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Dec 19, 2018
DRAM Outlook Dims for 2019
DRAM will once again finish the year with the highest growth rate of any semiconductor product, though 2019 is shaping ...
EE Times
Dec 19, 2018
Infineon Claims First Industrial-grade WLCSP eSIM Chip
Infineon says it has shipped volume quantities of the first industrial-grade wafer level chip scale package (WLCSP) embedded SIM. Until ...
EE Times
Dec 19, 2018
NAND flash contract prices to fall 10% in 1Q19, says DRAMeXchange
NAND flash contract prices are set to fall further during the first half of 2019 with prices likely to decrease ...
Digitimes
Dec 19, 2018
The Trouble with SRAM
After many years as the workhorse of fast on-chip memory, SRAM is experiencing serious challenges in cost and wasted energy. ...
EE Times
Dec 19, 2018
Qualcomm says Apple violating Chinese court order, despite new software
Qualcomm Inc said it believes Apple Inc remains in violation of a Chinese court's orders to stop selling iPhones despite ...
Reuters
Dec 18, 2018
Fab Equipment Challenges For 2019
After a period of record growth, the semiconductor equipment industry is facing a slowdown in 2019, in addition to several ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 18, 2018
Total Fab Equipment Spending Reverses Course, Growth Outlook Revised Downward
Total fab equipment spending in 2019 is projected to drop 8%, a sharp reversal from the previously forecast increase of ...
SEMI
Dec 18, 2018
5 Observations From Intel's Event
Not long ago, Intel hosted its "Architecture Day," where top executives from the chip giant revealed the company's latest products ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 18, 2018
Intel factory expansion could boost Oregon's economy
Intel said it plans to expand its factories in Oregon and at two other sites, in Ireland and Israel, to ...
The Oregonian
Dec 18, 2018
Will AI Drive Scaling Forward?
The almost ubiquitous rollout of AI and its offshoots--machine learning, deep learning, neural nets of all types--will require significantly more ...
Semiconductor Engineering