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Post-holiday buzz: Read all the news you've missed 2014-10-07
Here are the electronics news you may have missed during last week's holidays.  
TSMC takes lead over Samsung in FinFET race 2014-10-07
TSMC's 16nm pilot line is gaining incremental confidence among prospective customers, leaving behind Samsung, whose foundry has experienced a setback with its 14nm FinFET project.  
From the ground up: How ARM built Cortex M7 2014-10-07
Promising to deliver 5 CoreMark/MHz, the new microarchitecture for embedded controllers has been designed from scratch—rather than extending previous architectures from the M3 to the M4—for IoT and other applications.  
Chip sales grow to $28.4B on strong Asia Pacific numbers 2014-10-07
Year-to-year sales in Asia Pacific increased by 12.3 per cent in August—a big improvement compared to the 1.7 per cent year-to-year in July.  
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  
HP announces split, adds 5,000 layoffs 2014-10-07
As part of its cost management, HP increased by 5,000 the number of people it plans to lay off, bringing the total to as much as 57,000. HP, however, said the additional layoffs are not connected to its decision to split into two smaller companies  
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  
Virtualisation moves into telecoms, NFV work enters phase 2 2014-10-06
The ETSI NFV group's phase 1 work covers the publication of documents including an overall framework and standard terms. Phase 2 targets to define a virtualized network for telecom carriers  
M7 punch: ARM partners brainstorm use cases 2014-10-03
The 32bit ARM Cortex M7 features six stage, superscalar pipeline delivering 2,000 Coremarks at 400MHz in a 40LP process, and is targeted at high-end embedded applications.  
Working 14nm chip on display 2014-10-03
Analysts initially said getting the 16nm and 14nm processes ready will be met with some challenges, since this process node is the first to use 3D transistors, but Samsung already has on display a 14nm FinFET device decoding video streams.  
ARM servers need a hand in middleware support 2014-10-03
ARM-based systems can realise their maximum potential with good compilers for scripting languages, according to several users and vendors, noting the undeveloped code chain.  
Market smarts: How to guarantee a successful supply chain 2014-10-02
The ideas of supply chain collaboration, big data and sustainable supply chains are being transformed into real-world applications. This transformation is good news for midmarket electronics manufacturers, who can use it to drive product improvement and market growth  
Singapore's electronics sector PMI grows to 51.9 2014-10-02
Singapore electronics sector PMI is up 51.9 for the month of September—a1.2-point improvement over August. A reading above 50 indicates that the manufacturing economy is generally expanding  
IEEE board approves OCV extensions to Liberty 2014-10-02
The additions pushed forth by Synopsys give designers a modelling technique that may further cut timing margins for advanced process nodes such as FinFET, boosting timing closure turnaround-time.  
TSMC, ARM validate big.LITTLE core on 16nm FinFET 2014-10-02
Silicon results on 16FF show the Cortex A57 chip achieving 2.3GHz for sustained mobile peak performance, as well as the Cortex A53 chip consuming only 75mW for most common workloads.  
64bit octa-core SoC poses to lead China's 4G market 2014-10-02
The first LTE octa-core processor is designed to propel device makers into the Android 64bit era. With the release of this SoC early next year, Taiwan-based MediaTek is posed to narrow the lead of other players in China's smartphone market  
Google, Silicon Labs unveil ZigBee-like mesh network 2014-10-01
The IoT industry badly needs a low-data-rate, low-power version of Wi-Fi, and Thread plans to deliver it. Thread's network layer isn't the same as that of ZigBee; it is more like ZigBee 3.0  
Display flexes technology muscles for next-gen devices 2014-10-01
As electronics gain wider recognition from consumers, manufacturers will find more chances and work harder to achieve improvements in the display technology sector.  
Hong Kong protestors thwart gov't with technology 2014-10-01
The app lets users exchange messages via mesh networking, which enables data to hop between two devices within 30 metres, bypassing the need for cellular or Wi-Fi network  
Vietnam to build its largest IC-making factory 2014-09-30
Vietnam will soon have its biggest IC-making factory following the awarding of investment certificate to Saigon Semiconductor Technology, which will build the said factory for at least $257 million  
TSMC beats competition with 84 per cent market control 2014-09-30
Defined as the market for nodes with 28nm and smaller geometries, pure-play foundry market is forecast to expand by 72 per cent in 2014, and TSMC to take the lead with $10.3 billion in sales.  
Applied Micro, TI SoCs power first enterprise-class ARM server 2014-09-30
The launch of 64bit ARM server models, which uses SoCs from Applied Micro and Texas Instruments, marks a significant milestone in the commercial deployments of many ARM-based servers in the market today  
Mentor Graphics, TSMC team up for 10nm FinFET designs 2014-09-30
The collaboration targets 10nm FinFET process requirements for early customers' test chip and IP design starts through the use of physical design, analysis, verification and optimisation tools  
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  
5G cellular spawns air interfaces, MIMO antennas 2014-09-29
Focused on integration of multiple spectrums and technologies, the awaited 5G cellular will drive developments of new air interfaces, MIMO antennas and Gbit-class LTE  
NXP, Avago nab major design wins in iPhone 6 2014-09-29
Analogue, MEMS sensors and RF ICs are among the major components that Apple includes in its iPhone 6. Along with the companies already mentioned, InvenSense and Bosch also made Apple's list as accelerator suppliers, but what is an iPhone 6 doing with two of such device  
China's IC dream gets $1.5 billion backing 2014-09-29
China's domestic semiconductor industry is getting a $1.5 billion investment to help it build a mobile force—via Spreadtrum Communications and RDA Microelectronics—so that Chinese OEMs and white box vendors will have an alternative to Qualcomm.  
Filtering technique reduces power consumption in gadgets 2014-09-29
The technique taps into the behaviour of a single electron to filter out the thermal energy in the electron environment, thereby creating small mobile devices that do not spend a lot of battery power  
Taiwan, China chipmakers spread wings in cell base band market 2014-09-26
Cellular base band modem processor chips and applications processor chips see good traction in both smartphone and tablet markets. Still, analysts forecast further gains for mobile chipmakers in the future due to the continued LTE growth.  
Start-ups take battle in wearables to athletes' bodies 2014-09-26
Several tech companies have started to make smart clothing, particularly for athletes, embedding electronics housed in packages as little as the size of a stack of business cards for use in measuring heart rates and evaluating breathing patterns  


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