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Friday 18th May 2012
Performance can be boosted by trimming away some of the rarely used portions of digital circuits on a microchip. Another approach, called “confined voltage scaling,” trades some performance gains by taking advantage of improvements in processing speed to further cut power demands
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Friday 18th May 2012
Samsung's Android-based phone and Nokia mobile phone device sales together represented over 40 percent of smartphone sales. No other vendors achieved more than a 10 percent market share
Friday 18th May 2012
The firm began to expand the market for 4Gb DRAM last year with mass-produced 30nm-class DRAM, and now wants to capture most of the advanced memory market with its latest 20nm-class 4Gb DRAM
Friday 18th May 2012
The PAs/FEMs have been developed by the RF/wireless industry over many years on different materials and process technologies including GaAs HBT, GaAs pHEMT, BiCMOS SiGe HBT, and most recently bulk RF CMOS
Thursday 17th May 2012
According to IHS, dynamic random access memory is expected to partially reverse the drastic losses it incurred in 2011 and achieve revenue growth this year
Thursday 17th May 2012
Built on a CMOS/MEMS technology platform, the SiSonic silicon-based microphone series supports high-performance, high-density innovation in such applications as cell phones, digital still cameras, portable music players, and other portable electronic devices
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Thursday 17th May 2012
Integrated CPU and GPU silicon chipsets are revolutionising smartphones and tablets
Thursday 17th May 2012
Solid smartphone growth is expected to propel the 4G market into orbit
Wednesday 16th May 2012
The number of wafers processed with DRIE is expected to grow five-fold between 2011 and 2017
Wednesday 16th May 2012
Despite many recent disappointing financial results, IC Insights and most of the top 20 semiconductor companies in the market firm's top 20 ranking expect much better sequential quarterly sales starting in 2Q12
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Tuesday 15th May 2012
A new report says silicon manufacturer Broadcom and compound semiconductor supplier TriQuint are good examples that illustrate that the semiconductor industry is bouncing back
Tuesday 15th May 2012
The firm is introducing a rugged set of ultra-fast switching silicon devices which are capable of operating at the same fast switching speeds as MOSFETs while offering greater efficiency at high currents

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