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Friday 6th January 2006
Total revenues in the European pressure sensors and transmitters markets stood at US$1,484.8 million in 2005 and are set to reach US$2,069.6 million by 2012, according to market researchers at Frost & Sullivan.
Friday 6th January 2006
“MEMS technology driven by automotive, information technology and telecommunication applications has successfully matured from lab to fab,” says Mr. Thallner (CEO and founder of EVG).
Friday 6th January 2006
A US$700,000 grant awarded to the University of Massachusetts Amherst by the US National Science Foundation will fund a Nano-Imprint Lithography laboratory to further research capabilities in nanoscale device manufacturing. Delivery and installation of the new equipment is expected by spring 2006.
Friday 6th January 2006
Oxford nanoScience reports that developers of MRAM (magnetoresistive random access memory) in the Far East are taking a keen interest in the company’s Laser 3 Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP) from to provide an accurate analysis method to show the atomic level structure in these complex devices.
Thursday 5th January 2006
Data for November 2005 shows a positive result for semiconductor sales in Europe (3.2% growth against +1.7% worldwide) according to a report by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organisation, the European Semiconductor Industry Association. (EECA-ESA) reports.
Wednesday 4th January 2006
Royal Philips Electronics announced it will start the process of creating a separate legal structure for its Semiconductors business.
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Tuesday 3rd January 2006
Following plunging prices and mounting losses among suppliers in the fourth quarter of 2005, conditions in the DRAM market are likely to take a slight turn for the better in the first quarter of 2006, iSuppli Corp. predicts.
Monday 2nd January 2006
The global semiconductor industry could save nearly $500 million per year in energy costs—or enough electricity to power a small city—by making modest improvements to its tools and facility support systems, according to a study by the International SEMATECH Manufacturing Initiative (ISMI).
Sunday 1st January 2006
Cemtrex Inc. announced that it is currently involved in developing a small-scale 10MW captive renewable electricity project that is based on biomass fuel for abatement of carbon dioxide and reduction of greenhouse gases in northern India.
Saturday 31st December 2005
News that Seagate Technology LLC will acquire Maxtor Corp. is a welcome development for the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) industry in general, and for the two companies in particular, iSuppli Corp. believes.
Friday 30th December 2005
ARM announced that Circuits-Multi-Projects (CMP) has licensed the ARM RealView CREATE family of Electronic System Level (ESL) tools to drive advanced SoC projects in universities and research laboratories across Europe, Turkey, Egypt and Israel.
Friday 23rd December 2005
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Markets for microsystems will double over the next five years from $12 billion in 2004 to $25 billion in 2009, a CAGR of 16%, according to a market analysis on "MEMS and Microsystems III, 2005-2009", by NEXUS.
Friday 23rd December 2005
Active participation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will be key to rolling out the potential of nanotechnology in Europe, according to a report from the Nanoforum consortium covering regional, national and European levels for start-ups and SMEs specialising in nanotechnologies.
Friday 23rd December 2005
MEMS manufacturer Innovative Micro Technology (IMT) announced the formation of a division to develop new biosensor technologies using its advanced MEMS expertise. The Silicon Biosensor Division’s initial aim is to develop resonating beam sensors in partnership with Professor Scott Manalis of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Friday 23rd December 2005
A Chinese company has placed a $3 million order for MEMS production equipment with SUSS MicroTec. The equipment order includes mask aligners, coater/developers, bonders and a probe system for new MEMS device development. The order was received in November and the machines are due for installation in Q2 2006.
Thursday 15th December 2005
ATDF, a technology R&D centre for the semiconductor industry, unveiled a suite of test products designed to help semiconductor manufacturers and equipment makers prepare for advanced technology generations.
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Wednesday 14th December 2005
Intel Corp. and STMicroelectronics have announced they will collaborate on the development of NOR-type flash memory products, a move that will bring a much-needed standardisation to the market, believes iSuppli Corp.
Tuesday 13th December 2005
Toppan Photomasks, Inc. and Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced an agreement to jointly develop advanced photomask technology supporting the production of high-performance integrated circuits at 65nm design rules and below.
Monday 12th December 2005
ASML is to receive a shipment for an extreme ultra violet (EUV) optical lithography system from Carl Zeiss SMT.
Sunday 11th December 2005
Intel Corporation announced the establishment of a US$250 million venture capital fund to help stimulate technological innovation in India and drive continued growth of the country’s Information Technology (IT) industry.
Saturday 10th December 2005
For 2005, preliminary data, based on a report by The Information Network indicated ASML has retained the lead in revenues with a 53.2% share of the $4.8 billion market for new lithography tools sold, up from a 50.3% share in 2004. Nikon held a 31.3% share in 2005, up from 26.8% in 2004.
Thursday 8th December 2005
MEMS manufacturer Innovative Micro Technology (IMT) has announced the formation of a Division to develop new biosensor technologies using its advanced MEMS expertise.

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