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2006-05-22 Samsung sets up new LED research center
Samsung Electro-mechanics and Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology announced their jointly established LED research center located at the institute's New Material Engineering building.
2007-05-18 Samsung LCD head cool to rare LG partnership
Samsung Electronics LCD's top honcho has sent out a lukewarm welcome to rival LG.Philips LCD on forming an alliance under the Korea Display Industry Association.
2006-03-24 Samsung execs face jail in connection with DRAM probe
Three Samsung Electronics executives have agreed to plead guilty and to serve jail time in the United States in conjunction with an alleged global conspiracy to fix DRAM prices.
2012-01-05 Ruthless DRAM market leaves Elpida struggling
Elpida's loans that are due to be paid in April have the company looking elsewhere for funds, driving up speculations of a takeover.
2007-06-07 Russian fab partners with U.S. firm for 130nm move
Russian foundry JSC Angstrem has teamed with a U.S. company to import a 0.13?m process as the basis for a foundry operation.
2006-04-25 RFI, Gyeonggi Provincial Government sign MOU
RFI Global Services signs Memorandum of Understanding with South Korea's Gyeonggi Provincial Government detailing the strategic investment being made by RFI in Gyeonggi.
2006-10-09 RF Magic, Wavesat deliver WiMAX Mini-PCI module for less than $100
RF Magic partners and Wavesat partners to deliver a cost-effective WiMAX mini-PCI module to provide OEMs and ODMs with a quickly deployable WiMAX CPE.
2001-05-01 Reusable models trim software costs
The cost of developing embedded real-time software can be reduced by using an architecture that supports integration of software components and their behavior, and reconfiguration of component behavior at executable-code level.
2009-01-14 Researchers use fiber optics for tunnel detection
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology researchers claim that detecting tunneling activity under the security fence separating Gaza from Egypt could be accomplished through a buried fiber-optic cable.
2013-01-14 Reprogrammable memory arrays on flexible substrate
The MOMA consortium has recently announced the development of the largest reprogrammable non-volatile memory arrays which will be made on flexible substrates.
2010-12-28 Report: Toshiba outsources logic production to Samsung
A report surfaced that Japan’s Toshiba Corp. will be outsourcing an undisclosed percentage of its leading-edge logic production to South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2005-09-12 Renesas to collaborate on auto electronics in China
Renesas Technology Corp. will supply microprocessor technology and technical support as part of a plan to collaborate with the China Automotive Technology and Research Center.
2006-06-15 Raza, AMD announce relationship, transfer of AMD Alchemy
Raza Microelectronics will acquire the MIPS-based AMD Alchemy processor product line and operations from AMD.
2006-06-02 Rambus also hit by stock option scandal
Rambus is the latest chipmaker to get hit by what some observers see as the growing stock option scandal in the semiconductor industry.
2007-05-09 Qualcomm, Lenovo Mobile enter W-CDMA license agreement
Qualcomm Inc. and Lenovo Mobile Communications Technology Ltd have entered into a subscriber unit license agreement to cover W-CDMA subscriber products.
2009-09-22 Qualcomm injects 3G in China health services
Rural health clinics get 3G handsets, PCs, health care software and network services in Hebei Province, China.
2008-11-13 Qualcomm helps boost China IT education
Qualcomm Inc. and Beijing Peking University Unity Microsystems Technology Co. Ltd (PKUnity) have entered the third phase of the Connected Computer Classroom program.
2012-02-21 Pricey materials weigh down AMOLED TVs
Aggravated by manufacturing challenges, global shipment of the sets will still be limited, accounting for only one percent of the worldwide flat panel market by 2015.
2003-09-02 Philips, T-Com ink strategic agreement
Royal Philips Electronics and T-Com - Deutsche Telekom AG's fixed network division - have finalized a joint venture for broadband wireless home networks.
2002-03-07 Philips, STMicro, TSMC ally on deep-submicron process work
Steeling themselves for the imposing challenge of developing process technology for deep-submicron ICs, three chip industry heavyweights said Tuesday they will pool resources to share the risk of process development for ICs below 0.15m.
2003-11-24 Panasonic, Quantel ensure interoperability of products
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has agreed to work closely with Quantel, a U.K.-based designer and manufacturer of digital image processing products.
2002-05-02 Panasonic, Atmel collaborate to supply total RFID solutions
Panasonic and Atmel Corp. have agreed to jointly supply complete radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions that offer system integrators compatible technologies with price range and performance targets.
2003-01-03 Organic displays near critical mass
Organic polymers are expected to play a larger role soon in enabling flexible color displays for computers, comms devices and consumer electronics.
2007-09-12 Oracle carves niche in embedded software design
Seeing the potential of the embedded industry, Oracle is one of the many software providers now fielding embedded software solutions to gain inroads in the market.
2008-11-13 Opinion: Are ATE standards destined for failure?
One of the by-products in low-cost IC test is standards. Suppliers of automatic test equipment (ATE) have made several strides to lower the cost of test by rolling out new testers, but they have fallen way short on the standardization front.
2002-12-02 Open source hardware
This technical article discusses how open-source techniques in hardware design are still impossible to achieve with the current technology available to engineers.
2002-02-04 OES develops blue laser diodes for DVDs
The Opto-Electronics & Systems Laboratories (OES) of Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has developed GaN blue laser diodes for use in next-generation digital-image optical HD DVDs.
2010-12-09 NXP, Google collaborate for Android NFC
NFC has been gaining momentum, and now NXP and Google have announced a partnership to integrate the short range wireless technology into handsets.
2007-07-26 NXP earmarks $124M for Singapore Wireless USB base
NXP has set aside $124 million to expand its Wireless USB technology base in Singapore.
2008-07-11 Numonyx, Elpida forge memory foundry deal
Flash-memory upstart Numonyx B.V. has signed on its first silicon foundry partner, by announcing a deal with Japan's Elpida Memory Inc.
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