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Semico Releases Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Report

How does Taiwan stack up against the U.S., China and Japan?

Semico Research Releases Report: Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Report

Jim Feldhan to Speak at SEMICON West 2005 on Automotive MEMS

Automotive Electronics Will be the Focus of President’s Presentation

Phoenix, Arizona July 12, 2005 - Semico Research announced today that Jim Feldhan, President, will participate at SEMICON West 2005 delivering micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) presentation on "Automotive Electronics," in the Emerging Technologies Hall. The tradeshow opened on July 12, 2005, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, and features more than 1400 companies from 24 countries showcasing the latest innovations in semiconductor, flat panel display (FPD), MEMS and Nanotechnology.

Semico Updates Embedded Control Forecast

What are the driving forces for the growth foreseen in 2005 and beyond?

Semico Research Releases Report: Embedded Control 2005: 2Q Update

Semico Releases Media Hub Report

Teams with Triple Play Action: Who Will Win The Pennant?

SOI: Floating Bodies Levitate Market

Semico Research Releases SOI Report: Floating Bodies Levitate Market

Phoenix, Arizona June 23, 2005 - While Semico expects to continue to see improvements in standard CMOS technology over the next few years, it is clear that power and performance are requirements that are moving against each other.

Semico Points to Moderate Growth in 4Q05

Semico IPI - Source: Semico Research Corp.

Phoenix, Arizona June 20, 2005 - Semico forecasts worldwide semiconductor revenue shipments will increase 2.0% in 2005 to $217.3 billion, a slightly more positive outlook on the market than the previous forecast. An upward adjustment in the forecast was spurred by recent improvements in inventory levels, and Semico’s Inflection Point Indicator (IPI) pointing to strength in the fourth quarter.

Semico Announces Non-Volatile Memory Market Shares

Semico Releases New Findings in NVM Market Share Research Report

Phoenix, Arizona May 24, 2005 - NAND was the fastest-growing of any semiconductor market in 2004 according to a newly-published report by Semico Research Corp. Revenues jumped a whopping 80% to $7.2 billion. Even so, NAND continued to trail NOR, which ended 2004 at $9.1 billion. These two flash technologies lead the nonvolatile market, combining to account for 91% of all nonvolatile memory revenues. ROM, EPROM, and EEPROM revenues each accounted for less than $1 billion in revenues.

Semico Predicts Restrained Recovery Beginning Late 3Q05

Semico IPI - Source: Semico Research Corp.
Phoenix, Arizona May 17, 2005 - Semico’s Inflection Point Indicator (IPI) registered 15.5 in March, down from 16.0 in February. This decline follows three consecutive months that the IPI has risen. Although the IPI gave back some of the ground it gained, the overall trend for the third and fourth quarter is still up.

Portable Media Players: Multimedia to Go

Digital homes of the future will store audio, video and data files that can be played either on computers or entertainment systems.