Smartphones kill
Published in News
24 November 2017

Smartphones kill


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Semiconductor capital spending will increase
Published in Processors


Everyone wants a pizza the action

The divination division of analyst firm Gartner have been consulting the entrails and decided that worldwide semiconductor capital spending is projected to increase 10.2 percent  to US$77.7 billion in 2017.

TSMC to outgrow market in 2016 despite unfavorable market climate
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U.S. semiconductor industry on the rocks, TSMC pulls ahead


In the industry of wafer manufacturing that drives the advancement of Moore’s Law and technological progress, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company claims it will outgrow the rest of the semiconductor market in 2016 despite unfavorable market conditions that have resulted during the year.

Semiconductor market not picking up
Published in Processors


So much for optimism

Hopes that that the semi-conductor market might pick up have been dashed by the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA).



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