semiconductor unit


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for semiconductor unit

References in periodicals archive ?
will eliminate 1,000 jobs and take a charge of $50 million for severance benefits as it moves to complete a spinoff of its money-losing semiconductor unit, the company said Tuesday.
The semiconductor unit has not been a star performer for Motorola of late.
SPI, which makes and sells IT-related products such as camera devices, imaging equipment and electroluminescent products, will cut 100 jobs at its semiconductor unit through a similar early retirement scheme.
Separately, Siemens' listed semiconductor unit Infineon reported an 83 per cent rise in its first-quarter earnings before interest, tax to pounds 669 million, lifted by extraordinary gains of pounds 303 million from the sale of the company's image and video business.
Sunlight, or solar radiation, is transformed into power through a semiconductor unit, or PV cell.
where he worked with the semiconductor unit to drive adoption and deployment of their 4G broadband wireless technologies including WiMax.
Sanyo Electric announces sale of semiconductor unit to U.
The semiconductor unit in southwestern Japan will spend 10 billion yen to build a new production wing at its Kokubu technology center in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Enough of the unit growth should be satisfied by existing inventory that semiconductor unit growth is also expected to decline, by 10.
s semiconductor unit - will be integrated into Sunnyvale, California-based Identix?
Electronic controls and communications company Rockwell International said yesterday it would cut 3,800 jobs and spin off its semiconductor unit in a sweeping restructuring programme.
It provides semiconductor unit shipments, revenue, and ASP segmented by geography and by platform: cable, satellite, Telco TV, and digital terrestrial (DTT).
Semiconductor unit The California-based company announced record quarterly profits on Wednesday, but investors soured on forecasts of levelling growth and reduced profit margins.
Moreover, the decline was more pronounced after April 7, when Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (NYSE: TSM) lowered its outlook on semiconductor unit growth for 2011, citing concerns related to Japan.
1 billion yen on restructuring costs linked to the reassignment of about 2,000 employees at its struggling semiconductor unit in Japan.
Full browser ?