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Thursday, April 27, 2017
Industry News
Elon Musk to develop brain implants to treat neural disorders 3/30/2017
Musk's proposal wants to build on those existing neural medical treatments as well as one day work on surgeries that could improve cognitive functioning.
Toshiba put its Westinghouse unit in bankrupcy 3/30/2017
Toshiba said in a statement that it filed its U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric Co. in Chapter 11 petition in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of New York to stop the flow of massive red ink.
Chunghwa Precision Test Tech wants to expand backend test in Taiwan 3/29/2017
CHPT makes cards that test the quality of wafers, round, silicon discs on which chips are built. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world's largest contract chip maker, accounts for close to 50% of its revenue.
Cypress to adjust its memory price upward 3/29/2017
Cypress has informed its customers of new prices for certain flash products including NOR flash, RAM MCP solutions, NAND flash and SLC NAND chips that will become effective from April 25, 2017
Intel to ship SSD with 3D Xpoint on April 3/29/2017
The new SSD does not replace DRAM. For example, if a game requires 8GB of DRAM, you can't use 4GB of DRAM and 16GB of Intel's Optane memory to meet the game's requirement. DRAM continues to be needed for regular PC functions.
China's SMIC offers mature process for IoT applications 3/29/2017
SMIC already offers 55nm process technology for the manufacture of chips for IoT applications. SMIC's 55nm processes for IoT-related devices are avalabile in both low power and storage integration versions, and the portfolio is helping the foundry to grow its business in the IoT field.
Samsung to refurbish and sell Galaxy Note 7 inventories 3/28/2017
Analysis from Samsung and independent researchers found no other problems in the Note 7 devices except the batteries, raising speculation that Samsung will recoup some of its losses by selling refurbished Note 7s.
Infineon is counting on automobile chips for 2017 3/28/2017
Chips made by Infineon are used by carmakers including Tesla (TSLA.O) and Hyundai (005380.KS) as well as auto parts suppliers Continental (CONG.DE) and Bosch [ROBG.UL] to enable cruise control and cut emissions.
TSMC to volume produce A11 for Apple 3/28/2017
TSMC will prepare a capacity for production of 50 million units of the chip before July. The A11 chips, which will power the upcoming iPhone series slated for launch in September 2017, will be built on a 10 nm FinFET process.
Intel warns of tight supply on SSD drives 3/28/2017
Intel told partners in an "Intel SSD Supply Health Messaging" memo that the SSD and NAND memory industry is experiencing record demand across all markets. As a result, SSD supply is expected to remain tight for all of 2017.
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