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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Industry News
Toshiba want $1.1B from SK Hynix in court 7/22/2014
Toshiba and U.S. partner SanDisk Corp filed separate civil lawsuits against SK Hynix seeking damages over the suspected theft of data related to their flagship flash memory chip technology used in smartphones and tablet computers.
Laser sensor to sniff explosives 7/22/2014
Researchers has found a way to dramatically increase the sensitivity of a light-based plasmon sensor to detect incredibly minute concentrations of explosives. They noted that the sensor could potentially be used to sniff out a hard-to-detect explosive popular among terrorists.
ChipMOS to package Toshiba 15nm Nand 7/21/2014
For the new orders from Toshiba, ChipMOS is expected to ramp up its capex budget for 2014 to NT$3 billion (US$100 million) compared to NT$2.5 billion set previously.
Global DRAM module sales grew 32% last year 7/21/2014
The top-10 vendors accounted for 88% of total memory module sales in 2013, with Kingston Technology leading all vendors, Taiwan-based Adata Technology and China-based Ramaxel Technology took the second and third positions.
Asia to headstart on 5G 7/21/2014
China's 5G Project consists of 55 members, including domestic companies such as China Mobile, Huawei, and ZTE, as well as local universities and overseas companies, including Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Solutions.
Microsoft to part 18,000 7/21/2014
The company will have fewer layers of management and extend the scope of managerial responsibility, with the goal of creating "more productive, impactful teams across Microsoft."
Oracle SPARC 7 is for faster databases 7/18/2014
Oracle will soon detail the SPARC 7 architecture, and how it includes new in-silicon features designed to make Big O's databases and applications achieve better performance.
Intel: your next computer should be wire free 7/18/2014
Intel previewed the wire-free technology last month at Computex, with computers not needing power cords, display connectors and peripheral cables.
Toyota bets on hydrogen fuel cell 7/18/2014
A pure hydrogen fuel cell emits no exhaust, only some heat and a trickle of pure water. Fuel cells also boast greater efficiency than the internal combustion process, which expends about two-thirds of the energy in gasoline as heat.
Broadcom chip goes into small-cell base stations 7/18/2014
The SoCs claim to deliver data rates up to 300Mb/s, support LTE carrier aggregation and have a digital RF front end. They pack a dual core, quad-threaded Broadcom Zephyr processor that can autonomously configure WiFi, provision the cell and listen to traffic to mitigate interference.
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