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2007-01-03 IPTV to drive networking gear in '07
iSuppli Corp. forecasts that global IPTV subscribers will soar to 14.5 million this year, up a stunning 192.4 percent from 4.9 million in 2006.
2006-04-17 Internet security video ICs to soar
Rapidly expanding markets for IP cameras and video servers are expected to boost sales of security-related DSPs and MPEG encoders in the years ahead.
2006-05-23 HP gains PC market share
Hewlett-Packard gained more than 1 percentage point of share in the PC market in Q1 of 2006 compared to the same period one year ago, according to iSuppli.
2007-02-16 Home network remains unconquered
Last month's Consumer Electronics Show was brimming with home networking concepts and technologies but in many respects, the digital home is still untamed territory.
2007-03-12 HDD shipments hit 15.5% growth amid challenges
Global shipments of hard-disk drives (HDDs) rose 15.5 percent last year, as suppliers managed to overcome price wars, component shortages and competitive upheavals, reported iSuppli Corp.
2003-08-19 Hard disk market returns to revenue growth in '03
The hard disk drive industry is returning to revenue growth this year.
2006-10-09 Handset display shipments to grow 17% in 2006
Mobile handset display shipments will reach 1.2 billion units in 2006, up 17 percent from 1.05 billion units in 2005, according to iSuppli.
2007-01-04 Good news, bad news for IC growth in '07
The semiconductor industry this year is expected to hit the peak of its current growth cycle, but chipmakers won't hit the same revenue growth rates as in previous peak years.
2006-08-30 FPGA addresses low-power requirements of mobile market
Actel rolled out a new family of FPGAs that is touted to be the industry's lowest-power FPGAs in the market.
2004-09-22 Flash memory market to continue growth, researcher finds
The mobile phone market for flash memory is becoming more competitive with the intense fight among NOR-type flash makers now expanding to include NAND-type flash producers, market researchers iSuppli Corp. said Thursday (Sept. 16).
2006-03-30 Firm cuts NAND forecast, ups DRAM outlook
In a major turn of events, iSuppli has cut its forecast for the NAND-based flash memory market in 2006, but raised its outlook for DRAMs.
2007-02-05 Elpida, Hynix inch up in DRAM rankings
Elpida Memory and Hynix Semiconductor were the stars of the DRAM industry in 2006, according to a preliminary ranking from iSuppli Corp.
2003-03-25 Electronic components to achieve double-digit growth in '03
According to iSuppli Corp., the modest recovery experienced by the electronic components sector last year has set the stage for stronger growth this year.
2006-10-27 Dull holidays for electronics, says iSuplli
Consumer electronics cannot rely on a single killer application to drive holiday spending this year, according iSuppli Corp.
2006-12-05 Dropping 300mm, wise move for Hua Hong
The decision by an affiliate of China's Hua Hong NEC to back away from an earlier commitment to build a 300mm wafer plant makes sense for the company, an iSuppli Corp analyst said.
2006-10-02 DRM challenges inhibit digital media opportunities
The lack of DRM interoperability is becoming a major issue as digital media markets grow. DRM and CA are important technologies in today's digital content markets, representing a barrier to digital content markets, a competitive weapon and a direct market opportunity.
2005-11-18 DRAM vendors consolidate rankings in Q3
The top eight ranked vendors of DRAM retained the same positions in the third quarter, according to market research company iSuppli Corp., although market leader Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd displayed relatively low sequential growth of 5.8 percent.
2005-12-15 DRAM market to fall in 2006
iSuppli predicts that the DRAM market will suffer in the fourth quarter of 2005, with a slight downturn projected in 2006.
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.
2002-02-01 Chip glut will swing to deficit in Q2, firm says
The chip inventory glut that mired the semiconductor industry in a recession during 2001 looks set to abate during the second quarter, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2006-02-02 Chip ASPs to fall in Q1
Market research firm iSuppli Corp. expects overall component pricing to decline by 3.3 percent in the first quarter of 2006.
2004-05-25 China's IC design houses struggling for survival
China boasts more than 400 IC designs houses, but only a few have established themselves in the marketplace and many will struggle to survive, according to market researcher iSuppli Corp.
2004-05-25 China promoting its own interoperability spec
China is moving ahead with an effort to promote a homegrown standard for interoperability among electronics devices in the home, apparently undeterred by its latest clash with the U.S. concerning a proprietary wireless networking standard known as WAPI.
2006-11-03 China LCD-TV market to reach $12B in '10
China's LCD-TV market is poised to grow at a 49 percent compound annual growth rate during the 2005 to 2010 period, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2004-12-14 China IC-packaging sector suffers from worker shortage
Research firm iSuppli Corp. has reported that China's IC packaging industry is under pressure from the scarcity of skilled workers.
2006-04-25 China forms new TFT-LCD consortium
Four China TV makers announced that they would partner with Shenzhen Shenchao Investment to establish a TFT-LCD consortium called Shenzhen Julong Optical-Electronic.
2005-06-16 ASICs, ASSPs near extinction
With increasing FPGA design starts, could the evolution of platform FPGAs mean the end for ASICs and ASSPs?
2002-04-17 ASIC market to rebound next year
The ASIC market is anticipated to kick into high gear next year as 2002 promises a return to growth, according to iSuppli Corp.
2004-09-03 ASIC design starts to halt decline
The protracted decline in design starts in ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuits) will reverse itself over the next year as the demand for structured ASICs grows, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
2003-04-14 Analyst: ASIC business will not bounce back
Even as the semiconductor market recovers, the long term revenue prospects for custom ASICs will stay flat while some vendors could be forced to bow out of the market, said Jordan Selburn, principal analyst at iSuppli.
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