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2009-06-02 Report: Taiwan investment to boost China IC industry
A new report from The Information Network stated that Mainland China's cross-straits investment in Taiwan will help the island country to survive the global crisis and at the same time help fix its own IC market.
2008-12-05 Report: Samsung is solar patent king
Canon, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Samsung are among the largest patent holders in solar photovoltaic panels, although they have no products in the field today.
2008-11-11 Report: RFID market to hit $5.3B this year
A new report from ABI Research forecasts that the worldwide RFID market will exceed $5.3 billion in 2008.
2007-11-27 Report: Regulatory hurdles top 2008 business risks
Regulatory and compliance risk is the greatest strategic challenge facing global businesses in 2008, according to a new report from Ernst & Young.
2009-03-31 Report: PC market to go 'slightly up'
It may not be a recovery, but the PC market's slide seems to be slowing down according to a financial analyst firm.
2013-08-30 Report: Japan influence in IC marketplace waning
IC Insights identifies usual major players leading in semiconductor sales through the first six months of the year, with only one Japanese company-Toshiba-present in the list.
2011-04-29 Report: China's PND shipments to reach 7.8M in 2015
IDC reports that PND shipments in China will reach 7.8 million in 2015 due to high quality, convenience and low price.
2009-04-22 Report: China Q1 fab utilization plunges to 43%
China's Q1 semiconductor fab utilization rate dropped to a new low of 43 percent, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2009-04-21 Renesas-NEC merger: a good deal?
Loss-ridden Japan chipmakers NEC Electronics Corp. and Renesas Technology Corp. are reportedly in talks about a merger. Does this deal make sense? No, according to one analyst.
2012-02-09 Renesas, Fujitsu, Panasonic to merge IC ops
The Japanese chip vendors are ironing out plans to integrate system chip manufacturing divisions as separate from their design divisions.
2007-01-15 Renesas expands China operations
Renesas Technology announced a reorganization of its sales and application technology support structure in China with the aim of expanding its business in that country.
2014-05-29 Renesas advances sale of JV stake with Synaptics
The sale of the 55 per cent stake was previously considered by Apple, whose interest in the company anchored on what was believed to be the control over quality and cost in its supply chain.
2015-01-12 Reinforcing the supply chain: Identifying the hurdles
Faced with such challenges, developers and manufacturers of electronics products have become extremely cautious about sharing information across the supply chain.
2009-08-18 Regulations may hinder UMC's China foundry buyout
United Microelectronics Corp.'s acquisition of Chinese foundry He Jian Technology Co. Ltd could be in jeopardy because of Taiwan government regulations.
2003-08-11 Recovery but slow growth in IT: report
In a case of good news/bad news, International Data Corp. projects a mild recovery in IT spending beginning in 2H of 2003.
2009-03-13 Recession, underinvestment drag China IC industry
China's semiconductor industry is broken due to recession and underinvestment, with a drop in total chip production contrasted by a 6.8 percent increase in consumption in the country in 2008.
2004-09-16 Race to China's automotive victory lane
In the street race, China shines as the fastest rising star for automotive market players.
2009-02-25 Quest continues for Spansion white knight
The new president and CEO of Spansion Inc. will be entitled to a bonus of $1.75 million if he can find a buyer or white knight for the troubled memory company, according to a filing.
2006-07-01 Qualcomm's chip chief looks to 4G
Qualcomm Inc.'s Sanjay Jha sat down with EE Times' Loring Wirbel to share QCT's plans for continued domination in 3G and emerging 4G wireless.
2009-10-16 Quad-core processors boost SPARC servers
Fujitsu and Sun released quad-core processors that increase single-thread and overall system performance, suiting large-scale databases.
2008-06-17 Quad-core Opteron chips 'scale up' data centers
AMD has released four new quad-core AMD Opteron SE processors designed to help IT managers take a new approach to "scaling up" their data center.
2009-12-28 Q3 OLED shipments hit record high with $250M
Increased demand in high-end mobile and smart phones has driven growth despite the state of the economy.
2012-11-16 PV oversupply to persist until 2016, says analyst
EnergyTrend forecasted that industry players will run on high utilisation rates to digest capacity expansion and to offset fixed cost, and will strive to get a bigger bite of the market.
2012-09-18 PV market in APAC, N. America rises, Eurozone dips
Frost & Sullivan revealed that PV market earned revenues of $46.63 billion in 2011 and is seen to reach $104.32 billion in 2017 with North America accounting for 60 percent of that year's annual installed capacity.
2011-11-11 PV equipment spending faces chronic drop
Market oversupply and strong inventory build are seen to drive PV industry spending down.
2013-01-08 PV demand to shift from West to Asia this year
TrendForce forecasts that while the ASP downhill trend is expected to continue into 2013, there will be a potential shift of PV demand from the West to the Far East.
2013-10-28 Pulsed RF power devices to surpass $250M by 2018
ABI Research forecasted that the markets for pulsed RF power devices up to 18GHz will grow in the next five years despite the current economic turmoil and cuts in defence spending.
2007-08-06 Prospects dim for semiconductor IP sector
The semiconductor IP sector is turning out to be non-profit business, with most IP vendors losing money in this arena.
2002-05-16 Powerchip opens 300mm DRAM fab
Amid sinking prices in the DRAM market, Powerchip Semiconductor Corp. flipped the switch on its first 300mm wafer fabrication facility on May 14.
2009-02-23 Pondering the Nokia/Qualcomm lovefest
The message is clear though. Nokia will keep its chip suppliers, with Qualcomm now in the club, both close and at arm's length.
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