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3 Cs propel IC sales in 2015 2015-04-30
Communications, computers and consumer systems are projected to account for 85.7 per cent of IC sales in the Americas this year compared to 77.9 per cent in Japan and 90.8 per cent in Asia-Pacific  
Industry 4.0: The next industrial revolution? 2015-04-30
The term is defined as the computerisation of manufacturing, including a transition to higher levels of interconnectivity, smarter plants and communication between machines and equipment  
Global TV shipments reach record high in March 2015-04-29
The strong demand for leading TV brands to fulfil their panel facilitation plans, along with a strong cross-marketing push by panel makers, helped LCD TV panel shipments reach a record monthly high in March 2015.  
Apple CEO sees more opportunity on top of $58B Q2 sales 2015-04-29
Profits were $13.6 billion, despite the fact iPhone and Mac sales dropped nearly 20 per cent each from the previous (very strong) quarter and iPad sales plummeted 40 per cent.  
How can AR glasses be useful to distribution centres? 2015-04-29
Live events just scratch the surface of how wearables and augmented reality can add value. A quick look at the distribution centre or manufacturing floor provides other avenues to their usefulness  
Vibration monitoring equipment market sees growth in 2020 2015-04-29
Vibration monitoring systems help cut plant operating costs by reducing maintenance cost, optimising maintenance activities and minimising the instances of unscheduled outages  
Microchip regains top spot in 8bit MCU revenue ranking 2015-04-29
In the 16bit MCU market, Microchip was the fastest-growing supplier among the top 10 in 2014, growing at greater than 2X the rate of any of the other top 10 companies, according to Gartner  
Did Intel buy EUVs from ASML Holdings? 2015-04-28
ASML touts selling 15 extreme ultraviolet lithography systems to a U.S.-based customer per news release. Sources agree deal could be with Intel and a long-term deal to be delivered until 2017.  
Catching a glimpse of ARM's next-gen high-end core 2015-04-28
The Cortex-A72 core claims to be the highest end member of ARM's 64bit V8 series the company has announced so far, with design goals aimed towards power efficiency rather than raw performance  
Asian giants get ready for 5G 2015-04-28
5G services must be hyper energy efficient, have hyper accurate positioning, as well as extreme cost effectiveness and reliability. To achieve this, industry must develop multi-radio access technology.  
Wave of change to sweep computer storage space 2015-04-27
In just five years, SSD had the "enterprise" drive makers forming a defensive circle, trying to justify a performance-based existence where hard drives were out-classed by a factor of 1,000 times in IOPS  
Qualcomm looks for new revenue source 2015-04-27
Qualcomm is heavily dependent on a single market segment (smartphones), while its revenues are susceptible to the whims of the two top-tier smartphone vendors—Apple and Samsung  
Slowing mobile market looks to smart watches for growth 2015-04-27
Over the next five years, both smartphones and tablets will slump to single-digit growth levels but smart watches could rise to annual sales of 300 to 400 million units, analyst Linley Gwennap forecast  
ASTRI, Guangdong join forces for integrated power module 2015-04-27
ASTRI's IPM solution involves a 3-level integration to achieve single and power-supply-in package, and is expected to greatly improve power density (greater than or equal to 30W/cm3) and reduce form factor by 40 per cent  
Testing limits: Sensor detects electron charge in nanoseconds 2015-04-27
Researchers at the University of Cambridge created an electronic device that they say can detect the charge of a single electron in less than one microsecond  
Mobile devices shape B2B transactions 2015-04-27
Many B2B companies believe that the relationship sale is still extremely alive and well, meaning that they think the people they have deployed in the field are netting sales.  
More Freescale-NXP merger details revealed 2015-04-27
Dutch giant NXP—with more than 27,800 employees in over 20 countries—is scheduled to complete the acquisition of Freescale—17,000 employees—before the end of this year  
Huawei, NXP get ready for Industry 4.0 2015-04-24
The partnership will fully integrate Huawei's ICT infrastructure and connectivity solutions and NXP's secure connectivity solutions. Collaboration will focus on Industry 4.0 applications.  
Start-up could bring 52MP cameras to smartphones 2015-04-24
Imaging start-up Light Co. revealed some details of its array camera approach and is reportedly close to announcing a licensing and investment deal with Foxconn  
Image sensor works like human retina 2015-04-24
Tobi Delbruck, who studied at the California Institute of Technology under Carver Mead, contends that frame-only image sensing is a limited approach to machine vision  
EDA tool reduces design time for FinFETs 2015-04-24
The Calibre xACT claims to quickly and accurately extract parasitic capacitance, resistance and inductance for IC designs including digital, custom, analogue and RF.  
Gartner: Slow year ahead for global chip market 2015-04-24
A mix of currency shifts, excess inventory and end to PC upgrade cycle will slow the growth of worldwide semiconductor market in 2015, according to Gartner Inc  
IoT, wearables not enough to offset falling ASPs for sensors 2015-04-24
High-volume applications such as wearables and the huge potential of IoT are seen to drive the sensor market but sales growth is being pulled down significantly by price erosion, said IC Insights  
Trickle-down tech: It's not just the Pi 2015-04-23
The Raspberry Pi may be the most visible example of trickle-down technology, but there are over 100 board vendors embracing semiconductor innovation and bringing it to the wider world of embedded boards for diverse, long-life, and ruggedised applications  
Analyst predicts Intel's 10nm plans 2015-04-23
According to a forecast by David Kanter, Intel will use quantum well FETs starting with its 10nm process that will use two new materials, InGaAs for n-type transistors and strained Ge for p-type devices.  
Beyond the limits of Moore's Law 2015-04-23
Planar silicon gave most of us—and the world—a great five-decade ride! Yet now it's time to change horses, to scale out chip, logic, I/O and memory systems with new materials and mindsets  
Smartphones, connectivity space boost Broadcom sales in Q1 2015-04-23
Broadcom's net income for Q1 was $209 million, or $0.34 per share, compared to $390 million, or $0.64 per share, for 4Q14, while broadband and connectivity revenue was up 13 per cent.  
Japan's mobile infrastructure market plunges 2015-04-23
The Japanese mobile infrastructure dropped by double digits in 2014 as a severe cut in 3G investments drove a decline that LTE could not offset despite the addition of over 100,000 eNodeBs  
Is resistive RAM the next NVM star? 2015-04-22
Resistive RAM features low power consumption and a small cell area—both compelling reasons for their adoption as a non-volatile memory.  
Samsung rocks TSMC's spot in foundry service 2015-04-22
TSMC is likely to lose pricing power this year in its most profitable technology nodes ranging from 28nm to 16nm as key customers shift to Samsung and other TSMC competitors as second sources.  


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