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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.
2006-07-19 iSuppli keeps 'neutral' rating on NAND market
Market research house iSuppli Corp. upgraded its rating for the DRAM market, but remains "neutral" and cautious about NAND flash.
2009-12-29 Intel, Micron moves to reclaim NAND process lead
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. are looking to regain the lead in the NAND process technology race.
2009-03-03 Intel vs. Qualcomm
For a long time, Intel counted Advanced Micro Devices as its chief rival. These days, it's looking more like Intel and Qualcomm will be going mano-a-mano.
2007-08-06 Intel preps for major WiMAX push in 2008
Intel and partners intend to make a major push for WiMAX in the United States in 2008, in the hope that this wireless broadband technology will become as popular as Wi-Fi is today.
2013-05-02 Intel making mark in tablet arena
Intel's market share shot up from zero to around 7 per cent thanks to Windows 8 tablets doing unexpectedly well.
2012-10-18 Intel beats Q3 forecast but still faces tough conditions
The company forecasts minimal growth for the fourth quarter and has also cut its capital spending estimate for the year.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2014-11-17 Improve margins by training cost-aware design engineers
When designers don't know or care about manufacturing costs, they will make some costly decisions that buyers can't overcome, leading to uncompetitive products.
2015-07-16 IBM woos Indian clients to buy Watson supercomputer
IBM is aggressively pitching its supercomputer Watson to its Indian clients in the hopes of making generating more business with telecom firms amidst a dwindling market share in the country.
2007-11-14 Hynix posts strongest Q3 growth in DRAM market
Global DRAM sales posted a mild growth in Q3, and Hynix Semiconductor posted the strongest sales among vendors.
2013-04-17 Huawei: From underdog to behemoth
Huawei's real breakthrough didn't come until it decided to develop its SingleRAN technology. The goal of SingleRAN was to design a radio access network (RAN) technology allowing mobile operators to switch from GSM to UMTS network standards or use both simultaneously.
2010-05-28 High costs hurt energy efficiency drive
Government efforts to boost energy-saving product usage are driving China's "green" electronic exports but additional testing and certification costs are a concern particularly for voluntary standards.
2010-01-20 GPS uptake in handsets hits roadblocks
The GPS and location industry faces a second wave of design challenges, which will greatly alter the competitive landscape and the resulting services that can be successfully offered.
2008-01-31 GPON chips ready to invade homes
Startup Iamba Networks Inc. has introduced its first chips to bring fiber-to-the-home, joining the bandwagon of companies hoping a long-awaited ramp in GPONs will begin this year.
2007-06-15 Gartner: China to dominate Asia chip market by 2011
Gartner is predicting that China, which already accounts for more than half of the regional market outside of Japan, will represent 63 percent of Asia's chip market by 2011.
2008-06-20 Future of Blu-ray in China still unclear, notes CCID
According to CCID Consulting, in terms of market status, Blu-ray only dominates its competitors at the standard level. In China's HD market, the prospect of Blu-ray players and optical drivers is still unclear.
2009-02-20 FPGA outsourcing: 10 questions to ask
Outsourcing can reduce risk and cost, but only if done carefully. Here are 10 questions every company should consider before outsourcing FPGA development.
2015-04-15 Foxconn to build iPhone assembly units in India: report
Foxconn Technology Group is reportedly planning to build three production plants in India, which will be used in part to assemble iPhones for Apple.
2009-12-28 Forecast: Good, bad signs for 2010 electronics biz
2009 started off bad, but the year currently seeing some positive signs. Heading into 2010, there are both good and bad signs in the marketplace.
2007-06-05 Fluctuating forecasts muddle chipmakers' plans
Skepticism is growing about the outlook for 2007 and beyond with the mounting disconnect between consistently strong electronic end-equipment market demand and dwindling sales at semiconductor component suppliers.
2007-06-06 Flextronics acquires rival Solectron for $3.6B
Singapore's EMS giant Flextronics International announced it is buying smaller competitor Solectron for $3.6 billion in cash and stock, an AP report said.
2007-10-01 Flash makers position for NAND surge
Seeking to gain ground on Samsung Electronics, NAND flash rivals Hynix Semiconductor, IM Flash Technologies and Toshiba are quietly expanding their production and readying a new class of sub-45nm devices.
2015-03-19 Fake SD cards on the rise: How to avoid counterfeit products
Tests by the Counterfeit Report found that the cards will work at first, but generally speaking, buyers are purchasing what they think are cards with capacities of 32GB and up, but has a lower capacity.
2010-05-21 eXtremeDB 4.1 promises faster on-disk storage, retrieval
McObject is offering an upgrade to its real-time embedded database system, with new features in reliability, performance, data security, ease-of-use and internationalization.
2005-06-01 Ethernet goes wide
Advances in components, standards, and techniques are allowing the Ethernet to migrate from the circuit-switched enterprise to packet-based service provider networks
2006-08-16 ESL solution prevents bug at the source
MataiTech's Nauet is an ESL tool that lets hardware and software engineers collaborate at the earliest stages of a design, thus preventing bugs at the source.
2006-10-02 ESL solution prevents bug at source
MataiTech's Nauet is an ESL tool that lets hardware and software engineers collaborate at the earliest stages of a design, thus preventing bugs at the source.
2003-02-04 Elpida defines role of China foundry in DRAM plans
Discussion of China's emerging CMOS foundries has centered on their perceived role as low-cost suppliers of last-generation capacity.
2012-03-07 Elpida bankruptcy gives DRAM market a taste of hope
The global ASP for all DRAM shipments is projected to rise to $1.21 by the end of the year, up 15.5 percent from $1.05 at the end of 1H12.
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