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Korean Market Share of Large-Size Panel Capacity to Fall Below 10% As Samsung Speeds Up Cutting Down

Published: Apr 08,2020


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u-blox Acquires IoT Communication-as-a-Service Provider Thingstream

u-blox today announced it has acquired IoT Communication-as-a-Service provider, Thingstream. Thingstream provides a comprehensive, end-to-end solution for global IoT connectivity using the industry standard MQTT protocol. The product is offered “as-a-service” which provides predictable cost and on-demand scalability for customers...

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Cypress Announces Antitrust Clearance in China

Cypress Semiconductor today announced that Infineon Technologies AG has obtained antitrust clearance from China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) for Cypress' previously announced merger transaction with Infineon...

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CyberLink FaceMe AI Facial Recognition Earns 99.7% Accuracy Rate ranked 8th in the world

TAIPEI, Taiwan - CyberLink announced its FaceMe AI facial recognition engine has achieved prominent ranking on the NIST FRVT 1:1 (Facial Recognition Vender Test), known as the foremost authority on facial recognition precision within the industry and around the world...

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Despite Strong 1H20 Server Shipment, COVID-19 May Disrupt 2H20 Shipment Schedule

According to the latest investigations by the DRAMeXchange research division of TrendForce, owing to strong orders for data center servers and traditional server brands’ preemptive stock-up demand to avoid pandemic-induced breaks in the server supply chain, overall server shipment is expected to remain on the upswing in 2Q20...

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Research: 38% of Enterprises Plan to Adopt Blockchain Solutions in 2020

Data gathered by indicates that about 38% of organizations are planning to integrate blockchain solutions into their operations in 2020. From the data, 15% of the enterprises will adopt blockchain solutions on a large scale while 23% will have moderate operations...

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Synopsys Expands Collaboration with Broadcom for 7nm and 5nm Designs

Synopsys announced its expanded collaboration with Broadcom Inc. for the creation of semiconductor solutions using Synopsys' Fusion Design Platform to address a host of design challenges at 7nm and beyond. Building upon multiple successful 7nm designs, Synopsys and Broadcom are expanding the collaboration to include the creation of 5nm designs based on Synopsys' Fusion Design Platform...

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