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posted in July 2013
Japan to Form Power Device Initiative
News & Analysis  
7/31/2013   11 comments
Unlike the CE market, there are no established testing procedures for power devices used in vehicles or other high-voltage, high-current infrastructure equipment. It could result in life and death issues, warned an Advantest executive.
TI Gives Tour of Analog Fab Terrain
News & Analysis  
7/31/2013   16 comments
The process technology behind analog components is highly diverse, say executives at Texas Instruments, which supports 78 different process flows.
Is Moore's Law Dead? Does It Matter?
Blog  
7/31/2013   57 comments
Does US national security depend on the continuance of Moore's Law, or is innovation that addresses the realities of the technology business opportunity more important to progress and wealth creation?
Silicon Valley Makes Beer, Not Chips
Blog  
7/26/2013   24 comments
It's still frothy times in the home of Apple, Cisco, Google and Facebook, but now we wear jeans and T-shirts, not bunny suits, when we go to work.
Loss-Making ST Forecasts Flat for Q3
News & Analysis  
7/23/2013   4 comments
As STMicroelectronics strives to move on from its wireless misadventure, the company has reported losses in its Q2 results and sees no sequential growth in Q3.
Other Firms Prepare to Eat Apple's Lunch
News & Analysis  
7/19/2013   54 comments
Shipments of Apple iPhones fell below expectations in the first quarter of 2013 and market analyst IHS reckons Apple is on track to lose market share in the rapidly growing market.
Intel Results Continue to Slide
News & Analysis  
7/18/2013   35 comments
Intel cuts 2013 capex and revenue forecasts as it reports falling profits in second quarter.
Tanner's Growth Is Enabled by Standards
Blog  
7/17/2013   4 comments
Tanner has long been the smaller, independent EDA company, but that has served the company well, and the increased number of standards in EDA is helping the company grow.
India Ranks as 66th Most Innovative Nation
India Chip Chat  
7/16/2013   21 comments
India, though trying to be nearer to its innovation destination, just keeps slip slidin' away.
MEMS Nixes Temperature Compensation
News & Analysis  
7/11/2013   9 comments
SiTime aims for five parts per billion frequency stability for future micro-electro-mechanical system resonators using its TempFlat technology.
Experts Discuss Who Verifies IP Cores
Blog  
7/8/2013   1 comment
Questions have circled around IP core verification for years. EE Times went to some experts and got some up-to-date guidelines and opinions.
Complex Chips Make Tangled Business
Blog  
7/3/2013   5 comments
As chip complexity has increased, design has climbed in abstraction, and it has created a Byzantine network of business models and opportunities. But are too many entities trying to take profit across the design process killing the goose that lays the golden IC?
Chip Sales Boom in May
News & Analysis  
7/2/2013   7 comments
Americas and Asia-Pacific regions drive May three-month average of global chip sales above expectations and produce the largest sequential monthly increase in averaged sales since March 2010.
Global Chip Sales Buoyed by Phones, Memories
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   4 comments
An analyst predicts that industry bodies will report a sharp increase in the three-month moving average for May global chip sales.


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