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2008-06-27 Silicon Labs buys analog mixed-signal IC firm for $80M
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Integration Associates, an innovator in analog-intensive, highly integrated ICs, for net $80 million.
2002-05-24 Sensors seen enabling new-age services
Proliferating wireless data transmitters and sensors will be the enablers of a new information revolution, but component and equipment makers will lose out to the collectors and organizers of sensor data if they can't spot the technology's commercial possibilities
2002-10-25 Samsung to construct logic fab in system LSI push
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd expects to invest $3.6 billion in its system-LSI business by 2007, including a dedicated 300mm logic fabrication facility at Onyang, South Korea.
2008-04-02 Samsung business products debut in China
Samsung China has finally launched its complete line of business products and solutions with a traveling exhibition in about 100 cities in China.
2003-09-11 Samsung adopts XSI's chipset as UWB debate heats up
Samsung's Digital Multimedia R&D Center announced it has integrated XtremeSpectrum Inc.'s Trinity UWB chipset into its multimedia platform
2003-04-14 RF Micro launches new design center
RF Micro Devices Inc. has opened a new design center in Colorado, U.S.A.
2007-07-03 RF generator accommodates larger waveforms
Keithley Instruments adds a series of enhancements to its Model 2910 RF vector signal generator, including additional wireless signal generation waveforms and a new power calibration feature
2011-04-28 Researchers push selective encryption to cut battery usage
Dissecting streaming video files to discern those areas that need detailed rendering and those that don't require strong encryption can reduce power consumption in mobile devices.
2009-02-06 Report: TI France workers lament job cuts
According to reports and sources at the company, angry employees at Texas Instrument Inc.'s French subsidiary have held protest in recent days on the job cuts and lackluster severance packages offered by the chipmaker.
2005-01-18 Racal publishes 3GPP Release 4 cellphone test cases
RIWS is now offering 15 of the 22 cellphone test cases outlined in Release 4 (Rel-4), approved by the GCF, and 12 for the PTCRB standards bodies.
2008-08-08 Qualcomm, HuaQin confirm CDMA2000 license deal
Qualcomm Inc. and Shanghai HuaQin Telecom Technology Co. Ltd have signed a subscriber unit license agreement.
2008-09-26 Power meters come with wide bandwidth, high sampling rate
The ML2480B series wideband peak power meters combine wide 20MHz bandwidth and 64MS/s sampling rate that allow the instruments to conduct highly accurate peak power measurements on wireless and military comms signals
2002-04-02 Post acquisition spree, Intel strives for key to comms
Intel Corp. hasn't made heads or tails of the communications industry. As the company bought up startups, it was simply collecting one of everything, with no central strategy for interlocking the pieces.
2003-07-28 Positioning Korean ODM in Chinese market
President and CEO Yang Ki-Gon, advocates spontaneous participation and sense of ownership as key to the company's fast growth.
2003-09-05 Portable, multimedia systems face bright future in China
Wireless communication, HDTV and lithography are the technologies that will have the biggest impact on China's electronics industry over the next 3 years
2004-04-01 Philips licenses graphics accelerator from ARM
Philips Semiconductors has licensed the MBX R-S graphics accelerator core, which is based on the PowerVR MBX 3D graphics solution from Imagination Technologies, for use in Philips' next-generation mobile applications processor
2004-07-23 Philips automotive chip debuts in mainland China
Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics recently developed a series of one-chip wireless devices targeted at mainland China's automotive market
2008-03-19 Perform smart verification of GAN-enabled phones
Mobile phone developers have several opportunities to test their GAN implementations against standards. Early verification of a phone's ability to handle data and voice improves the probability of success during conformance testing.
2010-01-13 Panelists debate IC manufacturing fate
At SEMI's Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS), panelists agreed to disagree on the fate of IC manufacturingabout the future of 450mm fabs, Moore's Law and the R&D funding gap
2008-03-18 Pan-Europe IC powerhouse in the works?
Former STMicroelectronics executive Joseph Borel has proposed for Europe's top three semiconductor companiesNXP Semiconductors, ST, Infineon Technologiesto consolidate and form a unified European chip powerhouse.
2008-04-01 Organic RFID tags to zap bar codes
Researchers from the European Holst Center said their 64bit, inductively coupled, passive RFID tag achieved a record 780bit/s data readout.
2008-11-11 Opinion: ST, NXP ready JV for market setbacks
Reality or as they would have it as the new market realities have claimed 500 jobs at the ST-NXP JV, with the ink hardly dry on the deal that integrated the bulk of the wireless activities on ST and NXP
2007-01-18 NXP withdrawal threatens ST's game plan
NXP's confirmation that it is pulling out of the Crolles semiconductor R&D alliance, is a problem for STMicroelectronics NV and could mean the end of the alliance
2008-09-16 NXP to close fabs with installed redesign plan
A restructuring of manufacturing, R&D and support at NXP, the former Philips semiconductor division, will cost an estimated $800 million, save $550 million annually and affect approximately 4,500 NXP staff, or about 15 percent of its workforce
2008-11-03 NXP seeks leadership in remaining units
NXP Semiconductors announced the restructuring of its manufacturing, R&D and support activities. In an interview, NXP's CEO, Frans van Houten, talked about the causes and consequences of the restructuring measures
2003-03-13 NTT DoCoMo, Samsung partner on GSM/GPRS i-mode handsets
NTT DoCoMo Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd have agreed to jointly develop handsets that are compatible with 2G GSM/GPRS wireless networks
2010-12-02 Nokia Siemens Networks to put up Smart Lab in Korea
Nokia Siemens Networks has just announced its plans to set up a Smart Lab in Korea intent on enhancing smart device-optimized applications, services and networks. The lab is scheduled to open in Q1 2011.
2005-12-05 Nokia expands mobile handset production in China
Nokia announced that it would expand mobile device production in Dongguan, China to meet growing market demand, particularly from the Far East.
2010-01-14 NI tips trend toward FPGA-based systems, HIL simulation
NI's Chandran Nair sees a clear trend toward FPGA-based control systems in the power sector, wireless data acquisition systems and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation
2012-10-31 NI invests in the long term with new Penang facility
While several electronics companies are downsizing this year, National Instruments is betting on the long term with new facilities in Penang. It is also helping develop Singapore's smart grid.
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