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2012-08-24 Asia takes active part in evolving market dynamics
Asian region is playing a key role in the global supply chain
2004-01-01 Asia makes great headways in electronics
Digital consumer appliances are said to be the hallmark of Japanese manufacturers, but manufacturers in Korea, Taiwan and China are also making great headways
2007-05-21 Asia EMS/ODM market to double in next 5yrs
An In-Stat report asserts that by 2011 Asia will more than double its share of the EMS and ODM markets
2006-02-03 PortalPlayer building facility in India
PortalPlayer announced that its Indian operations will soon be housed in a dedicated facility in Hyderabad
2007-12-17 NXP to boost India R&D operations
Christos Lagomichos, NXP's home electronics division unit general manager, has drawn up a road map for the work that will be done in India
2013-07-19 NEC shutters dismal smartphone operations
NEC Corp. is shutting down its smartphone business, according to a report by a Japan's economic journal Nikkei
2002-12-18 LogicVision expands operations to India
LogicVision Inc. has established LogicVision India Pvt. Ltd in Bangalore, India
2003-02-28 Cadence boosts Indian investment
Cadence Design Systems Inc. said it will invest an additional $50 million over the next three years to grow its operations in India.
2008-04-28 Tax exemption expiry worries Indian IT firms
The uncertainty about extending the 10-year tax holiday for IT companies have left Indian chip design houses in a quandary
2005-05-10 Sun to develop products for Indian, Chinese markets
Sun Microsystems will develop products for the fast-growing Indian and Chinese markets, with plans to eventually tailor the products for the global market.
2010-04-06 Sanmina-SCI opens Chennai manufacturing facility
Sanmina-SCI Corp. has inaugurated its manufacturing campus in the Oragadam Hi-Tech Special Economic Zone (SEZ) near Chennai in the state of Tamil Nadu, India
2012-03-12 Philippine mfg firm posts 40% revenue rise
According to IMI, the above-industry average revenue growth was due to increased turnkey businesses in China, strong growth in the automotive and industrial segments and additional revenues from PSi Technologies and its new entities in Europe and Mexico
2008-08-14 Japanese chipmakers scout for Indian design partners
Trade officials from Japan's Kyushu Island, the site of 650 semiconductor-related companies, are looking for software design partners in southern India
2008-05-09 Indian IC ecosystem ready for takeoff
Top executives from the Indian and global chip industry believe the semiconductor ecosystem in the country is poised for takeoff
2007-02-07 Indian IC design market to grow over 20%
India's IC design services market is set to grow at over 20 percent per year through 2010, according to market research firm In-Stat
2005-11-11 Indian design activity on fast track, says iSuppli
India's semiconductor design industry will nearly triple by 2010, as overseas and domestic suppliers rush to establish or expand their chip development efforts there
2007-09-17 Asia's EDA moment is just around the corner
Mentor Graphics' Daniel Yang, managing director, Pacific Rim operations, discusses the Asian designer's future and how the region is shaping up to captivate the EDA industry
2005-02-16 Agilent preps global hub for wireless ops
Singapore and Malaysia are being groomed as global hubs for Agilent's wireless systems operations in Asia
2007-05-01 'Asset-lite' strategy keeps Moore's Law alive
Ajit Manocha, executive VP and chief manufacturing officer of NXP, believes that the widening gap between design productivity and Moore's Law will trigger a paradigm shift in IC manufacturing that will entail a breakthrough in the way companies work together
2008-09-24 ARC is up for reorganization
ARC International will be reorganizing its operations, enhancing and accelerating the deployment of its new multimedia product range to high-growth consumer electronics markets
2002-06-18 Aehr Test Systems signs up ZMC as China distributor
U.S.-based Aehr Test Systems, a supplier of test and burn-in equipment to semiconductor manufacturers, has arranged for ZMC Technologies to be its sales representative in China
2012-11-29 Toshiba to build renewable power engineering centre
Toshiba has announced this week that it will start construction of a thermal, hydro and renewable power engineering centre which is slated to begin operations by January 2014
2004-07-15 Indian engineers repatriate
Indian expatriate engineers are proving, in droves, that you can go home again and earn good
2007-01-22 IBM unlikely to report big gains for '06, analysts say
IBM is likely to post a marginal decline in year-over-year sales, according a survey of 22 analysts by Thomson Financial Network
2009-08-25 Vietnam IC manufacturing hits roadblocks
Vietnam has hit a few speed bumps along the road in its dreams to develop an IC manufacturing industry
2007-03-28 The other side of the wafer [fab craze]
In 2004, Nanotech Corp. turned heads by securing used equipment and process technology from Intel and promising to build a fab about 100 miles west of Shanghai. But the loans promised by China's policy banks never materialized
2014-09-01 Ten display market predictions to chew on
Display suppliers are keen observers of the key end markets, and Touch Taiwan exhibition has been ripe with opinions and predictions about the outlook for touch-screen PCs, and the market potential of three-in-one devices that hybridise mobile devices, among others
2005-10-19 ST creates organization to focus on China
In a move prompted by the growing importance of the region to the company's bottom line, STMicroelectronics Monday (Oct. 17) announced that the company has established a
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore
2011-01-31 Silicon Labs acquires SpectraLinear
In buying SpectraLinear, whose clock products complement its timing product line, Silicon Labs acquires a broad family of ICs that could help it tap the $500 million opportunity in high-volume applications
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