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Thursday 8th September 2005
Trade body SEMI believes that semiconductor tool revenues will fall to $33 billion for the full year.
Wednesday 7th September 2005
Record-breaking growth in consumer electronics products such as cellular phones, cordless phones, headsets and headphones gave the MEMs microphones and speakers market a huge boost in 2004, according to market analyst The Information Network.
Tuesday 6th September 2005
Nanometrics Incorporated, a supplier of advanced integrated and standalone metrology equipment for the semiconductor industry, today announced that it has received notice of a patent infringement lawsuit brought by KLA-Tencor.
Monday 5th September 2005
Intel has filed its response to a lawsuit recently initiated by AMD regarding Intel's business practices. In the response, Intel refutes AMD's claims and states that its business practices are both fair and lawful.
Friday 2nd September 2005
Semiconductor sector bucks the trend of falling venture capital investment in European companies.
Tuesday 23rd August 2005
The European market in the second quarter of 2005 was down 0.3% from the same quarter last year, according to WSTS data published today.
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Monday 22nd August 2005
In the spirit of fair and open competition, AMD has issued a challenge to Intel to conduct a head-to-head competition of dual-core x86 server processors.
Friday 19th August 2005
In what should be a wake up call to European industry and government, two USA national nanoelectronics groups have announced a nationwide research programme to ensure the USA develops a strong nanotechnology industry.
Thursday 18th August 2005
GE Global Research, the centralized research organization of the General Electric Company, has announced the development of an ideal carbon nanotube diode that operates at the "theoretical limit," or best possible performance.
Monday 15th August 2005
The electronic design automation (EDA) industry recorded revenues of $989 million for Q1 of 2005 compared with $995 million for the same period in 2004.
Sunday 14th August 2005
Sales of semiconductors (three-month running average) declined slightly in June to $18.0 billion, a sequential fall of 0.5% from the $18.1 billion reported in May, according to the latest World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS).
Sunday 14th August 2005
Sales of NOR flash memory could fall below NAND flash sales for the first time in 2005, according to the latest forecast from Semico Research.
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Thursday 11th August 2005
German chip maker Infineon has fallen three positions in market analyst IC Insight's ranking of leading semiconductor companies for the first half of 2005. Intel remains by far the largest company while Freescale, which ranked 11th in the fullyear 2004 listing, has entered the top ten, moving into ninth position in 1H05.
Thursday 11th August 2005
Engineers from US research consortium Sematech have developed an innovative poresealing technique that appears to prevent metal and precursor penetration into low-k dielectric materials, easing the introduction of low-k at the 45nm technology node.
Wednesday 3rd August 2005
According to a report on the BBC the European Union and its members are falling behind the rest of the world in investment for science and technology. The declining state of science and technology investment in the European Union is outlined by new statistics.
Tuesday 2nd August 2005
Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International has announced that Heinz Kundert will be the next president of SEMI Europe/CIS. His appointment will come into place on Oct. 3, 2005.
Monday 1st August 2005
Following the resignation of Dr. Andreas von Zitzewitz, Infineon has approved a reorganization of the responsibilities within the Management Board.
Monday 1st August 2005
Semico is predicting modest growth for the semiconductor industry based on tehir formulaic tools.
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Saturday 30th July 2005
Ravenous demand from the photovoltaic sector is putting pressure on polysilicon producers...
Friday 29th July 2005
German firm SUSS MicroTec has introduced the world's first and only non-contact probe system. Using a patented technique, the probe acquires signals from the smallest features without loading the circuit under test. The SUSS system does not rely on optical emissions for acquisition and supplies both voltage and timing information.
Monday 25th July 2005
Magma Design Automation Inc announced that the Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Centre (STARC) of Japan has chosen Magma's Quartz SSTA statistical static timing analysis and optimization software for its process-friendly design flow methodology project for 65- and 45-nanometer (nm) and smaller geometries. Quartz SSTA is part of the variation-aware design methodology that's currently under development and slated for early 2007 release. After a detailed investigation, STARC has chosen Magma software for their evaluation project because of its comprehensive approach to statistical static timing analysis and optimization, demonstrated accuracy and fast turnaround time.
Friday 15th July 2005
European Commission officials raided Intel offices across Europe in the early hours of July 12 as part of an investigation into allegedly anti-competitive practices.
Friday 8th July 2005
Eurosemi is proud to announce the winners of the Eurosemi IC Industry Awards 2005. This industry-wide event has been a huge success in 2005 with over 4,500 votes recorded in the ten categories that were decided by the readers of Eurosemi.
Thursday 7th July 2005
The vacuum subsystem market for semiconductors and related industries grew by 60% in 2004 to US$1.2 billion, according to new figures from market analyst VLSI.

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