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Monday 21st February 2005
Lawyers from German semiconductor giant Infineon and US memory chip maker Rambus are in court this week in the latest stage of legal battle between the two companies.
Monday 21st February 2005
Number three European chip maker Philips Semiconductors has been awarded euro 33 million of funding from the French government to undertake research and development into technology for the high-frequency communications sector
Thursday 17th February 2005
Number one European chip maker Infineon and California-based data security firm Spyrus have unveiled a new personal authentication and security product aimed at protecting data shared over the internet.
Thursday 17th February 2005
South Korean electronics group Samsung claims that it has produced the world's first DRAM device based on the new DDR3 technology.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Belgium-based ICOS Vision Systems - a supplier of inspection solutions for the semiconductor industry – has reported an 8% year-on-year rise in revenues for the fourth quarter of 2004 to euro 16.3 million.
Thursday 17th February 2005
The Information Network’s gloomy report claims recovery will start no sooner than 4Q05.
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Thursday 17th February 2005
The top four personal computer (PC) manufacturers from 2003 have retained their positions in 2004, according to market analyst iSuppli's latest rankings of the world’s largest computer makers.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Worldwide silicon shipments (measured in area of silicon) rose by 22% in 2004 to 6.3 billion square inches (5.1 billion), according to the Semi Silicon Manufacturers Group's year-end analysis of the silicon wafer industry.
Thursday 17th February 2005
California-based Cypress Semiconductor Corporation has decided to put Silicon Magnetic Systems - a subsidiary company that specialises in magnetic random access memory (MRAM) - up for sale.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Europe could fall behind the US in nanotechnology expertise unless it ups its investment in research into this promising technology.
Thursday 17th February 2005
US semiconductor equipment giant KLA-Tencor has waded into the battle to acquire Minnesota-based defect detection system maker August Technology with a bid that values the firm at US$11.50 in cash per share.
Thursday 17th February 2005
UK-based configurable processor core company ARC International has announced its unaudited financial results for the full-year ended December 31 2004.
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Thursday 17th February 2005
Swedish equipment maker Micronic Laser Systems made record net sales during 2004 of 839 Swedish Kromer (SEK), almost double 2003’s figure of SEK428 million (one SEK is worth just over a tenth of a Euro).
Thursday 17th February 2005
TSMC Europe president Kees den Otter has taken a swipe at Europe for its bureaucracy, employment laws and lack of tax incentives for semiconductor companies.
Thursday 17th February 2005
A new trade body - the Fab Owners Association (FOA) - has been set up by nine semiconductor companies to represent the interests of some of the industry’s smaller players.
Thursday 17th February 2005
Chris Belden has been appointed group vice president and general manager of global operations at US semiconductor equipment giant Applied Materials.
Wednesday 16th February 2005
UK-based wireless systems company CSR has set up a new company – called CSR Sweden AB – in Lund, Sweden to undertake design of wireless chips.
Wednesday 16th February 2005
A multi-disciplinary team of scientists from the Universities of Sheffield, Nottingham, Manchester and Glasgow has been awarded a £3 million research grant to develop a new nanotechnology tool that they have called the Snomipede.
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Tuesday 15th February 2005
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Tuesday 15th February 2005
Chip maker STMicroelectronics has announced that it is developing a range of security technologies for protecting NOR Flash memories against unauthorised access
Monday 14th February 2005
The top four personal computer (PC) manufacturers from 2003 have retained their positions in 2004.
Monday 14th February 2005
Number three European chip maker Philips Semiconductor has announced that it will deliver a system-in-package in the fourth quarter that will allow television to be displayed on mobile phones
Friday 11th February 2005
The semiconductor equipment market will not return to growth for the next six quarters, according to a new report from market analyst The Information Network.
Friday 11th February 2005
Swedish equipment maker Micronic Laser Systems made record net sales during 2004 of 839 Swedish Kromer (SEK), almost double 2003’s figure of SEK 428 million.

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