OTTAWA, ON - Sidense Corp., a leading developer of non-volatile memory OTP IP cores, today announced that it successfully demonstrated read and write capability for its 1T-OTP bit-cell architecture on test silicon fabricated in a 16nm CMOS FinFET process.
CLEVELAND, OH - Today, Everykey (http://everykey.com) has announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign (http://everykey.com/kickstarter) to fund production of its stylish wristband that replaces keys and passwords with one easy-to-use device. The Kickstarter campaign will run for one month, starting today and ending November 29, 2014.
GOYANG, KOREA - IKEA, the world's largest furniture retailer, will open an outlet in Goyang City in the northwest of Seoul, following its decision to open Korea's first store in Gwangmyeong in the south of the capital.
SEOUL, KOREA – Despite a recent market slowdown, Chinese LCD makers have been aggressively ramping up their production capabilities in order to take control of the world’s largest TV market, their home turf. However, there are worries that after 2015 when additional production lines go into operation in full swing, there will be a worldwide supply glut.
SEOUL, KOREA – HTC, which had been viewed as a dark horse during the early days of the smartphone craze, has blamed Samsung Electronics for its managerial crisis. In an interview with Taiwanese media, Jack Tong, President of HTC North Asia, said, “HTC’s business has gone downhill as Samsung Electronics leveraged its parts supply as a weapon against HTC.”
SEOUL, KOREA — Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that it is now mass producing Ultra High Speed–1 (UHS-1) interface microSD cards that support the highest performance levels required on advanced LTE (Long Term Evolution) smartphones and tablets.
SEOUL, KOREA - Shinyoung Securities said on September 29 that steel stocks have become more attractive as they underwent excessive adjustment of late. It picked POSCO and Hyundai Steel as the most preferred stocks. For the fourth week of September, the stock prices of POSCO and Hyundai Steel declined 7.5 percent and 3.3 percent, respectively, largely due to profit taking by foreign investors and the unclear prospect for economic recovery.
Nexcon Technology Co., a Korean company engaged in the manufacturing of rechargeable battery components, has acquired a unit of Japan's Panasonic specializing in rechargeable battery protection circuit boards. This is the first occasion in which Korea's small parts maker acquires a business unit of a large Japanese company.
SEOUL, KOREA - SK C&C is trying to win a contract worth KRW 180 billion to establish an integrated system of managing water in Thailand. The company has made a consortium with the Korea Water Resources Corporation to take care of an IT-based water management system in the country.
SEOUL, KOREA - SPC Group announced that Paris Baguette made entry into France, the homeland of the baguette.SPC chairman Huh Young-In has dreamed of launching into Paris, France, ever since he opened his first bakery and named the bakery shop as Paris Baguette in 1988.
SEOUL, KOREA- According to CEO Score, a website tracking performances of Korea's business groups, on September 4, the first-half sales revenue of 293 companies out of top-500 corporations that submitted half-year results for two consecutive years (including 60 non-public companies) was 926,889.9 billion won, up 2.4 percent from the same period last year. Their combined operating profit has also increased 8.6 percent to 54,169.8 billion won.
S. Korea welcomes the idea for DPRK to participate in the next Security Summit if "substantive results" are achieved at the six-party nuclear disarmament talks. DPRK was not invited to attend the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington and President Lee encourages Pyongyang to return to the six-party talks. In doing so, the nuclear tension on the peninsula can slowly dissolve if DPRK displays a sincere and genuine commitment to return to the six-party talks this year or the following year.
SEOUL, KOREA - CJ Group will work with the Korea International Cooperation Agency in helping farmers in Vietnam's Ninh Thuan Province. The group said on May 28 that it signed an agreement with KOICA on the 27th and will implement the "KOICA-CJ Saemaul Movement Creating Shared Value Program" within the province in the south central coast.
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