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2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2012-05-17 Apple iOS regains leadership in tablet space
"The key to Apple's media-tablet success has been its offering of a complete hardware-plus-content ecosystem," said Rhoda Alexander, director for monitors and tablets research at IHS.
2016-04-06 Marvell's CEO, president step down
The CEO and president of integrated silicon solutions Marvell announced their resignations, and board members immediately form an interim office of the chief executive to lead the company until replacements are appointed.
2012-11-09 Amkor's CEO resigns after 15 years of service
Ken Joyce, who was appointed CEO and named to Amkor's board of directors in October 2009, will exit the company at the end of 2013.
2014-10-17 Samsung to build $14.7B IC fab
In order to maintain leadership in memory IC sales and support new markets, Samsung is building a new wafer fab in South Korea, estimated at $14.7 billion
2009-07-01 Memory vendors kick off NAND scaling race
The Intel-Micron duo, Samsung and Toshiba are racing each other for bragging rights in terms of NAND scaling leadership
2005-09-15 LSI Logic to sell Gresham plant as it goes fables
Semiconductor supplier LSI Logic Corp. said it would sell its 8-inch wafer manufacturing plant in Gresham, Ore., as it continues to transition to a fabless manufacturing strategy
2012-03-22 Japan's chip industry a year after the quake
As the leading chip manufacturing companies transition to sub-28nm manufacturing, Japan is facing the fact that it currently has no company capable of volume manufacturing using this advanced technology node
2015-05-04 Is the industry afraid of change?
Cannibalise your product or someone else does" is a watchword that drives a successful transition. It sounds good but why do technology companies fail at it? What can leaders do to step it up a bit
2005-06-03 Inotera, Infineon ramp 90nm DRAM production
Inotera Memories Inc., the joint venture between Infineon Technologies AG and Nanya Technology Corp., is beginning a transition to 90nm DRAM manufacturing, and Infineon has already moved 5 percent of its production over to 90nm, Infineon said
2008-11-17 How to grow an electronics giant
How Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd made the transition from a CE dwarf to a global brand is a well-told story. Less well-known, however, is the story of how Samsung, based in Seoul, South Korea, achieved its current supremacy by battling Japan companies on their own turfCE and memory chips
2006-12-18 Hitachi outlines 2.5-inch HDD plan
In a bid to maintain its leadership in the 2.5-inch HDD segment, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies will unveil next year its 200Gbyte and quarter-terabyte products
2009-05-15 Ericsson's IP investment in the Valley continues
LM Ericsson is recruiting and expanding its R&D and engineering place in Silicon Valley, bucking a trend that has seen many high-tech companies transition research work to Eastern Europe and Asia in a bid to reduce total operating costs
2011-01-13 AMD chief Meyer quits post
Dirk Meyer, president and CEO of AMD, has resigned from the company. The abruptness of his departure and the absence of a transition period have fueled speculation that Meyer and the AMD board had disagreed on fairly substantial issues
2011-05-10 In-Stat: Intel takes industry lead with 3D transistors
In-Stat believes Intel has demonstrated its industry leadership as it introduces its next-generation 22nm process technology and 3D transistors
2006-01-03 UMC chairman to resign amid snafus
Robert Tsao announces his plans to resign as chairman and board member of Taiwan foundry specialist United Microelectronics Corp.
2011-06-15 Mamoru Tomozane Gennum Japan president
Industry veteran Mamoru Tomozane is the new president of Gennum Japan. With over 20 years of semiconductor experience, he is continuing Gennum's strong growth and customer expansion in Japan.
2014-10-09 Lisa Su ascends to AMD's CEO post
Silicon Valley veteran Lisa Su is the only female CEO among the top 20 chip companies, and one of the few in an industry where men outnumber women.
2004-07-26 Head of Motorola's cell phone unit to leave
Motorola Inc. announced Tuesday (July 20, 2004) that Tom Lynch, president of the company's Personal Communications Sector, would leave the company for personal reasons at the end of the summer.
2007-12-04 Zander exits, Brown takes over as Motorola CEO
Motorola president and chief operating officer Gregory Brown is taking over as the company's CEO effective January 2008, as Edward Zander steps down after four tumultuous years in the post.
2013-09-26 Xilinx, ADI achieve JEDEC JESD204B interoperability
The companies announced that they have achieved JESD204B interoperability between Xilinx JESD204 LogiCORE IP in the Kintex-7 FPGA and the ADI AD9250 analogue-to-digital high-speed data converter.
2015-03-27 Who are the top MEMS manufacturers in 2014?
In a report released by IHS Technology, Bosch leads the MEMS industry with revenue of $1167 million in 2014, followed by Texas Instruments with $805 million and STMicroelectronics with $777 million.
2006-12-18 Visionary sees rich opportunities in multicore
Intel Corp.'s chief technology officer, Justin Rattner talked about Intel's embrace of the multicore solution and its impact on the current computing platform.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2010-11-22 Verigy acquires LTX-Credence
Verigy Inc. is expanding into the logic, mixed-signal and analog ATE markets with the acquisition of LTX-Credence Corp.
2007-02-06 Tundra transfers RapidIO interoperability testing facility to FET
Fabric Embedded Tools Corp. has acquired the business and operations of Tundra Semiconductor Corp.'s RIOLAB, the world's 'first' RapidIO interoperability testing facility.
2011-08-08 Tower moves SBL13 process to Israel
Specialty foundry Tower has decided to move its SBL13 process to Israel, giving way to development of their SiGe technology and sourcing capability for customers.
2007-09-06 Toshiba, SanDisk open 300mm Yokkaichi fab
Toshiba and SanDisk have inaugurated the 300mm Fab 4 at Toshiba's Yokkaichi Operations in Mie Prefecture, Japan.
2005-09-20 Talwalkar quickly puts stamp on LSI Logic
Abhi Talwalkar appears to be wasting no time letting the industry know who's in charge now at semiconductor supplier LSI Logic.
2011-01-28 ST-Ericsson posts bigger losses
ST-Ericsson saw its net loss rise to $177 million in 4Q 2010. It also expects weaker sales in 1Q 2011 due to the decline of legacy products and the effect of first quarter seasonality.
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