Research from Frost & Sullivan expects the market to see revenues of $138.9 million in 2012.
Company will help with new complex in Saudi Arabia for polybutylene terephthalate.
Companies deny reports LG.Philips was selling a stake in Matsushita.
Sony blames Playstation 3 launching costs for profit loss; cutting semiconductor investments by "large amount."
Frost & Sullivan research predicts an expansion in revenue from $800 million in 2006 to over $1 billion in 2012.
Research chip operates at 3.16 gigahertz and consumes only 62 watts of power.
Company says about 45,000 Civic Hybrids affected.
Demand for chips by Chinese electronic manufacturers accounted for the 90 percent growth, according to analysis by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Companies sign an agreement for collaboration in India.
NTT, Sharp, and Sony part of six-company joint development.
Group calls on manufacturers to address processes.
Investment will take place over next 18 months.
Smart Nanobattery has neutralizing action that allows safe disposable to protect the environment.
Precision Engine Controls has 125 employees at San Diego, Calif. facility.
Sales growth attributed to huge demand for popular consumer products, according to report from Semiconductor Industry Association.
Mandated energy efficiency upgrades for air conditioners and heat pumps are fueling market growth.
Two Princeton scientists have developed a new fuel cell technology that is efficient for small machines, like lawnmowers.
Bosch expects the U.S. heat pump market to grow substantially in the coming years.
Company donating $17 million in software and training to help participants of the 2007 FIRST Robotics Competition.
According to a report released Tuesday, Taiwan is projected to account for the largest percentage of global chip equipment spending in 2007, surpassing 2006 leader, Japan.
Hirschmann, based in Germany, posted 2006 sales of $250 million.
Cybectec, a provider of hardware and software systems for updating automation systems in utilities, will become part of Cooper Power Systems.
UPS demand will increase as new oil refineries and pipelines are built, according to new analysis from Frost & Sullivan
For 2006, the country received a record $8.7 billion in new investments and the creation of 26,800 jobs.
End users want more functionality and communication capabilities, but at a lower price, in their microprocessor-based motor protection devices, according to new analysis from Frost & Sullivan.