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2010-02-04 Hot buttons for 2010: Convergence, green tech
Meenus Sarin takes a look at an industry fresh out of a recession. What will 2010 hold for electronics design engineers and managers, particularly those in the ASEAN and India? Read on to find out
2009-03-27 High hopes dim for Russia contract manufacturing
Seen as a promising emerging market with massive growth potential, Russia is now facing a cessation of new investment, along with shutdowns in existing facilities, delays in new ones and questions about the widespread use of counterfeit products, according to iSuppli Corp
2009-03-04 Handset-based navigation gains momentum
While sales of high-end personal navigation devices (PNDs) and expensive in-dash navigation solutions are being hit hard by the economic recession, handset-based navigation is enjoying renewed momentum, with PND vendors hoping to take a piece of this fast-growing navigation segment
2004-07-09 Gradual decline in IC growth expected
Contrary to some predictions, the long-term growth rate for the semiconductor industry has not declined steadily to single-digit annual percentage increases; according to market research company Advanced Forecasting
2009-02-06 Gartner: Top OEMs spent $92B for chips
The top 10 OEM firms accounted for $91.6 billion of the semiconductor market in 2008, representing one-third of all semiconductor consumption
2002-01-02 Gartner Dataquest says global telecom revenue to reach $1.4T in 2001
The global telecommunications market revenue is expected to reach $1.4 trillion in 2001, an 8 percent increase from 2000 revenue, according to Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner Inc
2009-02-23 Embedded modem growth trips over downturn
Despite the positive picture for embedded modems, the global recession will inevitably have an impact on the market, notes ABI Research.
2004-12-28 EDA revenues decline in third quarter
A falloff in North American revenues resulted in a 3 percent decline in EDA license and maintenance revenue in the third quarter of 2004, according to a report issued Wednesday (Dec. 22) by the EDA Consortium's Market Statistics Survey (MSS
2002-10-04 Downturn could revamp high-tech arena
Shaped in the shadow of high tech's longest recession, a new electronics industry is emerging, an analyst said, one that will see major players stumble and others rise to replace them
2011-05-24 Digital X-ray IC sales seen to reach $800M in 2011
Databeans is seeing a gradual reversal in the recession-fed bearish market trend for medical imaging technologies, forecasting that IC sales in the digital X-ray industry will reach $800M in 2011.
2009-02-25 Difficulties to haunt China's IC industry
As the worldwide semiconductor market plunged into recession with the deepening global financial crisis, China's economic growth and exports gradually slowed down as well, according to CCID Consulting. The firm predicts 2009 to be a year of unprecedented difficulties for China's IC industry.
2013-09-11 Demand sensing, planning apps to grow 8.7% by 2015
According to the IDC MarketScape report, expected market growth for demand planning applications outstrips overall manufacturing supply chain management spending growth by over one percentage point
2002-03-19 Continuing education falls victim to cost cuts
The tech recession has taken its toll on enrollment numbers for continuing-education programs in engineering and information technology, program directors say
2003-01-22 CompactPCI seeks life beyond telecom
As telecom companies wrestle with the repercussions of a disastrous economic slump, engineers at the Bus & Board/2003 Conference will look for ways to undo the downturn's crippling damage to the computer board market
2009-03-11 Comms services hype wanes
As if the economic recession wasn't enough, a broad slowdown in communications services is expected to put pressure on digital consumer hardware
2003-07-01 Chip industry showing its age
Market stability has always been an elusive goal for U.S. chip vendors, but that hasn't stopped the experts from predicting the end of the boom/bust cycles every so often
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
2010-06-29 Automotive MEMS poised for 2010 rebound
The automotive MEMS sensor market is expected to rebound from a poor 2009 to grow 17.8 percent in 2010, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp
2012-10-25 ARM's revenues surge on with increasing Core demand
The London-based company's results were a rare ray of sunshine in an otherwise gloomy market day, punctuated overall by lower corporate earnings and a weakening global economic outlook
2009-01-23 Apple defies economic crunch
Despite the economic recession, Apple Inc. has posted a 6 percent sales increase in its latest quarter and record sale for its iPods
2010-05-13 Analysts, rivals weigh in on new Renesas' roadmap
Renesas' MCU roadmap includes plans to blanket the market with a plethora of products based on its new architecture but the question is whether competitors are worried amid an upturn in the market
2006-03-20 Analyst: No semi industry downturn for now
A cautious attitude toward fab expansion by chip makers is likely to prevent overexpansion and a near-term recession, according to an analyst from Advanced Forecasting
2009-07-23 Analyst: LCD TV outsourcing falls short
LCD TVs sales may continue to grow during the current downturn, but the recession is resulting in somewhat weakened demand, causing contract manufacturing of such sets to fall short of expectations
2003-12-29 Analyst report predicts modest EDA recovery
Although the latest market statistics show a slight year-to-year decline in EDA revenues, a recovery may indeed be underway, according to a new report issued by Jay Vleeschhouwer, analyst at Merrill Lynch
2010-04-28 Analysis: Freescale readies for IPO
Freescale chairman and CEO Rich Beyer would not put a timeline on plans for an IPO but the IC vendor is several steps closer to returning to the equity market as a publicly-traded company
2012-04-02 All good things end, flat panel TV shipments to dip
This year, shipments of flat panel TVs into the American market are forecast to decline to 37.1 million units, down five percent from 39.1 million units last year
2003-01-21 A cautious optimism for 2003
Despite the protracted global economic recession and the downturn in the semiconductor industry, Novellus is cautiously optimistic for modest growth in 2003
2016-03-10 1 trillion units of semicon shipments forecast for 2018
Unit shipments took a dip in 2008 and 2009 during the global financial recession, only to surge by 25 per cent in 2010, the second-highest growth rate since 1978
2010-01-12 Industry focuses on core competencies, cutting costs
The recent economic recession has focused companies on core competencies and collaborative efforts. EDA companies must focus on solutions rather than tools to help cut costs, says Cadence president Lip-Bu Tan
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