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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Industry News
Semiconductor companies continue to emerge 1/16/2018
The semiconductor sector is one of a handful of markets that has been heavily embroiled in merger/acquisition activity over the past decade or so.
TSMC sales dropped in 1st quarter 1/16/2018
The global smartphone market is saturated, TSMC’s sales this year could be affected, as its chips used in smartphones and related devices account for about 50 percent of the company’s total sales.
HBM2 goes into mass production at Samsung 1/16/2018
It is 9.6 times faster data transmission than an 8GB GDDR5 high-performance graphics DRAM chip with 8Gbps.
Memory prices to decline gradually in 2018 1/16/2018
High-end flash memory chips, which are widely used in smartphones, dropped nearly 5 percent in the fourth quarter - some analysts now expect the industry’s growth rate will fall by more than half this year to 30 percent.
Samsung and Western Digital rocked by clouded memory market 1/15/2018
Samsung Electronics shares were rocked by the latest update, appearing on course to notch up another weak of losses. The stock is already down by nearly 6% this year.
Foxconn posted 50% revenue growth on height of iPhone X production 1/15/2018
The growth in monthly revenue to NT$675 billion (US$30.47 billion) was attributed mainly to the price of the new iPhone X was 20 per cent higher than iPhone 8 Plus.
IC Insights forecasts analogue IC market to grow 1/15/2018
Report forecasts that revenues for analogue products—including both general purpose and application-specific devices—will increase by a CAGR of 6.6% to $74.8 billion in 2022 from $54.5 billion in 2017.
ST Micro to use FD-SOI (22FDX) process technology from Globalfoundries 1/15/2018
"FD-SOI is ideally suited for cost-sensitive applications requiring significant processing and connectivity capabilities at lower power consumption,"
Fujitsu offers die shrinked 2 Mbit FRAM 1/12/2018
Die shrink offers a series of technical advantages. The maximum operating frequency has been increased from 25 MHz up to 40 MHz at 3 V supply. The  device consumes max 2.0 mA active current at 40 MHz.
Texas Instruments applies DLP technology to adaptive headlampss 1/12/2018
The system can turn off the part of the headlight that would project into the windshields of oncoming cars. The new system can also project images and signs onto the road ahead of you, like lane markings during a road closure or navigation directions.
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