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2010-01-05 Grand challenges to to niggling nettles in 2010
EE Times editors list nettlesome issues they'd most like to see electronics engineers sort out next year ranging from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry.
2009-02-05 Glowing in EDA negativity
It seems that lately if you want to be considered an authority on the EDA industry you must be negative about it, in fact you must say the most pessimistic thing you can muster.
2015-09-14 Global TV shipments log biggest annual drop in five years
TV shipments worldwide dropped eight per cent, YoY, to 48 million units in 2Q15, after a year of quarterly YoY growth in 2014 stated IHS.
2011-06-09 Global TV Q1 shipments post lowest growth rate
Global TV shipments during the first quarter of this year slowed down to only one percent year-on-year, after enjoying robust quarterly growth rates in 2010.
2013-07-31 Global semicon revenue to reach $320B this year
IDC forecasted that semiconductor revenues will grow 2.9 per cent YoY in 2014 to $329 billion and log a CAGR of 4.2 per cent from 2012-2017, reaching $366 billion in 2017.
2014-02-20 Global chip shipments to surpass $1 trillion
Standard semiconductor unit shipment numbers are forecast at one trillion, following the 2016 achievement.
2007-12-07 Gartner: Tough times ahead as industry shifts to 32nm
Gartner has pulled down its forecast for the semiconductor industry for this year and next, warning times will only get tougher as the industry moves to 32nm process technology.
2009-05-05 FPGA startup survives IC crunch
Flush with cash after raising more than $86 million in venture capital over the past two years, shipping working products and with revenue and dozens of design wins already under its belt, FPGA startup Achronix Semiconductor Corp. has the technology and financial stability to weather the current downturn, according to founder, chairman and CEO John Lofton Holt.
2004-10-14 Foundries face inventory correction, then downturn
Prospects for a long upturn in the silicon foundry business have been cut short by the sudden IC inventory correction phenomenon followed by a possible downturn in 2005.
2008-10-17 Firm boosts strategies amid economic downturn
Renesas has announced it will aggressively boost efforts in its international business and expand its MCU share despite shaky economic conditions that may delay its lofty goals.
2010-01-06 Fearless IC forecasts for 2010
2010 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already uncertainty in the air. EE Times' Mark LaPedus offers his chip forecasts and other prediction for 2010.
2008-05-01 Fabless ASIC camp gets funds
eASIC Corp. has announced that it raised $48 million in late-stage financing, joining a number of other fabless ASIC vendors that have completed sizable funding rounds to boost their competitiveness.
2008-01-21 Fab tool industry up for a challenging year
Fab-tool vendors at the Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) see a mixed picture for the semiconductor equipment industry.
2009-07-13 Eyeing Intel's strides in SoC biz
Intel Corp. isn't giving much detail on its two-year old initiative to become an SoC supplier. But interviews with executives and analysts show the company is making gradual progress laying the foundations to build competitive SoCs.
2012-06-19 Exposing 10GBase-T myths
Know the truths behind the myths surrounding 10GBase-T and the future of copper twisted-pair Ethernet applications.
2009-06-30 Exec: Memory biz needs more consolidation
The memory industry's business model sector is broken, prompting the need for more rational behavior and consolidation in the industry, according to an executive at the Memcon technology event.
2003-08-14 Epson to resume construction at Chitose plant
Seiko Epson Corp. has decided to resume construction at its liquid crystal panel manufacturing plant in Chitose, Hokkaido, Japan.
2003-10-01 Engineers in Taiwan seek more from work than money
There are more things than financial concerns that Taiwan engineers deem important.
2004-07-22 Embattled Summit loses CEO
Guy Moshe has stepped down as president and CEO of struggling system-level tool vendor Summit Design, company representatives confirmed on July 19, 2004.
2009-08-12 Elpida sees red, delays foundry ramp
Japanese DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. may need an economic recoveryand a possible miracleto survive over the long haul.
2009-02-06 Elpida seeks gov't bailout, mergers
Elpida Memory Inc., the remaining Japanese DRAM manufacturer, is exploring a government bailout, but public funds alone probably wouldn't do the trick.
2009-11-02 Dongbu aims to be analog foundry powerhouse
South Korea foundry Dongbu HiTek Co. Ltd is looking for respect in the foundry business and aims at being the "TSMC" in analog and mixed-signal.
2002-11-01 Don't sell yourself short
Just last year, I received a dozen or more e-mails a day from companies and recruiters looking for developers. Now I am flooded with mail from developers who have lost their jobs or fear their company is in danger of failure, observes EE Times' Jack Ganssle.
2008-12-12 Digital video chip promises speedy translation
Startup Zenverge has come out of stealth mode with a processor architecture optimized to quickly translate video from one format to another, aiming at a wide range of client and network media systems.
2009-03-12 Digital frames audition for home's 'third screen'
Digital photo frame is emerging as a connected "third screen" at home, and the product's evolution has chip suppliers, consumer electronics companies and even wireless carriers seeing dollar signs.
2011-01-06 Design for tomorrow's smart connected devices
As devices get internet-connected and interconnected with other smart devices, they are demanding high-performance, low-power CPUs and open source software platforms, says MIPS President Art Swift.
2009-06-05 De Geus: Downturn to change IC design
As if the current downturn weren't tough enough, the semiconductor industry is also headed for increasing challenges from higher design costs and production at smaller geometries, according to Synopsys Inc. chairman and CEO Aart de Geus.
2011-04-26 Databeans: Analog Devices profits from data converter needs
Analog Devices benefits from growing demand for digital devices, according to Databeans.
2009-02-09 Coming soon: 25Gbit/s backplanes
Experts at a DesignCon panel agree that Ethernet will shift up to 40- and 100Gbit/s data rates using 10Gbit/s and eventually 25Gbit/s serial channels in as few as three years.
2014-03-05 Chip sales in January hit $26B, says analyst
SIA revealed that sales of semiconductors rose 8.8 percent from a year earlier, attributing the Internet of Things, especially connected cars and homes devices, as the reason behind the growth.
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