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2009-08-24 Outsourced IC design growth slowed 20% in '08
2009 will be a make or break year for chip design service providers after the recession slowed the growth of outsourced chip design starts last year, according to a survey by market research firm Gartner.
2005-05-04 Pure-play foundry market to decline in 2005, says iSuppli
Due to weak demand and a slowdown in semiconductor manufacturing outsourcing, pure-play foundry revenue declined by 15 percent in the first quarter of 2005 compared to the fourth quarter of 2004.
2002-07-03 ASEMEP holds 12th National Technical Symposium
The 12th ASEMEP National Technical Symposium was held June 27 to 28, amid the recent slowdown in the Philippine semiconductor industry
2008-04-30 TSMC IC design collaboration strategy stirs controversy
TSMC has unveiled a new and possibly controversial strategy that involves more collaboration in the early stages of the IC design process.
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.
2008-12-11 Sony outlines initiatives to improve profitability
Sony Corp. has embarked on a series of measures to strengthen its corporate structure and bolster profitability across the Sony Group. These initiatives are in response to the sudden and rapid changes in the global economic environment.
2004-07-02 Renesas outlines product, cost-cutting strategies
Fifteen months after its formation, Japan's Renesas Technology Corp. has put the finishing touches on a corporate reorganization to sustain its future growth and prepare for the next semiconductor cycle.
2009-02-19 Rapid prototyping & core vs. context
For many companies, the answer is that prototype design has become context and the smart move is to work with a trusted partner for prototype development, enabling key engineering and management talent to engage on core activities.
2009-01-07 NXP needs to sell more assets to survive
Despite his experience and knowledge of the industry, NXP's new president and CEO Richard L. Clemmer cannot surgically resolve NXP's boatload of problems without resorting to drastic measures.
2012-01-05 Mobile tech: Good for batteries, good for Asia
The mobile consumer market will add $309 billion to the semiconductor market by 2015, and much of this growth will be spurred by innovations within the power management sector.
2014-08-01 MEMS revenues fall on price pressure
Yole projected that prices will decline by 7 per cent per year. Major MEMS vendors have adopted several strategies including product diversification to boost growth and dampen price pressure.
2006-08-04 Marvell expands presence in Singapore
Marvell Technology Group broke ground on its new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore in a move the firm said would better allow it to serve its expanding roster of regional clients.
2008-09-22 Dell mum over plans on Limerick facility
Dell Inc. has declined to comment on concerns that it could close its plant in Limerick, Ireland as part of measures to lower manufacturing costs and improve profitability.
2007-01-01 Asia sets eye on more design activities
With the slew of investments and expansion projects undertaken in India, Singapore, Malaysia and even Vietnam last year, global companies have reaffirmed their confidence in the huge potential of these nations.
2009-08-17 Asia Pacific to host 39% of world's cell towers by 2014
ABI Research says that by 2014, 39 percent of the world's cellular towers will be located in Asia Pacific.
2008-12-16 Analog hype overcrowds market
Industry pundits proclaimed 2008 the year of analog. But the odds for analog foundries' survival aren't looking good as analog foundry vendors face an IC market downturn, the breakout of a price war and mounting fears about intellectual property theft in China.
2010-03-05 2010 Southeast Asia telecom market forecast
Fierce competition, driven by post-crisis moment and the need to catch up with rapid technology developments will be motivational factors that will shape the year of the SEA telecommunications market.
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