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2007-11-27 Slight increase in chipmaking equipment billings noted
SEMI reported that global semiconductor manufacturing equipment billings reached $11.13 billion in Q3 07. This marks a 1 percent q-on-q increase, as well as a 1 percent y-on-uptake.
2008-11-24 Slowdown hits Japan fab-tool market, too
Japanese-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted a book-to-bill ratio of 0.81 in October, down from 0.95 in September, according to the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan.
2010-04-15 VLSI sees IC shortage, inventory growth
The semiconductor industry is recovering but there are signs of growing chip inventories in the channels, according to VLSI Research Inc.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2008-06-23 Reports point to bleak IC, fab-tool markets
The mid-year data from market research firms indicate gloomy IC and fab-tool industries for 2008.
2002-12-26 Motorola security technology deployed in SAICS
Motorola Inc. has announced that they will provide the Southwest Alabama Integrated Criminal Justice System (SAICS) with ten LiveScan Station 3000's (LSS 3000) to be used throughout southwest Alabama.
2006-06-12 Gartner sees slowdown in IC industry
Gartner Inc. reiterated its bullish chip forecast for 2006, but the market research firm sees a slowdown and consolidation in the IC industry.
2009-10-29 Beyer remains optimistic but wary about IC market
Freescale financial performance improved on a sequential basis in Q3 but CEO Rich Beyer is still reluctant to project a bullish outlook for the industry due to worries over the strength of the expansion.
2014-10-16 APAC semiconductor sales improve amid downturn fears
The region's sales of semiconductors reached $16.7 billion in August, a 9.4 per cent increase from August 2013 and an uptick of 1.7 per cent over the July total, suggesting nothing out of the ordinary that might signal an emerging industry correction predicted by Microchip CEO Steve Sanghi.
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