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Saturday, August 19, 2017
Industry News
More flash memory goes into smart homes 7/14/2017
In the short term, flash looks to be the go-to memory for smart homes devices, with a focus on reducing power consumption.
Should U.S. allow more Chinese chip acquisitions? 7/14/2017
>"It is not wise for the U.S. to close its doors in industries that are declining in profit ... the United States should step forward and develop new technology areas,"
200nm process is blooming again 7/13/2017
Since 2009, however, installed 200mm fab capacity has increased, and by 2020, 200mm capacity is expected to reach almost 5.7 million wpm, and poised to surpass the 2007 peak.
Court orders Toshiba to let WD employees to access databases and chip samples 7/13/2017
In a sign of high tensions around the deal, Toshiba threatened to lock Western Digital out of shared databases and quit sending chip samples.
Eurozone industry grew 1.3% 7/13/2017
Eurostat said Wednesday that industrial production rose by a monthly rate of 1.3 percent. That was up on the previous month's 0.3 percent and ahead of expectations for a 1 percent increase. It's also the biggest increase since last November.
Manufacturing equipment order rise 7/13/2017
All signs indicate a continued trend of strength for the manufacturing technology industry. With activity growing in many geographic regions and continued strengthening in key industries like job shops, autos and aerospace,
Semi Market to reach $400 billion 7/12/2017
>“A shortage of memory is creating a boom in the overall semiconductor market. Memory vendors have been able to increase their price for DRAM and NAND, driving revenue and margins higher.”
DOD searching to qualify additional trusted foundries 7/12/2017
The U.S. government currently works with a single fab now operated by Globalfoundries and limited to 32nm and higher design rules. The partnership is a continuation of a longstanding “trusted foundry” deal with IBM.
Micron resumes DRAM production in Taiwan 7/12/2017
"The incident had no effect on the local environment and there were no safety issues for our team members. Micron will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates to our customers and suppliers as needed."
Western Digital said it matched rival bidders' offers 7/12/2017
Western Digital, in court documents filed July 7, said it has made six proposals since February, including a proposal on June 27 matching the best offer.
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