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Les sociétés japonaises s’intéressent à l’intégration et non à l’externalisation
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L’externalisation et les stratégies dites fabless (sans unité de fabrication) sont légions dans le secteur des semi-conducteurs, mais Rohm, Sony et Renesas sont intéressés par une plus grande intégration.
Schwaches Jahr für Chip-Industrie erwartet
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Hohe Lagerbestände, sinkende Verkaufspreise und ein schwaches wirtschaftliches Umfeld werden die Aussichten der Halbleiterindustrie für 2005 verdüstern. Die Investmentbank Pacific Crest Securities erwartet einen weltweiten Umsatzrückgang von 4 Prozent gegenüber 2004.
ISSI lowers Q4 forecast amid pricing pressures
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Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. expects its revenue for the December 2004 quarter will be lower than the Company's previous guidance.
MagnaChip beefs up CMOS image sensor line
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After spinning off from Hynix Semiconductor last year, Korea's MagnaChip Semiconductor is moving quickly to beef up its CMOS image sensor product line.
IR's Class D audio directFET MOSFET boosts audio performance
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1/3/2005   Post a comment
The device parameters of International Rectifier Corp.'s DirectFET MOSFET are tuned specifically for improved audio performance such as efficiency, total harmonic distortion (THD) and power density.
The CTO interview: Hans Stork of Texas Instruments
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At the recent IEDM conference in San Francisco, Silicon Strategies caught up with Hans Stork, senior vice president, chief technology officer and director of silicon technology development at Texas Instruments Inc.
IC market to decline 4% in '05
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Amid the current inventory correction problem, falling ASPs and related economic factors, the semiconductor industry is expected to decline by 4 percent in terms of worldwide sales in 2005 over 2004, according to a report from Pacific Crest Securities Inc. on Monday (Jan. 3).
IC shipments down in November but analog to grow
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Worldwide IC unit shipments were down in November, but bloated chip inventories are beginning to subside for select products in the marketplace, according to analysts.
GaAs LNA spans 17 to 26 GHz
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The HMC517 from Hittite Microwave can be easily be integrated into hybrid or MCM assemblies due to its small size.
AMD unveils media processor, teams with TiVo for DVRs
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AMD has unveiled a system-on-chip (SoC) solution for portable media players that supports direct video content transfer to digital video recorders and scaling to DVD-quality displays. At the same time, AMD is partnering with TiVo to support its DVR initiative.
Up/downconverter mixer offers high linearity and low noise for 2.5/3G basestations
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Maxim's MAX2039 integrates many discrete components, resulting in a 2.5x reduction in board space and 33% reduction in component count as compared to previous solutions.
La Chine va accroître ses dégrèvements fiscaux sur les exportations de produits électroniques
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Afin de rendre ses produits plus concurrentiels sur les marchés étrangers, la Chine a augmenté de 13 à 17 % ses dégrèvements fiscaux sur les exportations de produits électroniques.
Worldwide chip sales jump 1.3% in November, says SIA
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Worldwide sales of semiconductors grew to $19.02 billion in November, an increase of 1.3 percent from $18.8 billion in October, and an increase of 18 percent from the $16.12 billion in the like period a year ago, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported late Thursday (Dec. 31).
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