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2006-11-22 DRAMeXchange sees 7% growth in Q4
DRAMeXchange records global own-brand DRAM makers achieved a 19.2 percent QoQ revenue growth in Q3 on DDR2 ASP upbeat.
2013-10-02 DRAM spot prices across the board shoot up post-SK Hynix fire
The incident at SK Hynix's Wuxi plant, which has led to a sudden surge in market demand, pushed spot market prices for mainstream PC DRAM 2Gb to 36 per cent since the day of the fire, noted TrendForce.
2004-04-30 Dangerous cycle may be ahead, Altera CEO warns
John Daane, President and CEO of Altera, reflects the snapshot of the semiconductor industry's first quarter and the preview of the coming year for PL.
2006-10-16 Customers raise new concerns in digital power
Digital power management involves different customers: design engineers, project leaders, purchasing group, QA personnel, test engineers, manufacturing/CM/OEM and customer service staff.
2006-09-01 Crypto model checks IP leakage in fabs
Security specialist Certicom rolled out a hardware-based approach to protecting silicon IP using its elliptic-curve cryptography technology and a 20,000-gate embedded core. The company hopes to gain an early-mover advantage as commercial and military developers step up efforts in semiconductor security.
2011-05-09 Compound semiconductor dev't reflect diversification
Compound semiconductor companies are releasing new products that lead toward product diversification, according to Strategy Analytics.
2005-02-16 Comms, consumer electronics lead tech trends
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbon!the basis of all organic compounds!seems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2003-07-01 Chip industry showing its age
Market stability has always been an elusive goal for U.S. chip vendors, but that hasn't stopped the experts from predicting the end of the boom/bust cycles every so often.
2012-10-31 Chinese smartphones to gain >30% of global share in 2013
TrendForce forecasted that smartphone shipments will exceed 650 million units in 2012, more than 40 per cent growth compared to 460 million units shipped in 2011.
2002-03-07 China should install DWDM to increase T/R pair use, says ElectroniCast chief
With China's entry into the World Trade Organization, the country is expected to demonstrate strong growth as they compete with international rivals in the fiber-optic optoelectronic transmitter/receiver pairs (T/R pair) market.
2005-01-03 CE still profitable amid flat growth
Consumer electronics companies are looking skyward to a more profitable 2005 as consumers line up to purchase their next electronic gadgets.
2004-04-20 Cambridge Broadband picks XJTAG as test solution partner
Cambridge Broadband has selected XJTAG Ltd, a specialist design and test tool developer and part of the Cambridge Technology Group, as its global test solution partner.
2015-07-28 Business relationship 101: Suppliers are not friends
Companies should never confuse a supply relationship with friendship because part of the role of any good provider is to challenge its clients in a productive way.
2012-12-07 Boosted by China Mobile, Nokia gains ground on Apple
Nokia's TD-SCDMA phones, which are available to China Mobile's 700 million subscribers, have a leg up against iPhone, which is only sold through China Unicom and China Telecom.
2013-02-04 BlackBerry ready to catch second wind with BB10 smartphones
Junko Yoshida discusses why the tech community, not the financial community, has to give credit to BlackBerry's entry into the Apple and Android dominated smartphone market.
2002-05-06 AT&T's design 'Angels' land on their feet at Netro
Engineers often get caught in the crossfire when companies sell off a division or nonstrategic technology, but the 125 to 130 engineers of Project Angel remained a team in the $45 million deal that moved AT&T Wireless' OFDM broadband wireless technology to Netro Corp.
2009-03-09 ARM-based netbooks face software roadblock
Qualcomm and other vendors using ARM-based processors to try to muscle their way into the Atom-dominated netbook market also face consumer demand for the familiar user experience offered by Windows XP.
2009-04-15 ARM netbooks hit video, software snags
Engineers working on new generation of ARM/Linux-based netbooks are facing two issues crucial to the success of the systems!the platform's poor support for Web video and its fragmented software base.
2016-03-24 Apple's intro event leaves little surprises
Apple's "Let Us Loop You In" intro event last Monday leaves very little new to patrons with the introduction of the iPhone SE being tagged as 'iPhone 6s in iPhone 5s clothing.'
2005-07-01 Apologetic Owens warns of more Nortel cost cuts
Nortel Networks Inc. chief executive Bill Owens offered a public apology to shareholders at the company's delayed annual meeting last week.
2013-12-10 Analyst: DRAM revenues to climb by 12% next year
Due to the shift of the DRAM industry into an oligopoly, the exit of Taiwan DRAM makers, and the effects of SK Hynix's fire accident, DRAM revenue is seen to grow by 32.5 percent YoY in 2013.
2008-12-17 Analyst: Bailout spells disaster for DRAM
The government in Taiwan!and possibly Korea!may seek to bail-out their failing DRAM makers, but an analyst warned that such an action would be a "disaster" for the industry as a whole.
2004-08-20 Analyst puts 'hold' rating on TSMC, SMIC stocks
Semiconductor stocks remain depressed in the marketplace, including those in the booming silicon foundry sector.
2008-12-11 Analysis: Can DDR3 turn DRAM market around?
Samsung Electronics believes that DDR3 will become the mainstream DRAM chips in 2009 but will the move to the next generation memory provide relief for an industry in the midst of a crushing downturn?
2010-04-09 Analysis: Addressing China labor shortage
Raising minimum wage levels is not likely to cub worker deficit, nor is it a big concern in China's export manufacturing industry. But other factors are.
2004-09-10 AMCC opens Indian development center
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. has opened a technology center here with a staff of about 25 engineers, and will add another 10 by year's end.
2013-06-28 Altair takes on Qualcomm with WiFi with low cost LTE
Altair aims to make its lack of 3G an asset, claiming that its LTE-only chip is smaller and cheaper and modules that are using it are smaller with a lower bill of materials.
2012-04-02 All good things end, flat panel TV shipments to dip
This year, shipments of flat panel TVs into the American market are forecast to decline to 37.1 million units, down five percent from 39.1 million units last year.
2007-10-31 Air Products to supply nitrogen to Rexchip fabs
Air Products has signed a long-term nitrogen and bulk gas supply deal with Rexchip Semiconductor, the joint venture company between Powerchip Semiconductor and Elpida Memory.
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