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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Industry News
China to challenge Korean semiconductor industry 6/18/2018
If China succeeds in localizing its semiconductor production, Korean exports could feel the effects. Last year, China was responsible for a fourth of Korea’s outbound shipments, of which nearly 80 percent were intermediary goods like semiconductors, displays and chemicals.
Broadcom cut headcount by 1100 6/18/2018
The company is expected to pay majority of its employee termination costs in the third quarter.
With Nintendo's order, Macronix is looking for capacity expansion 6/18/2018
Macronix said there are supply constraints on all of its products, including ROM, NOR flash and NAND flash memory chips, thanks to the boom in the memorychip industry.
Need for 8 inch foundry out paces supply 6/18/2018
This is because suppliers of automotive electronics, IoT chips, MCUs, MOSFET chips, fingerprint recognition chips, sensor chips and LCD chips have rushed their foundry orders to the fabs since the beginning of 2018, but capacity expansions at the fabs are undermined by the growing difficulty in buying foundry equipment.
CHina to reqire RFID chip on new cars 6/15/2018
China’s approach to surveillance raises questions about how vehicle tracking might be used in future.
Taiwan Semi industry needs continue government support R&D 6/15/2018
without the government's strong backing from the very beginning, Taiwan's semiconductor industry would not see what it has achieved today,
55% of all connections to go wireless 6/15/2018
"WLAN, Bluetooth and Zigbee are already entrenched in the home automation and consumer electronics segments. And in the coming years, wireless is going to have a huge impact on industries such as healthcare, where providers will lean heavily on wireless connectivity to track and trace costly equipment across large sites and to monitor the condition of patients within domestic settings."
IBM chief see AI as equavalent to the PC revolution 6/14/2018
While PC and Internet have driven two major technological shifts over the past 50 years, artificial intelligence (AI) will drive the third exponential shift in the next 25 years.
Old Toshiba to stage a $7 billion share buy back 6/14/2018
The move is largely in response to growing voices from activist members ahead of the company's annual shareholders meeting scheduled for later this month.
Producer price inches up 6/14/2018
Producer price index rose 3.1 percent from May 2017. The index rose 0.5 percent from April, biggest one-month increase since January. In April, producer prices rose just 0.1 percent.
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