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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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2008-06-27 Spansion readies DRAM alternative in datacenters
Spansion has rolled out a new class of memory that is intended to replace DRAMs and solve the energy consumption crisis in the datacenters.
2012-12-07 Sony, Toshiba to boost biz with increased IC spend
Sony next year is expected to purchase $8.4 billion worth of semiconductors, up nearly five per cent from $8 billion in 2012, while Toshiba's spending will increase two per cent to $6.1 billion in 2013.
2003-06-19 Sony, SanDisk move closer on Memory Stick
Sony Corp. and SanDisk Corp. announced an expanded cross licensing agreement that will make SanDisk the first full partner in Sony's Memory Stick business.
2002-05-14 SoC test reels out of control
System-level IC testing, already complicated by increasing chip capacity and the growing use of third-party intellectual property (IP), is now being threatened from another quarter.
2013-04-09 Smartphone boom may limit growth for EMS, ODM
The reason behind this forecast is that mobile communications brands increasingly opt to manufacture smartphones on their own, dragging growth opportunities for outsourced manufacturers.
2013-04-02 Smartphone accessories seen to turn in profit for OEMs
ABI Research revealed that shipments of aftermarket smartphone accessories account for 56 per cent of accessory shipments and 64 per cent of revenues.
2005-02-16 Smart antennas: A design alternative
With integrated GPS technology, today's smart antennas drive new alternatives in remote tracking.
2002-04-08 SigmaRAM: The 24Gbps technology
This article describes the functions of sigmaRAM, its architecture, and its applications in meeting the challenge of capturing multimedia data at wire speed.
2016-04-12 Severance benefits cause friction in Microchip/Atmel merger
Microchip's CEO blames Atmel's board for failing to communicate about a severance package that left at least one employee charging Microchip is reneging on a promise.
2005-06-01 Separate vs. integrated smart-phone components
Only by weighing the trade-offs can a designer arrive at the best possible wireless-appliance solution for a specific design requirement
2013-04-08 Seasonal slump still haunts NAND flash markets
Chip contract prices for 64Gb and 128Gb MLC and TLC remained flat, whereas those for the 32Gb MLC and TLC products increased by approximately 6-7 per cent.
2015-03-10 Rising e-waste problem: Are mobile devices to blame?
TechNavio predicted that the global e-waste market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.7 per cent between 2014 and 2019.
2003-09-02 Ricoh DVD+R media records 4.7GB in <8 min
Ricoh Co. Ltd has developed an 8x speed DVD+R media that allows 4.7GB of data to be burned in <8 minutes.
2004-08-23 RFMD opens customer support office in Shenzhen
RFIC provider RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) has opened a sales and customer support office in Shenzhen, China.
2004-12-28 RF module requires no configuration, offers 40-mile line-of-sight range
MaxStream introduces the 9XTend OEM RF module that provides unprecedented performance in a low cost radio modem.
2004-01-01 Revisit the global supply-chain evolution
The tumultuous downturn has offered automated test equipment (ATE) vendors to fine-tune this supply chain business management model to meet new challenges.
2008-07-10 Report: Top OEMs gobbled 76% of chips shipped
The top 100 branded electronics firms consumed semiconductors worth $209 billion in 2007, or 76 percent of all chips sold last year, according to market research group Gartner.
2015-01-12 Reinforcing the supply chain: Identifying the hurdles
Faced with such challenges, developers and manufacturers of electronics products have become extremely cautious about sharing information across the supply chain.
2002-05-10 Radlan develops OpENSelecT platforms for Marvell switches
Radlan Inc. has developed the Radlan OpENSelecT platforms for Marvell's Prestera and GalNet switch architectures.
2006-10-06 QLogic to acquire SilverStorm for $60M
QLogic Corp. will acquire interconnect fabric solutions supplier SilverStorm Technologies for about $60 million.
2015-11-06 Q'Comm reports dismal sales, smartphone decline to persist
The market dynamics hit Qualcomm especially hard especially because it is still suffering from the loss of a design win in top-tier smartphones from Samsung.
2014-12-04 Protecting FPGA system with secure authenticator
Learn about the general problems that counterfeiters pose for original equipment manufacturers and end customers, and how these concerns can be addressed.
2007-03-01 Prioritize effective execution, customers
Pat Gelsinger, senior VP and general manager of the digital enterprise group at Intel discussed Intel's relationship and involvement with Microsoft, Xen and system builders in this interview.
2004-05-05 Price erosion for chip caps unchanged
Price erosion for chip capacitors, which has slowed since the middle of last year, will remain unchanged this year, market research firm iSuppli Corp. forecasts.
2002-05-22 PortalPlayer adopts ARM technology for digital audio applications
PortalPlayer Inc., a supplier of digital audio platforms, has adopted the ARM7TDMI core for its digital audio encode and playback devices.
2002-05-16 Plexus to streamline operations
EMS provider Plexus Corp. has revealed plans to consolidate its Neenah, Wisconsin, manufacturing operations and close down its New Product Introduction center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
2013-10-16 PLCs thrive in Southeast Asia oil, automotive end markets
Oil and gas, automotive and agriculture sectors are among the end markets driving the development of programmable logic controllers in Southeast Asia, according to a new report by IMS Research.
2004-07-16 Platform ASICs deliver reduced cost for many applications
To save time and cost, platform ASICs come with predefined and prediffused layers to which customers can add differentiations.
2002-01-28 Photonics startups said to lack business acumen
Tough problems remain to be solved on the optical components side, a panel concluded at last week's Photonics West conference.
2007-01-05 Philips posts gains, losses due to corporate disposals
The wind-down corporate investments at Royal Philips Electronics has led to both one-time gains and losses at the company that it plans to account for in its Q4 2006 results.
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