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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Industry News
Renesas seeks new market for extreme low power MCU 5/22/2017
The Japanese company is confident that it can slash power consumption in its MCUs, reducing, for example, a 20 mW Synergy microcontroller to 2 mW. The goal is a quantum leap in battery life in IoT devices that could lead to a “battery-less” product when combined with energy harvesting.
Based on high loyaty rate, iPhone 8 predicts to sell 5/19/2017
Stanley established that 92% of iPhone owners who were likely to buy a new handset in the next 12 months plan to upgrade to another iPhone. 
DRAM revenue reached a new record high 5/19/2017
Demand for sustained DRAM supply had resulted in an at least 30% increase in the average contract price of PC DRAM modules between the fourth quarter of 2016 and the first quarter of 2017.
Break through in Lithium battery 5/19/2017
The team says its research project has developed ‘realistic’ cells with a storage capacity of 30mAh/cm2, compared to the typical 2mAh/cm2 of conventional lithium-ion batteries.
Intel - the quiet NAND producer 5/19/2017
Intel is stepping up investment in 3D Xpoint, another non-volatile memory technology that promises to serve as a storage product as well as a DRAM replacement. The 3D Xpoint memory technology is said to offer vast improvements in speed and endurance.
Texas Instruments puts automotive radar on a chip 5/18/2017
Typically, they are boxes measuring inches across that house multiple components and require watts of power. A new range of chips from Texas Instruments, reduces that to a postage-stamp sized part
U.S. regulators give final approval to backend assembly merger 5/18/2017
The proposed merger between ASE and SPIL is still being reviewed by China's antitrust authority. The pair is expected to win antitrust approval in China - a major market for an OSAT firm.
WannaCry virus spreads over 150 countries 5/18/2017
The malicious software was first spotted in Russia but rapidly spread across the globe in what might turn out to be an attack of unprecedented scale.
Apple skips royaltiy payment to vendors on Qualcomm IP 5/18/2017
Qualcomm said Wednesday that it has filed a breach of contract complaint against Apple manufacturers who it says have been pressured by Apple not to pay royalties to Qualcomm.
Samsung to spin off foundry division 5/17/2017
The separation of Samsung’s contract chipmaking from its branded semiconductor business would remove a conflict of interest with potential customers such as Nvidia and MediaTek, and create a new threat to dedicated foundries such as TSMC.
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