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posted in March 2005

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Taking control of the noise
Product News  
3/30/2005   Post a comment
San Francisco's Castro District, walk through a side-street doorway with a small sign on the glass that reads "Cornfield Electronics," head up a steep flight of stairs into an old apartment-turned-office, and you'll find a purple-haired man who is turning engineering on its ear. Mitch Altman, a product of the Midwest and the roiling days of Silicon Valley startups, has turned on his innovative skills to invent a $14.95 device that turns off any television set, anywhere, anytime. And TV
Chip execs remain divided on future
News & Analysis  
3/21/2005   Post a comment
The next time you walk into Wal-Mart, show a little respect. That one company brings in more annual revenue than the entire semiconductor industry. It's a humbling comparison, but one in which some intriguing clues to the industry's future can be found
Le PDG de Freescale table sur une croissance à un chiffre
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3/17/2005   Post a comment
Le secteur des semi-conducteurs peut s’attendre, dans le meilleur des cas, à une croissance à un chiffre dans les années à venir car aucun secteur ne peut « se détacher du PIB », a déclaré le directeur général de Freescale Semiconductor à l’occasion du Semico Summit.
Nano-Zeitalter lässt F&E-Kosten explodieren
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3/16/2005   Post a comment
Die Forschungs- und Entwicklungskosten haben das Wachstum der Halbleiterbranche um 4 Prozent pro Jahr überholt. Zu diesem Schluss kommt Hans Stork, Chef-Technologe beim Chiphersteller Texas Instruments. "Ein Unternehmen mit diesen Zahlen würde nicht lange überleben", urteilt der Spitzen-Manager.
Freescale's Mayer sees single-digit growth
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3/15/2005   Post a comment
The semiconductor industry can expect at best single-digit growth in the coming years because no industry can "outgrow the GDP," the chief executive of Freescale Semiconductor said Tuesday (March 15) at the Semico Summit here.
Chipindustrie: robustes Wachstum bis 2009
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3/15/2005   Post a comment
Das wilde Auf und Ab der Halbleiterindustrie gehört der Vergangenheit an: Die Branche sei mitsamt ihrer gesamten Lieferkette jetzt so sehr an der kurzen Leine des Managements, dass derartige Dinge nicht mehr passieren können. Das glauben zumindest einige Manager aus der Branche.
Marking the moments
3/7/2005   Post a comment
Sometimes people stop me at conferences or end an e-mail note with "how's your mom?" I've written off and on about her and her medical odyssey for a few years.
ARC claims patent victory
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3/3/2005   Post a comment
ARC International this week claimed a fundamental patent relating to configurable processor technology, but a competitor, Tensilica, said it was unconcerned about the patent award.
Chip exec says destruction is a good thing
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3/1/2005   Post a comment
Destruction is good, according to the president and chief executive of PMC-Sierra.
Services business margins seen heading south
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3/1/2005   Post a comment
Like other sectors before it, the design services business could become a low-margin game, but the technical complexity and the breadth of customer needs should slow that path.

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