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Friday, October 31, 2014
Industry News
Samsung mass produce 3-bit vertical NAND 10/10/2014
The world's largest chipmaker in August unveiled the chip, called triple level cell (TLC), which stores three bits of data in each cell. Until recently, the three-bit technology has been applied only to planar NAND flash products.
AMD's Read passes helm to Lisa Su 10/10/2014
AMD had hired Su, trained her, and apparently groomed her for the position. She's the "right leader" for AMD, he said, and is uniquely positioned for the job
Foreign government currency manipulation limits U.S. manufacturing growth 10/10/2014
Not only is the trade deficit possibly hurting manufacturing at home, but currency manipulation by foreign countries that the U.S. trades with could be making it worse.
Teledyne DALSA offers low cost machine vision scanner 10/10/2014
These compact, affordable cameras are ideal for general machine vision applications, including postal and parcel inspection, materials grading, food and web inspection, rail and road inspection, and pharmaceutical inspection.
Toshiba to use Phison SSD controller 10/9/2014
Toshiba's first SSD controller chip orders to Phison total about one million units, with all ICs to be shipped in the fourth quarter of 2014, said the sources.
Strong Asia Pacific chip sales 10/9/2014
On a year-to-date basis, semiconductor sales increased by 10.1 per cent versus the same period in 2013. On a worldwide basis, semiconductor sales in August 2014 were $28.435 billion, up 1.3 per cent versus the previous month and up 9.4 per cent versus the same month in 2013.
TDK show fast SST-MRAM 10/9/2014
Spin-transfer torque MRAM has the advantage of being as fast at reading and writing data as short-term storage technologies like SRAM and DRAM, but as a non-volatile type of memory it can hold on to its contents for many years like flash memory.
Boeing and Airbus in disagreement on deployable black boxes 10/9/2014
Questions about whether airliners should be equipped with deployable black boxes arose after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared in March. The Boeing 777 with 239 people on board still has not been found.
Manufacturing initiative to generate 10,000 local jobs in India 10/8/2014
Once the EMC and IT Park is built, Chief Minister Chouhan said the city might eventually be known as a hub of electronic goods manufacturing.
IBM resumes talk for Globalfoundries to take over fab 10/8/2014
Bloomberg News reported in June that Globalfoundries was primarily interested in acquiring IBM’s engineers and intellectual property rather than manufacturing facilities, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Globalfoundries would have acted as a supplier for IBM’s microprocessors, the people said at the time.
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