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Wednesday 9th August 2006
The x86 processor markets have gone from boring to exciting as the dynamics of the computing market continue to change.
Wednesday 9th August 2006
JMAR Technologies, Inc. has received a $3.1 million award by Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). This is the latest increment to be added to JMAR's current contract, valued at $17.5 million, to continue development of sub-100nm feature x-ray masks and next generation nanolithography.
Wednesday 9th August 2006
Dainippon Printing (DNP) and U.S.-based Brion Technologies announced the initiation of a joint development program to improve the productivity and quality of leading-edge photomask production.
Wednesday 9th August 2006
Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments increased 4 percent during the second quarter 2006 when compared to the first quarter 2006 areas shipments according to the SEMI Silicon Manufacturers Group (SMG) in its quarterly analysis of the silicon wafer industry.
Tuesday 8th August 2006
Innos, research and development company has announced an invitation for academics to submit new ideas in order to access pump-priming funding.
Tuesday 8th August 2006
Magnum Semiconductor, Inc. (Magnum) announced the opening of its new sales and applications support offices in Tokyo, Japan.
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Tuesday 8th August 2006
A new approach to providing world-class operations-level services to fabless semiconductor start-ups, allowing innovators to concentrate on their system-level expertise, has been introduced by Siliconaire Inc.
Tuesday 8th August 2006
Integration Assocites has announced the appointment of Roger Bailey as the new director of sales in Europe.
Tuesday 8th August 2006
NemeriX, has announced expansion of its North American operations with the opening of its Silicon Valley office and development centre.
Tuesday 8th August 2006
SigmaTel, Inc. announced that its portable media system-on-chip (SoC) solution enabled Philips MP3 players to surpass the competition and take the lead in Germany and Chile, as the number 1 player in the quantity segment market according to Philips market research.
Monday 7th August 2006
Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), has named well-known semiconductor technology expert Dr. Jeffrey Welser as director for the consortium's Nanotechnology Research Initiative (NRI). Under his direction, aggressive research in nanoelectronics will be conducted in collaboration with U.S. federal and state government research agencies.
Monday 7th August 2006
Si-Light Technologies Ltd, a spin-out company from the University of Surrey (UniS) has announced that it has received seed funding from the Cascade Fund.
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Monday 7th August 2006
Wireless China, Inc., a wireless value-added service provider based in Beijing, The People's Republic of China (PRC), has raised a $1.2 million (US) preferred seed round of funding.
Monday 7th August 2006
Alereon, Inc., has announced RTI Industries Company Ltd. (RTI), as its new distributor to meet Alereon's growing need for sales and support of its complete solutions for UWB applications in China.
Sunday 6th August 2006
Regardless of the application (e.g., digital consumer, networking, mobile), System-on-Chip (SoC) plays an important role in allowing designers to integrate several CPUs, DSPs, caches, memory blocks, I/O controllers, and many more hardware blocks all on a single device.
Friday 4th August 2006
Royal Philips Electronics announced that the company has signed an agreement with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR), Silver Lake Partners and AlpInvest Partners NV (together referred to as "the consortium") through which the consortium will acquire an 80.1% stake in Philips' Semiconductors business, with Philips retaining a 19.9% stake in this business.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Infineon Technologies AG and its subsidiary Qimonda AG announced the conclusion of license agreements with Tessera Inc. Infineon, Qimonda and Tessera have also agreed to settle all outstanding litigation between them.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Excess stockpiles of PC microprocessors and core-logic chipsets caused surplus semiconductor inventories in the global electronics supply chain to rise more than expected in the second quarter, according to new data from iSuppli Corp.'s Semiconductor Inventory Tracker service.
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Thursday 3rd August 2006
A group of 15 leading European Semiconductor companies, Intellectual Property (IP) vendors, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) companies and academic institutions specialising in advanced silicon chip design announced that they are working jointly in the SPRINT Project to keep Europe at the forefront of System-on-Chip (SoC) development. The project will develop new methodologies and standards to enable efficient reuse and exchange of IP to speed up and reduce costs of SoC design. ; ;
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Sandisk announced the appointment of Dr. Atsuyoshi Koike as president of SanDisk Limited (SDKK), the company's wholly-owned subsidiary in Japan. Dr. Koike's primary focus will be on technology and Fab operations at SanDisk's flash wafer development and manufacturing facility at Yokkaichi, where SanDisk has a strategic partnership with Toshiba.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Arrowhead Research Corporation announced that it will begin a collaboration with Dr. Andrew Rinzler to further develop flexible electronic devices made at the University of Florida. Arrowhead will have the first option to exclusively license and commercialize the technology.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., and Renesas Technology Corp. announced that they have entered the full integration testing of a 45-nm SoC (system-on-chip) semiconductor manufacturing technology.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
The Cre8Ventures initiative of Mentor Graphics announced that it has helped incubate start-up Mirics Semiconductor at its Fleet offices, where Mirics has now headquartered their engineering and sales/marketing teams.
Thursday 3rd August 2006
Micron Technology, Inc. applauded the Federal Trade Commission's decision that Rambus, Inc., unlawfully monopolized the markets for four computer memory technologies incorporated into industry standards for memory computer chips.

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