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2010-05-24 ScopeCorder achieves up to 100MSps acquisition
Yokogawa has released the third generation of its modular ScopeCorder range that combines high-speed oscilloscope and data acquisition recorder facilities in a portable instrument.
2011-08-10 SATA II flash drives compatible with industrial SSDs
TDK Corp. will start production of the SDG3B series of serial ATA II compatible industrial solid state drives (SSDs) with a maximum capacity of 128GB.
2010-05-18 Samsung to add LCD lines in Tangjeong Crystal Valley
Beyond its current four fab lines for LCD cells in Tangjeong Crystal Valley, Samsung Electronics makes no secret of its ambitious plan for several more.
2015-05-11 Samsung starts construction of world's most expensive fab
The new plant will be finished in 2017, according to Samsung, and is reported to be almost as big as Samsung's next two biggest fabs put together at Giheung and Hwaseong South Korea.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2005-11-04 Samsung outlines lofty IC, consumer goals
In what could be an effort to improve its tarnished image at home, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd outlined its future and ambitious goals to invest in South Korea and elsewhere. As part of those efforts, the company hopes to generate $61 billion in semiconductor sales and own 24 domestic fabs by 2012.
2006-05-10 Samsung investment boosts system LSI segment
Samsung Electronics is investing $314 million to increase its capacity for making system LSIs in a move to boost its non-memories manufacturing production.
2006-03-23 Samsung bullish on NAND market growth
Despite concerns about oversupply in the global NAND flash market, Samsung Electronics is forecasting that the market will reach up to $18.5 billion in 2006.
2011-09-22 Rough year for the chip industry
The sluggish IC market sales this year will be mainly due to the uncertain future of the global economy and mobile system transitions.
2007-11-16 RFID hits roadblocks in war vs. fake drugs
The electronics industry has been counting on RFID's adoption as the antidote to drug counterfeiting. But legal wrangling and federal foot-dragging are raising concerns that the technology's adoption for tracking drugs through the supply chain may no longer be a given.
2003-10-16 RF "sleep modes" can improve battery life in cellphones
It is through techniques collectively known as "power management" that we have attained such talk and standby times in today's products.
2008-12-17 Report: 2008 semiconductor revenue takes a plunge
For only the fifth time in the last 25 years, the semiconductor industry will post a decline in revenue, with worldwide semiconductor revenue totaling $261.9 billion in 2008, a 4.4 percent decline from 2007, according to preliminary results by Gartner Inc.
2014-05-26 Reboot steers Exar to industrial, networking markets
CEO Louis DiNardo described how Exar purchased firms to get a leg up on: software with Althior, analogue products with Cadeka, video surveillance tech with Stretch, and analogue/mixed signal with iML.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2000-12-01 RapidIO architecture renders overall performance
RapidIO is a point-to-point packet-switched interconnect technology that is targeted primarily at networking, communications and high-performance embedded markets.
2006-06-02 Rambus also hit by stock option scandal
Rambus is the latest chipmaker to get hit by what some observers see as the growing stock option scandal in the semiconductor industry.
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solutionwhich most assumed would be EUVMoore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2010-01-28 Pulse controller saves space, costs in ultrasound apps
The device provides the accurately timed high-voltage pulses that generate the ultrasound burst and switch to receive mode to detect the echoed signals.
2009-03-30 PSC chair warns of DRAM shortage
World Semiconductor Council chairman Frank Huang has warned that the aggressive capacity cuts in DRAMs over the past few months are likely to lead to significant shortage by the end of the year.
2007-09-18 Proposed organization to give voice to IP community
A proposal is circulating to form a new and independent organization which will give the semiconductor IP community a new and much-needed voice in the arena.
2008-07-03 Processor bout: Q1 goes to Intel
A new report from iSuppli suggests that Intel is clawing back a sliver of the PC processor market share against gains by rival Advanced Micro Devices as both companies are preparing a new volley of 45nm products.
2013-05-23 Printed, flexible electronics market to shoot up 15%
The total market value of printed, flexible and organic electronics will grow from $16.04 billion this year to $76.79 billion by 2023, according to IDTechEx.
2014-03-25 Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices.
2005-06-08 Platform strategy fuels Wind River rebound
Ken Klein, who took over as chief executive officer of Wind River Systems Inc. 18 months ago, kicked off the company's users' conference here last month in slightly contrarian fashion
2008-01-16 PCI-SIG brews PCIe ver 2.0 enhancements
The PCI Special Interest Group is making progress on a basket of feature extensions to its latest 2.0 specification, all of which should be available by June at the latest.
2010-01-13 Panelists debate IC manufacturing fate
At SEMI's Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS), panelists agreed to disagree on the fate of IC manufacturingabout the future of 450mm fabs, Moore's Law and the R&D funding gap.
2013-07-24 Oracle plunges into IoT with Java ME updates
The Java ME Embedded 3.3 now includes Raspberry Pi and the Keil ports as Oracle takes on the Internet of Things.
2009-06-02 Opinion: 10 IC companies in danger
The list of semiconductor companies posting banner numbers these days is short and thin. Every firm is in trouble, to some degree.
2007-02-16 Ominous signs dim IC growth outlook
The industry managed modest growth in 2006 and should again post moderate gains of 5 to 12 percent this year albeit a slowdown in GDP growth among countries worldwide, persistent chip inventory of overhang and lackluster demand in the PC and wireless markets.
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