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2006-12-01 Russia tech growth hinges on government push
Russia ranks near the bottom of the ladder among participants in the world's electronics and semiconductor markets, but the country has the technical resources to forge a formidable industry presence
2008-01-02 Renesas continues to sharpen its MCU edge
Satoru Ito, Renesas Technology Corp. chairman and CEO, shares his views on the development of the MCU market in Asia, and discusses how he will lead the company to further growth
2006-01-13 PMC-Sierra opens Indian development center
PMC-Sierra has opened its development center in India, expected to house staff working on WiMax and storage technologies
2009-01-14 Philips shapes intelligent consumer electronics
Peter Wierenga, CEO of Philips Research, shared the company's research philosophy, and explained that to grow in the highly competitive world of CE, it is important to combine new technologies with new products
2014-10-28 Persuasion meets passion: Inside a $125 million MPU start-up
A microprocessor start-up that raises $125 million is a rare desert flower in Silicon Valley these days. The founders of Soft Machines shared some of the story of how they survived seven years through a historic recession and the hurdles that still stand between the company and its first revenue
2003-07-29 Outsourcing services put chip designers on edge
The acceleration of overseas outsourcing of information technology services in recent years has some circuit designers worried about the security of their once-sheltered position
2015-04-17 Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent merger to surpass Huawei
Nokia Corp. bid to acquire Alcatel-Lucent in a $16.6 billion deal that would create the world's second largest provider of telecommunications systems. If the deal pushes through, the combined companies!with their estimated $28 billion revenues!would leapfrog China's Huawei
2004-05-07 Nokia opens Indian design center for CDMA
Nokia has formed an R&D center for CDMA technology in the western Indian city of Mumbai that will provide technical expertise in the Asia-Pacific region
2012-04-18 Nokia knows no recovery
The ex-No. 1 in the mobile handset market has "rested too long on its laurels and failed to provide the innovation the market needed, which in the consumer electronics industry is a major mistake
2013-02-25 NI sees Asia moving up the innovation chain
National Instruments executives believe the company is positioned well in Asia with its broad-based approach in weathering out economic volatility
2005-08-05 Microsoft, Langchao open Beijing outsourcing center
A joint Microsoft-Langchao Group Offsite Development Center (ODC) opened in Beijing in recent days and, according to the Chinese firm, is aimed at increasing "the efficiency of outsourcing collaborations between Langchao and Microsoft.&quot
2011-05-13 Look at all angles when right-sourcing electronic designs
Companies must right-source any design project, use its designers' experience, skills and bandwidth, or in cases where these are unavailable, look for best-in-class implementation and verification sources
2005-08-09 International Rectifier: a linear approach
A chip company that owns production plants owns more business risk than a fabless chip maker and therefore uses a different approach to managing inventory. International Rectifier Corp. owns wafer fabs and assembly and test sites in North America, Europe, China and India. In fact, it outsources less than 10 percent of its chip production
2005-10-17 Intel spies opportunities for China growth
A $200 million investment seeks to pursue technological advancement and opportunities!not just in Asia, but worldwide
2004-11-23 Intel CEO Barrett reportedly expects better 2005 start
Once again unfazed by dismal market forecasts, Intel Corp. chief executive Craig Barrett said Thursday (Nov. 18) he expects the chipmaker to report higher revenue from global operations in the first half of 2005 than in the same period this year, according to several wire service reports
2007-11-19 Infineon exec stays tuned to mobile TV trends
Infineon's Guiseppe Calarco disclosed that the company is beefing up its Asian operations and getting ready as China reviews the available mobile TV standards and decides on the standard it'll choose
2008-04-07 IC design looks promising for Romania
I was surprised to find it less expensive to operate in Romania than in India, Malaysia or China," said Hugh Durdan, VP of marketing for eSilicon, a custom IC developer
2003-12-08 AT&T pulls out of Indian mobile services venture
AT&T Wireless has pulled out of its venture with BPL Mobile Cellular, a company that operates GSM-based mobile services in western and southern India
2003-10-01 Asian engineers hold on as industry recovers
EE Times - Asia has interviewed 1,459 engineers to determine the state of the semiconductor industry in our region today; results have shown that growth is existent - albeit a slow one
2004-06-04 Alliance Semiconductor boosts Indian investment
Alliance Semiconductor Corp. will invest an additional $50 million over the next five years in its two development centers in India
2014-11-03 Adding 'smart' to Asia's power grid
The installation of modern electronics to assist in better generation, delivery and consumption of electrical energy is picking up within the region, promising to prevent power outages, conserve energy and support green undertakings
2005-11-21 16bit MCU portfolio targets performance, cost goals
In the advent of more complex electronic design requirements from customers for increased speed, efficiency and performance, chipmakers jumped on the 32bit bandwagon for microcontroller-intensive applications
2005-10-21 Xilinx and Nu Horizons expand distribution agreement to Asia
linx Inc. and Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. have expanded their North American distribution agreement to cover select countries in the Asia-Pacific. The expanded partnership provides Nu Horizon distribution rights for Xilinx's FPGAs, CPLDs, development software and intellectual property, and covers China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and India
2007-09-20 Vietnam reaches for electronics dream!despite hurdles
The Saigon Hi-Tech Park looks a little more than a flattened patch of land on the dusty outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, but like the country itself, it's a place with big dreams that look set to become a reality!hurdles notwithstanding
2015-05-11 Verilog-AMS vs SPICE view for DDR, LCD verification
In this instalment, we comparatively analyse the usage of both views from the perspective of DDR interfaces, LCD controllers and on-chip memories
2007-04-05 U.S. gov't charges supplier for shipping computer tech
Cirrus Electronics founder and CEO Parthasarathy Sudarshan was indicted for shipping U.S. computer technology to India for use in missiles and other weapon systems
2004-12-20 The design-outsourcing effect
More than a year ago, experts in the design-outsourcing business began to warn that a bubble was forming. U.S. companies were falling all over themselves to set up relationships with design shops, first in Bangalore, India, then in southeastern China, then just about anywhere
2008-07-30 ST-NXP Wireless is all set to do business
NXP and STMicroelectronics have closed the deal that brings together key wireless operations of both companies into ST-NXP Wireless
2006-09-16 Reducing the cost of cellphone testing
As phones increase in complexity, requiring more tests, manufacturers must find strategies that will keep rising test costs down
2007-12-18 Q3 07: A season of turbulence
The third quarter of 2007 was rather turbulent for the electronics industry, as seen in EE Times-Asia's most read stories of Q3 07
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