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Drive-by-Wire Throttle: Look Ma, No Cable

Semiconductor revenue from automotive drive-by-wire throttle applications will increase more than four and a half times from 2008 through 2013. The number of passenger cars with ETC (Electronic Throttle Control) will increase from one million in 2008 to six and a half million in 2013. This growth is certain because ETC provides overwhelming benefits. It continuously modulates the throttle opening in response to engine control and road condition inputs to provide smoother, more responsive, more powerful engine operation with better fuel economy.

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DRAM Systems Applications: Where Do All the DRAM Go?

It is not a surprise that this year the DRAM market will fall below 2008 levels for both units and revenues. Semico Research Corp. is forecasting DRAM revenues to decline in excess of 20%, while unit volumes will only drop 6% compared to last year. However, the DRAM market will rebound next year. Semico predicts DRAM revenue growth of 26% and unit volume to increase over 50% in 2010. A key question is “Where will all the DRAM go?”

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Part 4: The Economics of Platform Based SoCs

Semico Research, in conjunction with Advance Tech Marketing, announced today a new series of reports that offers unique information, market data, and insights as the semiconductor industry continues to transition to System-on-Chip (SoC) style methodologies for chip development.

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Part 3: New SoC Methodologies for Success

Semico Research, in conjunction with Advance Tech Marketing, announced today a new series of reports that offers unique information, market data, and insights as the semiconductor industry continues to transition to System-on-Chip (SoC) style methodologies for chip development.

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Part 2: SoCs Change the Design Challenges Profile

Semico Research, in conjunction with Advance Tech Marketing, announced today a new series of reports that offers unique information, market data, and insights as the semiconductor industry continues to transition to System-on-Chip (SoC) style methodologies for chip development.

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Part 1: SoCs Emerge as the Driving Force for the Industry

Semico Research, in conjunction with Advance Tech Marketing, announced today a new series of reports that offers unique information, market data, and insights as the semiconductor industry continues to transition to System-on-Chip (SoC) style methodologies for chip development.

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