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Jan 2, 2018
Q'comm Rejects B'com Board, But Analysts Bullish
Qualcomm officially rejected Broadcom's proposed 11-director board, setting a showdown on the semiconductor industry's largest merger to date for the ...
EE Times
Jan 2, 2018
Recapping a Year of Supply Chain Trends
Every year, the business world is deluged with buzz words and in the electronics supply chain sector is no different. ...
EBN
Jan 2, 2018
Market views mixed over fate of chip boom
Debate on when the current boom in semiconductors will peak was refueled Friday, as Korean securities brokerages released lower-than-expected forecasts ...
The Korea Herald
Dec 22, 2017
DARPA Takes Chip Route to 'Unhackable' Computers
Cybersecurity experts have long preached that the only way to make computers "unhackable" is with on-chip hardware, but no one ...
EE Times
Dec 22, 2017
Silicon's Long Game
The era of all-silicon substrates and copper wires may be coming to an end. Progress in the future increasingly depends ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 22, 2017
Unwrapping New Tax Bill's Impact on U.S. Semiconductor Industry
With the holidays fast approaching, Congress this week passed sweeping tax reform legislation that is expected to be signed into ...
EE Times
Dec 22, 2017
Xcerra to resubmit China-backed deal for U.S. review
U.S. semiconductor testing company Xcerra Corp said in a filing that it would resubmit its deal to be acquired by ...
Reuters
Dec 22, 2017
Companies Ready Cobalt for MOL, Gate Fill
Cobalt for middle-of-the-line and trench contacts emerged at the International Electron Devices Meeting, as Intel, GlobalFoundries, and Applied Materials discussed ...
Semiconductor Manufacturing & Desgin
Dec 22, 2017
Preparing For Bigger Changes Ahead
The semiconductor industry has undergone a fundamental shift over the past year, and it's one that will redefine chipmaking over ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 22, 2017
Is Verification Falling Behind?
Every year that Moore's Law is in effect means that the verification task gets larger and more complex. At one ...
Semiconductor Engineering