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Wednesday 27th September 2006
The ability of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to make the tracking and managing of assets more efficient and make inventory more visible offers an ideal solution for companies seeking to improve their manufacturing performance. At the same time, as companies strive to tighten their brand security and protect their products from counterfeiting, RFID is emerging as the optimal solution to safeguard valuable products throughout the supply chain.
Wednesday 27th September 2006
European company POWERLASE, manufacturer of powerful nanosecond Q-switched, diode-pumped solid state (DPSS) lasers, has announced the purchase of its innovative Starlase lasers by the Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography System Development Association (EUVA). The lasers will be used to further the research and development specialist's findings in the field of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) sources.
Friday 22nd September 2006
Samsung announced this week that it has completed the first working prototype of a Phase-change Random Access Memory (PRAM) that Samsung believes will replace high density NOR flash within the next decade.
Friday 22nd September 2006
Magma Design Automation Inc announced it has donated specifications for its low-power technology to Accellera, an EDA industry standards organization, as part of Accellera's low-power standardization effort.
Thursday 21st September 2006
Synopsys, Inc. and Nikon Corporation announced that they are collaborating on the development and delivery of advanced lithography software models and DFM enabled lithography manufacturing solutions for 45 nm and below.
Thursday 21st September 2006
SUSS MicroTec is extending its activities in Taiwan through a partnership with the Taiwan-based company PhotonWealth.
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Thursday 21st September 2006
AMD announced that Elke Eckstein has joined the company as vice president of Fab 30.
Thursday 21st September 2006
Mentor Graphics Corporation announced the opening of a new Mentor-sponsored electronic design laboratory at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) in Budapest, Hungary.
Thursday 21st September 2006
Ponte Solutions, Inc. announced a technology partnership with leading global semiconductor manufacturer UMC to establish design-stage yield analysis that enables pre-tapeout yield enhancement for 90nm and below technologies.
Thursday 21st September 2006
Micronic Laser Systems AB has received an order for an LRS series pattern generation tool from an Asian customer .
Thursday 21st September 2006
Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. has announced a new plan to expand its monthly production capacity of 300mm silicon wafers to 1,000,000 by the fall of 2007.
Wednesday 20th September 2006
According to a report by the Information Network that although there are several potential lithography techniques at the 32nm node, it is becoming increasing clear that 193nm immersion will be the most likely candidate for manufacturing IC devices at the 32nm node. The report suggests Nikon will take over leadership in this arena despite current figures.
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Wednesday 20th September 2006
AMD has been revealing details of its technology roadmap, specifically what lies ahead with quad-core computing. Scheduled to appear in the first half of 2007 - first for servers, but then rolled out across AMD desktop and laptop offerings - this will be the next step for AMD multi-core processing.
Wednesday 20th September 2006
SUSS MicroTec announced that they have started SUSS MicroTec REMAN, a subsidiary dedicated to the refurbishment, sale and service of used SUSS equipment.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
BASF has announced that it is going to expand its annual capacity for manufacturing the special amines aminodiglycol (ADG) and morpholine, from the current 20,000 metric tons to 30,000 metric tons, at its German ;Verbund site in Ludwigshafen
Tuesday 19th September 2006
SUSS MicroTecannounced an order for its ELAN CB6L wafer bonding system to NanoWorld Services
Tuesday 19th September 2006
Synova announced that it will open a second U.S.-based micromachining centre (MMC) in Boston.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
ASML Holding (ASML) announced that semiconductor R&D consortium SEMATECH has awarded ASML a contract to qualify the imaging performance of advanced logic patterns, metrology structures and defect designs for the 45-nanometer (nm), 32-nm, and 22-nm technology nodes.
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Tuesday 19th September 2006
Veeco Instruments Inc. announced that a leading semiconductor packaging manufacturer has chosen its Wyko SP3250 Optical Profiler to be used for defect inspection and in-line performance monitoring.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
Mentor Graphics Corporation announced that Semiconductor Company, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. has selected the Calibre OPCverify tool for use in production at 65 nanometers (nm) and below.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
iWatt, Inc., announced its acquisition of privately-held Simple Silicon, Inc.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
Scanner Technologies announced it has filed a lawsuit against nVidia Corporation.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
Avago Technologies Limited has filed suit in Hsin Chu District Court against Elan Microelectronics Corporation for patent infringement.
Tuesday 19th September 2006
Magma Design Automation Inc. announced that the withdrawal by Synopsys Inc. of two patents at issue in the lawsuit it filed is a "transparent, desperate attempt" to mask the misdeeds Synopsys committed when it submitted fraudulent patent applications and then attempted to enforce those fraudulently obtained patents against Magma.

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