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2009-12-07 Japan engineers need to get their groove back
The struggle for relevance in a technology world that is shifting resources and manufacturing to China, appears to be taking a heavy toll on Japan engineers.
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
2006-06-27 ITC confirms Actions' infringement of SigmaTel patents
SigmaTel announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission confirmed the previous administrative law judge's ruling that Actions Semiconductor infringed the two SigmaTel patents.
2015-05-11 Is TI bringing down the curtain on FPGA?
Does TI's special-purpose processor that combines multicore ARM processors with multicore DSPs and multiple programmable hardware accelerators have what it takes to make FPGAs obsolete?
2011-10-27 Is there a need for Agile hardware dev't?
Here's a take on whether the values and principles that guide agile software teams should similarly guide SoC teams.
2010-04-08 Is IPv6 ready for prime time?
It may sound arcane but without support for the latest version of the Internet Protocol, the rapid expansion of people and devices trying to link to the Internet could hit a major speed bump.
2009-08-07 Is analog dying or flourishing?
Bill Schweber gives his two cents on the ongoing question: Is analog dying or not?
2007-06-07 iPhone hype heats up as launch nears
Speculation on whether Apple's iPhone can live up to its much-trumpeted features have gone on overdrive as the multimedia handset's release date nears.
2015-04-10 Intel, Samsung top chip vendor ranking in 2014
The total chip market value in 2014 was up slightly from the $339.8 billion assessment given by market research firm Gartner Inc. to $340.3 billion in its latest report.
2008-11-26 Intel's Barrett turns vision to opportunities
There's a fire in Intel Corp. chairman Craig Barrett's eyes as he describes his vision for equalizing the balance of opportunity around the globeand for leveraging technology to accomplish it.
2008-09-25 Intel's Barrett criticizes U.S gov't policies
The United States is throwing its future down the drain. That was one of the startling statements from Intel Corp. chairman Craig Barrett, in an interview with Business Week magazine.
2008-10-17 Intel heeds caution amid financial quandary
Looking ahead, the world's No. 1 semiconductor company acknowledged uncertainty for the current quarter in light of the current financial crisis.
2003-05-13 Inspiring people through management example
Chin Wu, GM of Ali Corp., emphasizes the importance of a "people-centric" culture as a key to the success of the company and unifying people.
2002-05-20 Infineon adds Starr power to Rambus appeal
Rambus Inc. and Infineon Technologies AG will return to the courtroom on June 3 when a federal appeals panel hears their arguments in a long-running patent disclosure case.
2006-05-16 Industry trailblazer casts eye on China
As a graduate in chemical engineering in 1960, Wilf Corrigan had three job offersone in a gunpowder factory in Australia, another in Germany and the third from Transitron in Boston. The latter job paid twice as much as the other two, so the Liverpudlian packed for New England to embark on what would be a trailblazing career in the semiconductor industry.
2015-02-06 Industrie 4.0 modernises manufacturing processes
The integration of Internet of Things into the operational technology of manufacturing industries will have a very significant global economic impactto the tune of $3.88 trillion over the next decade.
2009-11-30 India pushes 3G/WiMAX auction to January 2010
The auction of 3G and WiMAX spectrum in India has again been postponed to January 2010.
2006-07-01 IDMs' shift to foundries undermines startups
As foundries get better and fabs get bigger, the landscape of the IC industry is changing, spurred in part by pressure from the financial community.
2008-09-22 IC Insights slashes 2008 forecast by $6B
Market research firm IC Insights Inc. has cut its semiconductor industry revenue forecast for 2008 by $6 billion, but said long-term trends would support pricing stabilization that will enable the industry to achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6 percent between 2007 and 2012.
2004-06-09 Hynix's nonmemory operations selling surfaces
The creditors of Hynix Semiconductor Inc. had announced to withdraw the plan of selling its non-memory operations last April, but it has completely changed a month later.
2010-05-14 Home net mesh effort gets mixed reactions
Plans to create a mesh standard for home networks has received mixed reactionssome praise the effort, competitors critique it as a late comer, some say it won't be easy.
2004-02-27 Hitachi GST spins up 300GB server drive
The company has rolled what it claims as the industry's highest capacity 3.5-inch server hard drive to date.
2005-08-05 High-speed DIMMs boost Intel 925 and 955 chipset performance
Crucial Technology has added a 1GHz, PC2-8000 (DDR2-1000) dual in-line memory module to its Ballistix product line.
2009-10-01 HDMI 1.4 IC supports audio return channel, 3D
ADI's new HDMI 1.4 transceiver chip, ADV7623, supports both audio return channel and 3D display, but not Ethernet over HDMI.
2012-02-06 Hardware/software co-dev't with emphasis on software
Read about the problems of hardware/software co-development from the point of view of the software designer.
2002-09-30 Happy worker: a company's greatest asset
It is one thing for a company to attract people to work for them and it is another to make them stay. To keep a satisfied employee goes beyond attractive monetary compensations and other material benefits.
2006-01-26 Handheld Ethernet analyzer accelerates VoIP turn-up
Agilent Technologies announced a voice-over-IP test kit for its existing N2620A FrameScope Pro handheld Ethernet performance analyzer.
0212-11-15 Grim year for IC market, says NXP CEO
Semiconductor companies worldwide should brace for a tough market in 2013 due to continuing financial crisis in the U.S. and Europe. China, however, may be the silver lining to this slump.
2011-09-26 Graphene succeeds CMOS tech
James D. Meindl of Georgia Institute of Technology believes that graphene is the leading candidate to replace CMOS semiconductor technology.
2007-11-08 Google's 'Android' platform is no threat, says rivals
It was a unanimous reaction from rival mobile software makers: Google's entry into the mobile phone segment will propel the market for mobile Internet services.
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