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Sep 6, 2018
Global Semiconductor Sales Increase 17.4% Year-to-Year in July
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $39.5 billion for the month of July 2018, an ...
Semiconductor Industry Association
Sep 6, 2018
Processing In Memory
Adding processing directly into memory is getting a serious look, particularly for applications where the volume of data is so ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Sep 6, 2018
Worldwide Wearables Market Ticks Up 5.5% Due to Gains in Emerging Markets
Growth continued in the global wearables market during the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18) as shipment volume reached 27.9 million ...
IDC
Sep 6, 2018
11 Myths About SiP
The prevalence of system-in-package technology in a host of different applications has invariably led to myths about it. UTAC's Lee ...
Electronic Design
Sep 6, 2018
Germany still aims for 'fair taxation' of internet companies
The German finance ministry denied a newspaper report that Finance Minister Olaf Scholz had given up on plans to make ...
Reuters
Sep 6, 2018
Smartphone slowdown tests new leadership at Taiwan's chip champion
In late August, the new chairman of chip-making titan Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Mark Liu, got the sort of news ...
Reuters
Sep 6, 2018
California Prop 65 Update Potentially Impacts Electronics Supply Chain
Last week, an update to California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, often referred to as Proposition ...
EBN
Sep 6, 2018
SK Hynix to Further Widen Gap with Competitors in NAND Flash Sector
SK Hynix will speed up mass production of fifth-generation 96-layer 3D NAND flashes as the M15 Semiconductor Plant has been ...
Business Korea
Sep 6, 2018
Semicon Taiwan 2018 opens with 680 exhibitors
The annual Semicon Taiwan tradeshow has kicked off in Taipei running from September 5-7, with this year's theme focusing on ...
Digitimes
Sep 5, 2018
Chipmakers Slowing Transition to sub-10nm Technology
With sub-10nm node manufacturing requiring huge capex, a number of foundries have slowed down their investment pace while fabless chipmakers ...
Digitimes