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2008-06-17 TI, Qualcomm set to dominate MID sector
The market for integrated circuits for inclusion in mobile Internet devices is set to grow from $29 million in 2008 to $2.6 billion in 2012, with Texas Instruments and Qualcomm as leading suppliers of silicon, according to Forward Concepts.
2011-01-25 Samsung ranked 10th in foundry sector
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd placed only 10th in the latest IC Insights foundry business rankings, posting sales of just $400 million. It is however expected to improve its rankings in the coming years.
2005-05-27 NAND flash was 2004's hottest chip sector, says Semico
NAND flash memory was the fastest-growing of any semiconductor market in 2004 according to Semico Research Corp
2002-02-14 Intel launches first Xscale to fire up PDA sector
Intel Corp. rolled out the first chips based on its vaunted Xscale architecture. Weighing in at 400MHz and 200MHz, the devices are expected to spice up a PDA market that analysts say is suffering from lack of differentiation, poor wireless connectivity, low horsepower and a dearth of true productivity applications.
2005-10-05 Toshiba files ITC suit against Hynix
Japan's Toshiba Corp. has apparently filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc. over alleged patent infringement in the flash-memory sector, according to the Associated Press.
2008-07-17 Samsung 'downturn' rumors surface
Rumors that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd this week pushed out its fab-tool orders sent shockwaves at the Semicon West Trade Show, putting vendors in a somber and gloomy mood.
2008-06-23 Reports point to bleak IC, fab-tool markets
The mid-year data from market research firms indicate gloomy IC and fab-tool industries for 2008.
2006-08-01 OTP firmware enhances processor flexibility
Flash memory is costly for many consumer applications. Accessing firmware stored on external flash is power-intensive compared with storing the firmware on-chip. A better solution is to embed one-time programmable non-volatile memory on the processing chip
2003-02-13 IC makers look to alliances as China eyes recovery
Experts at the ISS Europe conference remain divided on whether the slumping global semiconductor industry has at last bottomed out.
2008-01-16 Gartner gives grim chip outlook
Gartner Inc. forecasts that the semiconductor market will grow less than 5 percent over the 2006 to 2011 period, but what's more troubling is the news that the traditional difficulties of the memory-chip sector are likely to flare up into a major crisis during the period.
2006-12-19 DRAM success winding down, Gartner says
The DRAM segment is at the tail end of its most successful period in years, but the party will start to wind down in 2007, according to market research firm Gartner Inc.
2007-11-09 DRAM makers ready for DDR3 demand surge
Major players in the memory sector are gearing up to supply the electronics industry when demand for DDR3 SDRAM kicks in next year.
2008-10-06 Analysis: Micron cuts costs amid ongoing crises
Micron has announced some cost-control strategies that the company will adopt after reporting a $1.6 billion loss for its fiscal year that ended Aug. 28. It said it is facing ongoing challenges in the memory market brought by oversupply and price decline
2010-07-06 Analysis: Can Micron hold on to its good fortune?
In just one year, Micron Technology Inc. doubled its quarterly revenue, turned a $300 million net loss into a $940 million net income and appears poised for more giddy growth over the next year.
2007-03-01 Winbond unrolls parallel, serial flash devices
Winbond has announced three new parallel flash memory devices in its W19B product family and two new serial flash memory devices in its SpiFlash W25X family
2009-05-19 Trade group skeptical on Taiwan DRAM venture
The Taiwanese government plan to consolidate the island's DRAM industry around the state-backed Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) remains unclear and could do more harm than good, according to a report released May 14 by a U.S.-Taiwan lobbying group
2008-08-19 The worst, best of times for NAND
The NAND flash memory market is still seeing a horrific downturn, as the industry is saddled with too much capacity. But over time, there is a need for 10 more megafabs in the market to keep up with emerging demand for NAND, according to the top executive of SanDisk Corp
2003-11-28 Taiwan IC industry posts 35.7 percent growth
The Taiwan's IC industry has posted a production value of NT$233.30B in the third quarter of this year.
2006-08-25 Taiwan eyes NAND flash market
Taiwan appears to be moving towards a safer flash foundry strategy, in which DRAM makers would make parts for other companies.
2012-08-15 Startup Skyera unveils 44TB flash array
The SkyHawk system will pack 44TB of flash memory in less than a 1U rack for $3/GB or a dollar per gigabyte when using data compression
2008-09-04 Spansion to incorporate NAND flash to handsets
Spansion will begin sampling later this year its Ornand2 MirrorBit technology-based NAND devices to handset manufacturers.
2007-01-18 Sony Ericsson in talks to buy Intel flash fab, report says
Sony Ericsson is said to be in talks to buying Intel's flash memory wafer fab at Kiryat Gat, according to a report
2006-11-20 SIA lowers chip forecast for 2009
The new forecast projects that sales will reach $248.8 billion in 2006, an increase of 9.4 percent, followed by increases of 10 percent to $273.8 billion in 2007, 10.8 percent to $303.4 billion in 2008, and 5.8 percent to $321 billion in 2009, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
2009-11-04 Serial flash breaks 128Mbit barrier
Using a 32bit addressing scheme, the 256Mbit serial flash comes in a low pin count small form factor.
2005-02-03 Semiconductor market ends on slow note in 2004
The semiconductor market ended on a slow note in 2004, as sales, unit volumes and average selling prices (ASPs) were down for the month of December.
2008-02-07 SATA-compatible NAND flash controller supports 150MBps
A serial ATA compatible NAND flash memory controller LSI circuit has been released by TDK Corp. The GBDriver RS1 Series is compatible with 1.5Gbit/s serial ATA I and supports data transmission speeds up to 150MBps
2008-05-12 Samsung's strategy deals heavy blow to competitors
Samsung is piling on the pressure in Q2 with a flood of investmentsapproximately $7 billionand by migrating to advanced geometries to further reduce costs and proposing a 100-percent jump in DRAM bit shipment and 130 percent for NAND memory components
2006-10-17 Samsung posts $15.8B revenue for Q3
Samsung Electronics posted net income of $2.28 billion on revenue of $15.88 billion for Q3, ended Sept. 30, 2006.
2008-08-21 Samsung leads NAND market ranking in Q2
The NAND flash memory market remained constant in Q2, but Samsung's ranking stood as the only profitable supplier during the period, according to iSuppli Corp
2011-02-01 Samsung 4Q 2010 revenue up 7%
Samsung Electronics achieved revenues of 41.87 trillion won in 4Q 2010 for a 7 percent y-o-y growth. The company attributed the increase to strong sales of its memory chips and cutting-edge smartphones
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