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2010-09-29 Global Sources report forecasts demand for security devices
Report indicates industry rebounding from recession, suppliers investing in R&D
2002-04-11 Xilinx unveils latest PLDs at IIC-China
Xilinx has unveiled its latest PLDs at the 7th annual International IC ? China Conference and Exhibition.
2004-04-16 Xignal tips 'virtual IC' business model
The virtual IC approach will give OEMs and suppliers full design support by shifting expenses from front-end fees to back-loaded royalties.
2012-10-31 Win8 not expected to spark DRAM shipments
With Microsoft taking a leaner approach with its operating systems, maintaining the same DRAM requirements as before, Windows 8 is not expected to create a surge in Q4 DRAM shipments.
2010-09-17 WiMAX base stations gaining traction
ABI Research forecasts growth in WiMAX base stations after economic downturn
2009-03-30 What should semi equipment suppliers do to survive?
The Information Network has proposed a two-prong strategy for semiconductor equipment and materials suppliers to grow and survive: to consolidate and to increase prices.
2011-11-24 Weak demand drags LCD price at record speed
A report revealed that LCD panel prices plummeted for the year, contracting by about five percent.
2009-06-30 USB set to SuperSpeed after slow 2009
In-Stat predicts cutting-edge USB technology SuperSpeed will enable 10x faster performance.
2009-03-12 USB 3.0 wins Gennum support
The USB's drive into Gbit territory got another backer when Gennum Corp. announced an integrated PHY and controller for USB 3.0 available for licensing as a silicon block.
2009-09-30 Update: 10 companies in trouble
This is an updated version of 10 companies in trouble. Some companies have been removed since the last version, others remain. Still others have been added to the mix.
2011-06-29 U.S. Congress' patent reforms draw mixed reactions
While large electronics firms hailed the patent reforms, particularly the minimization of unjustifiable patents, individual investors called them a bill about influence, ignorance and indifference.
2009-02-03 Tzero to sample UWB chip consuming
Startup Tzero Technologies hopes 2009 will be the year UWB establishes a foothold. The company plans to sample by June a single UWB chip that consumes less than 1W and is aimed at mobile devices.
2009-10-07 TSMC pumps capital, R&D investments
Foundry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd is expected announce by the end of the month that it will, again, increase its capital expenditure and R&D funding in the coming year.
2009-04-23 TSMC invests in R&D despite downturn
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd remains cautiously optimistic about the IC industry and vowed that it will continue to invest in R&D despite the downturn.
2009-08-19 Trade group remains dubious of Taiwan DRAM plans
Despite the launch of Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) and its subsequent investment in Japan's Elpida Memory, broader issues of consolidation and high levels of debt among Taiwan's DRAM players remain unresolved.
2009-05-22 Toshiba to stop handset production in Japan
Toshiba Corp. has announced it will stop the mobile phone mobile phone production in Hino Operations facility and will instead outsource manufacturing to overseas EMS manufacturers from October 2009.
2008-12-18 Toshiba to cut NAND production by 30%
Toshiba Corp. will cut its NAND flash memory production at its Yokkaichi Operations plant in Mie Prefecture, Japan by approximately 30 percent, effective January 2009.
2010-03-25 Toshiba sets up NAND flash fab in Japan
Toshiba Corp. it set to start construction of new a fabrication facility on a site next to Yokkaichi Operations, its memory production facility in Mie Prefecture, in July.
2002-11-28 Toshiba opens second design center for 2002
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has opened its seventh U.S.-based design center located in San Diego, California, which also is the second design center to be launched by the company this year.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2010-05-07 Tight supply hikes up silicon wafer prices
Silicon wafers prices are increasing amid tight supply in the industry. MEMC it raised its silicon wafer prices by the "low single digits," and SEH, Sumco, Wacker are believed to be raising their prices.
2003-11-17 The great killer app enigma
Penn berates the industry's shortcomings in providing quality products and services to consumers.
2003-01-07 The "new transistor"
The challenges the global electronics industry is presently experiencing have no equal in the past 50 years.
2010-04-28 TFT LCD equipment spending to hit $13.2B this year
Amid sustained high factory utilization, LCD producers in Korea, Taiwan and China are expanding capacity or building new fabs on continuously improving demand expectations.
2010-08-09 Suntech bags supply deal for Thailand power plant
Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd will supply 34.5MW of solar panels for a 38MW AC output capacity solar plant located just outside Bangkok, Thailand.
2009-04-29 Startup Cswitch battles IC downturn
After making a big splash in 2006, configurable chip startup Cswitch Corp. is going through rough waters amid the IC downturn.
2010-03-04 Startup brings new OS in embedded arena
Job and Esther Technologies founder and CEO, Markku Kero says their Igelle OS can be adapted to different devices with different features, and be able to provide the functionality in an optimal manner.
2009-01-12 Sony CEO stays positive despite economic crisis
Sony Corp. CEO Howard Stringer cheerfully depicted the current worldwide economic crisis as a temporary "challenge" that will eventually succumb toamong other forcesthe "innovative" power of the CE industry.
2010-01-19 Solar sector presents new EMS opportunities
Arthur Tan, president of IMI, talks about the opportunity provided by the solar sector to EMS companies like his own.
2008-12-11 Small is beautiful for green-tech newbies
Les Fritzemeier heads up a tiny solar-energy start-up that most people have never heard of, Wakonda Technologies. But rather than worry about being steamrolled by the sliding economy, he feels like he's in a great spot.
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