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What does OEM stand for?
OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer. It is an organization that sells products that are made by other companies. The term can be confusing since some of the OEMs are often the designer of the equipment, and "original equipment designer" or "original concept designer" would be more fitting terms.
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2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2004-11-01 When custom ASICs aren't the answer
Given their lower costs at high volumes, custom ASICs would be the logical choice. But that's often not the case.
2008-09-09 Vmware, Fujitsu bring server virtualization to Southeast Asia
Fujitsu Asia and VMware Inc. have announced a local OEM distribution agreement to offer end-to-end server virtualization solutions across the Southeast Asia region.
2005-07-27 Vitesse opens Taiwan customer design center
Vitesse Semiconductor Corp. has opened a customer technology center in Taipei, Taiwan.
2015-10-14 VeriSilicon to buy embedded GPU IP vendor
VeriSilicon said the addition of Vivante will provide a shot in the arm for its growing IP portfolio in a deal that will also increase VeriSilicon's exposure to the Tier One customer base.
2013-06-25 Utilising non-volatile memory IP in SoC designs
Integrating anti-fuse NVM on chip for program storage results to increased margin as well as independence from vagaries of supply chain and component availability.
2002-05-14 Updating from user regulated proportional HVPS to UltraVolt's off-the-shelf regulated HVPS
This application note illustrates the advantages of using UltraVolt's of off-the-shelf regulated HVPS, incorporating internal regulation circuitry.
2004-03-16 Updated process slashes size of CDMA RF filters
Agilent has reworked its proprietary film bulk-acoustic-resonator process technology to reduce the size of RF duplexer and filter devices for CDMA PCS phones.
2008-09-23 U.S. OEMS reign in industrial, medical electronics ranking
Electronics.ca Publications notes in its new report entitled 'Industrial, Medical Electronics and Semiconductor Report Service' that of a world market valued at around $525 billion in 2007, U.S. OEMs accounted for half of the total.
2004-10-18 Turnkey HDTV promises perfect picture
Liquid crystal-on-silicon microdisplay technology offers OEMs an HDTV display with high-quality audio and compact industrial design in a complete and customizable system.
2004-12-01 Trouble spinning in analog ICs
Inability of analog chip designers to characterize the behavior of complex circuits prior to tapeout is a major obstacle.
2002-04-01 TranSwitch funds Optix's PHY designs
Optix Networks Inc. said a minority investment by TranSwitch Corp. involves a strategic alliance that includes product planning, joint engineering, and an OEM agreement that will see TranSwitch sell Optix products under the TranSwitch label.
2002-06-04 Toshiba increases stake in Audiovox
Toshiba Corp. will increase its stake in U.S.-based Audiovox Communications Corp. to 25 percent.
2007-02-23 Top OEMs drive global chip sales
Ten of the largest OEMs consumed a third of all semiconductors purchased in 2006, according to early results from a recent study by Gartner Inc.
2005-10-21 Tight foundry capacity seen in 2006
Silicon foundry capacity is projected to be tight in 2006 - with possible shortages and allocations seen for select process technologies, warned an analyst.
2002-09-19 Three-Five signs Visual Interaction as European partner
Three-Five Systems Inc. has established Visual Interaction as an authorized Three-Five Development Partner for Europe.
2004-02-02 Thinking about an x-ray system?
Know the twelve important questions before purchasing an x-ray inspection system for your PCB designs.
2007-11-14 The growing need for handset outsourcing
At times of shorter time-to-market and shorter product lifecycles, outsourcing enables mobile phone OEMs to sustain business profitability.
2003-01-13 The global supply chain evolution
The prolonged economic downturn in the new millennium has forced global electronic companies to realign their design and production strategies dramatically and quickly.
2003-01-23 Teradyne signs Molex as second-source GbX manufacturer
Teradyne Inc.'s Connection Systems Division and Molex Inc. have entered a second-source licensing agreement.
2012-10-19 Team up to fast track mobile infrastructure, data centre network performance
LSI and 6WIND announced the availability of the 6WINDGate packet processing software for the LSI Axxia communication processor family.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2011-08-25 Taiwan LCD TV OEMs see growth in Q3
Although global LCD TV manufacturers posted a 2 percent QoQ shipment decline, Taiwan TV OEMs shipments still grew by 7.3 percent.
2011-03-22 Supply issues trigger panic buying among OEMs
Electronic distributors have noted increased orders from OEM customers who are all making sure they have enough inventory on hand to keep them going despite supply disruptions.
2015-06-04 Supply chain: Crucial factor to wearable success
According to IDC, this year, OEMs are predicted to ship a total of 45.7 million wearable devices, up 133.4 per cent from the 19.6 million units shipped in 2014.
2005-08-04 Supply chain contrarian
For the record, Bob Swanson, chairman and founder of analog chip maker Linear Technology Corp., doesn't want to give the impression that he's calling his customers idiots.
2008-06-30 Study: Automotive industry lacks drive to innovate
The automotive industry in Germany is more reluctant to innovations than any other industries. This is the core statement of a study conducted by Invensity GmbH, a technology consulting company.
2002-06-04 STMicro supplies technology for next-gen STBs
STMicroelectronics will be supplying chips for next-generation low-cost STBs that will allow consumers in the U.K. to receive free digital terrestrial TV receiver on their analog TV receivers.
2004-05-03 Startup looks to fill Cadence CCT vacuum
ConnectEDA aims to fill a gap left when Cadence stopped making its CCT autorouter available for sale by competing EDA vendors in the late 1990s.
2012-12-21 Spot market affects rise in 1HDec DRAM contract price
DRAMeXchange revealed that although 2HNov DRAM contract prices took a slight 3.17 per cent dip, 1HDec module prices have gone on an uptrend thanks to stimulation from the spot prices.
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