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2009-06-25 Intel: Fab tool market savior?
Intel Corp. continues to fund technologies and procure fab-equipment, but behind the scenes, the company is investing in some companies and brokering deals for others, reportedly including ASM International NV and NuFlare Technology Inc., sources said.
2002-08-29 Intel forming home networking industry group
Intel Corp. will announce the details of a cross-industry working group on home networking at the Intel Developer Forum next month.
2004-03-12 Intel exec considers what comes after flash
Flash memory, in its EPROM tunnel oxide (ETOX) and NAND variants, still has more than five years as the key mainstream nonvolatile memory, but the race is on to find the memory technology that can scale to sub-45nm manufacturing processes, according to Stefan Lai, VP of the technology and manufacturing group at Intel Corp.
2007-10-30 Intel exec calls for advanced test tools for next-gen SoC
In his talk at the opening of last week's International Test Conference, Gadi Singer, Intel Corp. VP and assistant general manager, stressed the need to improve test development tools for next-generation SoC.
2012-09-03 Innovation in shaping nanowires unveiled
Researchers from Purdue University have developed a new manufacturing method for molding nanowires.
2007-07-26 Indian design center gets $20M in tools from Mentor
Mentor Graphics is donating a complete suite of EDA tools worth over $20 million to RV-VLSI Design Center in India for use in classroom instruction and academic research.
2007-12-20 India's foundry policy attracts applicants
India's semiconductor and electronics manufacturing policy has attracted applicants. Three firms have formally applied, while more than a dozen other firms have made enquiries.
2006-05-23 India revives materials center
The Indian Ministry of Information Technology has re-established the Center for Materials for Electronics Technology, to develop viable technologies for use in electronics.
2007-07-05 India pushes bid to be solar-industry hub
The Indian government announced incentives for manufacturing solar cells and panels and is targeting to meet 10 percent of the country's power needs through renewable energy by 2012.
2005-09-06 India plans for fab, nanotech in 2005-06
India's ministry of information technology has charted out its plan for 2005-2006, which, for the first time in several years, includes the allocation of 'seed money' to create a special purpose vehicle (a holding company) to establish a fabrication facility through government-private partnership.
2007-04-16 Incentive scheme to lure chipmakers to India
India has unveiled its much-awaited Special Incentive Package Scheme, hoping to attract investments in IC plants and other technology-manufacturing industries.
2012-11-06 Imec, Nantero to develop carbon nanotube NVM
Imec backs Nantero in research project aimed at producing carbon nanotube non-volatile memories smaller than 20nm as possible DRAM replacement.
2013-08-02 Imec, Cascade probe 25?m-diameter micro-bumps
The organisations revealed breakthroughs in probing stacked ICs (3D-SICs) on a wide I/O test wafer with its fully-automated CM300 probe solution using an advanced version of Pyramid Probe technology.
2011-11-04 Imec's open innovation finds government support
Imec is planning to build a 16-floor tower to expand its facilities.
2008-05-20 IBM touts efficiency 'breakthrough' in solar cells
IBM has managed to squeeze 230W of power onto a centimeter square of solar panel using concentrator photovoltaics, and converted this to 70W of usable electric powerachieving the best power efficiency yet possible.
2009-08-19 IBM taps DNA scaffolding to build tiny circuit boards
Researchers have developed a way to use DNA origami structures with current chip manufacturing equipment.
2002-11-08 IBM reveals vision of the next-generation PC
IBM Corp.'s Personal Computer Division previewed technologies intended to make PCs smarter and easier to maintain.
2012-11-01 IBM research opens path for smaller computer chips
The research demonstrates initial steps towards commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes as a successor to silicon, leading to more powerful and smaller ICs.
2006-05-24 IBM probe nanometer-scale memories
IBM has taken the wraps off a groundbreaking project to develop terabit memories based on MEMS technology and referred to as "probe-based storage."
2013-12-12 IBM demos complex quantum phenomenon using a plastic film
For the first time, scientists at IBM Research demonstrated Bose-Einstein condensation, using a luminescent polymer similar to the materials in light emitting displays used in many smartphones.
2005-07-25 HP reportedly cuts four R&D projects
The massive restructuring that is slashing 14,500 jobs at Hewlett-Packard has also cut four major research projects at the company, according to an Associated Press report.
2008-03-19 HP Labs on course to carving own space
Squeezed between Intel and AMD on hardware and Microsoft and Google on software, HP needs to carve out its own space to innovate. And by all accounts, it's off to a good start.
2006-11-06 Hotmail co-founder plans Indian Nano City
Hotmail co-founder Sabeer Bhatia has signed an agreement with the regional government of Haryana state in northern India to help establish "Nano City," a technology hub modeled after Silicon Valley.
2008-12-04 Holographic technique could boost lab-on-a-chip
Purdue University researchers have developed an electrokinetic patterning technique that utilizes laser and holograms to quickly position numerous tiny particles.
2008-06-04 HKSTP, Canada government ink deal on tech biz
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corp. and The Ministry of Advanced Education and Technology of the government of Alberta, Canada have signed a memorandum of understanding to help firms from Alberta find an easier path to Hong Kong and China's expanding markets.
2008-05-27 HKSTP inks MOU with Canadian gov't
HKSTP has signed a MOU with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Technology, government of Alberta, Canada that will allow firms from Alberta to find an easier path to Hong Kong and China's expanding markets.
2003-10-02 High-k, strained Si leaving the lab
With performance improvements getting harder to wring out of CMOS by transistor shrinks, researchers are increasingly turning to strained silicon, high-k oxides, and different types of on-chip silicon-crystal orientation.
2008-05-23 Harvard prof develops room-temp THz laser
A Harvard University professor has demonstrated a heterodyning method cast in nonlinear materials that mixes two easy-to-generate optical frequencies spaced apart at the desired terahertz frequency, resulting in a room-temperature terahertz laser.
2003-07-29 Harris enters R&D deal with the University of Florida
Harris Corp. has approved a research development agreement with the University of Florida's College of Engineering.
2006-01-25 Group formed to commercialize quantum cryptography
A consortium of companies and universities has formed a joint venture to commercialize diamond encrusted single photon sources that are a crucial component of quantum cryptography systems.
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