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posted in June 2011

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Freescale's makeover: How's it look?
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6/26/2011   32 comments
CEO Beyer, in his keynote at Freescale Technology Forum, portrayed Freescale as a company of “embedded processing.” What pops into your head, when asked to describe Freescale in one key word?
AMP: Freescale’s answer to exploding Internet traffic
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6/21/2011   1 comment
Freescale is rolling out a next-generation multi-core platform called the Advanced Multiprocessing (AMP) series at 28nm.
TI rolls out two SoCs for small cell base stations
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6/20/2011   Post a comment
Texas Instruments is launching two new SoCs, both designed for metro, pico and enterprise base stations.
The rise of China's fabless industry
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6/15/2011   23 comments
China's burgeoning fabless chip sector is leveraging competitive advantages like access to capital and foundry agreements.
ADI buys Lyric – probability processing specialist
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6/13/2011   9 comments
AS ADI acquired Lyric Semiconductor, the entire Lyrics' team, including co-founders Ben Vigoda (shown) and David Raynolds, are now ADI employees.
Renesas shakes up post-quake plan
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6/10/2011   1 comment
Renesas is moving up the target date for full supply restoration to the end of September -- one month ahead of the previously announced goal.
Fujitsu: Full recovery to pre-quake production
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6/9/2011   9 comments
Fujitsu Semiconductor declares “full recovery to pre-quake production levels at all five plants” in the affected Tohoku region.
Comment: re: Land of the Rising Silence - 6/1/2011


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