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2007-11-12 Through-hole tech shrinks camera modules for handsets
Oki Electric has started a contract assembly service for W-CSP semiconductors using through-hole technology that can miniaturize camera modules for mobile handsets.
2014-08-06 Things unsaid about the new Fujitsu-Panasonic Co.
The announcement last week revealed a few details of the new fabless chip companyincluding its CEO, its ratio of voting rights, and the number of employees.
2008-11-13 THine acquires Winbond's ISP business
THine Electronics Inc. and Winbond Electronics Corp. have announced the transfer Winbond's Image Signal Processor (ISP) Business to THine.
2005-07-05 Therma-Wave sells product line to Tokyo Electron
Therma-Wave Inc., a vendor of process control metrology systems, has agreed to sell its Compact Critical Dimension-integrated (CCD-i) product line to Tokyo Electron Ltd (TEL) for about $9.95 million.
2008-03-25 The real deal on Synopsys' Synplicity buyout
Synopsys has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Synplicity for $8 cash per share, resulting in a gross transaction of approximately $227 million, and approximately $188 million net of cash acquired. Here's what EDA veteran Gabe Moretti thinks about the deal.
2012-06-01 Teledyne pays $291M for LeCroy acquisition
LeCroy said it expects the transaction will help accelerate its high-end oscilloscope programs to deliver real-time bandwidth well beyond 100GHz by utilizing Teledyne's leading InP technology.
2005-07-21 TDK to acquire Lambda Power Division from Invensys
The restructuring of the global power supply industry has taken another turn as Japan-based TDK Corp. has agreed to acquire the Lambda Power Division from London-based Invensys plc. for $235 million.
2010-09-24 Tanner EDA says 2010 revenue up 17%
Tanner EDA credits North America, Central and South America, and Middle East markets for revenue growth
2008-12-04 Synopsys to acquire ProDesign's CHIPit
Synopsys Inc. announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the CHIPit business unit of ProDesign.
2011-12-02 Synopsys pays $507 million to buy Magma
The acquisition is an opportunity for Synopsys to expand its R&D talent pool.
2010-02-10 Synopsys expands verification products via CoWare
Synopsys Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire CoWare Inc., a supplier of software and services for electronic systems design.
2012-02-24 Synopsys closes Magma deal, Magma CEO out
Many believe that years of battles in court and the marketplace have bred personal animosity between Magma's Rajeev Madhavan and Synopsys chairman and CEO Aart de Geus.
2012-05-25 Synopsys assigns co-CEO to current CEO de Geus
Synopsys promoted Chi-Foon Chan as co-CEO and will share the responsibility of managing the company with Aart de Geus.
2010-02-16 SunPower expands Europe reach via SunRay
SunPower Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SunRay Renewable Energy, a European solar power plant developer with offices in Europe and the Middle East.
2006-02-27 Sun to acquire Aduva
Sun Microsystems and Aduva announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Sun will acquire Aduva.
2004-05-21 Sumitomo to buy $160M LED chips from Cree
Sumitomo Corp. has agreed to purchase $160 million worth of Cree Inc. LED products in June 2005.
2008-07-31 ST offloads HDD controller division to Western Digital
Hard disk manufacturer Western Digital has acquired the hard disk drive controller IP rights, design tools and design team from STMicroelectronics NV.
2007-10-26 ST fab utilization rate flat without flash
STMicroelectronics NV's fab utilization rate amounted to 86 percent in Q3, both in its 8- and 6-inch facilities in Italy, according to a company executive.
2004-07-29 SST expands partnership with Toshiba
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) has expanded its existing technology licensing agreement with Toshiba Corp. to include finer process geometries of SST's SuperFlash technology.
2013-06-26 Spreadrum receives $1.38B offer from China state firm
Tsingua Unigroup has offered $1.38 billion in cash to buy the wireless communications company shortly after Spreadtrum announced a big jump in its guidance for second quarter sales.
2011-10-21 Speech synthesis tech pushes voice-based info retrieval
Fujitsu is developing a speech interface technology that will allow a device to read aloud details about a topic and other related information.
2009-10-08 Specialty foundries seek new growth opportunities
Gearing for the next IC upturnand perhaps survival over the long runspecial foundry providers are rolling out new strategies and processes.
2014-11-06 Sore spot: Qualcomm goes after China
A cell phone chip maker and the Chinese government appear to be eyeball-to-eyeball in a patent dispute, waiting for someone to blink. Qualcomm claimed Chinese phone makers failed to report more than $100 million in handset sales.
2006-04-25 Sony, Samsung display JV to expand display capacity
S-LCD, the display joint venture between Sony and Samsung Electronics, is investing $240M to expand capacity at its 7G fab by 50 percent to process 90,000 panels a month.
2005-11-18 Sony, NEC to set up optical disc drive joint venture
Sony Corp. and NEC Corp. have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on a joint venture (JV) for the manufacture of optical disc drives.
2007-02-19 Sony to follow fab-lite model on semi biz
Sony Corp. is steering its semiconductor business from vertically integrated operation to "fab-lite" operation that would involve outsourcing production of the Cell processor.
2012-10-23 Sony to cut 2000 jobs in Japanese HQ
The move is a part of the planned 10,000 staff cuts in its global workforce announced by Sony in April.
2008-12-15 Sony to cease operations in Westmoreland site
Sony Electronics has advised its employees at its Pittsburgh Technology Center on Dec. 9 that the company will be discontinuing all of its operations at the Westmoreland County facility over the next 16 months, beginning with TV manufacturing by the end of February 2009.
2008-10-27 Sony Shock Déjà vu?
Sony Shock déjà vu? Sony's profit warning less than 24 hours earlier triggered a dramatic sell-off in Japanese stocks on Oct. 24.
2011-03-15 Sony realigns core businesses, hints at next CEO
Sony has bared plans to realign its core electronics and networked service operations into two business groups. The company has also identified a potential successor to current CEO Howard Stringer.
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