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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Industry News
Continue rise in Chip prices could curb demand 9/6/2017
"If that is the case, we could see weaker-than-expected end- demand amidst product price increases, which eventually leads to disappointing end-demand."
SanDisk new microSD card for smartphone provides more storage than most laptops 9/6/2017
Western Digital has unveiled a SanDisk microSD card that can hold a record-breaking 400GB. It will be able to hold about as much information as most laptops.
Top 3 Taiwan foundries got $9.6 billion sales in Q3 9/6/2017
Combined revenues of Taiwan's top-3 foundries are estimated at US$9.61 billion in the third quarter of 2017, up 13.3% sequentially but down 0.1% on year.
Decision on Lattice now falls on Trump 9/6/2017
China, the largest market for chips, has been on the hunt for acquisitions in the field as it looks to build a domestic supply and rely less heavily on imports.
Replacing RAM with flash in cache servers 9/5/2017
Flash consumes about 5 percent as much energy as RAM and costs about one-tenth as much. It also has about 100 times the storage density, meaning that more data can be crammed into a smaller space. In addition to costing less and consuming less power.
Huawei to put AI chip on new Mate 10 handset 9/5/2017
Huawei has announced that its next smartphone, the Mate 10, will come with its own Kirin 970 chipset with AI processing capabilities marking the first time a Neural Processing Unit has been used in a smartphone.
South Korean court decline to suspend Qualcomm antitrust case 9/5/2017
In December, the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) fined Qualcomm 1.03 trillion won ($912.34 million) for what it called unfair business practices in patent licensing and modem chip sales.
Samsung executive sentenced to 5 years 9/5/2017
The sentence was the mandatory minimum for Lee, who was convicted along with four other Samsung executives of charges including bribery of the former South Korea president Park Geun-hye.
Approval of Lattice sales is now in Trump's hands 9/4/2017
Canyon Bridge Capital Partners, gambling that the former real estate dealmaker will approve the tie-up against the advice of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which scrutinizes foreign deals for national security concerns.
AMD processor outsells Intel at large etailer in Germany 9/4/2017
e-tailer in Germany (Mindfactory.de) seeing AMD Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper sales overtake Intel. Mindfactory.de is considered the "Newegg of Germany" to give you some perspective.
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