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  • DRAM market unrest comes to an end (19/06/14)
    IHS revealed that global DRAM revenue in 2013 rose 32.5 per cent, to $35 billion, and is expected to increase 19.4 per cent, to $41.8 billion this year, led by Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron.

  • Analyst: Top mobile global vendors in 2013 (18/06/14)
    According to Gartner, the top ranked vendor for eMMC and eMCP market was Samsung Electronics, with 35.6 per cent of worldwide revenue (around $3.317 billion).

  • Forecasting China's car industry in 2050 (13/06/14)
    By 2050 China has long passed the 100 million vehicle sales milestone, in which 80 per cent of those cars are electric, and all of them are largely self-driving.

  • Analysts predict continued growth in IC market (10/06/14)
    According to WSTS, worldwide sales reached $26.34 billion in April 2014, an increase of 11.5 per cent over April 2013, while total global semiconductor sales will reach $325.4 billion in 2014.

  • Intel overhauls x86-processor dev't strategy (10/06/14)
    The company partnered with fabless Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics in China to accelerate introduction of highly integrated 64bit processors for entry-level and low-cost tablets.

  • Smartphone peak season to drive mobile DRAM price (21/04/14) Editor's Choice
    For 2Q14, smartphone shipments are seen to grow 5.2 per cent QoQ, while the quarterly shipment growth for Chinese brand handsets will exceed 10 per cent, said DRAMeXchange.

  • Analyst: Mobile display revenues to surpass LCD TVs (21/04/14) Editor's Choice
    Increasing demand for mobile displays, and greater demand for higher resolution and lower power consumption lead to a shift in the flat panel display market, according to the latest NPD DisplaySearch.

  • Sensors/actuators market to hit record sales in 2014 (17/04/14) Editor's Choice
    Despite the slump experienced by the market in 2013, worldwide sales of sensors and actuators are forecast to grow 14 per cent to an all-time high of $9.9 billion in 2014, forecasted IC Insights.

  • MOCVD market leaders to retain dominance, analyst says (14/04/14) Editor's Choice
    Despite the strong growth of the LED TV market in 2010 and an increase in MOCVD industry competition, Yole Developpement, said the three MOCVD reactor market leaders will remain unchanged.

  • Can 4K OLED give ailing TV market a lift? (14/04/14) Editor's Choice
    The move to 4K could be seen as a desperate attempt by the TV industry to reverse the two consecutive years of decline since the 2011 peak of 255 million units shipped globally, according to NPD DisplaySearch.

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