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Altera guidance revision to spur growth for Taiwan suppliers

Mar 4, 16:22

Altera's recently-revised guidance for the first quarter of 2009 is good news for its contract suppliers in Taiwan, which include foundry partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing...

Altera reiterates partnership with TSMC

Feb 16, 16:18

In response to speculated changes in partnerships between FPGA designers and foundries, John Daane, CEO of Altera, has indicated his company will maintain its long-term relationship...

Altera 40nm Stratix IV GT and Arria II GX FPGAs targeting both high-end and low-end markets

Feb 6, 15:08

Altera has announced two new 40nm FPGA products, the Stratix IV GT and Arria II GX, with integrated transceivers broadening the company's portfolio of transceiver FPGA and ASIC sol...

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Altera reportedly to partner with UMC

Feb 6, 10:42

Following rumors speculating that Xilinx is likely to start cooperating with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) for its next-generation 32nm FPGA (field-programmable...

Xilinx considering TSMC as new foundry partner for 32nm FPGA

Feb 5, 14:47

Xilinx is said to have included Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) among its potential foundry partners for 32nm FPGA (field-programmable gate array) manufacturing,...

China 3G deployment to benefit TSMC and UMC, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 4, 14:49

China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom have begun their deployment of 3G networks and expect to begin operations before June. The China government forecasts to see 50 million...

Samsung forms foundry partnership with Xilinx for 45nm FPGA

Feb 3, 13:59

Samsung Electronics has announced it has been selected by Xilinx as its foundry partner for 45nm FPGA manufacturing. Samsung's 300mm logic process facility, S1 Line, located in Korea,...

Samsung head-hunters eyeing talent from TSMC

Dec 26, 01:25

Samsung Electronics is said to looking to recruit talent from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to expand its wafer OEM business, according to industry players.

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Samsung vying for Xilinx 40nm FPGA orders

Dec 8, 11:34

Samsung Electronics is attempting to snatch outsourcing orders for 40nm FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays) from Xilinx by offering lower prices than competitors', according to...

TSMC to ship Altera 40nm FPGAs by year-end

Newswatch - Nov 26, 10:25

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will start shipping 40nm FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays) to its key customer Altera by the end of this year, kicking off the...

IC substrate maker Kinsus to see sales decline more than 15% in 4Q amid weak order volumes

Nov 12, 12:06

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology expects to see a sales decline of more than 15% in the fourth quarter, while its utilization rate will be in the 65-70% range and...

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