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2013-04-12 Slow but steady climb for power transistors
Power transistors on sales growth curve following an eight per cent drop in 2012 primarily due to weak economic growth.
2002-01-04 SIA reports growth in semiconductor sales for November 2001
The latest Global Sales Report (GSR) from the Semiconductor Industry Association reveals that semiconductor sales worldwide in November 2001 increased to $10.60 billion.
2012-11-14 Should China's U.S. investments raise any red flags?
China's investments in U.S. companies was once "hardly noticeable" but are now through the roof, according to an economic review board.
2002-12-23 Shaping up China as the heart of Asian silicon valleys
The continued rise of mainland China as the manufacturing hub of Asia paved way to the transformation of old dilapidated cities into modern industrial capitals.
2010-04-30 Sanghi remains guarded despite IC rebound
Microchip Technology CEO Steve Sanghi lists reasons to be bullish as well as factors why the industry should remain guarded and on the side of "caution."
2009-10-23 Samsung urges Korea to expand beyond memory
Chipmakers are finally seeing an upturn but going forward, South Korea's four major chipmakers!and the nation's semiconductor industry!face its share of challenges.
2008-10-08 Samsung shelling out more amid crises
Woosik Chu, executive VP, investor relations, Samsung Electronics, likes saying that the Korean electronic giant is "a cut above the competition."
2012-04-03 Sales of opto, sensor, discrete devices top ICs
Optoelectronics, sensors/actuators and discrete components sales increased 8.4 percent last year, surpassing the 0.4 percent growth in IC sales.
2009-07-13 RS CEO takes a bullish view of Asia
In an interview with EE Times-Asia, Ian Mason, group chief executive of RS Components, shares his excitement over the Asia Pacific region's promising growth despite the downturn.
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solution!which most assumed would be EUV!Moore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2014-12-15 Probing the macroeconomics side of Moore's Law
The author believes that the entire economic structure that was supposed to lead to next-generation manufacturing technologies like 450mm wafers and EUV lithography is on the verge of coming apart.
2005-03-18 Platform built for combo of copper, fiber
Entrisphere has just officially rolled its Broadband Loop Multiplexer (BLM) 1500, which has been shipping to select carriers for several months.
2010-07-27 Photomask merchants: behind but fighting
Photomask merchant players DNP, Photronics and Toppan may be trailing the giants technology wise, but they are still in the game.
2015-01-05 Personalising value chain to inspire innovation
To have a real impact, innovation must go far beyond lip service because it requires commitment, patience, time and resource investment, and a willingness to experiment.
2009-06-26 PC shipments slip 8.1% in Q1
First quarter PC shipments plunged down faster than ever in the last seven years according to iSuppli Corp.
2015-01-16 Patent applications to focus on quality, not quantity
Amid the rising volume of patent applications the US PTO continually receives by the buckets, a shift toward few good patents and not in terms of volume is predicted, according an anonymous IP expert.
2006-04-17 Partners to rev PowerPC
AMCC and Intrinsity have joined forces to design a PowerPC core that could operate in the 3GHz range.
2010-01-13 Panelists debate IC manufacturing fate
At SEMI's Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS), panelists agreed to disagree on the fate of IC manufacturing!about the future of 450mm fabs, Moore's Law and the R&D funding gap.
2010-04-14 Optoelectronics, sensors, discretes rebound in 2010
Optoelectronics, sensors/actuators and discrete semiconductor sales are all expected to hit record highs in 2010 following a down year in 2009.
2002-06-27 Optical switch supplier Tellium cuts 200 workers
Optical switch supplier Tellium Inc. has announced cutbacks, including plans to lay off 200 of its 534 employees by the end of June.
2009-03-02 Opinion: Android won't be stuck in handsets
Don't' look now but signs point to Google's Android winding up in netbooks, digital picture frames and a host of embedded devices as a friendly, app-rich face for Linux.
2010-06-08 ON Semi dips $11M in Idaho fab expansion
ON Semiconductor plans to add $11 million in production equipment to its eight-inch Pocatello, Idaho, wafer manufacturing facility.
2008-04-09 Numonyx's NAND flash move anchors on Hynix
A joint venture between non-volatile memory company Numonyx BV and Korean memory giant Hynix Semiconductor Inc. holds the key to how quickly Numonyx can expand its production of NAND flash memory, according to Numonyx CTO.
2009-06-29 NFC ready to fly
Since NFC's inception in 2002, several projects related to the wireless technology have made the headlines. But as with every new technology, there lies a challenge: to get it to move further forward worldwide. Where is NFC now in terms of its worldwide grip?
2009-05-26 Netbooks to propel mobile broadband uptake
A new study by Pyramid Research reported that the increased sales of netbooks over the next three to five years will result in higher demand for mobile broadband services, driven by the emerging trend of bundling the low-end computers with mobile data services from specific network operators.
2009-03-06 NEC LCD restructures, to close Kagoshima plant
NEC LCD Technologies Ltd will perform structural reforms that the company says will strengthen efficiency and global operations through consolidation of manufacturing locations.
2002-06-27 NEC chairman says chip industry recovery likely in 2004
The semiconductor industry recovery won't arrive until 2003 at earliest, and more likely not until 2004, according to NEC Corp. chairman Hajime Sasaki.
2015-02-26 Monopoly capitalism could slay high-tech electronics
As an example of monopoly killing technology and evidence of how monopoly in oil industry thwarts fracking technology, the same scenario is also entirely possible for semiconductors and electronics.
2012-04-16 Mobile devices to push pure-play IC foundry growth
IHS revealed that increasing electronics content in tablet and smartphone devices such as the iPad, iPhone and Ultrabook PCs will drive accelerated growth for the global semiconductor foundry business this year.
2012-12-21 Mentor Graphics expects moderate growth ahead
Mentor Graphics' Wally Rhines believes the IC industry will bounce back in 2013 albeit at a 'modest' pace.
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