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Tuesday 2nd June 2015
By Tom Hackenberg, principal analyst, embedded processing for IHS
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Monday 1st June 2015
Combined company valued at an estimated $77 billion
Thursday 28th May 2015
First set of assembled and tested ICs have been successfully shipped and on-going production is scheduled through 2015.
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Friday 15th May 2015
Making thin films out of semiconducting materials is analogous to how ice grows on a windowpane: When the conditions are just right, the semiconductor grows in flat crystals that slowly fuse together, eventually forming a continuous film. This process of film deposition is common for traditional semiconductors like silicon or gallium arsenide -- the basis of modern electronics -- but scientists are now pushing the limits for how thin they can go. They have demonstrated a way to create a new kind of semiconductor thin film that retains its electrical properties even when it is just atoms thick.

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