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2005-09-26 ST to invest $500 million in Singapore
Alleviating fears about its fab efforts in China, STMicroelectronics Inc. said that it remains committed to Singapore and is on target to invest $500 million in the city state, according to a report from The Business Times
2005-10-14 ST plans chip manufacturing in India, says report
European chipmaker STMicrolectronics is planning a "fully-fledged" chip manufacturing facility in Greater Noida near New Delhi and has put down about $35 million to acquire a 25-acre plot of land to house the facility, according to a report on Wednesday (Oct. 12) in The Economic Times from New Delhi
2013-02-21 SSIA: MEMS to go mainstream this year
In an exclusive interview with EE Times Asia, SSIA talks about the promising market segments of 2013 as well as the impact of Singapore's electronics-focused policies.
2010-12-21 Spintronics to enable quantum data storage on individual atoms
University of Utah researchers demonstrated how to store quantum information on individual atoms, rather than electrons, via spintronics. They achieved a refresh time of 112 seconds—thousands of times longer than memorories storing information on electron spin—by reading and writing spin onto phosphorus atoms in a silicon substrate
2002-08-07 SoC serves embedded data acquisition applications
Goal Semiconductor's latest Versa-series SoC has a single-cycle 8051 RISC processor that's claimed to provide an average of eight times more processing power than a standard 8051 microcontroller
2012-11-15 Smart grid leads to vast opportunities, says CEO Panel
During Electronica exhibition, The CEO panel allowed the heads of four major companies to discuss the good times ahead for the semiconductor industry
2014-06-13 Small cell SoCs expand network capacity in neighbourhoods
The 28nm chipsets from Qualcomm supports Wi-Fi and Internet gateway functions, as well as LTE and 3G networks when combined with RFICs. It boasts 40 times more capacity in neighbourhoods
2011-03-04 Siplace seeks synergies from acquisition by ASM
As ASM Pacific Technology acquired Siplace from Siemens AG, Vivek Nanda at EE Times-Asia requested the company to talk about challenges and opportunities for the team affected.
2010-05-25 Silicon Valley veteran weighs in on clean tech, AMD
EE Times recently sat down with Atiq Raza, interim CEO of battery maker Seeo and a veteran of Silicon Valley and discussed venture capital, Intel vs. AMD battle, the outlook for clean tech.
2010-11-12 Silicon startups reveal keys to success
A look at the companies that have made it to the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list over the past six years shows that they all had a clear sales proposition and that CMOS and software remain fundamental to the industry.
2010-02-17 Shortage looms in memory market
There is expected to be a tight supply of memory parts in 2010 due to rebound in demand; lack or under-investment of capital spending; and extended lead times for lithography gear from ASML
2014-10-20 Sensors keep rivers healthy
The Beacon Institute has worked towards making its River and Estuary Observatory Network sensors 20 times cheaper than other systemscheap enough for any river monitoring system to afford
2008-03-07 Sensor detects airborne pathogens in 3mins max
A sensor developed by MIT researchers detect airborne pathogens from just a few dozen particles in less then 3mins, more than seven times faster than the best sensors available today
2010-01-20 SEIPI predicts strong growth for Philippines electronics
The president of SEIPI, Ernesto B. Santiago, tellsEE Times Asia about the measures that pulled the Philippines' electronics industry through the recession. Find out what the industry can expect in 2010.
2011-05-20 Seeing through Intel's mixed signals
EE Time's Rick Merritt scrutinizes Intel's claims and figureless charts, and believes the company can do better with all its brilliant engineers and managers
2014-09-24 SDA enhances iSDIO cards with TransferJet
TransferJet facilitates contactless data transmission at 560Mbit/s with an effective throughput of up to 375Mbit/s, making it more than 1,000 times faster than the typical NFC setup
2008-10-07 Sanghi: Why Microchip insists on buying Atmel
Microchip Technology has confirmed in an interview with EE Times that the company is bidding to acquire Atmel Corp. for $2.3 billion in an effort, along with ON Semiconductor Corp., to raise market share, reduce costs and increase profitability in the MCU business.
2014-08-27 SanDisk Ultra II: Cheap SSD upgrade to consumer PCs
The Ultra II SSD series provides performance boost of up 28 times that of a spinning disc and as much as 15 per cent battery life for PC consumers who favour price over performance
2002-02-14 SandCraft to pursue 'multipipelining'
MIPS-based-processor vendor SandCraft Inc. is focusing its engineering team on a high-end architecture that's best described as "multiple-pipeline parts," a company executive told EE Times.
2005-03-22 Samsung plans to lead MP3 market in 2007, says report
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to overtake Apple Computer Inc. as the world's largest supplier of portable jukebox-style music players by 2007, according to a Korea Times report, citing a senior company executive of the company as its source
2009-07-13 RS CEO takes a bullish view of Asia
In an interview with EE Times-Asia, Ian Mason, group chief executive of RS Components, shares his excitement over the Asia Pacific region's promising growth despite the downturn.
2007-02-01 Retired industry pioneer muses on IC trends
Epitaxy innovator and SIA founder Wilf Corrigan shares with EE Times his take on the developments in semiconductor business.
2010-07-26 Researchers use nanotech to get power from sewage
Oregon State University researchers discovered that a nanotech coating boosts the efficiency of microbial fuel cells by 20 times
2009-12-02 Report: Apple alleged of NAND price manipulation
Apple Inc. is being accused of using its commanding purchasing position to manipulate NAND flash memory prices, according to an article from the Korea Times
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2015-02-03 Raspberry Pi 2 Model B: More power, same price
Priced at $35.33, the successor to the four million unit selling Raspberry Pi promises to be six times faster than its predecessor and boasts 1GB of RAM to run bigger and more powerful projects
2007-05-24 Qualcomm proposes 'finer-grained' metrics for 3G handsets
With the influx of new 3G handsets, Qualcomm says users should be able to make cellphone purchase decisions based on finer-grained metrics that go beyond today's ubiquitous talk and standby times
2002-06-12 PSS 1Mb Flash chip reads in <20ns
Programmable Silicon Solutions is sampling a 1Mb Flash memory with random-access read times <20ns
2007-05-29 Prof works on replacing gasoline with water
An EE professor at Purdue University has found a way to produce hydrogen that replaces the need for gasoline by mixing water with beads of an aluminum-gallium alloy
2007-07-31 Poll: Japan cars greener than European cousins
An poll of EE Times Europe readers revealed many think Japanese cars are greener compared to those made by European automakers.
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