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Intel, AMD still on the lookout for PC market elixir 2015-09-30
Gartner and IDC reported a nearly 10 per cent drop in PC shipments in 2Q15, while shipments for next year are expected to be flat and growth in 2017 will be minimal. ?
Samsung opens 10-story Silicon Valley office 2015-09-30
The new Samsung office costs about $300 million and will house research labs for semiconductors, LEDs and displays. ?
SoC market estimated to hit $72B by 2021 2015-09-24
Increase in the demand of smarter electronic devices and increasing demand for multi-core technologies and embedded graphics are the major driving factors for the SoC market, said Transparency Market Research. ?
Semiconductor market forecasts and trends 2015-09-24
IC Insights revealed that the semiconductor market is expected to be nearly flat this year up two percent to $362 billion, rising just 4.9 per cent on a compound basis through 2019 to $450 billion. ?
Expanding IoT market brings opportunities to MCU space 2015-09-22
The market for MCUs used in connected cars, wearables, building automation and other IoT applications is seen to log a CAGR of 11 per cent, from $1.7 billion in 2014 to $2.8 billion in 2019, said IHS. ?
Dialog agrees to buy Atmel for $4.6B 2015-09-21
The acquisition results in a new company that combines power management and embedded processing solutions, supporting mobile power, automotive and Internet of Things customers. ?
TSMC heats up 10nm engine, preps 16nm for 2017 2015-09-21
TSMC has gotten off to a slow start with its 16nm FinFET process and has also announced plans for specialty RRAM and MRAM memories that would act as alternatives to embedded flash. ?
AMD lead architect quits, Zen still on sched 2015-09-21
The company said its product and technology roadmaps won't be delayed with Jim Keller's departure, who led the effort to design AMD's next-generation x86 core called Zen. ?
Globalfoundries CEO talks about FD-SOI, FinFET and IoT 2015-09-18
Sanjay Jha said many applications are expected to drive the industry's growth, which include mass market smartphones, M2M, IoT and automotive, which don't need the cost and complexity of FinFET. ?
IoT not enough to boost semiconductor market 2015-09-17
According to Gartner, growth rates for PCs, tablets and smartphones are all down this year, and are expected to rebound somewhat but not strongly in 2016 and beyond. ?
60 start-up companies to watch in 2015 2015-09-10
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies. ?
Apple touts A9 chips for new iPad, iPhone 2015-09-10
The iPad Pro will be available in November and the new iPhones (6s and 6s Plus) will be available Sept. 25. The mobile devices were announced alongside a new Apple TV that uses an A8 processor. ?
Vietnam gears up to become SE Asia's Silicon Valley 2015-09-09
With a booming tech sector, along with the government's investments in infrastructure and sound economic policies, Vietnam is expected to become the Silicon Valley of Southeast Asia. ?
ADI silently snatches piezoelectric MEMS start-up 2015-09-03
Analog Devices acquired piezoelectric MEMS resonator startup Sand 9, which hit technical issues amidst changing markets and effectively outlasted investors' patience. ?
China start-up makes noise with ARM-based server SoCs 2015-09-03
Phytium Technology recently disclosed details at the annual Hot Chips event of its Mars design, which claims to be one of the most aggressive ARM-based server SoCs to date. ?
Intel invests $60M in Chinese drone maker 2015-09-02
Drones have gone from being viewed as pricey hobbyist toys to an enticing technology with serious commercial applications including agriculture, construction, product delivery and others. ?
Mystery in memory: Why 3D XPoint is not PCM 2015-09-01
By keeping secret the technology behind 3D XPoint memory, Micron and Intel gave the engineering community a challenge by using phrases such as "new recipe," "bulk switching," "fundamental and new." ?
Intel subsumes France-based power EDA firm 2015-08-26
Docea Power was founded in 2006 by brothers Ghislain and Sylvain Kaiser with the goal of developing a suite of EDA tools to support the reduction of power consumption in electronics systems. ?
Intel CEO finds IoT road too narrow 2015-08-24
Brian Krzanich talked about the 3D Xpoint memory chips co-designed with Micron, the outlook for Moore's Law and EUV lithography, China and the pending $16.7 billion deal to acquire Altera. ?
Intel shows off RealSense 3D camera 2015-08-21
Intel's 3D camera includes an R200 camera with an IR laser projector that produces a 3D depth model onto which it maps an HD image with an internal image processing chip for objects 10ft or farther. ?
USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion 2015-08-20
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers. ?
Rambus goes fabless with DDR4 server memory chipset 2015-08-19
Rambus said its new DDR4 RDIMM and LRDIMM chipset make a big difference in server-based memory performance by delivering increased speed, reliability and power efficiency. ?
Taiwan to ease chip investment regulations in China 2015-08-19
The Taiwan government may soon ease regulations to help local chipmakers get a bigger slice of the semiconductor business in China. ?
Intel's M&A record: A burden for Altera? 2015-08-18
Although Intel has made it clear that Altera would get the attention it deserves after the acquisition closes, plenty of sceptics are doubtful about the Intel-Altera deal, both external and internal to Altera. ?
Flash Memory Summit paints SSD, flash future 2015-08-17
During the event, Mike Jadon, CEO of Radian Memory Systems, revealed his company's Symphonic software that aims to replace the FTL code originally written in 1988 by Robert Norman of SanDisk. ?
Intel may overthrow Q'Com's reign in iPhone 2015-08-14
An analyst said Intel achieved a design win in iPhones that will represent roughly $1 billion in revenue for Intel in calendar year 2016. ?
LTE carrier aggregation gains ground in Asia 2015-08-13
The spectrum available is often a patchwork of several different bands. To deliver on the high-bandwidth demand, Asia's operators are stitching bands together through carrier aggregation. ?
Asian companies dominate top 20 semiconductor vendors 2015-08-10
Japan-based Sharp and Taiwan-based pure-play foundry UMC replaced U.S.-based Nvidia and AMD in the top 20 semiconductor suppliers as ranked by sales in the first half of 2015. ?
Who wants to buy Marvell's mobile business? 2015-08-07
Marvell's search for suitors illustrates a dramatic change in the global smartphone business. Nobody seems winning big. Even for a chip vendor with solid technology, it's tougher to get fair value. ?
Binding the world under one tech: Can USB Type C do it? 2015-08-05
Armed with MHL and now with SuperMHL technologies, both from Silicon Image, Lattice introduced its superMHL chips designed to work over USB Type C connectors. ?


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