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Infineon introduces LED drivers for energy-efficient lighting
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Infineon Technologies is extending its portfolio of energy efficient lighting ICs with a family of low cost linear LED drivers.
Chip equipment market to grow 50% in 2010, says SEMI
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After the worst ever annual decline in the semiconductor equipment market, the industry's trade organization is predicting two years of booming growth.
Analyst raises forecast on soaring October chip sales
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Bruce Diesen, analyst with Carnegie ASA (Oslo, Norway), has raised his forecast for the 2009 chip market, for the second month in a row. Carnegie asserts the market will still be down but the shrink will be less than Carnegie previously predicted.
Semefab to spend $11 million building a CMOS fab
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Semefab (Glenrothes, Scotland) has started building its CMOS3 wafer fab to support front end processing of MEMS structures.
October chip sales grew fastest in Europe
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The European and Americas regions grew fastest according to the October three-month average chip sales released by the Semiconductor Industry Association on Monday (Nov. 30), when compared with the previous month.
Samsung ramps production of 30-nm NAND memory
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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has begun volume production of 3-bit, multi-level-cell NAND flash chips using a 30-nm manufacturing process technology.
X-FAB and Plus Semi agree on sale of X-FAB UK
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X-FAB Silicon Foundries Group and Swindon-based Plus Semi have agreed on the sale of X-FAB's wafer fabrication plant in Plymouth, UK, to Plus Semi. A technology license agreement ensures the continuation of the existing operation.
Squeezable interface technology targets the 3D market
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Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants launched Suma, a uniquely intuitive and very low-cost squeezable user-interface technology aimed at 3D content interaction.
Soitec and CEA-Leti expand their collaboration on wafer-to-wafer 3D integration
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The Soitec Group and CEA-Leti announced plans to expand their collaboration on wafer-to-wafer 3D integration by offering customers a joint, comprehensive industrial solution.
Space-saving RJ45 jack with LEDs and protection against mis-mating
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The 12-pin, low-profile, in-board RJ45 jacks from Suyin only measure 18.05 x 20.25 x 11.45-mm and can be installed on the board in an offset manner to save further space.
EskoArtwork opens new devompment centre in India
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EskoArtwork (Gent, Belgium) has increased its presence in India by opening its state-of-the-art development centre in Bangalore.
Energy-harvest DC/DC IC solves conundrum as it stores, regulates, manages, and operates from scavenged power
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Linear Technology's LTC3108 is missing link in chain from transducer source to microcontroller/ADC and wireless transmitter.
Osmotic power generators harvest energy from sea
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The first pilot osmotic electricity generation plant built in Norway by Statkraft was enabled by the pressure exchanger inventions of Energy Recovery.
Semicon Japan: Axcelis, KLA roll tools
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At the Semicon Japan trade show this week, Applied, Axcelis, KLA-Tencor and others have rolled out new products.
IBM achieves accurate brain simulation
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IBM succeeds in simulating a human brain with as many neurons as a cat brain in its Synapse project for the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, for which it recently received $16.1 million in federal funding.
Update: Altera bumps up Q4 sales target
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Altera raised its sales target for the fourth quarter, saying it now expects revenue to improve by 15 to 18 percent compared to the third quarter.
Inphi sues Netlist for patent infringement
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Firing back at a competitor, analog IC vendor Inphi said it filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Netlist in U.S. District Court.
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