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2013-10-09 Mellanox up against Intel, Cisco in silicon photonics race
Mellanox is up against the likes of Cisco Systems, Intel, and the start-ups Luxtera and OneChip in a race to field the technology to make fast, dense switches and interconnects practical.
2013-12-27 Mediatek trails 2nd-place Qualcomm in mobile SoC race
Mediatek revealed that it will offer LTE and SoCs with 64-ARM cores using ARM's big.LITTLE architecture in 2014.
2013-07-01 MediaTek leads smartphone chips race
MediaTek and Spreadtrum advance in China market while Qualcomm's chip usage declines, according to the latest report from TrendForce.
2007-07-16 Malaysia fights to keep post in electronics race
Squeezed by low-cost giants like China and India in the manufacturing space and by R&D centers like Singapore and Taiwan at the high end, Malaysia is struggling to maintain its place as an electronics hub.
2005-04-28 Mainland China, Taiwan tighten LED packaging race
LED packaging companies based in Taiwan may suffer temporary revenue setbacks this year as the industry faces tight competition with rival firms based in mainland China.
2007-11-01 It's a survival race for mobile TV chip suppliers
Suppliers of mobile TV technology waiting for the fledgling market to take wing have already entered a race for survival.
2009-01-19 Is Asia winning a race to patent ideas in the U.S.?
The world's most innovative companies go to great lengths to guard their trade secrets. But do companies with the most patents have the inside track on the best ideas?
2013-06-13 InvenSense making a splash in MEMS race
Market watcher IHS iSuppli branded InvenSense the most successful MEMS start-up ever in its latest report on the MEMS market.
2009-08-13 Intel-Micron duo heats up x3 NAND race
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have officially announced their initial offering in the 3-bit-per-cell (x3) NAND arena.
2006-01-05 Intel, Samsung lead capex race '06
Intel and Samsung Electronics are projected to tie for first place in terms of projected capital spending in the semiconductor industry for 2006, according to Pacific Crest Securities.
2008-12-12 Intel widens lead in high-k/metal gate race
Intel is expected to extend it s its lead over Advanced Micro Devices, IBM and other microprocessor vendors in the high-k/metal-gate race at next week's International Electron Devices Meeting.
2007-08-16 Intel pulls ahead in processor capex race
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. are taking different paths in IC manufacturing, but the traditional capital-spending race appears to be over in the x86-based processor arena.
2011-04-18 In-Stat: New Intel Atom falls short for mobile race
Intel launches its newest Atom processor, which offers further integration and availability of the x86 architecture to lower power applications.
2008-06-09 Hynix, Samsung race to adopt 3bit/cell NAND
Hynix and Samsung are separately gearing up for a push into the 3bit/cell NAND flash race. Hynix developed a 32Gbyte NAND flash memory using 3bit/cell technology, while Samsung will start producing 3bit/cell NAND by the end of 2008.
2011-02-14 HP joins mobile race with smartphones, tablet
HP's tablet and smartphones should help the company position itself as a player in mobile devices beyond the notebook PC. But HP will have to compete against top players and products already on the market.
2007-12-05 HP inches away from Dell in PC race, says iSuppli
HP continued to expand its lead over rival Dell in the global PC market, according to iSuppli's preliminary market ranking.
2005-04-06 Hi-Tech race builds up at IIC-China opening
The opening of Global Sources' 10th Annual International IC-China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) and Embedded Systems Conference-China (ESC-China) was a blast with more than 700 booths, up by 64 percent compared from 2004.
2008-03-07 Greenpeace: No winner yet in 'green' electronics race
While three CE gadgets had topped Greenpeace's 'Searching for Greener Electronics' survey, the race for a green electronic product has not been won yet, the environmental group said, as each of these products scored just over half of the possible 100 points available to win.
2014-11-07 Globalfoundries taps Invecas for 14nm FinFET node race
Invecas is now boning up on Globalfoundries' 14nm FinFET process, for which it aims to develop logic libraries and interface IP.
2008-11-14 Freescale, McLaren co-develop brake system for race cars
Freescale Semiconductor and McLaren Electronic Systems (MES) have entered a collaborative initiative to develop next-generation kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) technology for the highest levels of motor racing from 2010 onward.
2010-05-07 Foundries tangled in capex arms race
Three foundry vendorsGlobalFoundries, Samsung and TSMCappear to be engaged in a new capital spending race in an effort to gain share in current and future cycles.
2007-05-16 Foundries face obstacle course in 45nm race
The starting gun sounded on the 45nm foundry race when the world's largest foundry service provider announced in April it is accelerating ramp of its 45nm process.
2008-02-06 Flextronics fights to remain in EMS race
By taking on EMS giant Foxxcon, Flextronics not only saves itself, but also safeguards the interests of the OEM customers who have come to rely so heavily on EMS.
2011-04-27 Fabless race still led by U.S. firms
Nine U.S. companies landed on the 2010 top 10 global chip vendors list while 13 made it to the top 20.
2007-12-28 DoCoMo gets Google, ups edge in iPhone rights race
While Japan's cellphone service providers are bidding for rights to offer Apple's iPhone, NTT DoCoMo has obtained a leg up on its competitors by scoring new services from Apple's important partner, Google.
2002-05-14 Compound semiconductors to race with silicons
Compound semiconductors are expected to compete with silicon types in the IC industry, according to a study conducted by Kline & Co.
2014-08-15 CoinTerra wields 28nm ASIC in bitcoin arms race
The emerging virtual money economy has firms racing to market with bitcoin mining chips, and for CoinTerra's part, all it needed was eight months to develop an ASIC packing 120 hash engines into a single chip.
2012-08-10 Cirrus Logic to overtake Dialog in audio chips race?
Adding power management functions to its ICs could land Cirrus a bigger slice in Apple's design sockets pie.
2005-04-22 Chinese designers to beat twin forces in cellular handset race
A hefty fraction of the world's mobile phones is manufactured in China.
2013-10-21 Broadcom ventures into 64bit ARM core race
Broadcom is designing a custom quad-issue, quad-threaded, out-of-order ARMv8 processor that will "raise the bar" in single and multi-core performance.
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