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MEMS foundry Micralyne makes design link
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11/2/2011   8 comments
Canadian pure-play foundry Micralyne has formed a partnership with Californian MEMS product development firm A.M.Fitzgerald & Associates.
Sonics sues Arteris for infringing patents
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11/2/2011   4 comments
Network-on-chip vendor Sonics is suing rival Arteris, claiming seven of its products infringe seven Sonics patents and demanding Arteris stop selling the products.
ST-Ericsson claims Nokia Windows Phone win
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11/2/2011   6 comments
Wireless chip vendor ST-Ericsson has announced that Nokia, previously a long-term partner, has selected the company as a supplier of chips for its Windows Phone mobile phones.
Huawei proposes video server standard
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11/2/2011   2 comments
To keep up with mobile and video traffic, wireless carriers will need a new class of high-end systems by 2015, said a Huawei executive who is proposing a new standard.
Atmel, AMCC post solid results amid downturn
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11/1/2011   1 comment
Chip makers Atmel and Applied Micro Circuits reported quarterly sales that grew on a sequential basis and said their companies executed well given the current macroeconomic environment.
Intel to update Celeron lineup
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11/1/2011   3 comments
Intel Corp. will reportedly be updating its Celeron product line in the first quarter of 2012, with several new chips aimed at the lower end of the notebook market.
Calxeda could create 32-bit microserver market
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11/1/2011   15 comments
Confirmation of the partnership between Hewlett Packard Co. and Texas startup Calxeda Inc. to develop ARM based servers has added more fuel to discussions about microservers, and which process technology is best poised to serve the market.
Special EE Times Japan edition snags award
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11/1/2011   8 comments
EE Times received the Gold in the 2011 Eddie Award for best business-to-business digital edition for a special edition focused on the March 11 earthquake in Japan and its aftermath.
Firm: Thai floods won't drive big SSD uptick
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11/1/2011   3 comments
The flooding that has ravaged Thailand and created major challenges to the manufacturing of hard disk drives there will spur only a limited increase in adoption of solid-state drives, according to DRAMechange.
HP builds prototype for Calxeda ARM server
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11/1/2011   4 comments
Hewlett-Packard will build a development system that uses 32-bit ARM-based EnergyCore processors announced by startup Calxeda—as well as other CPUs.
SIA restates Q3 comparisons after stats glitch
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11/1/2011   2 comments
The Semiconductor Industry Association has confirmed that it mis-stated the quarterly sequential comparisons for Japan and the global semiconductor market in its statement of global semiconductor sales for September issued Monday (Oct. 31).
NXP sees continued order volatility
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NXP Semiconductors reported that third quarter sales declined on both a sequential and annual basis and said it expects order patterns to remain volatile over the next few quarters.
X-FAB introduces energy efficient 0.18 um process
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11/1/2011   Post a comment
X-FAB has introduced a new 0.18um process targeted at power management , digital control and other power control SoC applications...
CSR to launch new navigation platforms
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In hopes of improving indoor and outdoor navigation, CSR plc is rolling out the company’s next-generation location-based architecture and two new platforms.
Driver Amplifier Spans 48 GHz
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GaAs pHEMT MMIC distributed amplifier delivers 0.25 Watts output power
Skyworks LNA targets wireless infrastructure
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Applications include tower mounted amplifiers, remote radio units, repeaters and base stations
Hon Hais profits sink for 4th quarter in a row
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11/1/2011   2 comments
Apple Inc.’s Taiwanese manufacturing partner, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., has posted yet another quarter of profit decline, it’s fourth in a row, as the electronics industry continues to feel the effects of the ongoing economic crisis.
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