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6|24|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC), China's largest dedicated semiconductor foundry, said Friday (June 24) it agreed to ...

6|23|2016 PARIS—Researchers from the National University of Singapore have devised a thin and flexible pressure sensor that not only measures compressive loads from ...

6|23|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—The three-month average ratio of bookings to billings for North American semiconductor equipment vendors remained above parity for the fifth ...

6|22|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—Growth in the automotive semiconductor market slowed in 2015 amid currency fluctuations and rampant consolidation that shuffled vendor ...

6|22|2016 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Microchip executives have quelled most of the dissent from its acquisitions of Atmel and Micrel. However, small pockets of discontent ...

6|22|2016 A team of engineering students from the University of California-Davis has designed a 1,000-core processor with 621 million transistors and an ultimate ...

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