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Compared to, say wireless communications, the automotive market moves slowly, but infotainment technology has changed that.
The market for semiconductors used in industrial electronics applications had a better-than-expected Q1, reports IHS.
Global purchasing of semiconductors is set to return to growth in 2013, predicts analyst firm IHS, as Apple and Samsung vie for the number one position.
Research and analyst company IHS doubted that the Nokia 105 mobile phone could be profitable, so it took it apart and discovered it does make a respectable margin of profit.
Outsourced manufacturers that previously were making gains in the cellphone market face a diminished growth outlook
With its planned purchase of Elpida Memory Inc. of Japan, US-based Micron Technology Inc. will become the world’s second largest supplier of dynamic random access memory (DRAM), according to new calculations based on first-quarter rankings from the IHS iSuppli Memory & Storage service.
Linde LienHwa (LLH), The Linde Group’s joint venture with LienHwa MiTAC Group of Taiwan, has announced a significant long-term deal with Samsung Electronics…
The five most prevalent types of semiconductors reported as counterfeits that have widespread commercial and military use represent $169 billion in potential annual risk for the global electronics supply chain, according to information and analytics provider IHS.
Elpida Memory Inc.’s move to file bankruptcy protection will benefit the remaining players in the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) market, reducing supply and boosting pricing and revenue in the second half of the year.
For the first time, more American TV buyers are choosing to purchase televisions featuring LED backlighting rather than the older CCFL technology that has ruled the market for years.
At a major press event at CES, South Korea’s LG Electronics has unveiled its first large-sized active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) television.
High hopes are being pinned on UltraViolet as a saviour for the industry.
In its first-ever dissection of a solar power inverter, IHS has determined the bill of materials (BOM) of a major manufacturer’s product, providing a path-setting benchmark for cost reduction in a market expected to undergo rapid price erosion in the coming years.
While much of the media coverage of the iPhone 4S has focused on the similarity to the iPhone 4, an IHS analysis illustrates the differences.
Inventories held by semiconductor suppliers in the second quarter of 2011 swelled to levels not seen since the start of the last downturn in early 2008, raising concerns over the near-term outlook for the chip market.
Driven by the aggressive implementation of vehicle safety and pollution mandates, China has emerged as the world’s fastest-growing country for sales of automotive microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), according to a new IHS iSuppli Automotive MEMS Market Brief.
Buoyed by government support and increased penetration into new applications, China’s LED market will jump to $5.8 billion in 2011, up 23% from $4.7 billion last year, according to the IHS iSuppli China Electronics Supply Chain Service.
After making major inroads into the desktop market, quad-core PC microprocessors now are set to conquer the notebook segment, with about half of the mobile computers shipped in 2015 expected to employ these advanced chips, according to a new IHS iSuppli report.
Supply disruptions spurred by the Japanese earthquake are continuing to cause pricing increases for general-purpose analogue integrated circuits, according to new IHS iSuppli research. Average worldwide pricing for the major types of general-purpose analogue ICs – such as amplifiers, interface devices and voltage regulators – are set to rise in the 2% range in the third quarter.
Shipments of 3D TVs will catapult by 463% to reach 23.4 million units in 2011.