The semiconductor market is posed for a better year ahead but uncertainties with President Trump, China and Brexit could sway the numbers.
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Intel’s fourth quarter sales and profit beat expectations and the company also delivered a better-than-expected forecast for the first quarter of this year.
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Tsinghua Unigroup’s recently disclosed d plans to build a $30 billion memory chip in Nanjing was unexpected – even by many China watchers. Unfolding are fierce battles over talent, manufacturing equipment and regional financing – among Xi’an, Wuhan and Nanjing.
There is tremendous potential for facial recognition technology, such as informing visually impaired persons if someone they know is approaching them.
Spin Transfer Technology’s delivery of fully functional devices is more momentum for emerging technology.
MediaTek, Qualcomm’s largest rival in the smartphone silicon business, is forecasting slow growth during the first quarter this year as the overall market remains in the doldrums.
Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest maker of smartphones and the second-largest chipmaker, said it expects strong memory sales this year as the balance between supply and demand tightens.
Qualcomm’s quarter profits fell as a result of a fine from the Korea government in one of now five cases alleging unfair patent licensing.