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Kateeva expands Silicon Valley headquarters
czwartek, 09 marca 2017 08:06

Kateeva announced that it is expanding its Silicon Valley headquarters. The company has leased an adjacent building at its Newark campus, adding 75,000 sq. ft. that is zoned for manufacturing and business operations. This brings Kateeva’s total campus footprint to 150,000 sq.ft. With the new building, Kateeva’s doubles its manufacturing footprint, providing ample space to accelerate production. Leading flat panel display manufacturers use Kateeva’s precision deposition equipment for cost-effective mass production of OLED displays.

więcej na: electroiq.com

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Hon Hai, TSMC silent on joint Toshiba bid report
środa, 08 marca 2017 19:55

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co declined to comment on a report that the two Taiwanese high-tech giants will jointly bid for the memorychip assets of Japan’s Toshiba Corp. Hon Hai and TSMC, which are the largest contract electronics maker and the largest contract chip maker in the world respectively, said they do not respond to market speculations. The speculations arose after the Liberty Times reported that Hon Hai and TSMC had formed an alliance to procure Toshiba’s memorychip assets.

więcej na: www.taipeitimes.com

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NAND Flash revenue grew 17.8% sequentially in Q4 of 2016
środa, 08 marca 2017 17:52

In the fourth quarter of 2016, the NAND Flash market was at its most severe phase of shortage for the year while shipments in the end device markets were robust. Consequently, average sales prices of NAND Flash products rose significantly, and the fourth-quarter global NAND Flash revenue registered a large sequential increase of 17.8% even with the strong third-quarter result as the base. NAND Flash suppliers made a strong finish to 2016 as their profits also peaked in the final quarter.

więcej na: ein.iconnect007.com

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ZTE will pay $1.19 billion for violating US trade sanctions
środa, 08 marca 2017 16:04

ZTE is still feeling the pain from its alleged violation of US trade sanctions against Iran and North Korea. The Chinese tech giant has reached an agreement with the Commerce Department to both plead guilty to violation charges and pay a total of $1.19 billion as a penalty. That's a stiff cost, but ZTE didn't have much choice. The US' sanctions against the company, suspended while the two sides negotiated a deal, would have crippled its business by largely denying access to crucial American parts like Qualcomm's mobile processors

więcej na: www.engadget.com

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E Ink, DNP cooperate to develop POP
środa, 08 marca 2017 14:02

EPD e-paper maker E Ink Holdings has cooperated with Japan-based Dai Nippon Printing to develop POP (point-of-purchase), an interactive advertising display for use in retail stores, and will launch the POP in April 2017. Based on EIH-developed Prism color-variable e-paper technology, POP can sense consumers' shopping behavior in retail stores, such as the merchandise items the pick. And the POP reacts by displaying responsive colors and patterns in line with the sensed behavior.

więcej na: www.digitimes.com

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Skyworks Solutions, Inc., Western Digital Corporation join SIA
środa, 08 marca 2017 11:57

The Semiconductor Industry Association announced the addition of two leading U.S. semiconductor companies, Skyworks Solutions, Inc. and Western Digital Corporation, as SIA members. Skyworks Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board David Aldrich and Western Digital CEO Steve Milligan are expected to be elected to the SIA board of directors at the association’s next board meeting on March 8.

więcej na: www.semiconductors.org

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Record spending for fab equipment expected in 2017 and 2018
środa, 08 marca 2017 10:07

SEMI announced updates to its World Fab Forecast report, revealing that fab equipment spending is expected to reach an industry all-time record - more than US$46 billion in 2017. The record is expected to be broken again in 2018, nearing the $50 billion mark. These record-busting years are part of three consecutive years of growth (2016, 2017 and 2018), which has not occurred since the mid-1990s. The report has been the industry’s most trusted data source for 24 years, observing and analyzing spending, capacity, and technology changes for all front-end facilities worldwide.

więcej na: www.tmcnet.com

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to buy San Jose’s Nimble Storage for $1.1 billion
środa, 08 marca 2017 08:00

Hewlett Packard Enterprise said it will acquire flash-storage maker Nimble Storage for $1.1 billion in a deal designed to improve HPE’s position in the storage-technology market, following a disappointing quarterly sales report. HPE Chief Executive Meg Whitman said in a statement that purchasing San Jose-based Nimble is in line with the company’s strategy of focusing on “high-growth and higher-margin segments of the market.”

więcej na: www.siliconvalley.com

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SK Hynix says informed by Toshiba of new memory business stake sale plans
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 20:09

South Korean memory chip maker SK Hynix Inc said it has received information from Toshiba Corp about new plans for the Japanese firm's plan to sell a stake in its memory chip business. SK Hynix in February submitted a bid for a minority stake in Toshiba's memory chip business, the world's No. 2 maker of NAND chips used for long-term data storage. Toshiba later decided to sell most of the chip business and wants to raise at least 1 trillion yen amid mounting financial pressure from troubles at its Westinghouse nuclear unit.

więcej na: www.reuters.com

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Samsung Electronics dominating global NAND flash memory market
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 18:03

According to market research firm DRAMeXchange, Samsung Electronics reached US$14.151 billion in NAND flash memory sales last year while the sales of the runner-up, Toshiba, stood at US$7.898 billion. Last year, Samsung Electronics’ NAND flash memory sales increased 34% from a year ago whereas Toshiba showed an increase of only 18.4%. The gap in sales between the two largest players in the global NAND flash memory market had never exceeded US$6 billion until the previous year.

więcej na: www.businesskorea.co.kr

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