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2010-06-04 Nanowire transistors key to planar challenges
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center researchers have developed a series of functional 25-stage ring oscillators using silicon nanowire transistors with diameters down to 2.6nm.
2004-01-22 Motorola China sells wafer fab to SMIC
Motorola China Electronics Ltd has closed the sale of its MOS-17 wafer fabrication facility in Tianjin to Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC).
2011-02-04 Molybdenite touted to be better than silicon
Molybdenite is an inherently two-dimensional material, permitting fabrication of thin films as thin as 6.5?. It has real potential in the production of very small transistors, LEDs and solar cells.
2010-10-14 MIPS Technologies joins TSMC IP alliance
MIPS Technologies Inc. has joined the TSMC Soft IP Alliance Program.
2011-06-17 MEMS makes more "sense" in biomedical apps
Aside from sensors, MEMS technology has many other viable applications, the newest and most promising of which are biomedical as well as precision, internal medicine delivery.
2003-03-12 Meiko, Circuit-Wise to merge operations
Meiko Electronics Co. Ltd and Circuit-Wise Inc. have signed a letter of intent for the merging of their operations.
2003-10-28 Maxim purchases Philips wafer fab
Maxim Integrated Products Inc. has purchased from Philips its 8-inch semiconductor wafer fabrication facility in San Antonio, Texas.
2003-05-22 Lam Research obtains ISO 14001 certification
Lam Research Corp. has received ISO 14001 certification for its environmental management system from the National Standards Authority of Ireland.
2002-04-30 International Rectifier's Italiana wafer fab wins JANS certification
International Rectifier has received a JANS certification from the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) for its International Rectifier Corporation Italiana SPA (IRCI) wafer fabrication facility located in Borgaro, Torino, Italy.
2005-09-15 Infineon poised to expand Malaysia fab
German chip maker Infineon has high hopes for its new plant currently under construction in Kulim, Malaysia, but a final decision to ramp up capacity at the facility will depend on the market conditions, according to a local director for the company.
2006-06-29 IME, SiOptical to develop fab tech with Chartered
The Institute of Microelectronics and SiOptical Inc. signed a research collaboration agreement to jointly develop fabrication technology for silicon-based photonics and circuits.
2002-03-20 IBM announces new processes for wireless chip fab
Targeting companies that manufacture wireless devices such as cell phones, IBM has announced the development of two new foundry processes for fabricating chips for consumer products.
2007-05-04 HP licenses nanoscale technology
Hewlett-Packard announced that it is licensing a technology that could enable a more powerful fabrication of semiconductor chips.
2010-08-30 Graphene R&D pushes forward
U.S. researchers are creating tools for fabricating perfect graphene sheets, and they found that electron radiation prevents connections between monolayers.
2012-11-22 German team develops photonic crystal production method
The SPRIE (Sequential Passivation and Reactive Ion Etching) method is applied to structure the silicon on large areas in a simple and three-dimensional manner.
2002-08-16 Fujitsu Micro rushes wafer fab sale to Microchip
Fujitsu Microelectronics Inc. has exercised its option to accelerate the closing of the sale of its Gresham wafer fabrication facility to Microchip Technology Inc.
2005-08-19 Freescale RET project approaches first anniversary
Freescale Semiconductor and Photronics teamed up in the fourth quarter of 2004 to assess the technical and commercial merit of certain specific resolution enhancement technologies.
2007-05-16 Foundries face obstacle course in 45nm race
The starting gun sounded on the 45nm foundry race when the world's largest foundry service provider announced in April it is accelerating ramp of its 45nm process.
2014-08-28 Fairchild to shut down Penang, Bucheon fab lines
The company is planning to close manufacturing and assembly sites in Malaysia as well as South Korea. The ceasing of operations of its 5-inch lines and reduction in 6-inch facilities will impact about 9,000 employees worldwide.
2013-07-12 Fairchild opens 8-in wafer fab line in South Korea
The facility aims to develop energy management solutions for various worldwide applications and shows the company's goal to better target the Korean and greater Asian markets.
2015-10-07 Explore new approaches to high speed signal design
The proliferation of high speed protocols, now increasingly implemented in a wide range of components, means PCB designers may need to seek out new solutions to emerging design challenges.
2005-12-05 Elpida beefs up 300mm wafer fab in Hiroshima
Elpida Memory and Hiroshima Elpida Memory announced the completion of its new 300mm production line at its 300mm wafer fabrication facility in Hiroshima, Japan.
2009-03-30 Downturn forces Fairchild to shut down fabs
Hit hard by the downturn, Fairchild Semiconductor announced plans to close two fabs and eliminate at least 200 jobs in an effort to cut costs.
2002-09-24 Dolphin Integration: Taiwan foundries acquiring design capabilities
Outsourcing fab responsibilities to Taiwan was adopted by many companies to deverticalize the chip industry. But design changes are slowly creeping in.
2003-07-07 Dainippon, Nikon co-develop photolithography process
Dainippon Screen has entered into a collaborative agreement with Nikon for next-gen photolithography processes.
2002-05-30 Dai Nippon, STMicro form strategic photomask alliance
Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd and STMicroelectronics have formed a strategic alliance on the development and supply of photomasks.
2012-10-09 Commercialisation of 14nm chips moved back due to EUV delays
In order to lay down patterns on next-gen chips that target sizes as small as 14nm, EUV systems need light sources that are nearly 20 times more powerful than the ones that are currently available.
2002-09-20 China's chip market rebounds from 2001 slowdown
Strong domestic demand revived China's chip fabrication industry in 1H of this year, reversing the slowdown seen in 2001.
2011-08-31 Carbon nanotube reliability questionable
NIST researchers are questioning the reliability of carbon nanotubes as tests have revealed that the nanotubes performance slowly deteriorates under constant current.
2004-01-14 Applied Materials systems aid UMCi move towards 90nm production
Applied Materials has received an order from Singapore's UMCi foundry for a multi-system suite of advanced transistor fabrication technologies for 300mm volume production.
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