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2008-11-10 ST-NXP Wireless restructures, plans 500 job cuts
With today's market outlook appearing quite different than it did just a few months ago, ST-NXP Wireless is taking necessary action to adapt its R&D resources and cost structure to the new business conditions in the industry.
2012-04-25 ST-Ericsson sacking 1,700, moving processors to ST
The mobile chip joint venture between ST and Ericsson said it would transfer its standalone application processor activities to ST, and announced guidelines for a new strategic direction.
2007-07-12 ST to shut down U.S. manufacturing operations
Over the next two or three years, ST will wind down operations at its older wafer fabs in Texas and Arizona, and move these to less-expensive plants abroad.
2005-09-26 ST to invest $500 million in Singapore
Alleviating fears about its fab efforts in China, STMicroelectronics Inc. said that it remains committed to Singapore and is on target to invest $500 million in the city state, according to a report from The Business Times.
2005-06-10 ST reveals plan to cut 2,300 jobs in Europe
STMicroelectronics NV presented plans to cut 2,300 European jobs by mid-2006 to its European Work Council, the company said. This means that Europe is set to bear the largest part of a planned cut of 3,000 jobs outside Asia that ST announced May 16
2005-04-28 ST halts open-source FPGA project
Pulling the plug on an ambitious open-source FPGA hardware and software project, STMicroelectronics confirmed that it will stop development of its Generalized Open Source Programmable Logic (GOSPL) technology and pursue further programmable logic development through third-party partnerships.
2009-01-29 ST cost-cutting scheme affects 4,500 jobs
STMicroelectronics Inc. has outlined a major cost-cutting effort in 2009, which includes plans to shed 4,500 jobs amid loss and poor outlook.
2013-02-21 SSIA: MEMS to go mainstream this year
In an exclusive interview with EE Times Asia, SSIA talks about the promising market segments of 2013 as well as the impact of Singapore's electronics-focused policies.
2009-03-03 Spansion files for bankruptcy
NOR flash supplier Spansion Inc. has filed for bankruptcy amid growing anger among former employees at the company.
2007-08-16 Southeast Asia turns into prime EMS hub
In varying degrees throughout the region, Southeast Asia is becoming a prime location for design and engineering services, highly sophisticated supply chains and complex product manufacturing.
2008-12-11 Sony outlines initiatives to improve profitability
Sony Corp. has embarked on a series of measures to strengthen its corporate structure and bolster profitability across the Sony Group. These initiatives are in response to the sudden and rapid changes in the global economic environment.
2012-04-18 Sony details "One Sony" strategy
Part of Hirai's game plan to bring Sony back on track is to focus on strengthening three of the company's core businesses: digital imaging, gaming and mobile products.
2010-08-27 Solar slicing shop increases capacity
First Philec Solar Corp. announces that by September 2010 it will have 87 wiresaws slicing about 220 million wafers a year, or about 540MW.
2008-11-11 Soitec opens 300mm wafer fab in Singapore
Soitec has inaugurated its new 300mm silicon-on-insulator wafer fab in new Pasir Ris Wafer Fab Park, Singapore.
2011-09-21 SOHO smartphone buying sees 44% growth
While the smartphone market shows strong growth in SOHO, non-smartphone unit purchases are set to decline, says In-Stat.
2006-11-06 Skill shortage, labor costs challenge India design
An inadequate number of skilled engineers due to lack of specialized institutes and advanced technical courses poses a big barrier to the growth of India's VLSI design business for the next two years.
2010-05-05 Six reasons why new Renesas will succeed
Renesas Electronics America president and CEO, Dan Mahoney believes the new and combined Renesas Technology has the right formula, products and technologies.
2003-07-24 Sirenza consolidates HQ, manufacturing operations
Sirenza Microdevices has relocated its corporate headquarters and integrated two of its manufacturing facilities.
2011-10-12 Singapore school promotes cloud education
Singapore Polytechnic has launched a cloud computing center that will offer training in virtualization, enterprise computing and data center management.
2005-09-28 Singapore prime minister stresses design
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that the city state will boost its R&D investments in technology and urged domestic companies to step up their efforts in design to remain competitive.
2011-10-12 Singapore launches manufacturing tech hub
Singapore has launched a technology center that will provide engineers with technical knowledge on operational assessment and productivity advancement.
2002-05-16 Silicon wafer shipment up 15 percent in Q1'02
The worldwide silicon wafer area shipments improved by almost 15 percent during the first quarter of 2002 vs. the fourth quarter of 2001, according to SEMI.
2007-02-08 Silicon Image licenses Sunplus' DTV technology
Silicon Image has entered a $40 million cross-licensing agreement to use and further develop Sunplus Technology's intellectual property for video processors and DTV products.
2009-03-16 Signs point to semiconductor rehab
It may be too early to declare a recovery in the IC market, but there are suddenly signs of life in the arena.
2008-07-09 Siemens CEO confirms major restructuring, hints job cuts
Siemens CEO has confirmed that a major restructuring is on the cards, after reports circulated that the company is set to lay off 17,000 workers, according Agence France Presse.
2012-03-08 Shining the spotlight on Malaysia's LED industry
The Malaysian government is fiercely promoting the LED industry in multiple ways. The ecosystem calls for more efforts to bring down the prices to a competitive level for the local manufacturer.
2013-09-06 Sharp aims for doubled production in Indonesia facility
Sharp wants to establish a stable production supply in Indonesia and sees its newly-opened Karawang Plant as one of the key drivers for business expansion in the ASEAN region.
2015-08-14 Shake up in cellphone industry spells job losses
While Lenovo is laying-off thousands due to poorly performing Motorola, HTC is aiming to cut operating costs with the same move. Is this part of a larger trend?
2003-03-11 SEZ Group shifts towards single-wafer-technology
The SEZ Group has taken steps to focus its resources on single-wafer wet surface preparation technology, which includes closing its wet bench production facility in Donaueschingen, Germany.
2002-10-04 Sequence Design: Taiwan primed for growth
In my view, one of the driving forces behind this robust IC design community is Taiwan's consistently strong systems-design industry. While Taiwan remain resolute proponents of a global supply chain, there seems to be a great deal of interest and investment going towards developing local sources for ICs that leverage the island nation's native engineering talent and state-of-the-art fab capacity.
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