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2007-11-07 Power outage at fab partner may cost CMD $1M in Q4
California Micro Devices disclosed that the recent power outage at one of its foundry partners, Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., may have an adverse impact on its results for Q4.
2004-10-29 PLD war: There can only be one?
Xilinx claims it will get the top spot in the PLD industry with easy victory. But will rival Altera allow it?
2002-03-08 Outlook remains bleak for comms spending
The outlook for communications hardware through 2002 remains bleak on multiple fronts, especially wired telecom, where carriers' spending plans and Wall Street's expectations for top telecom OEMs may be out of whack.
2005-04-22 Outlook for IC-equipment remains weak, analysts say
The chip-equipment industry is expected to remain in the doldrums despite a slight jump in the book-to-bill ratio and a positive capital-spending outlook from Intel Corp., according to analysts.
2015-02-10 One-on-one with Imagination's CEO
CEO of Imagination Technologies Sir Hossein Yassaie talks about how his organisation weathers the challenges in the world of IP, as well as the future he sees for the company.
2012-08-03 ON Semi continues to scale back, cuts more jobs
With its CFO stepping down, ON Semi has announced its plans to lay off additional employees as part of a plan to save $10 million to $15 million each year.
2008-07-04 Nvidia covers costs for faulty chips
Nvidia Corp. plans to take a charge from $150-to-$200 million to cover anticipated warranty, repair, return, replacement and other costs arising from a "weak die/packaging material" in select devices.
2012-08-10 Nvidia bets on Nexus 7 as best fit for Android enthusiasts
Google's partner Nvidia claims that the Nexus 7 tablet, powered by Tegra 3, is the most user-friendly Android device to date.
2010-04-27 Novellus' Hill: IC market set for four-year growth cycle
Novellus is back on track after being hit hard by the downturn last year. The IC industry is set for a new and healthy three-to-four year growth cycle, according to Novellus CEO Rick Hill.
2005-04-20 No signs of 2H recovery for ICs, equipment, says analyst
Contrary to popular belief, there are no signs of a recovery for the semiconductor and chip-equipment industries in the second half of 2005, according to an analyst with Adams Harkness Inc.
2005-11-14 No growth spike seen for fab tools
Semiconductor equipment vendors continue to see signs of a gradual upturn in the marketplace, but don't look for a huge growth spike in the near term&mdash--if at all.
2010-11-09 Nikon fab tool unit reports losses
Nikon has reported disappointing Q2 earnings and revised down its full year target for sales and operating profit.
2009-12-15 Nikon eyes litho rebound with double-patterning
Nikon Corp. is looking to regain share, especially in the upcoming double-patterning era, according to an analyst.
2005-07-12 Nanometrics says sales will fall by 20 percent
Chip-equipment maker Nanometrics Inc. announced that it expects to report lower-than-anticipated revenues for its second quarter ended June 30.
2011-09-07 Mosaid buys 2,000 wireless patents
Mosaid has acquired Core Wireless, integrating the patents previously filed by Nokia, and expanding its wireless portfolio.
2005-07-21 Mixed signals seen in IC-equipment market
There are still plenty of mixed signals - and little visibility - in the chip-equipment market despite a sudden jump in Japan's fab-tool book-to-bill ratio.
2010-11-03 MIPS on the rise
Processor core vendor MIPS Technologies is growing strong, and Sandeep Vij, CEO, MIPS, says greatness can be achieved if a company has "a soul."
2009-11-02 Microsemi shuts down manufacturing plant
Microsemi Corp. has disclosed consolidation plans that will result in the closure of its manufacturing facility in Scottsdale, Arizona by April 2011.
2011-07-22 Microsemi goes on a buying spree
Microsemi has announced that it has acquired millimeter-wave tech and related assets from Brijot Imaging Systems. The company has also offered to buy mixed-signal chip company, Zarlink.
2009-02-16 Microchip won't pursue Atmel
Microchip Technology Inc. is terminating its consideration of a potential transaction with Atmel Corp. and is withdrawing the slate of directors it had nominated previously for election at Atmel's next annual meeting of shareholders.
2009-04-17 Microchip seeks to 'elbow out' MCU rivals
Having failed to acquire Atmel Corp., Microchip Technology Inc. hopes to expand or "elbow out" its product linesand its rivalsamid a growing crisis in the MCU and overall IC supply chain.
2010-10-04 Maxim undergoes a makeover
Maxim president and chief executive Tunc Doluca presented “Maxim 2.0?, a makeover of the erstwhile analog chip-focused business. The company has shaken up its corporate culture and expanded its range.
2011-03-22 Maxim adjusts to power cuts at partner plant
Maxim is shifting production to other facilities as power outages have affected production at its partner facility, Seiko Epson.
2012-10-29 Marvell prepared for coming 'super-integration era'
Weili Dai stressed in an interview that Marvell is ready for the coming "super-integration era" of storage, connectivity, video, 3D graphics and modem technologies.
2008-10-07 Magma hit by restructuring efforts, too
Magma Design Automation Inc. is not immune to the restructuring wave that is hitting the semiconductor industry.
2006-07-13 LG.Philips posts loss, reduces spending
LG.Philips' losses in Q2 2006 forced it to make a major reduction in capital expenditures for the year, blaming the decline in prices across the TV, monitor and notebook segments.
2010-10-15 Lattice announces new CEO
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. named Darin Billerbeck president and CEO, effective Nov. 8, 2010 .
2011-01-27 ISSI purchases China fabless chipmaker
Integrated Silicon Solution has signed an agreement to purchase privately owned fabless chipmaker Se En Integration Holdings for approximately $20 million.
2004-07-16 Intersil to cut back 200 jobs
Intersil Corp. said Tuesday (July 13, 2004) it would eliminate 200 positions by the year's end in an effort to streamline manufacturing and support functions.
2005-06-20 Intel's Otellini positive on H2 prospects, says report
Paul Otellini, president and chief executive officer of Intel Corp., said that he expects "very seasonal" second-half demand for computer chips, according to an Associated Press report carried by Information Week.
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