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Crossbar to Showcase ReRAM in Action at SMIC Technology Symposium in Beijing

Published: Oct 10,2017


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Pure-play Foundry Sales in China Expected to Jump by 16% This Year

According to IC Insights that with the rise of fabless IC companies in China, demand for foundry services in that country has also increased. Pure-play foundry sales in China are expected to jump by 16% this year to about $7.0 billion...

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WiseChip to Showcase In-Cell Touch OLED Display Technology at HK Electronics Fair

TAIPEI, Taiwan - In-Cell Touch OLED Display technology- thin, light and easy. At the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017 from October 13th to 16th, at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. WiseChip's booth # is 5B-E01. The provider of In-Cell touch OLED Display solution, Wisechip, will be showcasing a series of In-Cell Touch Display products, centered on the advantages of PMOLED display technology...

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Morris Chang Proud of Ushering In New Model in the Semiconductor Industry

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Limited (TSCM) Chairman Morris Chang announced his retirement a few days ago and stated that he will no longer assume any professional duties in the future. However...

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Posiflex Showcases Latest Kiosk, POS Terminal and Mobile POS at GITEX 2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Posiflex Technology, Inc. announced today that it will showcase its latest products at GITEX 2017, including KT Series Self-service kiosk, RT Series POS terminal and MT-4310W mobile POS. Posiflex will introduce the 21...

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Imec Creates Innovative Neural Probe Demonstrator with Unprecedented Electrode Density

Imec announced at its Imec Technology Forum (ITF) Health event, that is has designed and fabricated a demonstrator of a neural probe with unprecedented electrode density within the framework Neuroseeker, a large-scale EU-project...

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TrendForce Finds x86 Processors Continues to Corner Server Market This Year

DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, estimates that 96% of all server CPUs shipped worldwide this year will be based on the x86 architecture. On the other hand, the ARMv8 architecture is expected to represent only around 1% of the total annual shipments of server CPUs...

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