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2005-11-04 China's Hua Hong NEC mulls 300mm fab
Chinese foundry specialist Shanghai Hua Hong NEC Electronics Co. Ltd. plans to build a 300mm fab at a cost $2 billion, according to the Shanghai Daily.
2005-11-18 Camera phone shipments to reach 850 M units in 2009
InfoTrends/CAP Ventures' latest camera phone and photo messaging forecast shows worldwide camera phone shipments continuing on a strong growth trajectory, climbing from 370 million units in 2005 to 847 million units in 2009.
2005-11-02 Automakers forging ahead with consumer telematics
While some automakers are still exploring the advantages of having a telematics program, others are already going ahead, according to Frank Viquez, director of automotive research at ABI Research.
2005-11-15 AU Optronics forms separate consumer, IT businesses
Taiwan-based display supplier AU Optronics Corp. has restructured its business groups along two industry sectors, Information Technology Displays and Consumer Electronic Displays, effective Dec. 1.
2005-11-11 Atmel offers wireless foundry process
Semiconductor maker Atmel Corp. rolled out a new, 0.18-micron process technology for wireless customers
2005-11-08 Arrow, Innor partner on HDTV solution
Arrow Asia Pac Ltd and independent design house (IDH) Innor Tech of Hong Kong have formed an exclusive partnership to market an HDTV solution based on a Texas Instruments chip
2005-11-08 AMI, MagnaChip team on 0.18-micron process
Mixed-signal semiconductor companies AMI Semiconductor and MagnaChip Semiconductor have announced they would develop a specialized 0.18-micron process to enable next generation medical devices requiring very low power and robust non-volatile memory solutions
2005-11-02 AMD opens new 300mm fab in Germany
AMD has announced the opening its new 300mm Fab 36 in Dresden, Germany. The company plans to make 90nm production shipments from the new fab in Q1 of 2006 with 65nm production scheduled by the end of the same year
2005-11-10 Agilent, Mentor claim to speed high-volume 'yield learning
Agilent Technologies Inc. and Mentor Graphics Corp. Monday (Nov. 7) announced an integrated solution enabling high-volume diagnosis for logical and physical failure analysis
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