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DIGITIMES regularly interviews leading industry executives, inviting them to talk frankly about the technology issues and the business challenges of our rapidly changing industry. We always welcome the opportunity to discuss industry trends and issues face-to-face, via email or during a conference call.

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  • Focused on embedded flash: Q&A with Spansion EVP Glenda Dorchak

    Monday 11 March 2013

    Spansion recently announced a joint development with United Microelectronics (UMC) to integrate its proprietary embedded charge trap (eCT) flash memory technology with the foundry's 40nm low power (LP) process. This provides...

  • Spansion gearing up for SLC NAND

    Friday 1 June 2012

    Spansion has started sampling the company's first single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory, built using SK Hynix' 4Xnm process technology, and packaged and tested by Spansion itself. The announcement arrives a couple of...

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  • O-Film expected to produce for 35% of handset touch panels in 2014

    Before Going to Press | 21min ago

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  • Trends in the upstream LED equipment and materials industries, 2H13

    This report examines the outlook for upstream, which includes MOCVD equipment, rare earth materials and sapphire substrates, is also particularly significant as an indicator of trends in the LED industry as a whole over the next year.

  • Global AMOLED market analysis and forecast, 2011-2015

    This report analyzes the current state of development and strategies of the two largest AMOLED panel makers, Samsung and LG Display, examines the potential of the AMOLED handset panel and OLED TV markets, and takes an in-depth look at the competitiveness of S. Korea in the AMOLED sector.

  • ASPs of TD-LTE chips to remain stable initially as suppliers are limited

    While a number of IC vendors have begun shipping chips supporting TD-LTE, including base band chips, radio frequency chips, APs, SoC solutions and soft modems, shipments of base band chips account for a majority share of total TD-LTE chip shipments currently, according to Digitimes Research.