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China operations fuel IMI's income 2014-10-24
The China operations account for 38 per cent of IMI's total revenues. For the nine-month period of 2014, IMI's China operations generated $246.3 million revenues, 25 per cent higher than last year's due mainly to volume expansion for main customers in the telecommunications segment. ?
APAC semiconductor sales improve amid downturn fears 2014-10-16
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. ?
200mm fab lives on, end nowhere in sight 2014-10-15
Despite the upgrade to larger wafer sizes!with fabs that transitioned to 300mm over a decade ago!there is still plenty of life remaining in 200mm fabs, and the introduction of MEMS-based accelerometers for motion tracking has been a boon to eight-inch wafers. ?
Infineon bets high on power IC manufacturing 2014-10-10
The company recently turned an old 200mm fab in Dresden into the world's most highly automated and made its 300mm fab in Dresden the first high-volume fab for power ICs worldwide. ?
Asia-Pacific gets biggest share of embedded tech market 2014-10-09
The Asia-Pacific region is set to dominate the global embedded technology market with a share of $79 billion out of the total forecast growth of $198.5 billion by 2019. ?
Blue LEDs win Nobel Prize 2014-10-08
The blue LEDs!a breakthrough that led to the creation of energy-efficient white light!have opened up a multi-billion-dollar market and thousands of job opportunities. ?
Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors? 2014-10-08
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue. ?
Flexing into future: Optimising touch sensing tech for broader markets 2014-10-07
Popular consumer products that use multi-touch are fueling the demand for touch sensing solutions. The challenge is that applications have different requirements, but not all of them can afford the hardware, software and power budget associated with the current designs. ?
China makes headway in 3D printing space 2014-10-06
China is rapidly embracing 3D printing and its sales of printers will grow four-fold to 37,800 printers in 2018, as revenues more than triple to $109 million, Lux Research revealed. ?
From volume to value: Singapore electronics industry matures 2014-09-29
The tumble Singapore's electronics manufacturing output took in the period of April to July has been a source of concern for many. With the rosy August results spelling a turn for the better, the weakened numbers may have been indicative of an industry that is moving up the value chain ?
IMI eyes new EMS model to fuel growth 2014-09-03
When EMS company IMI posted its first half 2014 net income at 5 times over that during the same period last year, EE Times Asia discussed with them markets, trends and their EMS plus business model. ?
MCU market recovers in 2014 2014-08-21
IC Insights predicted that microcontroller sales this year will grow six per cent, to $16.1 billion, a record high, followed by increases of seven per cent and nine per cent in 2015 and 2016, respectively. ?
Energous pairs with Dialog in RF wireless charging 2014-08-20
The pair will collaborate on a reference design that integrates WattUp, an over-the-air wireless charging technology, into a low-power, small-footprint Bluetooth Smart IC. ?
Freescale builds bridges with Japan carmakers, enters IoT 2014-08-11
Towards meeting performance targets, Freescale Japan's David Uze says that it is forging relationships built on trust with local automotive firms and looking to establish an IoT city in Tokyo ?
ST: Cars find place in grand scheme of IoT 2014-08-11
Today's car is already packed with electronics and, in fact, has among the highest densities of electronic components of all consumer machines ?
Renesas works out EOL deals to survive the crunch 2014-08-11
In the Japanese semiconductor firm's case, posting sales that reflected 4.9 per cent increase over the previous quarter is hardly a proof of its full recovery. Renesas' Hisao Sakuta said its most urgent task is to improve its gross profit rate, which requires negotiating end-of-line deals with customers. ?
Things unsaid about the new Fujitsu-Panasonic Co. 2014-08-06
The announcement last week revealed a few details of the new fabless chip company!including its CEO, its ratio of voting rights, and the number of employees. ?
TESA: Thailand needs to expand skilled IC workforce 2014-07-15
The Thai Embedded Systems Association sees a growth potential in the automotive firmware market, which requires growing a pool of skilled IC design engineers ?
Analyst: MEMS sensor market to bounce back to all time high 2014-07-15
IC Insights said total MEMS semiconductor sales, sensors and actuators are forecast to grow 14 per cent in 2014 to reach a record-high of $8 billion, surpassing the annual peak of $7.1 billion set in 2011. ?
Ceva dives into connectivity IP market with RivieraWaves 2014-07-10
The IP licensor is beefing up its portfolio with the $19 million acquisition of France-based vendor boasting blue chip semiconductor licensees, with expectations of raising its margins by 25 per cent in 2015. ?
Microsoft joins AllSeen Alliance 2014-07-04
The AllSeen Alliance, considered as the broadest Internet of Everything open-source project, revealed that Microsoft joined the group's multi-company effort as a Premier Member. ?
Philips merges Lumileds, automotive lighting units 2014-07-01
Royal Philips plans to combine its LED component and automotive lighting businesses and will seek capital from third party investors to spur innovation ?
Robots actuate industrial automation 2014-06-23
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013. ?
Imagination seeks to resurrect MIPS in the spotlight 2014-06-20
The MIPS legacy is anchored on its processor cores' architecture and its power-efficient performance, but industry analysts remain impassive, believing that MIPS lost the mobile battle against ARM. ?
Intel, WiTricity go cord-free with charging 2014-06-13
The A4WP members are working together under a technology licensing agreement for Rezence-based consumer products, enabling more freedom and a seamless wireless charging experience for users. ?
ADI holds on to manufacturing amid IoT rise 2014-06-09
Analog Devices manufactures some chips in house where it feels the design is closely tied to the manufacturing process and where it feels it is only adding value in standard design, it outsources. ?
Voice, gesture controls double as always-on observers 2014-06-02
Always-on analytics pair with always-on connectivity and augmented reality, promising more conveniences where every gesture or every spoken word may create actionable data. ?
LEDs: Big lights come in small packages 2014-06-02
Light emitting diodes are used in an increasing number of applications because although they are tiny devices, LEDs are able to emit a large amount of light. ?
Renesas advances sale of JV stake with Synaptics 2014-05-29
The sale of the 55 per cent stake was previously considered by Apple, whose interest in the company anchored on what was believed to be the control over quality and cost in its supply chain. ?
Reboot steers Exar to industrial, networking markets 2014-05-26
CEO Louis DiNardo described how Exar purchased firms to get a leg up on: software with Althior, analogue products with Cadeka, video surveillance tech with Stretch, and analogue/mixed signal with iML. ?


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