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Jul 27, 2018
China Kills Qualcomm-NXP Deal
Qualcomm terminated its agreement to acquire European chip vendor NXP Semiconductors for $44 billion after the deadline to complete the ...
EE Times
Jul 27, 2018
DRAM industry likely to face oversupply in 2019
While the global DRAM market still remains robust currently, the recent capacity ramps by Micron Technology and the planned kick-off ...
Digitimes
Jul 26, 2018
200mm Fabs Add 600,000 Wafers Per Month
Tracking toward even stronger growth than forecast last year, 200mm fabs worldwide are gearing up to add more than 600,000 ...
SEMI
Jul 26, 2018
As Qualcomm Deal Is Scrapped, China Denies Trade Link
Delays in China that led Qualcomm to call off its acquisition of a rival microchip maker had nothing to do ...
The New York Times
Jul 26, 2018
Chip Industry Fights Next Round of China Tariffs
U.S. chipmakers and semiconductor equipment suppliers want the Trump Administration to remove 39 product categories from a list of some ...
EE Times
Jul 26, 2018
SIA Applauds New DoD Research Partnerships to Advance Transformative Semiconductor Technologies
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) welcomed newly announced research partnerships between the Defense Department's Defense Advanced Research Projects ... ...
Semiconductor Industry Association
Jul 26, 2018
DARPA Picks Its First Set of Winners in Electronics Resurgence Initiative
Hundreds of engineers gathered at the DARPA Electronics Resurgence Initiative Summit in San Francisco to hear that dozens of them ...
IEEE Spectrum
Jul 26, 2018
Volumes Matter and Other Conversations from SEMICON West 2018
The world wants intelligence in everything, especially things that aren't nailed down like autonomous cars, and the internet of things ...
3D Incites
Jul 26, 2018
Toward On-Chip Monitoring
Stephen Crosher, CEO of Moortec, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to discuss on-chip monitoring and its impact on power, security ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Jul 26, 2018
Chinese chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup to buy France's Linxens for $2.6 billion
China's top state chip manufacturer Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd has signed a deal to acquire French smart chip components maker Linxens ...
Reuters