Mentor Graphics Corporation has announced that Fujitsu Limited will be using Mentor's Calibre LFD to enhance their Design for Manufacturing (DFM) capabilities in the manufacturing of semiconductors both for internal product development and for external fabless customers.
Addressing growing customer demand in Japan for its formal verification solutions, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) company OneSpin Solutions has expanded its global operations with a new sales and field applications engineering office in Yokohama, Japan.
Arrowhead Research Corporation has announced it has entered into definitive agreements to sell nearly 3 million units of restricted common stock and warrants to purchase restricted common stock to a large institutional money manager, York Capital Management and select accredited investors. Global Crown Capital, LLC acted as the exclusive placement agent for the private placement.
IBM has simultaneously launched what it claims to be as, the fastest microprocessor ever built and an ultra-powerful new computer server that leverages the chip's many breakthroughs in energy conservation and virtualisation technology.
Advancing its 32-bit technology in the automotive and embedded markets, Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a highly integrated system-on-chip (SoC) processor optimised for high-performance, power-sensitive applications requiring complex graphics, multimedia and real-time audio processing.
Applied Photonics, Inc. (AP) has announced that it has installed its LaserMagic TFT-LCD glass cutting equipment at one of world's largest TFT panel suppliers in Taiwan and that the system has been used successfully in production for over six months.
United States Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) has guaranteed a $610 million loan approved by the Bank's board of directors which will finance U.S. exports of wafer fabrication equipment to expand Chartered Semiconductor Mfg.'s Fab 7 facility in Singapore.
AmberWave Systems has joined three other New Hampshire-based organizations, as well as more than 100 additional signatories, including universities, venture capital firms, small and large technology businesses, and research parks across the U.S. to voice their concern with certain provisions of patent reform legislation currently under consideration by Congress.