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2016-05-04 Microchip, Micrel dispute simmers
Micrel founder Ray Zinn claims promises were broken over an agreement involving massive layoffs and equity made with Microchip's CEO Steve Sanghi.
2008-11-13 MEMS tech brings inroads in consumer devices
As MEMS technology steadily gets integrated into cellphones, digital cameras and other consumer devices, it could soon make a giant step toward the so-called "lifestyle products," where MEMS chips could provide more manageable interfaces.
2013-05-21 Lowest drop in solar industry capital spending expected
IHS said capital spending among PV companies is set to drop to $2.3 billion in 2013, down 36 per cent from $3.6 billion in 2012.
2003-10-03 Low demands dampen cellular basestation revenues
2003 has been a challenging year for cellular service providers deploying infrastructure, especially for those who invested large amounts for 3G licenses.
2013-05-16 LED lighting future getting brighter
The combined growth potentials of HB LEDs and high lumen LED lighting systems represent a significant increase in demand from today's deployment rate for both the LEDs themselves and for the LED driver ICs required to drive them.
2008-10-29 iSuppli: HDTVs to hit 241.2M units by 2012
Most consumers don't exactly know what high definition (HD) is, but they know they want it.
2007-12-26 iSuppli trims chip revenue forecast for 2008
Semiconductor revenue growth in 2008 will be les than expected because of 'global economic woes,' according to iSuppli Corp.
2007-04-26 iSuppli lowers 2007 chip forecast to 8.1%
Global semiconductor revenue will rise to $281.4 billion in 2007, up 8.1 percent from $260.2 billion last year, according to iSuppli, who previously estimated a 10.6 percent growth for the year.
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices.
2013-05-15 Intel holds on to semiconductor supplier ranking lead
Intel is still on the top spot of the semiconductor suppliers ranking in 1Q13 but lost some of its lead second-placed Samsung with just 45 per cent greater semiconductor sales in 1Q13 as compared to a 68 per cent in 1Q12.
2014-01-20 Intel CEO overestimated PC chip demand
After dropping three percent YoY in Q3, Intel's PC CPU division sales, which accounted for 62 percent of revenue, were flat YoY in Q4, logging an operating profit increase of 20 percent to $3.4 billion.
2016-05-10 IDT ex-CEO recalls battle with hedge fund investor
Ted Tewksbury, ex-CEO of IDT talked about how he fought back against hedge fund investor Starboard Value for about a year and half, as well as his take on the future of the US chip industry.
2003-01-03 IC sector set to enjoy growth
The communications sector of APAC is set to become one of the stellar performers in the IC industry, powered by the large uptake in mobile communications and LAN/WAN applications with CAGRs of 20.8 percent and 33.1 percent respectively, according to Gartner.
2013-06-24 IC inventory drops in Q1, down 4.6% from 4Q12
Semiconductor makers' inventory in Q1 declined to $37.6 billion from $38.4 billion over the previous quarter as a resurgence in consumer demand for electronic products is expected by 2H13.
2013-11-26 IC firms, OEMs to log healthy growth by year's end
Revenue in the final quarter of the year is expected to climb at an even more blistering pace, reaching $540 billion with sequential growth of 10 percent, said IHS.
2008-11-12 IBM transits to 45nm SOI
With an objective to lead in an emerging technology, IBM's Microelectronics Group has launched what it claims as the industry's first 45nm, SOI foundry offering.
2005-10-06 Hynix tips DRAM process roadmap to 60nm
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. outlined its aggressive DRAM process roadmap to keep pace with its rivals, including the development of a 60-nm technology called
2012-11-02 Huawei chooses ASIC over FPGA
China's Huawei Technologies is doing away with FPGAs in some of its gear for the first time and replacing them with using ASICs.
2009-01-09 How much do you know about OFDM, WiMAX?
A virtual "sit down" with some industry leaders offers a peek at where OFDM and WiMAX technology is and where they think it is going.
2010-03-18 Home, telehealth apps to boost CE revenues
IMS Research forecasts that relatively strong growth in smart phones, portable media players, STBs, LCD TVs and refrigeration appliances will contribute to CE revenues of $406 billion this year.
2015-10-21 Global semiconductor capital spending to fall 1% this year
Gartner predicts that memory makers will switch 10 per cent of capacity investments from DRAM to NAND in late 2015 and 2016 and will cut back on investments in late 2015 and early 2016.
2013-08-19 Global industrial electronics chip revenue hit $7.7B in Q1
IHS revealed that worldwide industrial electronics chip revenue in Q1 reached $7.71 billion, up one per cent from $7.63 billion in 4Q12.
2015-10-13 Global chip sales to fall for the first time since 2012
Gartner predicted that the global semiconductor revenue will reach $337.8 billion in 2015, a drop of 0.8 per cent from 2014, and is down from the previous quarter's forecast of 2.2 per cent growth.
2014-09-29 From volume to value: Singapore electronics industry matures
The tumble Singapore's electronics manufacturing output took in the period of April to July has been a source of concern for many. With the rosy August results spelling a turn for the better, the weakened numbers may have been indicative of an industry that is moving up the value chain.
2009-07-17 Foundry panel: 450mm can wait
With chip companies and their suppliers fighting for their lives amidst a brutal industry downturn, the migration to 450mm wafersand the enormous R&D costs it will take to get therecan wait, according to executives from several foundries speaking at Semicon West.
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.
2011-09-20 Favorable LED pricing seen for 2012
Production cutbacks and suspension of MOCVD installations by LED makers in mainland China are expected to boost the industry next year.
2011-02-04 Fab firms' focus on 450mm could disrupt supply chain
Analysts fear there is not enough 300mm capacity today and 450mm plants under construction may not start mass production until 2017 or 2018, a scenario that could trigger disruptions in the IC supply chain.
2012-09-26 Employ rubidium clocks for service continuity in 4G/LTE networks
To achieve continuous network operations, rubidium atomic clocks are needed to deliver network holdover as a back-up to either PTP or GPS based operations.
2013-03-15 Chip suppliers cut inventory significantly in 4Q of 2012
Led by Intel, semiconductor companies reduced their inventories at a faster than expected rate in the fourth quarter as they moved to adjust to weakening demand.
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