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Wednesday 9th March 2005
UK research and development company Innos has teamed up with UK power innovator Perpetuum to develop siliconembedded self-powered wireless devices.
Wednesday 9th March 2005
US chip maker Texas Instruments has unveiled what it claims is the industry's first wireless digital baseband processor to be built using 65nm CMOS processes.
Wednesday 9th March 2005
Broadcom – one of the world’s largest fabless semiconductor companies – has opened a new design centre in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Wednesday 9th March 2005
Infineon has introduced a new family of application-specific 16-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) that it believes will strengthen its position in the market for general MCUs.
Tuesday 8th March 2005
Intel has hit back after the firm's Japanese arm was warned by the Japanese Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) to stop allegedly offering incentives - such as discounts and kickbacks - to companies to buy its microprocessors. The commission suspects Intel Japan has given incentives to encourage clients to only buy its microprocessors. This practise is banned in Japan under the Antimonopoly Law. Although the commission has not fined Intel, it has set Intel ten days to respond or face further measures.
Monday 7th March 2005
Sony Corporation has announced a management shake up that will see the first non-Japanese person to head the multi-national company. British born Sir Howard Stringer will take the reins of a new management team expected to be ratified by June 22nd start.
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Monday 7th March 2005
US fabless chip maker Broadcom has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Zeevo, a privately-owned Santa Clara-based provider of semiconductor and software solutions for Bluetooth wireless headsets.
Monday 7th March 2005
US chip maker Texas Instruments has unveiled what it claims is the industry’s first wireless digital baseband processor to be built using 65nm CMOS processes.
Monday 7th March 2005
The lithography market will remain flat in 2005 at around US$4.8 billion following "phenomenal" growth in 2004, according to a new report from market analyst The Information Network.
Monday 7th March 2005
UK research and development company Innos has teamed up with UK power innovator Perpetuum to develop silicon-embedded self-powered wireless devices.
Monday 7th March 2005
UK research and development company Innos has teamed up with UK power innovator Perpetuum to develop silicon-embedded self-powered wireless devices.
Thursday 3rd March 2005
The Irish government has been forced to scrap a proposal to provide US semiconductor giant Intel with a multi-million-euro grant to build a new 6,000m2 next generation chip making plant in the country following pressure from the European Union.
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Wednesday 2nd March 2005
French silicon-on-insulator wafer maker Soitec has announced that it has made the world's first single-crystal, thin-film gallium nitride (GaN)-on-insulator substrate.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
A federal judge in the US has dismissed US memory chip maker Rambus's patent suit against number one European chip maker Infineon.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
800 workers affected in plan to transfer production to 200mm facilities at Regensburg and Villach.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Scottish audio chip maker Wolfson Microelectronics has reported bumper financial results for 2004, thanks in part to the phenomenal success of Apple’s iPod digital music player.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
A group of UK-based companies have set up a trade association with the aim of kick-starting the development and use of nanotechnology and promoting the technology to government.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Chip maker Philips has launched what it claims is the industry’s first ARM9-based 32-bit microcontroller family fabricated using 90nm processes.
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Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Japanese chip maker Renesas Technology has announced that Dr Koichi Nagasawa will retire as chairman and chief executive officer in April and become chairman emeritus.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
The world’s largest PC maker Dell has dealt a blow to chip maker AMD’s quest to grow its share of the personal computer market by announcing that it will continue to only use Intel chips in its computers.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
California-based semiconductor firm Volterra has revealed that a former employee has been arrested and charged by federal agents for allegedly passing on confidential information to a rival semiconductor company in Taiwan.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Dutch semiconductor equipment and materials maker ASM International is back in profit after reporting earnings for the 2004 full year of euro 24 million on net sales up 29.6% to euro 752 million, thanks to strong growth in front-end sales.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
US foundry Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing has released design manuals and SPICE (simulation programme with integrated circuit emphasis) models for the 65nm process platform it is jointly developing with chip makers Infineon, IBM and Samsung.
Wednesday 2nd March 2005
It might be the symbol of the darkest episode in human history but the swastika – once an emblem of peace before the Nazis hijacked it – turns out to have some very useful properties in electronics.

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