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Global Chip Revenue Rises in 2013, Reversing Loss from Earlier Year; Memory and Wireless Lead the Way
Worldwide semiconductor revenue rose a solid 5.0 percent last year, with memory chips the star performers, according to the latest research from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS). Total...
Continued Progress at Electronics Marketing Drives Year-Over-Year Growth in Revenue and EPS Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT) today announced results for the third quarter fiscal year 2014...
North America-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted $1.28 billion in orders worldwide in March 2014 (three-month average basis) and a book-to-bill ratio of 1.06, according...
Design with caution is the advice for mobile device makers as DRAM prices continue their upward climb and lead times range from six weeks to allocation, according to the latest Market...
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