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2010-10-19 Dongbu expands despite unstable market
The company expects to grow by up to 40 percent in 2010, and plans to enter automotive and industrial foundry segments.
2009-11-02 Dongbu aims to be analog foundry powerhouse
South Korea foundry Dongbu HiTek Co. Ltd is looking for respect in the foundry business and aims at being the "TSMC" in analog and mixed-signal.
2002-04-12 Cypress moves 9Mb dual-port RAM into production
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. said it has started volume production of a 9Mb dual-port RAM that the company calls the highest density memory of its kind.
2002-10-16 Cirrus decoder supports multifunction DVD players
Cirrus Logic's latest decoder IC is designed for use in high-end DVD systems featuring multiple functions.
2008-09-01 Chip R&D treads shaky ground
Amid continued debate on whether semiconductor R&D is an endangered species or is successfully evolving to adapt to changing realities, Intermolecular Inc. and Semiconductor Research Corp. braved the debacle, with each announcing their own R&D initiatives. Intermolecular reported on a memory R&D pilot line, while SRC described emerging programs in analog, energy, medical and multicore.
2012-07-26 Boon and burden for Micron's Elpida buy
Micron's buyout of Elpida is expected to boost its DRAM production volume to about 370,000 wafer starts per month over the long term, but risks remain, according to IHS.
2013-11-14 BASF to open electronic materials center in South Korea
Located within the SKKU campus about 30km from Seoul, the facility will serve as an integrated hub for electronic materials research in the region, scheduled to open in 2014.
2005-01-04 austriamicro's Full Service Foundry introduces digital libraries
austriamicro's Full Service Foundry now offers digital libraries including standard cells, I/Os and memory compilers free of charge to its customers.
2004-11-24 austriamicro rolls out 'industry's most economical OTP memory'
austriamicro's business unit Full Service Foundry announced a further extension of its foundry IP & technology portfolio.
2004-07-06 ATMI sells fab services to Materials Support
ATMI Inc. has sold its semiconductor fabrication plant parts cleaning services business, &quote;Fab Services,&quote; to Materials Support Resources (Delaware) Inc. effective June 30, 2004.
2004-02-09 Artisan releases Metro platform for portable IC design
Artisan Components' Metro platform is designed for portable IC design.
2009-10-21 Analysis: Is IBM turning over key IC tech to China?
IBM Corp. has struck its second major chip deal in China, leaving questions on if the company is handing over technology to that nation without thinking about the possible consequences.
2010-06-24 Analysis: Can Spansion pull off a comeback?
Spansion Inc. is looking to make a big comeback. But will it succeed this time around? Or is it doomed to failagain? Analysts are mixed about the NOR flash maker's future prospects.
2009-05-21 AnalogicTech stays 'fabless without foundries'
To explain the current issues in analog, EE Times caught up with Richard Williams, president, CEO and chief technology officer of Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc., a fabless analog chip vendor.
2007-11-15 Analog renders ultrasizzling 3G phone
The N95 gets anointed in Nokia's marketing as a "multimedia computer," but in one view, it's the still the analog IC that sets it apart.
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.
2013-11-15 Ams offers cost-efficient IC prototyping service
The prototyping service, known as Multi-Project Wafer (MPW) or shuttle run, claims to deliver significant cost advantages for foundry customers.
2008-11-21 Actel turns to UMC for 65nm eFlash FPGAs
Actel Corp. has tapped United Microelectronics Corp.'s (UMC) foundry service for the production of its next-generation flash-based FPGAs.
2008-05-23 ABI: RFID to become $9.7B market in 2013
New forecasts released by ABI Research indicate that the total RFID market will turn over approximately $9.7 billion by 2013, representing roughly a 15 percent CAGR for the period from 2008.
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