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2004-02-05 SIA: Global semiconductor sales up by 18.3 percent
Worldwide sales of semiconductors rose to $166.4B in 2003, up by 18.3 percent from the $140.8B in global revenue recorded in 2002.
2008-02-05 SIA: Chip sales hit new record with $255.6B in 2007
Global sales of semiconductors grew for the sixth-consecutive year, reaching a record $255.6 billion in 2007, up 3.2 percent from the $247.7 billion reported in 2006, according to SIA.
2002-08-07 Semiconductor sales show rate increase in Q2
The Semiconductor Industry Association reported that quarterly sales have increased by 5.8 percent to $11.35 billion in the June quarter from $10.73 billion in the March quarter of this year.
2005-09-16 Seeing Taiwan at center of new IC world
Nicky Lu envisions a pan-Pacific IC circle replacing the pan-Atlantic circle as more consumers emerge in the Asia region.
2003-04-24 Samsung taps Millennium Cell to enhance its power capabilities
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology has selected Millennium Cell Inc. to work with them in advancing its fuel cell-powered PC and communications devices
2004-09-01 Samsung exec sees spot DRAM shortages
Seasonal PC and cellphone demand is expected to cause spot DRAM shortages in the second half of 2004, according to an executive from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd
2004-08-02 Rules changing for the home media server
To build cost-effective servers, highly modular designs must be built around the PCI bus and communications processors.
2009-09-29 Premier Farnell increases Web focus
Premier Farnell Asia Pacific president Syed Salman H. talks about the company's focus on the Web and its "element14" Website.
2012-03-15 Personal cloud to dethrone PCs by 2014
Major trends in client computing have shifted the market away from a focus on personal computers to a broader device perspective that includes smartphones, tablets and other consumer devices
2006-06-08 PCI Express Bridge takes TV to laptops
Philips's new chip supports four digital streams, allowing PC-TV viewers to simultaneously watch, record and preview TV images
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.
2008-01-03 Panasonic ships 'thinnest' Blu-ray drives
Panasonic Communications Co. Ltd has started shipping samples of what it claims to be the thinnest internal Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives to PC manufacturers
2010-10-15 Otellini says Intel to take tablet market
The Intel CEO declared that the company will use all the assets at their disposal to win the segment, as he reported record revenues for Q3 10.
2005-05-05 NOR flash memory market to contract 7 percent in 2005
The recovery of the NOR flash memory market from the current period of declining revenues will see the market achieve record-breaking revenues approaching $11 billion in 2006, according to Semico Research Corp.
2011-05-27 Nomura: Smartphones, servers fuel IC market growth
Nomura believes that demand for smartphones and servers and stable memory IC prices will fuel IC market growth by 4.4 percent, a raised forecast from its projection of 3.1 percent
2003-01-13 Nifty gadgets brighten hope for an upturn
It rained in the desert resort town of Las Vegas as the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared to open its doors
2009-01-26 Netbooks: good for consumers, bad for the tech economy?
The netbook phenomenon is a good example of what's happening in the broader marketplace: Spendthrift consumers are looking for ways to cut back, and retailers and manufacturers are sometimes having to settle for lower profits as a result.
2008-07-09 NAND flash price to stabilize after August
DRAMeXchange indicates that average NAND flash contract price of 2H June dropped at the range between 5-25 percent due to quarter-end factor.
2013-06-27 Mobile devices surpass traditional PCs in DRAM consumption
IHS forecasted that mobile devices will use up a greater volume of DRAM, estimated at $11.6 billion, than traditional desktops, notebooks and servers, which will only amount to $9.9 billion.
2014-11-18 Mobile device space lifts memory market in China
China consumed about 4.789 billion DRAM and 3.518 billion NAND Flash chips, accounting for a respective 19.2 per cent and 20.6 per cent of the world's total DRAM and NAND Flash output, noted TrendForce.
2005-10-03 Mem glitches have been healed, Infineon says
Andreas Schaller outlines the necessary steps to regain Infineon's top position in the memory market.
2008-09-16 Medical ICs outpace CE, computer chips
Databeans Inc. projects an annual growth rate of 14 percent per year over the next five years for devices used in medical electronics, surpassing both the CE and computer markets.
2006-01-05 MatrixStream to showcase HD IPTV at CES '06
MatrixStream Technologies Inc. will be demonstrating at this week's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) what it touts as the world's first H.264 AVC (advance video codec) Video on Demand and IPTV STB and PC player capable of the highest high definition (HD) signal formats with 1080 x 1920 pixels.
2004-05-05 Makers raise production targets amid rosy forecast
Global production of capacitors is predicted to continue its upward trend through the next four years, according to estimates from Paumanok.
2005-07-22 Lenovo sales up, but analyst remains wary of IBM merger
Second quarter sales at Lenovo, China's largest PC maker, should be better than expected because of strong demand from Chinese consumers, yet it's still too early to tell whether Lenovo's merger with IBM is a success story, according to Deutsche Bank Securities
2010-03-17 LCD monitor shipments hit 176.5M in 2009
Despite the global recession and dwindling desktop PC sale, global LCD monitor shipments rose to 176.5 million units in 2009, up from 170.1 million in 2008
2005-09-22 Large LCD panels to be in oversupply, says iSuppli
Despite strong sales of larger thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) panels in the second quarter, slower-than-expected system production and end-system sales for flat-panel TVs and desktop PC monitors will exacerbate an expected oversupply of panels toward the year's end, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp
2006-02-01 Key Asia-Pacific industry trends to expect in 2006
A lot of investment is going into upgrading and expanding India's telecom infrastructure, especially on the wireless equipment side.
2004-05-13 Japan's IC needs met at home
Japan's semiconductor market became the world's largest last year, driven by demand from non-PC products, especially digital consumer electronics, mobile phones and car-related electronics.
2008-12-05 iSuppli: Expect flat, even down HDD shipments
iSuppli Corp. predicts global shipments of HDDs used in PCs and other electronic products will be flat or even decline in Q4 08 compared with Q3 08.
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