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Quarterly revenue not on-track for growth.
James Covello recommends investors sell.
Intel increasing its foundry business.
Future SoCs will require far less power.
Broadwell chips to be soldered to boards, claim sources.
Around 10 per cent of staff for the chop.
Uses a hybrid of 14nm and 20nm processes for quick time-to-market.
Applied Materials claims to have solved the problem of creating sub-20nm interconnects.
Intel has announced €3.3 billion of investment into ASML to push EUV and 450mm research and development.
Intel has released slides claiming that research has begun on 10nm and below process nodes.
Qualcomm has become the first of TSMC's 28nm customers to publicly complain of capacity issues.
Soitec claims its latest FD-3D wafers will bring 3D transistor technology to the masses.
Taiwan Semiconductor has admitted to hitting capacity issues on its 28nm process node.
Hynix has announced a deal with SK Group and a new name: SK Hynix.
Semiconductor industry group Common Platform has confirmed it's sticking with planar transistors for now.
AMD, Intel and Nvidia have all been named as potential buyers for mobile giant ST-Ericsson.
IBM researchers have built the first carbon nanotube-based transistor under 10nm.
Financial analyst Vijay Rakesh says AMD always planned to ship Llano in April.
Toshiba is reportedly close to signing a deal with GlobalFoundries to fabricate its semiconductors.
AMD fabrication spin-off GlobalFoundries is planning to double its expenditure in 2011.
The Semiconductor Industry Association has released figures which show year-on-year growth in November of last year - hopefully signalling the end of the recession.
The Semiconductor Industry Association reveals a sharp fall in the revenue from sales of semiconductors over the last few months.
ARM, in conjunction with Common Platform founders IBM, Chartered Semiconductor, and Samsung, is developing 32- and 28nm based System on Chip devices for the mobile market.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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