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2010-12-01 Optical inspection system targets 2mµ wafer defects
Altatech Semiconductor S.A. launches high-throughput AltaSight EyeEdge inspection system
2008-01-23 Optical fibers give PHY chipset low power loss
A PHY chipset for mobile or portable electronic devices that uses polymer optical fibers to achieve very low power dissipation has been developed by German fabless semiconductor startup Silicon Line GmbH
2007-10-18 Non-volatile SRAM offers infinite read, write cycles
Cypress Semiconductor's non-volatile SRAM, manufactured on SONOS technology, features access times as low as 15ns, infinite read, write and recall cycles, and 20-year data retention
2010-03-03 Nanoimprint still awaits takeoff in HDDs
While nanoimprint has not cracked mainstream production in semiconductor fabs, as some had hoped at one time, the technology has been delayed in perhaps its biggest potential market: HDDs
2004-07-30 Mosys makes 0.13?m memories with Chartered, SMIC
Monolithic System Technology Inc. (Mosys), a developer of embedded memory technology available for license, has ported its so-called 1T-SRAM-Q quad-density memory to the 0.13?m industry-standard logic process at Singaporean foundry Chartered Semiconductor Mfg Ltd, Mosys said Tuesday (July 27, 2004
2007-09-04 MEMS-based ICs keep chips cool
Micropelt GmbH helps to keep semiconductors, laser diodes and photonic sensors cool with its thermoelectric coolers on microchip basis, manufactured in MEMS technology
2014-08-04 Light pulses key to graphene's electrical conductivity
By modulating graphene's electron concentration, the researchers found that they could effectively alter graphene's photoconductive properties from semiconductor-like to metal-like
2009-06-16 Intel, TSMC to tap ASML's EUV litho tool
Hynix Semiconductor, IMEC, Intel, Samsung, Toshiba and possibly Taiwan Semiconductor Manufaturing Co. are the initial customers for ASML Holding NV's "pre-production" extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography tool
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics
2015-02-10 High-speed digital design: Innovation at full-throttle
The rate at which semiconductor technology is advancing is fuelling the enhancement of ICs, leading to increasingly higher transistor densities and faster data speeds
2006-04-24 Fujitsu, Mitsui form quantum dot lasers JV
Fujitsu and Mitsui have formed a joint venture, dubbed QD Laser Inc., to develop and make quantum dot lasers
2008-12-22 Dual voltage regulators feature energy-saving mode
Torex Semiconductor Ltd has released the XC6416 series of dual LDO voltage regulators that employ a CMOS process, providing high accuracy, low noise, high ripple rejection and low dropout
2002-05-17 Dallas SCSI terminator touts 5 percent accuracy
A LVD-only SCSI terminator from Dallas Semiconductor, the DS2120, features zero-temperature-coefficient resistor networks that are laser-trimmed to better than 5 percent accuracy.
2007-07-04 Cypress, InPhase team on holographic storage drive
Cypress Semiconductor and InPhase Technologies have partnered to supply a CMOS image sensor solution for InPhase's Tapestry holographic data storage system
2008-08-06 Cypress vends 2Mbit, 8Mbit nonvolatile SRAMs
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced 2Mbit and 8Mbit nonvolatile static random access memories (nvSRAMs), extending Cypress's nvSRAM portfolio from 16Kbit to 8Mbit
2008-07-03 Cypress sells MEMS subsidiary to Dainippon Screen
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Dainippon Screen Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (DNS) of Kyoto, Japan today announced that DNS has acquired Silicon Light Machines (SLM), a Cypress subsidiary
2008-04-24 Chip streamlines power supply designs
Freescale Semiconductor has added the MC34700 power supply IC to its portfolio of power management products optimized for space-constrained high-voltage and high-power applications
2005-09-08 Apogee, Vitesse offer transmission performance for 10Gbps optical module
Apogee Photonics Inc. and Vitesse Semiconductor have developed a joint reference design that extends 10Gbps transceiver performance to an industrial temperature range
2008-07-10 Agilent expands particle analysis line with acquisition
Agilent Technologies Inc. has acquired Particle Sizing Systems, a privately held company that designs and manufactures instruments that measure the particle size and stability in materials ranging from soft drinks to inkjet inks to semiconductor polishing slurries. Financial terms were not disclosed
2013-12-10 A*STAR MEMS chip offers full circumferential scanning
A MEMS chip developed by A*STAR IME in Singapore offers 360-degree view through the implementation of a new reflector for the scanning laser
2016-04-04 Terahertz system boasts of innovative sensor heads
Berlin-based researchers gave the Terahertz technology a much-needed boost, as the latest development reveals low-cost components and allows easy testing of various components.
2002-11-01 Photonic integration takes a new shift
Changes in achieving silicon optical bench integration raised the issue whether the integration of electronic and photonic components is still necessary.
2006-07-25 MOMS solves DLP app problem
An engineer from the University of Delaware claims to have solved a problem that has prevented wider use of digital light processors in power-sensitive applications.
2002-04-15 Matsushita surface measurement unit called Blu-ray disk system enabler
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. has developed a 3D profilometer that it says is a crucial tool for making the lens for the next-generation Blu-Ray DVD systems.
2006-05-30 Luminent to acquire HG Genuine Opto for $40M
Luminent and Huagong Tech announced that Luminent has agreed to acquire HG Genuine Opto, a fiber optic transceiver manufacturer and subsidiary of HG Tech.
2002-11-27 Innovative optical imaging method seen to lower IC test costs
A group of physicists led by Dr. Caesar A. Saloma of the National Institute of Physics at the University of the Philippines have developed an inexpensive optical imaging technique to detect IC defects.
2006-05-01 Holography system rides single beam
Along with its promise of storing mammoth amounts of data, conventional holography technology presents developers with one big problemit requires two light beams that must be exposed from different directions.
2013-07-19 Design technique cuts dev't time of optical devices
A*STAR Data Storage Institute researchers developed a method that more than doubles the speed of designing optical devices and enables more accurate modelling of increasingly complicated structures.
2014-06-23 ZuGaNG project adopts GaN for voltage converters
The GaN-based high voltage converters reduce the switching losses of power converters due to their high pulse frequency and which work reliably under high pressure and temperature.
2009-06-29 World's 'first' OPV module developed
What is probably the world's first organic photovoltaic (OPV) module was unveiled at PV Japan World Expo.
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