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The larger significance of the merging of Taiwan’s “M Brothers” may have escaped the notice of some western observers.
China’s exports are in the midst of a short term slump, and longer term its chip makers need education on how to use global distribution, according to Avnet China's Frederick Fu (shown).
Semiconductor design is the bottleneck in today’s mobile networking juggernaut, says Hossein Moiin (shown), head of technology and strategy at Nokia Siemens Networks.
ARM servers will take off when solid 64-bit processors and software stacks are available, but it’s too early to tell who will be the winners and losers.
Changing business models and emerging technology/market segments that could impact your business
The relatively staid market for cellular base stations will see a disruption equivalent to the advent of the tablet computer: An emerging new wave of small-cell basestations sporting hybrid cellular/Wi-Fi radios are giving operators new ways to build out their networks.
A lively roundup of what we've heard on the street and what it means for you
Tracking the hottest industry startups and gauging their chances for success
U.K. fabless-chip startup eoSemi is sampling a CMOS replacement for kilohertz crystal oscillators while disclosing details of its proprietary technology. CEO Ian Macbeth (shown) says the startup took a deliberate approach to technology development and deployment.
Crunching the numbers and discerning trends on varied segments of the global electronics industry
Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa are emerging as centers of MEMS R&D and fabrication.
We identify and dissect the up-and-comers, the established firms hitting their stride, and the companies in crisis
The transition to a new CEO won't affect Silicon Labs' strategy for targeting the nuts and bolts of the Internet of Things.