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2008-02-20 Solar industry dynamics to change wafer vendors' game
According to Semico Research, silicon wafer vendors are under pressure from current demand and the new dynamics in the solar cell industry.
2011-02-09 Silicon wafer revenue grew 43% in 2010
According to SEMI, silicon wafer revenue in 2010 were up 43 percent from the previous year and is set to grow 5.9 percent in 2011. It also noted that growth was strong for all wafer diameters
2002-12-23 Silicon wafer market to see increased demands in '03
Silicon wafer demand will begin a major expansion between 2H of 2003 and 2004, as it will be driven by a combination of a recovery of device demand and the startup of 300mm fabs, according to Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner Inc
2003-06-03 Silicon wafer market makes rebound in '02
Worldwide silicon wafer revenue totaled $5.7 billion in 2002, an increase of 5.2 percent from 2001 revenue of $5.4 billion, according to Gartner Inc
2014-05-19 Silicon photonics oil the works for high-speed switching
Optical components are integrated with multi-chip modules using packaging advancements with micro bumps and module substrates. The next target is to scale the technology in a cost-efficient approach.
2014-10-10 Wafer foundry market teeters on edge of growth
The market's growth has fluctuated between a high of 39.4 per cent in 2010 and a low of 6.8 per cent in 2013, due mainly to the differentiation in wafer foundry industry
2014-05-14 Sensor chipsets mfg costs same across various vendors
ST, Bosch Sensortec and InvenSense are taking very different routes yet spending roughly the same amount to produce nine-axis inertial measurement units, according to System Plus Consulting.
2006-10-26 NAND vendors optimistic despite slowdown
Gartner Inc. last week slashed its 2006 NAND flash memory growth forecast by a whopping $1.5 billion, and predicted a sluggish market for 2007.
2007-11-05 IBM recycles scrap silicon wafer into solar panels
IBM has announced a new semiconductor wafer reclamation process that uses a specialized pattern removal technique to repurpose scrap semiconductor wafers to a form used to manufacture silicon-based solar panels
2005-07-29 Foundry wafer prices to fall through 2005
The silicon foundry industry remains embroiled in a subtle but damaging price war for select products and processes
2008-09-30 Asian start-ups to get hold of silicon shuttle services
HKSTP and e-Shuttle Inc. have signed an agreement to provide silicon shuttle services for start-up IC design houses in Asia
2008-10-24 450mm wafer standard gets industry nod
Hoping to accelerate the development of 450mm fabs, International Sematech and others have formulated a preliminary standard for 450mm silicon wafers
2008-07-14 Sematech: 450mm program is on track
International Sematech is moving full speed ahead with its 450mm programs, but the question is whether the industry can meet its lofty goals in building 450mm fabs by 2012.
2008-06-12 Samsung gains edge in 450mm technology
Sources said the first 450mm tool, which is believed to be a R&D prototype, is said to go to South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2010-03-24 Quantum films to displace CMOS sensors in digicams?
Quantum films can image scenes with more pixel resolution, offering 4x better sensitivity for ultrahigh-resolution sensors that are cheaper to manufacture, according to InVisage Inc.
2006-12-18 Polysilicon shortage could persist
The polysilicon shortage that has plagued the solar-cell industry for two years is worse than once thought, may persist through the end of the decade, and could affect the silicon wafer industry starting next year, analysts warn
2005-09-13 More shortages seen for polysilicon
re shortages seen for polysilicon
2009-03-10 Bad news for Japan tool, materials markets
The book-to-bill ratio for Japanese fab tool vendors was 0.55 for January, down from 0.70 in December, according to the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan
2010-06-01 VLSI: 450mm has a long way to go
Countering some reports, the move to 450mm fabs is still unlikely for the foreseeable future due to costs, according to VLSI Research Inc.
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
2003-01-02 The truth about 300mm
The move to 300mm wafers will leave fewer companies owning their own fabs; the few that can fill 300mm fabs will pull increasingly ahead of direct competitors that choose to use foundries.
2013-05-28 The era of Moore's law winding down, says Broadcom's CTO
Henry Samueli, Broadcom's chief technology officer, believes that once Moore's Law ends, standard CMOS silicon transistors will stop scaling around 5 nm and everything will plateau
2006-01-02 Startup promises DFM-aware IC router
Startup Pyxis Technology Inc. has announced plans to field a design-for-manufacturability-aware IC router.
2005-08-19 Soaring tool costs to delay 450mm fabs
Soaring IC-equipment development costs could push out the appearance of next-generation 450mm wafer fabs to between 2020 and 2025a delay of more than a decade from its current schedule, warned an analyst at VLSI Research Inc
2005-08-22 Soaring tool costs to delay 450mm fabs
Soaring IC-equipment development costs could push out the appearance of next-generation 450mm wafer fabs to between 2020 and 2025 ? a delay of more than a decade from its current schedule, warned an analyst at VLSI Research Inc
2016-03-17 SiC ready: X-Fab offers 6in SiC from Texas foundry
X-Fab has upgraded the manufacturing process at its wafer fab in Lubbock, Texas, in order to start supplying 6in SiC wafers
2010-05-27 Semico: Shift to 450mm is inevitable
The probability that the semiconductor industry will shift to 450mm silicon wafers in manufacturing has increased significantly, however, the chance of achieving volume production by the original target date of 2012 is remote
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
2007-08-01 New techs raise bar for camera size, sensitivity
Technology developments announced by Tessera Inc. and Eastman Kodak Co. promise to satisfy consumers' insatiable appetite for smaller-form-factor and higher-performance cameras.
2006-10-02 Migration to 90nm faster than expected
Despite the challenges, the transition to 90nm designs is proceeding more smoothly than the earlier move to 130nm design rules.
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