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2010-11-18 Semiconductor equipment industry flounders
The semiconductor equipment industry has been experiencing tough times since 2007 and is in a difficult position to face today's challenging economic conditions.
2012-04-26 SEMI, SSIA reveal winners of electronics innovations contest
Aiming to grow the future talent pool for the electronics industry, the organizations awarded the winners of the video competition 'Future of Electronics Innovations' during the recent SEMICON Singapore.
2012-03-12 SEMI, SSIA launch electronics outreach program
The Young Talent Outreach Program was developed by SEMI and SSIA to excite students about developments in the electronics industry.
2011-05-13 SEMI forecasts strong growth for A-PAC chip industry
SEMI forecasts the fab spending in Southeast Asia to grow 43.8 percent year-on-year with positive demand in the electronics sector, especially for mobile devices.
2004-06-08 Seagate, Sun take steps to cut costs
Seagate Technology and Sun Microsystems Inc. took separate steps to reduce costs.
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.
2003-07-04 Seagate expands its Singapore facility
Seagate Technology Inc. has announced plans for a $200M investment to expand its recording media manufacturing plant in Singapore.
2008-02-01 Saving Moore's Law and reinventing transistors
Intel CEO Paul Otellini talks about surprising performance-per-watt gains from its hafnium transistors, the future of mobile and ultra-mobile devices and of course, all the big issues that affect Intel's channel.
2014-05-21 Samsung, Toshiba launch all-out 3D NAND production efforts
Both companies are gearing up for the production of 3D NAND devices, with Samsung in China and Toshiba in Japan, in preparation for the market that is believed to take off in the second half of 2015.
2006-05-22 Samsung sets up new LED research center
Samsung Electro-mechanics and Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology announced their jointly established LED research center located at the institute's New Material Engineering building.
2014-12-03 Samsung sells fibre optics business to focus on smartphones
Samsung Electronics has reached a definitive agreement with U.S. speciality glassmaker Corning to sell its fibre optics segment in order to focus on its core business, the smartphones.
2005-09-27 Samsung reportedly mulls purchase of LSI Logic fab
LSI Logic is working with city and state government agencies in Oregon to help lure South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd to the state, according to a report published Friday (Sept. 26) by the Portland Business Journal.
2014-11-20 Samsung recruits science, tech grads to boost software dev't
Graduates of science and engineering courses are filling up job vacancies at several affiliate companies of South Korea's technology giant Samsung Group.
2012-04-11 Samsung plans $7B NAND fab in China
The South Korean electronics firm is reported to have said that it will spend $2.3 billion on the first stage of construction of the facility in Xian, a city in the northwest of China.
2005-10-12 Samsung Electro-Mechanics eyes LED market
Korean electronics parts maker Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEM) plans to branch out into LED (light-emitting diodes) backlight unit (BU) and the LED market for illuminating homes and buildings from next year, the company said.
2005-10-03 Samsung breaks ground on $33 billion chip campus
Samsung Electronics broke ground on a second round of construction at its Hwaseong semiconductor facility.
2012-11-23 Samsung bets big on Malaysia
Samsung plans to further develop facilities and services in Malaysia to create its largest operations outside of South Korea. Political and economic stability in Malaysia is the driving force behind Samsung's interest, according to SDI CEO Park Sang Jin.
2011-06-08 Russia falls behind other BRICs nations
The World Economic Forum has reported that Russia is not utilizing its key assets and is being left out in terms of growth level by other BRICs nations such as China, India and Brazil.
2006-02-21 Rudolph Tech completes merger with August Tech
Rudolph Technologies, a developer of high-performance process control metrology, defect inspection and data analysis systems used by semiconductor device manufacturers, has announced that its merger with August Technology has been completed.
2016-04-14 Robotic process automation streamlines logistics
Businesses who have integrated Robotic Process Automation in their operations has helped allow their business process evolve into a more efficient one, consequently noting a significant decrease in profit loss.
2008-12-24 RFMD to lower manufacturing costs
RF Micro Devices Inc. intends to streamline its operations and reduce GaAs semiconductor manufacturing costs. RFMD expects the actions will begin to take effect in the March 2009 quarter and will positively impact cash flow in RFMD's fiscal 2010.
2008-05-08 RFMD restructures, veers away from wireless systems
RFMD is reducing its investments in wireless systems, including cellular transceivers and GPS solutions, to focus on core IC component opportunities, including cellular front ends and other components.
2007-06-22 RFID looks good to tech firms, vague to customers
Technology companies are ready to offer RFID products, but consumers have been slow to embrace radio-frequency identification, says survey.
2005-03-03 RF Micro to discontinue WLAN chipset efforts
RF Micro Devices Inc. on Monday (Feb. 28) said that it will discontinue its internal
2008-11-07 Restructuring befalls Cadence
Cadence will undergo restructuring, which is designed to refine the company's strategy, streamline the business and improve operational execution and financial performance.
2008-01-25 Report: Vietnam SMBs to spend $1.4B on ICT
The latest study by AMI-Partners found that small and medium businesses in Vietnam are on track to spend more than $1.4 billion on information and communications technology in 2008.
2007-11-27 Report: Regulatory hurdles top 2008 business risks
Regulatory and compliance risk is the greatest strategic challenge facing global businesses in 2008, according to a new report from Ernst & Young.
2008-04-24 Report: India design market hit $6B in 2007
A study by ISA reported that India's design services market grew to $6 billion in 2007, up from $4.6 billion in the previous year.
2008-03-14 Report: Asian firms eye Motorola handset biz
With Motorola's prominent competitors all turned up their noses at the idea of acquiring its ailing mobile handset operation, there appears to be growing interest among smaller Asian telecommunications companies about working with Motorola.
2012-06-20 Renesas to drop mobile subsidiary
Reports have surfaced that Renesas is considering selling off or closing at least 10 of its 19 domestic manufacturing plants over the next three years.
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