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2008-10-23 Who would not think it's Intel?
It's got to be Intel, right?
2008-05-12 Who are the likely buyers of Jazz?
Mark LaPedus of EE Times lists several companies as the likely buyer of U.S.-based specialty foundry Jazz Technologies.
2009-01-26 What's the best way to cope with recession?
As electronics sales tumble and companies dust off survival strategies, high-tech market executives, especially those in the semiconductor segment, are confronting a downturn like no other.
2015-05-04 What's inside an Apple Watch?
The teardown of the Apple Watch Sport 38mm by IHS Technology shows a bill of materials of $81.20 with the cost of production rising to $83.70 when the $2.50 manufacturing expense is added.
2014-01-10 What you need to know when designing your PCB
Learn about the main aspects of a modern PCB that must be thoroughly considered.
2015-07-23 What will drive 5G to the next level?
NYU Wireless has spent years creating mmW channel modes. Nevertheless, detailed system designs and improved architectures must be developed before mmW products can enter the market in a real way.
2008-07-25 What has driven Cadence to buyout Mentor?
Although I have heard from a few financial analysts who think the acquisition is good for Cadence and for the industry, I continue to believe it will not work even if classical investment theory says it should.
2016-03-30 Wearables require technology, logistics collaboration
The booming wearable technology industry requires semiconductor makers to work with experienced and reliable logistics providers that can offer multimodal transportation and properly ship items.
2015-10-13 Wearable PCB designs call for attention to basics
In the absence of printed circuit board standards in wearable Internet of Things electronics, hardware developers need to pay close attention to fundamentals.
2005-04-05 Wafer fab, assembly facility up for sale in Thailand
The Cullen Group, a real estate and development firm, said that it has become the listing agent for a wafer fab facility and backend assembly plant in Thailand.
2015-11-09 Wafer fab to use swirling induction type HVAC
Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor's cleanroom is equipped with SWIT from Takasago Thermal Engineering that promises to have a smaller environmental footprint than conventional systems.
2006-01-03 Voltaix receives NSF grant to develop SiGe
Voltaix Inc. has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation SBIR/STTR Program to accelerate the commercialization of silicon-germanium technology.
2002-07-26 Vitesse ends work on upcoming 10Gb, 40Gb chips
Vitesse Semiconductor Corp. is trimming its product lines, excising those whose prospects have withered in the telecom recession said CEO Louis Tomasetta.
2010-04-19 Virage Logics sets sight on subsystems
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of IP cores, instead, it's betting on becoming a supplier of 'subsystems' that can be quickly embedded in SoCs for its licensees.
2002-06-07 Virage licenses Tower's NOVeA memories
Tower Semiconductor and Virage Logic Corp. have entered into a multi-year licensing agreement, which enables Virage to develop and license to Tower, and its customers, the NOVeA family of non-volatile embedded memories on Tower's 0.185m technology.
2002-03-25 Views of IC quality are clearly different at ISQED
The opening plenary session of the International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design inadvertently reenacted the proverb of the blind men and the elephant.
2005-09-12 Vienna to host nano-imprint litho seminar
Photomask vendor Photronics has said it will host a seminar on nano-imprint lithography during the Micro- and Nanoengineering Conference in Vienna, Austria, on Sept. 21.
2006-12-14 Video-processing IC supports H.264 format
The MB86H50 video processing IC from Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. has been designed for real-time compression and decompression of high-definition TV-level video in H.264 format.
2012-12-20 Vertical crosspoint memory for Internet of Things
Here's a look at antifuse NVM and the recent advances that make it a good solution for IoT MCUs.
2009-01-14 Vector network analyzer handles up to 70GHz
Anritsu Co. has introduced the VectorStar MS4640A microwave vector network analyzer that delivers frequency coverage of 70kHz to 70GHz, dynamic range of 103dB at 67GHz, and measurement speed of 20?s/point.
2002-02-20 VCX, Chartered team to streamline mixed-signal SoC design process
Silicon foundry Chartered Semiconductor Mfg and Virtual Component Exchange have entered into an agreement that designates Chartered as a preferred mixed-signal foundry for VCX partners.
2013-02-18 Varitronix injects $25m into LCD design, development line
Varitronix recently announced a $25 million investment into a new LCD manufacturing facility that will support design and development, display cell production and LCD module assembly.
2005-07-18 Variables dictate 'right' SoC-SiP mix for phones
The right mix of SiP and SoC will depend on many factors&mdasj;most critical is cost
2007-04-16 Using logic-optimized FPGAs in displays
Image quality in FPDs is highly subjective, and image-enhancement algorithm specifications continue to evolve. As a result, low-cost, logic-optimized FPGAs and reference designs enable designers to modify image-enhancement algorithms quickly and easily.
2004-12-03 Updated Altium PCB design system include new technologies
A new PCB design system for layout professionals was recently released by Altium Ltd.
2009-04-09 Unlock Micron's 50nm DRAM technology
With their latest 50nm process technology, Micron Technology Inc. seems to have struck the right balance between investment in new technologies and conservative design decisions.
2013-07-10 UNIST mass produces 3D mesoporous graphene
A team from the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology developed a new method to massively synthesise enhanced, yet affordable, materials for supercapacitors.
2011-09-01 Understanding inverters' role in the solar industry
Learn how solar inverters can eventually pave the way for further development of future energy-harvesting systems.
2002-12-19 UMC, Xilinx ready for 90nm chip manufacturing in '03
United Microelectronics Corp. and Xilinx Inc. have announced that they are on track to produce Xilinx's latest family of programmable chips in 2H of 2003, utilizing UMC's 90nm chipmaking process technology.
2006-06-27 UMC is getting 65nm interest
According to major silicon foundry United Microelectronics Corp., it has been getting a lot of interest in 65nm designs.
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