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2007-04-12 Niche markets put Tower back in business
Tower Semiconductor's turnaround story stands out because it is a testament to keen operational strategy and marketing.
2007-09-14 Jazz fortifies post in analog, mixed-signal markets
Jazz Semiconductorhas announced its Analog-Intensive Mixed-Signal initiative to strengthen its position in price/performance and power consumption for specialty CMOS technologies and quicken time-to-revenue for analog-intensive products
2007-03-01 IP options grow for new processes
Silicon foundry specialist Jazz Semiconductor Inc. is expanding its portfolio of intellectual property (IP) cores for its recently launched 0.13?m RF process
2008-05-15 IBM moves Cell processor to 65nm
IBM has announced PowerXCell, the next-generation version of its Cell processor that uses 65nm process technology and specifically geared for computer servers
2004-11-22 Honeywell takes hold of Mitsubishi's stake in Gem Microelectronic
Honeywell has acquired Mitsubishi Chemical America's 40 percent stake in GEM Microelectronics Materials, giving Honeywell sole ownership of the venture.
2009-09-29 GlobalFoundries adjusts 32nm SOI roadmap
GlobalFoundries Inc. has updated its process roadmap, which appears to have slipped for its separate 32nm and 45-/40nm offerings
2002-02-22 Ashland electronic chemical plants receive QS 9000 certification
Ashland Specialty Chemical Co., a division of Ashland Inc., has received QS 9000 certification for its manufacturing plants located in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and South Korea. These plants produce wet-process chemicals and photoresist strippers for the semiconductor industry.
2003-07-02 Air Products to acquire ASC business
Air Products and Chemicals Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Electronic Chemicals business of Ashland Specialty Chemical (ASC) Co
2008-09-12 eMemory, MagnaChip team on non-volatile memory IP
eMemory Technology Inc. and MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd have partnered on Neobit-embedded non-volatile memory (NVM) intellectual property, which received final verification to be applied in CMOS logic and high-voltage processes.
2010-07-06 WiSpry, IBM co-develop tunable RF MEMS
WiSpry Inc. and IBM are collaborating to develop MEMS process technology and manufacture its tunable RF product roadmap
2015-09-21 TSMC heats up 10nm engine, preps 16nm for 2017
TSMC has gotten off to a slow start with its 16nm FinFET process and has also announced plans for specialty RRAM and MRAM memories that would act as alternatives to embedded flash.
2010-03-04 TowerJazz helps boost Korea IC design
TowerJazz has signed an agreement with Korea's IC Design Education Center (IDEC) to accelerate the country's specialty IC design expertise
2009-08-17 Intersil, Tower ink power management deal
Intersil and Tower Semiconductor have partnered to co-develop a power management specialty process technology platform.
2010-01-19 X-FAB puts $1.5M into Semprius
Semprius' technology for "point-of-use electronics" enables a faster and less expensive manufacturing process
2003-07-04 UMC, HBA announce 90nm silicon success
Semiconductor foundry UMC and High Bandwidth Access (HBA) have announced the successful prototyping of the latter's IC based on the foundry's 90nm process
2006-01-04 Tower churns out Zoran Cascade2 chip
Tower Semiconductor announced that it has begun manufacturing Zoran's Cascade2 demodulator chip at Tower's FAB2, using 0.18?m process
2004-05-26 TI video switches optimize RGB, composite video
TI has announced the addition of two new Specialty Switches to its TS family of signal switches - the TS5V330 and the TS3V330
2006-07-17 They're not the Valleyand that's the point
Silicon Valley is no longer the end of the rainbow for companies in search of R&D talent, advanced research opportunities, submicron-process expertise or applications development prowess
2011-05-24 Test results exceed specs for new oscilloscope platform
A test done for ASICs designed in IBM's 8HP silicon germanium (SiGe) BiCMOS Specialty Foundry technology has shown promising results for a new oscilloscope platform of Tektronix Inc
2015-11-13 Strong performance allows SMIC to defy chip downturn
SMIC, China's largest foundry, said its capacity is fully utilised, and aims to develop a range of specialised versions of its most advanced 28nm process technology for such applications as RF
2010-05-07 Radar detector packs location-aware features
Without specialty ASICs, but with beautiful RF engineering, the Escort 9500ix seems to own the top spot in radar/laser detectors for now
2006-09-07 Korean foundry develops 130nm CMOS image sensors
Dongbu Electronics announced early this week that it has completed development of an advanced CMOS image sensor process at the 130nm node together with Electronics & Telecom Co. Ltd
2004-07-23 IR completes acquisition of ATMI epitaxial operation
Power management provider International Rectifier Corp. (IR) has completed the acquisition of the specialty silicon epitaxial services business of ATMI Inc. located in Mesa, Arizona
2010-07-23 Hynix accelerates DRAM migration to 40-nm
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. reported record sales for Q2 2010 and disclosed that it will be focusing on accelerating migration to the 40-nm-class process in its DRAM business. Plans for its NAND business include mass production of 20-nm-class process in 2H 2010
2012-04-03 eMemory, HLMC join in high voltage fabrication
The firms revealed that eMemory's One Time Programmable technology, NeoBit, has completed silicon IP verification in HLMC's 55nm high-voltage process
2012-03-22 Biosensor market gains momentum, to reach $16.8B by 2018
The continual research and development efforts being undertaken would go a long way in making sure that biosensor technology would continue to evolve as the years come, with faster, more specific and high specialty applications
2005-07-18 Variables dictate 'right' SoC-SiP mix for phones
The right mix of SiP and SoC will depend on many factors&mdasj;most critical is cost
2015-12-01 TowerJazz inks deal to buy Maxim's wafer fab
The agreement is expected to boost TowerJazz's global wafer manufacturing capacity, cost-effectively increasing production by nearly 28,000 wafers per month.
2004-07-19 Xeltek support engine increases productivity
Xeltek has collaborated with leading distributors to implement an online device support search engine that's directly accessible from distributors' websites.
2007-06-29 Winbond, Qimonda extend memory production deal
Winbond Electronics and Qimonda AG have signed an agreement to further expand their existing cooperation for the production of memory chips.
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