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August averaged chip sales show global growth, says SIA
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
The three-month average of global sales of semiconductors rose to $19.06 billion in August, July, up 5.0 percent from $18.15 billion in July and down 16.1 percent from $22.71 billion in August 2008, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
V-shaped recovery gathers pace, says IC Insights
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The 2009 IC market, measured on a quarterly basis and especially with regard to unit volume shipments, has displayed a classic "V-shaped" recovery, according to market research organization IC Insights Inc. (Scottsdale, Ariz.).
IPtronics, Avago chip in to Intel's optical interconnect
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Through a collaborative effort with Intel and other industry partners, IPtronics A/S (Roskilde, Denmark) has developed silicon for Light Peak, a 10-Gbit/s optical interconnect system. Avago Technologies Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) has also developed an embedded "optical engine" for Light Peak.
IMEC tapes out Etna 3-D stacking chip
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The IMEC research center (Leuven, Belgium) and its 3-D integration partners have taped-out Etna, a 3-D chip that integrates a standard DRAM chip on top of a logic IC. The 3-D stack consists of a 25-micron thick logic die on top of which a commercial DRAM is stacked using through-silicon vias (TSVs) and micro-bumps.
National Semiconductor introduces 24-bit color SerDes for infotainment displays
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National Semiconductor claims the industry’s first serializer and deserializer (SerDes) chipsets capable of driving high-resolution, 24-bit color flat-panel displays with a 65 MHz clock.
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