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2004-04-30 Freescale adds StarCore-based VoIP processors
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its solutions for VoIP system designs based on StarCore DSP technology.
2008-10-29 Samsung's quarterly earnings suffer setback
Hit hard by the memory downturn, Samsung Electronics posted a profit of 1.22 trillion won ($856.3 million) in the quarter, down 43 percent from the previous period
2013-08-21 Micron foresees next-gen dense flash chips
New technologies signal a bunch of change in the memory industry and companies with the right scale will have the ability to invest in bigger R&D ventures, Micron President Mark Adams explains
2015-06-03 Why is China bullish on chip industry?
Unlike in the West, China considers the semiconductor sector a big investment. It is the financial play and quick ROI that lures Chinese investment funds into the chip industry
2005-08-29 Wall Street down on ATE industry
The automatic test equipment (ATE) industry is finally showing some signs of life after a major slump, but Wall Street remains disappointed with the loss-ridden sector
2012-09-07 Thin hybrid HDDs to make headway in storage market
The 5mm drives, which contain a built-in layer of NAND flash memory, are intended to serve as storage media for new computers such as Ultrabooks
2007-04-18 South Korea gov't urges rival companies to join forces
South Korea government is encouraging local high-tech companies to cooperate through joint R&D to upgrade the country's core technology sector
2006-12-18 Single IC embeds DVB-H in handsets
Startup Newport Media Inc. rolled out a single chip for mobile TV that H packs a tuner, demodulator and the memory needed to support the DVB-H mobile-TV standard for cell phones in a 7-by-7mm package
2007-01-16 SiCortex tips x86 ASIC for HPC clusters
Startup SiCortex settled on a custom system chip that integrates six MIPS Technologies 64-bit 5Kf cores running at up to 500MHz as well as a proprietary fabric switch architecture, two DDR memory controllers, a PCIe controller and 1.2MBytes of Level 2 cache
2006-07-18 Samsung builds 4Gbit NAND at 65nm
Samsung's 4Gbit NAND flash is the first standalone memory to be manufactured at the 65nm node
2006-06-26 Ramtron unrolls 'first' FRAM-enhanced 8051 MCU
Ramtron has launched the VRS51L3074, touted to be the market's first 8051-based microcontroller with non-volatile FRAM memory
2011-05-27 Nomura: Smartphones, servers fuel IC market growth
Nomura believes that demand for smartphones and servers and stable memory IC prices will fuel IC market growth by 4.4 percent, a raised forecast from its projection of 3.1 percent
2005-06-27 New technology doubles storage capacity in NOR flash devices
Designers of STBs, PDAs, or any other system that requires high-density NOR flash can get twice the memory density in the same die size vs. conventional technologies with Macronix's latest family of devices
2006-04-07 NeST begins work on VLSI design center in Kerala
NeST has started work on a VLSI design center in association with an undisclosed Japanese chipmaker, as part of its plan to set up a manufacturing foundry for memory chips
2006-11-21 NAND flash supply tightens
The supply of NAND flash products has started to tighten as demand continues to increase buoyed by the upcoming holiday season, according to Taiwan-based memory chipmakers
2004-09-28 MRAM becomes standard product at Freescale (Updated)
Freescale Semiconductor Inc., the semiconductor company formed from Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector, has cast its 4Mbit MRAM as a standard product and has been sampling the part to customers, according to the company
2002-04-15 Motorola unveils 16-bit flash MCU duo
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector has introduced two 16-bit flash microcontrollers, bringing to 10 the number of such devices spun from its HCS12 architecture, which is especially popular among automakers
2002-09-11 Motorola MCU integrates USB, RF capabilities
The 68HC908JB16 8-bit Flash MCU from Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector features integrated USB capability to support peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and wireless PC peripherals
2012-01-05 Mobile tech: Good for batteries, good for Asia
The mobile consumer market will add $309 billion to the semiconductor market by 2015, and much of this growth will be spurred by innovations within the power management sector
2011-07-27 Mindspeed buys IPG assets
Mindspeed has announced its acquisition of IPG, enhancing its position in the mobile infrastructure sector
2009-04-14 Micron, Nanya seek Taiwan gov't support
Micron Technology Inc. and Nanya Technology Corp. have rejected a plan to join a state-led memory venture in Taiwan. However, in a new twist, Micron and Nanya are asking for aid from the Taiwan government
2012-02-23 Intel to make Tabula's 22nm devices
For years, Intel only dabbled in ASIC and foundry sector. Since the Achronix deal was announced, some analysts saw that the chip giant was set to increase its presence it the foundry space dominated by TSMC
2006-09-21 IMF warns possible Asian electronics slowdown
Emerging East Asian markets may no longer be able to depend on the electronics sector to sustain their economies, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned in a report
2012-10-08 IDMs shift to third-party foundries
Motorola's semiconductor products sector was said to be the first major IDM to use the term "asset light" when it announced plans to shift half of its wafer production to third-party manufacturers
2010-03-22 IC forecasts: What keeps analysts bullish, worried
Although the signs are positive in the chip sector this year, there are still some concerns. Here are 10 reasons to remain bullishand worriedabout 2010
2008-10-27 IC equipment markets close to 'bad cycle' of '01
Raj Seth, an analyst with Cowen and Co. LLC, said he believes the IC equipment sector is nearing a cycle as bad as 2001
2014-11-06 How to turn fabless runts into world's largest vendors
In the early 1990s, semiconductor companies that didn't own their own fabs were considered runts. Today at least five of them rank among the world's largest chip vendors. Some of the credit for the shift goes to the sector's trade group, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary soon
2003-01-23 Growth opportunities for chipset industry
The chipset sector experienceed stiff competition last year due to the general slowdown in PC unit sales across the world, Intel's aggressive pursuit for a bigger market share, and the entrance of new players in the market like Nvidia and ATI
2012-12-05 Graphene market to rake in $100M by 2018
IDTechEx forecasts that the graphene industry is set to reach the $100 million mark by 2018 with the R&D sector as its main market driver
2009-02-09 Gov't steps in Japan-Taiwan DRAM talks
Nobody is saying that the ongoing merger and consolidation negotiations between Japan's Elpida Memory Inc. and its Taiwanese competitors are deadlocked, but they're evidently growing more complicated
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