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June 4, 2014
09:05 EDTSSNLF, STM, SNPSSynopsys, STMicroelectronics and Samsung partner in SoC design
Synopsys (SNPS) has extended its collaboration with STMicroelectronics (STM) to include Samsung Electronics (SSNLF), enabling broader market adoption of ST's 28-nm FD-SOI technology for SoC design. This collaboration extends the Galaxy design flow to Samsung in support of their strategic agreement to offer dual sourcing of ST's 28-nm FD-SOI technology. Developed over a multiyear collaboration with ST, the design flow enables concurrent area, power and timing optimizations to enable engineers to optimize their designs for the ST 28-nm FD-SOI process.
News For SNPS;STM;SSNLF From The Last 14 Days
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November 24, 2015
05:41 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung sees record-high inventory through Q3-end, DigiTimes says
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November 23, 2015
09:00 EDTSSNLFChase Visa cardholders can now use Samsung Pay
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05:55 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung shifts research personnel, DigiTimes says
Samsung plans to decrease its personnel at its Samsung Seoul R&D Campus by two-thirds, reports DigiTimes. Citing a new report from ChosunBiz, the move is to help the company restructure its business model and operations. Reference Link
November 20, 2015
07:17 EDTSSNLFBiogen says Benepali receives 'positive' opinion from CHMP
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07:00 EDTSSNLFSamsung to increase flexible OLED panel proportion, DigiTimes reports
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06:59 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung cuts 5,000 employees over last year, DigiTimes reports
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November 19, 2015
07:05 EDTSSNLFNetlist parnters with Samsung for new storage class memory
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November 18, 2015
05:56 EDTSSNLFSony Mobile, LG to develop smartphone app processors in-house, DigiTimes says
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05:56 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung and LG to switch to white flip chip technology, DigiTimes says
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November 17, 2015
16:08 EDTSNPSSynopsys notifies on unauthorized access to web portal
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08:54 EDTSTMMaxim could be bidder for Fairchild, says Citi
Citi analyst Atif Malik views Maxim Integrated (MXIM) as a potential acquirer Fairchild Semiconductor (FCS). Bloomberg on October 13 reported that Fairchild was seeking advice for a potential sale, and listed potential acquirers as STMicroelectronics (STM), Infineon (IFNNY) and ON Semiconductor (ON). Bids from STM and ON seem unlikely, but Infineon and Maxim could be potential acquirers of Fairchild, Malik tells investors in a research note. In a bull case scenario, Fairchild's buyout value could reach $25 per share, the analyst contends. Fairchild closed yesterday at $17.76. Malik's peer at Citi, analyst Christopher Danely, argued today in research note that Maxim Integrated (MXIM) is unlikely to get acquired despite reports of interest from Analog Devices (ADI) and Texas Instruments (TXN). Danely views Xilinx (XLNX) as a potential takeout target, potentially for Qualcomm (QCOM).
November 16, 2015
12:35 EDTSSNLFApple reaps 94% of global smartphone profits, Business Insider says
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05:57 EDTSSNLFDRAMeXchange: Q3 Mobile DRAM sales rise 18%, DigiTimes says
Mobile DRAM revenue in Q3 was up 18% sequentially to $4.55B, reports DigiTimes. According to DRAMeXchange, SK Hynix made the largest contribution to the growth with revenues surging 30.5% to $1.2B while Samsung remained the largest DRAM supplier with revenue increasing 16.5% to $2.58B. Samsung continued to hold a more than 50% share of the global mobile DRAM market in the quarter. Reference Link
05:57 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung to shift L8 facilities to produce LTPS panels, DigiTimes reports
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November 13, 2015
05:58 EDTSSNLFReport: Samsung stops LCD production at 1.5 fab, DigiTimes says
Samsung Display has stopped LCD production of its L5 facilities in South Korea as of October, reports DigiTimes. Citing a new report from Korea-based D-Daily, Samsung is considering whether to fully close the facilities or convert them to produce other applications. Reference Link

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