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IPC Releases PCB Industry Results For Nov. 2010
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12/28/2010   Post a comment
Rigid PCB shipments were up 9.7 percent and bookings increased 4.3 percent in November 2010 from November 2009
RFID: The Next Big Thing in China’s Semiconductor Industry
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12/23/2010   (7) comments
After years of development, China’s radio-frequency identification (RFID) semiconductor market is set to grow
Infineon No. 2 in Cellular Baseband Market in Q3 2010
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12/22/2010   (1) comment
Strategy Analytics reports that the lead up to the holiday season helped most baseband vendors to register impressive growth
LED Backlights Used in 20 Percent of LCD TVs
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12/17/2010   (5) comments
One out of every five LCD TVs sold in the US during Q3 used light-emitting diode (LED) backlighting, a dramatic increase from Q3 2009
Semiconductor Revenue Expands by Record Margin in 2010
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12/16/2010   (5) comments
The global chip market will achieve the largest dollar increase in its history in 2010, courtesy of a boom in DRAM and NAND sales
China Gray-Market Cell Phone Shipments Slow in 2011
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12/16/2010   Post a comment
Stymied by a government crackdown, China’s gray-market cell phone shipments are expected to expand in 2011 at a slower pace
Tablets Become Epicenter for Convergence
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12/14/2010   (6) comments
After decades of discussion, the convergence of consumer, computer and communications is finally becoming a reality
Chip Sales to Reach $303 Billion in 2011; $380 Billion in 2015
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12/9/2010   (1) comment
IDC forecasts worldwide chip sales will grow 9 percent year over year in 2011 and will achieve a CAGR of 6 percent for 2010-2015
Fab Capacity Up In 2010
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12/8/2010   (3) comments
SEMI predicts 8 percent annual growth in installed fab capacity for 2010 and 2011 and about 9 percent for 2012
U.S. LCD TV Market Dips
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12/7/2010   (10) comments
U.S. shipments of LCD TVs are expected to decrease on an annual basis for the first time in history in 2010, iSuppli reports
Wireless CAPEX Returns to Growth in Q3 2010
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12/7/2010   Post a comment
Wireless CAPEX increased by 2% in Q3 2010, the first year-on-year increase since 2008, according to Strategy Analytics
US Tech Sector: 140,000 Companies; Nearly $1.2 Trillion in Sales
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12/3/2010   (1) comment
Industry concentration is high in many segments: the largest 50 participants often generate more than 60 percent of segment revenue
External Disk Market Hits Record Q3
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12/3/2010   (1) comment
For Q3, the total disk storage systems market grew to nearly $7.0 billion in revenues, says IDC
Consumer Sales Rebound in 2010
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12/3/2010   (2) comments
Revenue for consumer electronics in 2010 is projected to reach $340.4 billion, up 6.2 percent from $320.7 billion last year
TD-SCDMA, China and GSM Lead RF Power Market
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12/1/2010   (1) comment
The Asia-Pacific region accounts for more than 50% of the RF power semiconductor devices sold into the mobile wireless infrastructure

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