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Monday, October 16, 2017
Industry News
Samsung executive sentenced to 5 years 9/5/2017
The sentence was the mandatory minimum for Lee, who was convicted along with four other Samsung executives of charges including bribery of the former South Korea president Park Geun-hye.
Approval of Lattice sales is now in Trump's hands 9/4/2017
Canyon Bridge Capital Partners, gambling that the former real estate dealmaker will approve the tie-up against the advice of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which scrutinizes foreign deals for national security concerns.
AMD processor outsells Intel at large etailer in Germany 9/4/2017
e-tailer in Germany (Mindfactory.de) seeing AMD Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper sales overtake Intel. Mindfactory.de is considered the "Newegg of Germany" to give you some perspective.
Shenzhen Longsys to unload Lexar from Micron 9/4/2017
Micron Technology has agreed to sell its retail brand, Lexar, to Shenzhen Longsys Electronics. The Lexar portfolio includes memory cards, USB flash drives, readers, and storage drives for retail and OEM customers.
Foundries, Flash, and DRAM memory accounts for most 2017 Capex 9/4/2017
Silicon foundries are expected to account for 28% of this year's capital expenditures. Flash memory will invest $19 billion to expand production capacity during 2017, while DRAM/SRAM manufacturers will spend $13 billion on capital improvements.
Apple's announcement event to be on September 12 9/1/2017
The company is expected to reveal the next iPhone, along with updates to the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and iOS software.
Lattice offer new IP cores to strengthen its FPGA 9/1/2017
The IP cores are said to bridge between MIPI and other traditional or legacy display and camera interfaces, allowing customers to support image capture and display applications for delivering augmented and virtual reality, embedded vision and other intelligence at the edge solutions.
Probe card demand up as memory supply tightens 9/1/2017
Major probe card suppliers including FormFactor and Micronics Japan (MJC) has enjoyed strong demand from their memory clients including Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, Micron Technology, Nanya Technology and Winbond Electronics in 2017.
It's the Golden Age for memory vendors 9/1/2017
DRAM oligopoly, slow bit growth, and sluggish fab expansion results in a long-term, tight supply. Ultimately, DRAM prices could increase without any improvements in supply.
Future Li-ion batteries may have up to quadruple anode capacity 8/31/2017
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland believe that silicon used not as a semiconductor but rather as a replacement for graphite anodes, may hold the key to extended Li-ion longevity.
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