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2002-01-31 SMIC boosts monthly capacity with new production line
China wafer foundry Semiconductor Mfg. Int. Corp. (SMIC) has begun mass production using its newly installed high-volume production line.
2013-11-04 Smartphone shipments to reach 250M units in Q3
TrendForce projects smartphone shipments to grow 11.6 per cent QoQ and 36 per cent YoY, while yearly smartphone shipment volume is forecast at 940 million units, a 33.2 per cent increase over 2012.
2010-11-19 Smart energy drives 802.15.4, Zigbee markets
Smart energy is now gaining ground as the largest volume growth opportunity for 802.15.4 and Zigbee, boosting forecasts of chip and module shipments to exceed three quarters of a billion units by 2014, according to In-Stat.
2003-11-24 Skyworks RF system powers BenQ handsets
Skyworks Solutions has begun volume shipments to BenQ of its GPRS RF subsystem, including the iPAC power amplifier module and DCR transceiver.
2004-12-13 Skyworks ramps cdma2000 1X radios at Vitelcom
Skyworks Solutions Inc. has received volume purchase orders for its complete cdma2000 RF subsystem from Grupo Vitelcom, a handset manufacturer in Europe, for mobile phones targeted at Latin America.
2009-06-08 Skyworks buys power amplifier supplier
Skyworks Solutions Inc. has acquired Axiom Microdevices, a volume supplier of CMOS-based power amplifiers for mobile phones.
2006-08-25 Singapore's A*STAR now offers R&D foundry services
Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research is now offering R&D foundry services through its Institute of Microelectronics. The agency said the Institute's R&D foundry would help chipmakers launch prototyping and low-volume production of next-generation products.
2010-06-22 Silicon-validated library tailored for 28nm designs
GlobalFoundries rolls a silicon-validated solution to help customers accelerate time-to-volume for complex SoC designs at 28nm and beyond.
2007-01-18 Silicon Works taps Dongbu for LCD IC production
Korea's Dongbu Electronics has started volume production of 8-inch CMOS wafers of LCD Driver IC (LDI) chips for Silicon Works Co. Ltd, a supplier of display driver IC (DDI) chip solutions.
2011-01-31 Silicon Labs acquires SpectraLinear
In buying SpectraLinear, whose clock products complement its timing product line, Silicon Labs acquires a broad family of ICs that could help it tap the $500 million opportunity in high-volume applications.
2004-10-29 Sharp begins shipping IC modules to Australia for e-passports
Responding to a fast-approaching deadline by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security for global deployment of electronically readable visas, Japan's Sharp Corp. has begun volume shipments of its large-capacity contactless IC module to the Australian government, which recently began an e-passport pilot program.
2007-04-12 Service kicks off at Fujitsu's new 300mm fab
Fujitsu Ltd. has begun operating its second 300mm wafer fab for 65nm chip fabrication. Volume shipments will begin in July.
2002-05-10 ServerWorks low-cost servers get fast South bridge
ServerWorks Corp. has begun volume shipments of its CSB6 Champion South bridge, which extends to lower-cost servers the features of the company's Grand Champion system I/O core logic chipsets.
2006-03-16 Sensors shoot for cameras
Vendors are rolling out CMOS image sensors that promise to bring entry-level, high-volume camera phones from the VGA dark ages into the megapixel era.
2014-05-07 Sensing, computation provide a boon to embedded camera
The embedded camera is continuously evolving, presently acquiring thirst for depth detection and computing. This is expected to increase volume shipments by twofold at over 2.7 billion in 2017, according to ABI Research.
2004-09-14 Semtech MicroBuddy IC onboard at TiVo
Semtech Corp. has shipped its MicroBuddy microcontroller support IC in volume quantities to TiVo Inc. for inclusion in the company's TiVo Series2 digital video recorder (DVR).
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.
2012-05-11 SEMI: Q1 wafer shipments show slight improvement
"The first quarter of the year tends to be a time for seasonal softness for silicon shipment volume, though quarterly shipments did improve some compared to the fourth quarter," said Bruce Kellerman, chairman of SEMI SMG.
2011-06-10 SEMI: 2011 fab tool spending to hit record $44B
This year, fab equipment spending will grow 31 percent due to companies' increased capex guidance, while spending on new fabs will drop 3 percent due to the historically low volume of new fab construction.
2002-11-11 SEMCO purchases 1M CSR Bluetooth chips
CSR has signed a volume price agreement with Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. Ltd.
2007-04-25 Secure MCUs roll for 2.5G, 3G mobile SIM cards
STMicroelectronics has introduced two new secure MCUs designed for high-volume 2.5G and 3G mobile-phone SIM cards.
2013-09-05 Sand 9's MEMS timing chips built for mobile apps
Sand 9's TM361 and TM061 are designed to meet the stringent performance, cost, size and reliability requirements of high-volume mobile applications such as 3G/4G cellular and GPS/GNSS.
2005-07-12 Samsung to launch 8G, 9G LCD operations in 2007, 2009
Leading electronics maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced its plans to begin operation at its 8G TFT-LCD facility by the second half of 2007 while its 9G plant is slated to begin volume production by 2009.
2004-11-15 Samsung SDI to commence 80-inch PDP mass production
South Korea-based panel maker Samsung SDI Co. Ltd will commence volume production of its 80-inch plasma display panel (PDP) modules at its third line before the end of this month.
2004-11-02 Samsung readies 72Mb SRAMs for routers, switches
Samsung Electronics will start volume production during the first half of next year of a 72Mb quad data rate (QDR) II SRAM that it is targeting at next generation network routers and switches.
2005-11-09 Samsung Electronics licenses StarCore processors
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. System LSI Division, has licensed the StarCore SC1000 and SC2000 families of processor cores from StarCore LLC. Samsung plans to use StarCore processor technology in a variety of high-volume products, for applications ranging from communications to mobile multimedia
2006-03-15 Samsung begins producing 80nm DDR2 memory
Samsung Electronics announced early this week it has begun volume production of double data rate (DDR)-2 DRAM chips using 80nm processes.
2014-03-11 Sample handling robot raises ALD systems' productivity
Picosun taps industrial robotics to improve the processing times of ALDs in high volume manufacturing applications.
2005-12-02 Safety relay with 275mW coil capacity
Elesta Relays extended its SIS range of safety relays with the type SIS112 for applications that require a high type of protection, small design volume and a minimal coil capacity.
2011-12-13 S4 processor offering, dev't platform enable next-gen smartphones
The company's new Snapdragon S4 additions and reference design development platform integrates dual-core processing and 3G connectivity to high volume smartphones.
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