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2014-07-15 TESA: Thailand needs to expand skilled IC workforce
The Thai Embedded Systems Association sees a growth potential in the automotive firmware market, which requires growing a pool of skilled IC design engineers.
2012-05-07 Tensilica expands R&D hub in India, plans to increase workforce
As the company's R&D unit has now transferred to a new building, the company is planning to double the workforce of the center to at least 50 percent
2014-08-01 Osram to cut workforce as lighting market turns dark
Osram will cut 7,800 jobs globally, some 22 per cent of its global workforce of about 35,000 employees, amid the drop in conventional illuminants such as incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes
2008-02-06 Cisco helps India beef up network engineering workforce
Cisco announced plans to help India increase its number of networking engineers from about 60,000 to 360,000 in five years by training and certifying engineers on Cisco technologies
2002-11-21 Pericom to increase outsourcing activities
Pericom Semiconductor Corp. has announced the company's restructuring agenda, resulting from the decision to outsource more manufacturing and support-related activities to Asia-based subcontractors.
2008-08-15 MIPS to slash 15% of workforce
MIPS Technologies Inc. will lay off 15 percent of its 512 employees following a $103.1 million write off it is taking, mainly against the analog business it recently acquired with Chipidea.
2009-01-07 Buzz: Will Samsung increase DRAM prices
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is mulling a plan to raise its DRAM prices, while Taiwan's suppliers have cut production, according to an analyst.
2008-08-05 Atmel plans to trim down France workforce
More cutbacks at Atmel Corp are being prepared as the chipmaker seeks to cut up to 210 workers in its fab operations in France.
2009-03-03 Intel dips $62.9M R&D investment in Ireland
Intel Corp. plans to invest over 50 million euros ($62.9 million) in a major expansion at its R&D facility in the Shannon Free Zone in Co. Clare, according to IDA Ireland.
2012-11-30 Inland Chinese cities gaining electronics business
As developmental coastal cities become more costly, foreign companies are shifting investments in Chinese cities like Chengdu and Xi'an which offer similar skilled workforce
2012-12-14 Analyst: All-robot manufacturing floor in the near future
Engineering consultant Douglas Alexander explains that technology exists today that makes it possible to operate a manufacturing line without human labour.
2006-05-24 U.S. engineers still competitive vs China, India
U.S. engineers are holding their own, at least for now, compared with their counterparts in China and India, concludes Duke University testimony presented this month to Congress' Committee on Education and the Workforce
2004-05-26 Taiwan Nitto to boost production
With the construction of its new polarizer film plant underway, Taiwan Nitto Optical Co. Ltd plans to increase its output this year
2011-12-13 Seagate opens new Korat factory
The new facility is expected to increase Seagate's read/write-head production by up to 40 percent
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
2008-01-02 Japan is now open to outsourcing
The slowing economic climate, aging Japanese workforce, and declining pool of skilled IT and business university graduates are challenging the country's executives to rethink outsourcing
2005-10-26 Intel invests $650 million to expand 300mm fab
Continuing its strategy to increase 300mm manufacturing capacity, semiconductor supplier Intel Corp. announced Monday (Oct. 24) it would invest $650 million to expand an existing fab in Rio Rancho, N.M., called Fab 11X
2014-01-20 Intel CEO overestimated PC chip demand
After dropping three percent YoY in Q3, Intel's PC CPU division sales, which accounted for 62 percent of revenue, were flat YoY in Q4, logging an operating profit increase of 20 percent to $3.4 billion
2003-12-17 Infineon expands U.S. development facility
Infineon Technologies AG has announced that they have increased its workforce by 40 percent to 100 employees at its Williston development center in the U.S., and intends to invest $10 million in the facility by the end of 2004
2011-07-26 Escatec to expand R&D initiatives
Swiss design and manufacturing firm Escatec is planning to increase its R&D activities and turnover over the next five years
2007-06-28 Economists urge Israel government to boost R&D support
Israeli economists are calling for the government to significantly increase its support for Israel's technology research and development sector
2011-08-09 Cisco, ITE Singapore bring virtual education to ICT
With the aim to produce an industry-ready workforce, Cisco and Singapore's ITE will set up a center to host education through increased use of networking and collaboration infrastructure
2006-12-11 Cisco announces updates on $1.1B investment in India
Cisco Systems reported the on-going implementation of its $1.1 billion investment in India, citing key projects such as strengthen its presence and R&D operations, as well as plans triple its workforce in the region over the next three to five years
2011-12-21 Chip execs' confidence weakening
Chip executives are seeing less growth in profitability and slow improvements in R&D spending and workforce growth
2014-12-22 Beyonics pumps $10 million in new Johor facility
In building a new facility at i-Park@Indahpura, Beyonics is integrating its mechanical and electronics capabilities to increase operational efficiency and allow for future expansion
2007-12-03 Avnet Logistics gains stronger foothold in Asia
Moving beyond traditional services and revitalizing its workforce made for a winning strategy for Avnet Logistics to secure a foothold in the global supply chain market
2014-10-10 Uninterrupted supply chain: Streamlining for protection
Executives must insulate supply chains from unplanned events that could lead to disruption, which, in turn, translates to opportunities to engage more with sourcing partners to protect business.
2003-01-02 Unaxis opens office in Shanghai
Unaxis has opened an office in China named Unaxis Shanghai Co. Ltd to act as the company's data storage facility.
2003-01-03 Unaxis opens office in Shanghai
Unaxis has opened an office in China named Unaxis Shanghai Co. Ltd. Unaxis Shanghai will handle the marketing of semiconductor, display, data storage and optical components.
2005-11-18 U.S. electronics companies in Malaysia register Q3 growth
U.S. electronics manufacturers in Malaysia registered steady growth in exports for the third quarter despite lingering uncertainties affecting the sector, the Malaysian American Electronics Industry (MAEI) group reported.
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