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Thursday 15th February 2018

Live demonstrations will cover applications in computing, communications, and automotive

Wednesday 14th February 2018
Special-purpose chip reduces power consumption of public-key encryption by 99.75 percent, increases speed 500-fold.
Friday 9th February 2018
Thursday 8th February 2018
Handles homogeneous and heterogeneous chip integration with high-density packaging to enhance the efficiency of chip and passive design optimization
Thursday 8th February 2018
Above a false-color, plan-view SEM image of a lateral gallium oxide field effect transistor with an optically defined gate. From near (bottom) to far (top): the source, gate, and drain electrodes. Metal is shown in yellow and orange, dark blue represents dielectric material, and lighter blue denotes the gallium oxide substrate. Credit: AFRL Sensors Directorate at WPAFB, Ohio, US
Thursday 8th February 2018
MOCVD business 'back to normal' after months of IP litigation in US and Chinese courts
Wednesday 7th February 2018
Wednesday 31st January 2018

▪ Q1 FY 2018: Revenue of €1,775 million; Segment Result €283 million; Segment Result Margin 15.9 percent; earnings per share €0.18 (basic and diluted); adjusted earnings per share €0.20 (diluted); gross margin 36.4 percent, adjusted gross margin 37.4 percent

▪ Outlook for FY 2018: Only due to the weaker US$ based on an assumed exchange rate of US$ 1.25 to the euro for the remainder of the fiscal year, year on-year revenue growth of about 5 percent (plus or minus 2 percentage points) and Segment Result Margin of 16,5 percent at mid-point of revenue guidance

▪ Outlook for Q2 FY 2018: quarter-on-quarter revenue growth of 4 percent (plus or minus 2 percentage points) and Segment Result Margin of 16 percent at mid-point of revenue guidance

Thursday 25th January 2018

Murata company ranks among top ten semiconductor manufacturers on Patent Power 2017

Thursday 25th January 2018
Illustration of a voltage-induced memory effect in monolayer nanomaterials, which layer to create "atomristors," the thinnest memory storage device that could lead to faster, smaller and smarter computer chips. Cockrell School of Engineering
Thursday 25th January 2018
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Wednesday 17th January 2018
Tuesday 16th January 2018
By Jamie Fox, principal analyst, LEDs and lighting, IHS Markit

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