YOU ARE AT:TagsComponents

BROWSING: Components

Nokia warns FCC that trade war with China would affect 5G rollouts

  Nokia said that  the recent levies imposed on Chinese components will have a negative impact in 5G deployments in the U.S. market Nokia warned the U.S. Federal Communications Commission that the ongoing trade war between President Trump’s administration and the Chinese government will negatively impact...

Reader Forum: Sensor adoption in smartphones

Sensors are vital to smartphones today We use the sensors embedded in our smartphones every day, often without even realizing it. The screen flips as you hold your phone in a landscape position because an accelerometer has detected the change. When there’s an arrow pointing...

Feature Report: Devices – The Components and Software that Make Smartphones Smart

Devices: What's Inside? Smartphone manufacturers are steadily increasing device capabilities with new components, more powerful chipsets, and more software. RCR Wireless takes a look at what's inside high-end handsets and at the increasingly complex process of integrating components and software from various suppliers in...

Exalt provides communication to Will County, Ill. emergency services

Exalt Communications announced that Will County 911 in Illinois has deployed the company’s microwave backhaul systems to connect its new dispatch center, also known as public safety answering point (PSAP), in Bolingbrook, Ill. with a regional switching center approximately 13 miles away. Bolingbrook PSAP...

Elpida to raise $990 million for new chips

Reuters | July 11, 2011 | Emi Emoto, Taro Fuse Elpida Memory Inc plans to raise nearly 80 billion yen ($992 million) through new shares and convertible bonds as it shifts production away from DRAM memory to more profitable smartphone chips. Read the full article here...

Toshiba and SanDisk Celebrate the Opening of Fab 5 300mm NAND Flash Memory Fabrication Facility in Japan

Toshiba | July 12, 2011 | Press Release Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan, July 12, 2011 — Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) and SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) today celebrated the opening of Fab 5, the third 300mm wafer NAND fabrication facility at Toshiba's Yokkaichi Operations...

Global Unichip seeing demand for 65nm and below processes rise

DigiTimes | July 12, 2011 | Traci Su, Jessie Shen Global Unichip has esimated that products requiring 65nm and below processing rose to account for more than 50% of its revenues in the second quarter, up from 45% in the first. Read the full...

CMI panel shipments increase

DigiTimes | July 11, 2011 | Rebecca Kuo, Adam Hwang Chimei Innolux (CMI) shipped 12.319 million large-size and 34.964 million small- to medium-size LCD panels in June, growing on month by 1.3% and by 14.2% respectively, according to the company. Read the full article...

Plano firms Interphase Corp. and Diodes Inc. expand products, reach

Texas companies Interphase Corp. (INPH) and Diodes Inc. (DIOD) both made recent announcements concerning expansion. The Plano-based companies are both involved in the wireless market in networking and components, respectively. Interphase Corp., a developer of hardware networking products, announced that the...

AU Optronics’s Tsai Says PC Panel Prices to Climb Further This Month

Bloomberg | June 13, 2011 | Tim Culpan AU Optronics Corp. (2409) expects prices of display panels used in computers to climb further this month, driven by demand for commercial laptops, Michael Tsai, general manager of IT products said today. ..... Read full article here via Bloomberg

Samsung declares war on corruption

Korea Times | June 10, 2011 | Kim Yoo-chul Broad management shakeup may come Samsung Group has declared an all-out war on internal corruption. Lee Kun-hee, chairman of the group’s flagship Samsung Electronics, talked tough on the issue for a second consecutive day Thursday. ..... Read full article here...

Altera to open chip design center in Austin, creating several hundred jobs

The Statesman | May 6, 2011 | Kirk Ladendorf Altera Corp. said Thursday that it is setting up a semiconductor design center in Austin that it expects will employ "several hundred engineers" within the next few years. ..... Read full article here via The Statesman

Market Eye 1 mobile teardown company acquired by ABI Research

New York-based ABI Research announced that it has acquired Austin-based teardown startup Market Eye 1. Financial details of the deal were not announced. The term “teardown startup” may sound confusing, but it refers to tearing down mobile devices at the board and platform levels to...

Regular Windows apps won’t run on Windows for ARM, says Intel

A few months ago Microsoft Corp. announced that they were building a version of Windows to run on ARM architecture, the kind found in system-on-a-chip silicon used by smartphones, tablets and other portable devices. Around a month ago Microsoft surprised attendees at their MIX developer conference in Las Vegas by demoing an apparently fully-functional version of Windows on ARM architecture.

Fifteen HSPA+ networks in Latin America this year – Qualcomm – Regional

BNAmericas | May 9, 2011 | Phil Anderson Latin America is expected to have 15 commercial HSPA+ networks by year-end, as well as two LTE networks, executives at chipset manufacturerQualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOMM) told BNamericas. At present, the region has eight commercially active HSPA+ networks - four...

Japan rare earths imports from China fall in February

Reuters | March 30, 2011 | Chikako Mogi (Reuters) – Japanese imports of rare earths fromChina shrank further in February, sliding 36 percent from January, data from Japan’s Ministry of Finance showed on Wednesday. Imports of rare earths from China stood at 1,138 tonnes in February, down...

Japan rare earths imports from China fall in February

Reuters | March 30, 2011 | Chikako Mogi (Reuters) - Japanese imports of rare earths fromChina shrank further in February, sliding 36 percent from January, data from Japan's Ministry of Finance showed on Wednesday. Imports of rare earths from China stood at 1,138 tonnes in February, down...

UPDATE 6-Japan supply squeeze worries spread to telco gear

Reuters | March 16, 2011 | Niklas Pollard and Tarmo Virki * Possible tech sector equivalent of Lehman Bros -analyst * Ericsson sees no material impact on Q1 sales * Alcatel-Lucent says has enough inventory for now * Chipmaker STMicro sees possible Q1-Q2 revenue hit (Adds STMicro sticking to...

Japan quake tests supply chain from chips to ships

Reuters | March 14, 2011 | Noel Randewich (Reuters) - Automakers, shipbuilders and technology companies worldwide scrambled to replace supplies after the disaster in Japan shut down production plants there and disrupted the global manufacturing supply chain. Technology companies were especially affected since Japan accounts for...

Portable Innovate 2011: Innovation Drives Explosive Growth of Portable Devices

PR Newswire | February 22, 2011 | Press Release SHENZHEN, China, Feb. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- "This changes everything, again." The large AD for the iPhone4 tells us this world was changed by apple, by innovation, and by portable technology. Thirty years ago, no one had any...

UPDATE 1-Sharp jumps on talk of deals with Samsung, Chimei

Reuters | February 4, 2011 | Reiji Murai * Sharp needs to raise production at LCD panel plant * Chimei deal would involve mutual panel supply * Sharp's shares rise after the news (Recasts, adds share price move) TOKYO, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Shares in Japan's Sharp...

SanDisk Modular SSD selected by ASUS for new Eee Slate Tablet

SanDisk | January 5, 2011 | Business Wire LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), the global leader in flash memory cards, today announced that its 32 gigabyte (GB)1 and 64GB SanDisk® P4...

Editorial Reports

White Papers

Webinars

Featured Content