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Thursday 30th December 2004
The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) has announced the winners of its 2004 awards.
Wednesday 29th December 2004
Thursday 16th December 2004
Scientists at German chip maker Infineon Technologies have built the world’s smallest non-volatile flash memory cell. The pioneering cell measures 20nm - around 5,000 times thinner than a human hair.
Thursday 16th December 2004
Thursday 16th December 2004
Thursday 16th December 2004
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Monday 13th December 2004
UK-based market analyst Future Horizons has poured scorn on gloomy predictions of a short-lived semiconductor recovery in 2005 followed quickly by a market collapse.
Thursday 9th December 2004
UK metrology tool supplier Bede has appointed Stuart McIntosh as non-executive chairman of the board. Previous chairman Norman Price OBE will remain with the company as a non-executive director.
Wednesday 8th December 2004
German chip maker Infineon Technologies AG has announced plans to build a new $1 billion front-end production plant in Kulim High Tech Park, Malaysia.
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Wednesday 8th December 2004
Israeli pure-play foundry Tower Semiconductor has agreed to sell all of its holdings in Israel-based fabless memory supplier Saifun Semiconductor to a US private equity investor for around $39 million in cash.
Wednesday 8th December 2004
The European semiconductor distribution market grew strongly in the third quarter of 2004, increasing sales by 19% on the same period last year to euro 1.17 billion.
Tuesday 7th December 2004
Monday 6th December 2004
UK silicon wafer recycling firm Pure Wafer has announced plans to float on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) before Christmas this year.
Monday 6th December 2004
Scottish fabless chip maker Wolfson has opened a new logistics centre in Ipoh, Malaysia, with the aim of providing its customers in the region with faster delivery.
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Thursday 2nd December 2004
Thursday 2nd December 2004
STMicroelectronics's new technology park in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore has been officially inaugurated by Singapore minister for trade and industry Lim Hng Kian.
Thursday 2nd December 2004
Overly optimistic estimations of demand for semiconductors combined with overproduction by manufacturers has triggered a major industry correction, warns market analyst IDC.
Wednesday 1st December 2004
The DVD chip market could be given a new lease of life following Toshiba's announcement that it has gained the support of a number of Hollywood studios to develop a new high definition DVD technology.
Tuesday 30th November 2004
Monday 29th November 2004
Heinz Kundert is to step down as chief executive officer of equipment supplier Unaxis, as part of a major shake-up of the Swiss company.

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