Avago buys Broadcom for $37bn

Avago is buying Broadcom for $37billion in a cash and stock deal. According to Avago, the combined company will have the most diversified communications offering available and, with annual revenues of approximately $15bn, will be the top 10 semiconductor companies.

  • Avago buys Broadcom for $37billion

    Avago is buying Broadcom for $37billion in a cash and stock deal. According to Avago, the combined company will have the most diversified communications offering available and, with annual revenues of approximately $15bn, will be the top 10 semiconductor ... Read More
  • Xilinx, TSMC expect to launch 7nm devices in 2017

    Xilinx is working with TSMC on the development of products based on the latter's 7nm process technology. It says it expects these devices to be introduced some time in 2017.

    "TSMC has been the foundation of our success at 28nm, 20nm and 16nm – what ...
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  • Mentor says new approach 'revolutionises' power analysis

    While FinFET technology has helped to keep leakage under control as process dimensions shrink, dynamic power consumption remains a major concern.

    Looking to provide system designers with a better way to explore dynamic power consumption, Mentor ...
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  • Wooden semiconductors could help to recycle electronic products

    In an effort said to be aimed at alleviating the environmental burden posed by electronic devices, a team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has worked with the US Department of Agriculture's Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) to develop a ... Read More



Wood chips!

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In an effort said to be aimed at alleviating the environmental burden posed by ...



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