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Jan 3, 2018
Global Semiconductor Sales Increase 21.5% Year-to-Year in November
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $37.7 billion for the month of November 2017, an ...
Semiconductor Industry Association
Jan 3, 2018
MEMS Chip Aims to Beat Heart Disease
Instead of dissecting rats or culturing sacrificial heart cells in petri dishes, medical researchers may be able to study the ...
EE Times
Jan 3, 2018
Samsung's semiconductor business braces for fiercer competition in 2018
Kim Ki-nam, chief executive officer of Samsung Electronics' semiconductor business, is bracing for fiercer competition in the global market for ...
The Investor
Jan 3, 2018
Manufacturing Bits: Jan. 2
Using a network of nuclear refrigerators, the University of Basel and others claim to have set the record for the ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jan 3, 2018
The Outlook for Robocar Sensors in 2018
It's not easy to make a robocar see the road, read traffic signs, detect objects, classify them, sense its speed/trajectory ...
EE Times
Jan 3, 2018
TSMC lands short lead-time HPC chip orders from China, says paper
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reportedly landed short lead-time orders for HPC (high-performance computing) chips from China-based ... ...
Digitimes
Jan 3, 2018
Huawei ships 153 million smartphones in 2017
Huawei has announced that it shipped 153 million smartphones in 2017, up 10.07% from the 139 million units shipped a ...
Digitimes
Jan 3, 2018
Will US Make Indiscriminate Patent Litigation Attack against S. Korean Chipmakers?
US-based memory chip maker Bit Micro has included major information technology (IT) companies at home and abroad, such as South ...
BusinessKorea
Jan 3, 2018
The AI chip startup explosion is already here
All eyes may have been on Nvidia this year as its stock exploded higher thanks to an enormous amount of ...
TechCrunch
Jan 3, 2018
Infineon not vulnerable to takeover: CEO in Boersen-Zeitung
German chipmaker Infineon does not see itself as vulnerable to a takeover despite mega-mergers in the sector led by Broadcom's ...
Reuters