2019-05-15 - Rick Merritt

Chip Performance may no Longer Scale

Semiconductor gate and pitch dimensions are slowing to a stop, but researchers see ways to drive advances down to the…

2019-05-10 - Martin Rowe

Calibrator Market Expecting Accelerated Growth

Aerospace/defense, pharmaceuticals, process industries, and electronics constantly need higher-quality measurements

2019-05-02 - Luffy Liu, EETimes China

China’s Pay Lags Behind West

Most engineers working for Chinese fabless chip companies report earning less than $50,000 per year.

2019-04-30 - Echo Zhao & Dylan McGrath

China’s Fabless IC Firms Optimistic

Half of China's fabless companies are expecting double-digit growth, according to a survey conducted by EE Times China.

2019-04-25 - Dylan McGrath

Semiconductor Equipment Sales Slump Worsens

Sales of semiconductor manufacturing equipment continued to slide in March, deepening a sales slump that began late last year

2019-04-24 - Rick Merritt

GlobalFoundries Sells Ex-IBM Fab

GlobalFoundries sold the 300-mm fab for $430 million as the foundry slims down and ON upgrades its analog business.

2019-04-19 - Dylan McGrath

Fab Tool Sales Expected to Fall After Another Record Year

Markets expected to come back to earth after three-year growth run.

2019-04-14 - Luffy Liu, EETimes China

China and its Pursuit for Chip Self-Sufficiency (Part 1)

IC industry executives in China discuss the current semiconductor market and what needs to happen in order for the country…

2019-04-10 - Dylan McGrath

Chip Sales Continue to Slid February

All major categories of chips are experiencing both sequential and year-over-year declines

2019-04-10 - Nitin Dahad

Infineon To Expand ADAS R&D

The company has broken ground in Austria on a new facility dedicated to developing chips for ADAS

2019-04-04 - Dylan McGrath

IoT to be Key Revenue Driver

The internet of things is the most important application for driving revenue this year, according to a survey conducted by…

2019-04-04 - Rick Merritt

Blog: Silicon Valley Bubbles to a Boil

I haven't seen this tech hot spot so overheated since right before the dot-com bubble burst.