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Monday 29 May 2023
Blumind utilizes analog semiconductor architecture to facilitate AI inferencing
(CTA interview, please don't lock the story) Artificial intelligence development and adoption have encountered serious energy efficiency hurdles with current computer architectures...
Friday 19 May 2023
Analog Devices to expand Ireland site with new semiconductor R&D and manufacturing facility
Analog Devices has announced a new EUR630 million (US$678.4 million) investment at its European regional headquarters in Limerick, Ireland. The funds will be used to build a new 45,000-square-foot...
Tuesday 9 May 2023
Canadian AI startup Astrus on the way to revolutionize analog chip design
Astrus, a Canada-based startup focusing on analog IC design automation, is aspiring to revolutionize the global chip design industry by leveraging recent breakthroughs in artificial...
Wednesday 26 April 2023
TSMC, GF strike new contracts with car vendors
TSMC and GlobalFoundries have both struck long-term contracts with car vendors.
Thursday 20 April 2023
Recovery momentum still weak in China consumer electronics market, says GigaDevice
China's consumer electronics market demand is not expected to recover significantly until the second half of the year despite a recent pick-up in retail sales, and the Double 11 shopping...
Tuesday 28 March 2023
ACM Research talks about new orders, growth opportunities
ACM Research, a leading developer of wafer processing technologies for semiconductor and advanced wafer-level packaging applications, has secured its first purchase order from a major...
Tuesday 28 March 2023
Chipmakers to boost 300mm fab capacity to all-time high in 2026
Semiconductor manufacturers worldwide are forecast to increase 300mm fab capacity to an all-time high of 9.6 million wafers per month in 2026, according to SEMI.
Monday 27 March 2023
BYD production cut denting car chip sales from Taiwan suppliers
Leading Chinese automaker BYD reportedly is enforcing production cuts in response to sluggish China market demand, casting clouds over the shipment prospects for automotive chips...
Friday 24 March 2023
Taiwan foundries see surge in orders transferred from China
The US' escalation of the chip war with China has prompted more companies to shift their orders to Taiwan-based pure-play foundries. However, contract prices provided by TSMC and...
Monday 6 March 2023
Top 3 memory vendors account for three-fourths of leading-edge wafer capacity
According to Knometa Research, Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology, and SK Hynix held 76% of the leading-edge capacity at the end of 2022, with the majority of it going toward...
Wednesday 1 March 2023
TI, ADI see analog chips sales for auto, industrial applications on growth track
Analog chips demand for automotive and industrial control applications stays in high gear, allowing the world's leading suppliers Texas Instruments (TI) and Analog Devices (ADI) to...
Wednesday 22 February 2023
UK-based Agile Analog brings automation and optimization into analog IP design
Agile Analog, an analog IP provider based in Cambridge, UK, is revolutionizing analog IP design by giving designers of ASICs (application-specific ICs) and SoC (system-on-chip) the...
Tuesday 14 February 2023
IC distributors upbeat about demand for automotive, industrial and server apps
Automobile, industrial control, and server industries have drawn market interest with the decline in demand for PCs and consumer electronics. According to sources at Taiwan-based...
Tuesday 7 February 2023
How do SMEs survive while analog IC giants grow through acquisition?
The analog IC industry is more resilient than other semiconductor sub-sectors, with better value output not only during the two economic downturns in the past 10 years, but also inventory...
Thursday 19 January 2023
Samsung to grow foundry IP partner ecosystem
Samsung Electronics reportedly is looking to boost its semiconductor IP sales by working closely with silicon IP and design service companies.
Tuesday 5 January 2016
Samsung Electronics has announced it is mass producing an all-in-one advanced system logic chip for the health-oriented wearables market, the Bio-Processor. The Samsung Bio-Processor is specifically designed to allow accelerated development of wearable products for consumers who are increasingly monitoring their health and fitness on a daily basis, the vendor said. By integrating analog front ends (AFE), microcontroller unit (MCU), power management IC, digital signal processor (DSP) and eFlash memory, Samsung's Bio-Processor is able to process the bio-signals it measures without the need of external processing parts. Samsung Bio-Processor will be available in fitness/health devices within the first half of 2016, according to the company.
Jun 2, 09:06
STMicroelectronics introduces automotive inertial module with certified ASIL B software library for a broad range of automotive applications
Friday 2 June 2023
First AI-enhanced smart accelerometers from STMicroelectronics raise performance and efficiency for always-aware applications
Thursday 1 June 2023
STMicroelectronics makes lithium batteries perform better and last longer with high-accuracy BMS controller
Thursday 1 June 2023
Computex 2023 opens with the world's best igniting the AI craze
Developing advanced processes at SMIC could become an unrealized dream of co-CEO Liang Mong Song?
Nvidia rush orders lifting TSMC 5nm fab utilization
Taiwan hits snags in cultivating high-level semiconductor talent
Taiwan keeps Chinese students from participating in semiconductor research for information security
Nvidia open to partnership with Intel, says CEO
India's Vedanta to make 28-65nm semiconductor chips for local demand
Taiwan OSATs quietly ramp up support for Chinese customers
Who's in control of SMIC technology advances?
TSMC 7nm process capacity utilization falling rapidly
More ban on semiconductor equipment to China accelerating tech decoupling
China vendors see smartphone shipments down on year in 4Q22 and 1Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Smartphone shipments to China slip over 10% sequentially in 1Q23, but to stay flat in 2Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Global foundry revenue to drop 9% in 2023, says DIGITIMES Research
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