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Friday 26th November 2004
European semiconductor sales rose 3.5 per cent to $3.464 billion in October compared with September, according to the latest figures from the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
Friday 26th November 2004
German research super body Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft has announced plans to establish a new centre to carry out research and development into advanced nanoelectronics technology.
Tuesday 23rd November 2004
Infineon is set to replace STMicroelectronics as Europe's largest semiconductor company, according to a list of the world's top ten biggest chip makers (by forecast 2004 sales) compiled by market analyst IC Insights.
Tuesday 23rd November 2004
Eurosemi has launched a global marketplace directory to provide the industry with the best regionally focused global directory for the IC manufacturing industry.
Tuesday 23rd November 2004
SEMI has announced a "call for innovations" for the third annual Technology Innovation Showcase to be held in conjunction with SEMICON West 2005. The application deadline is February 6, 2005.
Tuesday 23rd November 2004
Gary Nevison has been appointed chairperson of European trade body the Distributors' and Manufacturers' Association of Semiconductor Specialists (DMASS).
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Monday 22nd November 2004
The European market for automotive integrated circuits will grow by 23 per cent to $4.5 billion in 2004, according to market analyst IC Insights.
Monday 22nd November 2004
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Monday 22nd November 2004
German chip-making giant Infineon has unveiled what it claims is the worlds smallest nanotube transistor.
Friday 19th November 2004
The semiconductor industry has made spectacular progress in boosting available source power for EUV (extreme ultraviolet) lithography – widely touted as the next major step forward in chip production – and should now focus its resources on other areas of this promising technology.
Thursday 18th November 2004
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Thursday 18th November 2004
Wednesday 17th November 2004
Wednesday 17th November 2004
Rapid growth in 300mm wafer sales has helped French silicon-on-chip maker Soitec Sa increase its first half turnover to Euro 66.4 million, a 55.7 per cent rise on the same period last year.
Wednesday 17th November 2004
UK semiconductor chemicals supplier Epichem has formed an alliance with US equipment maker Power+Energy.
Tuesday 16th November 2004
The Export-Import Bank of the United States has approved a $652 million loan guarantee to help US companies export equipment and services for a planned new silicon wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
Tuesday 16th November 2004
After a couple of years of mixed fortunes Hynix Semiconductor has had two pieces of good news this week with the company moving up the list of global DRAM suppliers and now the announcement with STMicroelectronics of the signing of a joint-venture agreement to build a front-end memory-manufacturing facility in Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province, China.
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Monday 15th November 2004
Technology giant Honeywell has bought Mitsubishi Chemical America's 40 per cent stake in Arizona-based semiconductor chemicals manufacturer GEM Microelectronics for an undisclosed sum. The deal makes Honeywell the sole owner of GEM.
Monday 15th November 2004
UK metrology company Bede has formed an alliance with Taiwan-based semiconductor equipment distributor Scientech with the aim of supplying advanced metrology tools to the huge Taiwanese and Chinese semiconductor market.
Monday 15th November 2004
Israeli pure-play wafer foundry Tower Semiconductor has announced plans to lay off 170 workers – 12 per cent of its workforce – as part of a series of measures aimed at cutting overheads.
Friday 12th November 2004
Morris Chang, chairman of leading semiconductor foundry Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), has admitted that the cost of updating the company's operations to 65nm manufacturing processes could reach $1 billion by 2005.
Friday 12th November 2004
The semiconductor chemicals and materials market will experience a “dramatic” fall in growth in 2005, according to market analyst The Information Network.
Friday 12th November 2004
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba has filed suits against Hynix Semiconductor – the world's largest DRAM producer - in Japan and the US, alleging infringement of its semiconductor memory patents.

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