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Teledyne Technologies (“Teledyne”) and e2v technologies (“e2v”) jointly announced the successful completion of the previously announced acquisition by Teledyne of e2v by means of a Scheme of Arrangement.

For the machine vision market, e2v provides high performance image sensors and custom camera solutions and application specific standard products.

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“WiLAN is probably the major threat to semiconductor companies”, announces Nicolas Baron, CEO & co-founder of KnowMade. Indeed, during 2015, this PLC  (or patent troll) acquired lot of patents from semiconductor companies including Infineon Technologies/Qimonda, Freescale and more. The company also filed patent litigations involving these assets several months later.

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NA-1500 provides uniform Descum process for large square substrate.
ULVAC has developed a dry etching system for Descum processes and applicable to 600mm advanced packaging substrates.


High-density packaging technologies using wiring pattern miniaturization, circuit resistance reduction and parasitic capacity removal have received attention in order to improve higher data transfer speeds amid the expansion of smart mobile device market and proliferation of "big data".

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Semiconductor M&As breed more chip litigation - An article written by Junko Yoshida for EETIMES.

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The newly acquired Cando assets will allow Micron to centralize fabrication and back-end in a single location. Micron Technology, a global actor in advanced semiconductor systems, announced that on March 14 it successfully won the auction for Cando assets, which will be utilized in establishing a back-end site for Micron Taiwan. Micron has now completed the title acquisition process for the new site.

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The silicon wafer manufacturer Okmetic Oy announces a major investment to develop the technical capabilities of its Vantaa plant. The upgrade will enable the plant to manufacture C-SOI wafers and other demanding wafers. The company, which was acquired by the Chinese National Silicon Industry Group (NSIG) last year, has committed €40 million to the development of the Vantaa plant.

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