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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Industry News
Toyota settles for $1.2B 3/19/2014
The four-year criminal investigation focused on whether Toyota was forthright in reporting problems related to unintended acceleration troubles.
Apple relaunched iPhone 5C with reduced memory 3/19/2014
Half the memory at a slightly lesser price. Will it still be enough to see iPhone 5C colour bombs to disappear off shelves? We donít really think so.
Vanguard acquired Sumpro 8" fab. 3/18/2014
The capital expansion project comes after the company signed a deal to acquire an 8-inch fab and related equipment from Sumpro Electronic, a subsidiary of Nanya Technology, for NT$2.18 billion.
EU wants a standard charger to reduce waste 3/18/2014
The call for a common charger is expected to simplify the use of radio equipment (including mobiles), possibly cutting tens of thousands of tonnes of electronic waste annually while also reducing manufacturing costs.
Court dismissed Macronix's infringement case against Spansion 3/18/2014
The battle began last summer when Spansion filed complaints against Macronix, alleging that the company had violated its patents with Macronix NOR Flash and XtraROM memory products. Further, Spansion has committed to moving against any memory company or system vendor that "misuses its technology without getting consensus from the company.
Microsoft to help Vietnam to enhance cybra security 3/18/2014
Microsoft will provide technological support in aid of the country's IT infrastructure modernisation, network security and cloud computing development. The firm will also give the ministry access to its cybersecurity reports to raise security levels where necessary.
Supercomputers accelerated by mass storage arrays 3/17/2014
"It has to do with the changing nature of high-performance computing," Olds said. "They want to control massive data streams instead of handling batch [jobs]."
Police arrested former SK Hynix employee 3/17/2014
Tokyo's Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday arrested former SK Hynix employee Yoshitaka Sugita on charges of stealing trade secrets. The trade secrets were allegedly stolen by Sugita when he was employed by the SanDisk-Toshiba joint venture, and the information was passed to SK Hynix, his next employer.
LTE deployment will boost RF ICs in China 3/17/2014
"For the foreseeable future the Asia-Pacific region, particularly China, will dominate this market and remain the most important region and focus for high power RF amplifiers and RF power devices for wireless infrastructure."
New memory is 16nm gate length 3/17/2014
The memory's architecture uses low-access voltage and minimises drain current during programming, contributing to a decrease of the programming power compared to one-transistor NOR memories.
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