appetite
Spending on storage in the midmarket is a 'sustainable' trend and not just a flash in the pan.
2006-12-15 STMicro reorganizes for flash memory foothold
To prepare the company for strategic repositioning in the flash memory segment, STMicroelectronics will reorganize its product segments into three categories.
2005-02-01 Steps toward a better EDA industry
It is time to 'think out of the bun' and figure out how EDA can move upstream into ICs or downstream into manufacturing.
2013-07-02 STATS ChipPAC to shut down Malaysia plant
The firm plans to consolidate its leaded wirebond packaging and related test operations in Malaysia into its Shanghai, China operations and the closure of its Malaysia plant by the end of 2014.
2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2013-09-16 Stagnant IC market to see sizeable revenue growth next year
ABI Research reported that the worldwide total semiconductor market will grow three per cent this year to reach $298 billion, but major market growth is expected later in 2014 or early 2015.
2008-04-15 ST-NXP JV to spark breakup of IDM model?
The decision of STMicroelectronics and NXP to merge their wireless business begs many questions about the way forward for European semiconductor companies and for IDMs in general.
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.
2006-01-27 ST's Bozotti plays down Philips merger option
ST's CEO has played down the possibility of a merger with, or takeover of, Philips Semiconductors, raising the lack of geographic complementarity as an issue.
2005-01-28 ST to exit select IC markets amid 4% sales jump
Amid lackluster results in Q4and a gloomy outlook for Q1STMicroelectronics Inc. (ST) said this week (Jan. 26) that it plans to take a $60 million impairment charge for scaling back its efforts in the modem and other non-strategic chip markets.
2011-05-24 ST hinges future on 'big-chip-in-the-middle' strategy
Anticipating a great recovery soon, STMicro is using the wireless "big-chips-in-the-middle" strategy and a complete platform approach, while banking on its involvement with seven leading handset vendors.
2009-04-15 ST climbs Gartner's chip vendor list
The steep decline in the market in Q4 08, combined with the ongoing economic weakness, signals far worse declines in 2009, according to Gartner Inc.
2010-03-02 SPIE Litho wraps with delays, double-patterning
The themes of this year's SPIE Advanced Lithography event were clear: D and Ddelays and double-patterning. Indeed, EUV is delayed. So is maskless. And nanoimprint is still stuck in R&D.
2007-02-12 Spansion tops NOR market
Spansion has displaced Intel in 2006 as the number one vendor of NOR flash devices, according to preliminary data from market researcher iSuppli Corp.
2007-04-20 Spansion to implement massive cost-cutting measures
In response to losses and poor market conditions in the NOR flash sector, Spansion Inc. said that it will undertake large-scale, cost-cutting measures.
2007-05-21 Spansion eyes $30B DRAM market
Spansion is eyeing the $30 billion DRAM market and plans to position its proprietary MirrorBit technology as a competitor to DRAM.
2006-12-27 Sony, Panasonic, Samsung to dominate connected home
Sony, Panasonic and Samsung lead the wave of the leading mobile, PC and CE companies that are targeting the connected home.
2012-10-23 Sony to cut 2000 jobs in Japanese HQ
The move is a part of the planned 10,000 staff cuts in its global workforce announced by Sony in April.
2015-11-04 Solar wafer supply expected to fall short in 1H16
Due to rapid growth in solar installations in 2015, and forecasts for another record year for installations in 2016, IHS has flagged a potential solar wafer supply shortage across the supply chain.
2009-11-20 Solar panels set out on road to recovery
The rise in solar-panel installations in Germany mitigated the severe oversupply situation besetting the industry this year.
2010-07-16 Smart phones to render PCs obsolete?
Smart phones with gigahertz processors, 4G apps are a threat to the PC, say execs at the Mobilebeat 2010 Conference.
2013-01-25 Smart homes to zone in on energy management
Multi-application systems that will focus on energy management in the home will be the highest deployed over the next four years.
2015-07-20 Smart home appliance market seen to grow
IHS said the global smart connected white-goods market is forecast to grow at a five-year CAGR of 134 per cent, from fewer than one million units shipped in 2014 to more than 223 million units by 2020.
2009-02-18 Slowdown marks China mobile handset chip market
After a period of rapid growth over the past few years, the China mobile handset chip market has experienced a conspicuous decline in 2008, according to research firm CCID Consulting.
2006-12-12 Slow growth to push analog, FPGA firms to go private
The semiconductor growth will be less than ten percent a year on a compound basis, according to Gartner Dataquest chief chip analyst.
2003-03-18 SiS rolls first WLAN chip
Taiwan's Silicon Integrated Systems has unveiled its first wireless LAN chip, fielding a MAC for 802.11b networks.
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