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2003-07-24 Sirenza consolidates HQ, manufacturing operations
Sirenza Microdevices has relocated its corporate headquarters and integrated two of its manufacturing facilities.
2002-04-29 Simplex purchase expands Cadence's technology trove
In announcing its intention to purchase Simplex Solutions, Cadence Design Systems has set its sights on some key EDA and silicon architecture technology.
2002-02-14 Silicon wafer shipments, revenues decline in 2001, SEMI reports
Annual worldwide silicon wafer area shipments declined by 29 percent and silicon industry revenues declined by 31 percent in 2001.
2002-12-23 Silicon wafer market to see increased demands in '03
Silicon wafer demand will begin a major expansion between 2H of 2003 and 2004, as it will be driven by a combination of a recovery of device demand and the startup of 300mm fabs, according to Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner Inc.
2003-06-03 Silicon wafer market makes rebound in '02
Worldwide silicon wafer revenue totaled $5.7 billion in 2002, an increase of 5.2 percent from 2001 revenue of $5.4 billion, according to Gartner Inc.
2004-03-19 SiGe power amp seeks socket in CDMA handsets
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. has introduced a line of silicon germanium power amplifiers that it believes will break gallium arsenide devices' lock on CDMA cellphones.
2007-08-17 Shifting trends in packaging industry favor big players
Industry insiders agree the packaging business is getting increasingly expensive, a trend that naturally favors larger players.
2008-06-02 Shenzhen's startups deal with cost, competition
Interviews with the CEOs of two chip design startups in Shenzhen give a picture of the business in the hub city in Guangdong province, one of China's biggest centers of electronics manufacturing.
2012-08-03 Sharp to shave off 5,000 jobs as earnings dip continues
Sharp is forced to let go of almost ten percent of its current employees in hopes of curbing profit decline.
2016-04-12 Severance benefits cause friction in Microchip/Atmel merger
Microchip's CEO blames Atmel's board for failing to communicate about a severance package that left at least one employee charging Microchip is reneging on a promise.
2011-11-16 Server processors geared for cloud apps
AMD's Opteron processors have up to four memory channels with up to 1.6GHz memory and promise up to 73 percent more memory bandwidth
2016-02-01 Semiconductor R&D loses steam at only 0.5% growth in 2015
Despite the weaker performance, the half-per cent rise pushed global R&D spending by chip companies to a record-high level of $56.4 billion in 2015 from $54.1 billion set in 2014, said IC Insights.
2015-09-24 Semiconductor market forecasts and trends
IC Insights revealed that the semiconductor market is expected to be nearly flat this year up two percent to $362 billion, rising just 4.9 per cent on a compound basis through 2019 to $450 billion.
2010-12-01 Semiconductor equipment industry flounders (part 2)
The semiconductor capital equipment industry has not yet recovered its investment in 300mm wafer processing technology, thus, it is not yet prepared to develop 450mm tools.
2004-05-11 Semicon Singapore reflects chip industry optimism
Growing semiconductor demand estimated to be worth some $210 billion this year lent an air of optimism to this year's Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) exhibition.
2010-01-20 SEIPI predicts strong growth for Philippines electronics
The president of SEIPI, Ernesto B. Santiago, tellsEE Times Asia about the measures that pulled the Philippines' electronics industry through the recession. Find out what the industry can expect in 2010.
2009-11-12 SEIPI clocks 25 years promoting Philippine electronics industry
Celebrating 25 years, SEIPI pursues its vision of transforming the Philippines into a regional center of excellence in the electronics industry.
2012-02-16 Security issues in next-gen automotive electronics
With the remote connectivity now made possible by telematics, critical systems could be maliciously infiltrated by exploiting vulnerabilities in the car's embedded systems.
2003-02-13 SDK starts off hard disk business in Singapore
Showa Denko K.K. has begun operations of its hard disk media business in Singapore, Showa Denko HD Singapore Pte. Ltd - a business SDK acquired from Mitsubishi Chemical Corp in January 2003.
2015-02-09 Sapphire market loses lustre
The bullish forecast for sapphires, with plans of its integration in various smartphone models, has now come to shaky ground as GTAT filed for bankruptcy and Apple said it would not use a sapphire display cover.
2014-04-04 Sanghi: IC industry bears brunt of harsh conditions
Steve Sanghi, CEO of Microchip, talks about how the semiconductor industry has to adjust its practices to thrive in an environment where mergers fuel growth.
2002-04-17 SanDisk, Toshiba finalize deal to relocate Flash fab
SanDisk Corp. has finalized an agreement with Toshiba Corp., relocating their joint Flash memory venture, named FlashVision, from the Dominion Semiconductor facility in Manassas, Virginia, to Toshiba's semiconductor plant at Yokkaichi, Japan.
2011-11-29 Samsung, Micron defy DRAM market slump
The top eight DRAM makers accounted for 97.6 percent of the market in Q3up very slightly from the 97.4 percent in Q2.
2009-03-11 Ruiz sees shifting consumer concern to value
Former AMD CEO and chairman Hector Ruiz said that the electronics industry will emerge from the current downturn largely different, with end-user focus increasingly shifting to value over a fascination with the latest and greatest gadgets.
2011-09-22 Rough year for the chip industry
The sluggish IC market sales this year will be mainly due to the uncertain future of the global economy and mobile system transitions.
2007-06-27 ROADM achieves 40Gbps transmission rates
Fujitsu Network Communications announced an integrated 40Gbps transmission capabilities for its popular Flashwave 7500 reconfigurable optical add/drop mux.
2006-11-16 Rival disk-drive tech to race against flash
The disk-drive industry stands at a difficult double crossroads, a place where both its enabling technology and its market drivers are shifting.
2009-02-06 Rhines: EDA innovation will continue
Mentor Graphics chairman and CEO Walden Rhines stuck a positive note presenting data that he said debunked many commonly held pessimisms about EDA and the broader semiconductor industry.
2008-04-18 RFMD moves all production testing to China
RFMD has announced it will consolidate its production test facilities for high volume cellular products to reduce cycle time, better serve its customer base and improve overall profitability.
2006-06-26 Reusable virtual components gain popularity with SoC
The crash of 2001 spelled disasters for pure IP companies who had not yet established brand loyalty. Many were bought out by more established companies, while others simply shut down for lack of revenues.
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