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Technology licensing in the semiconductor industry

Technology licensing in the semiconductor industry

a strategic report analyzing the licensing techniques used to develop markets, increase company revenues, and establish industry standards.

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Published by Electronic Trend Publications in Cupertino, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foreign licensing agreements.,
  • Semiconductor industry -- Law and legislation.,
  • Technology transfer -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsE.J. Kuuttila & Associates (Cupertino, Calif.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK1530 .T43 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2559894M
    ISBN 100914405063
    LC Control Number85080958
    OCLC/WorldCa14242360

    Faster, greener, smarter – reaching beyond the horizon in the world of semiconductors. 5 The number of semiconductor components used in our daily lives is expanding constantly. Chips form the essential core of many cutting-edge technological. devices such as smartphones, tablets, flat-screen monitors and television sets.   The semiconductor industry brings together all ingredients to appeal to PLCs. In this report we reveal the most aggressive Patent Licensing Companies in .

    As cars get smarter, semiconductor companies are poised to benefit. Automotive chip sales could quadruple over the next two decades, KPMG said.   Even buying good semiconductor companies like Linear Technology and Maxim would have netted you losses of roughly 35% and 45%, respectively, over the past five years.

      The U.S.-China trade war and the threat that Chinese firms could be cut off from American technology is boosting China’s push for its own semiconductor industry. Still, experts say it would take.   Atomera Incorporated (NASDAQ: ATOM), a semiconductor materials and intellectual property licensing company focused on deploying its proprietary technology into the semiconductor industry, today.


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How the chip industry has responded to a series of crises over the past twenty-five years, often reinventing itself and shifting the basis for global competitive advantage.

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Technology transfer offices generally offer online resources that the industry may use to search for licensing opportunities related to a given business. After identifying a targeted technology a company may directly contact the appropriate licensing officers and faculty members.

Strong global economic growth since the recession has propelled the semiconductor industry’s revenues, but an even more important factor involves the continued rise of the technology sector. Companies such as Alibaba, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Tencent become more important to the global economy every year.

The purpose of this book is to illustrate the magnificence of the fabless semiconductor ecosystem, and to give credit where credit is due. We trace the history of the semiconductor industry from both a technical and business s: The semiconductor industry is the aggregate collection of companies engaged in the design and fabrication of formed aroundonce the fabrication of semiconductor devices became a viable business.

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Cross-licenses are also popular when companies collaborate in some kinds of joint venture or industry technology sharing arrangements. Certain intellectual property rights may be granted by an oral or implied license, depending. SIP INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Semiconductor intellectual property (SIP or IP1, also referred to as virtual components or VCs) has existed since the advent of the semiconductor industry.

In the early years, IC Suppliers such as Fairchild, Intel, TI and Motorola developed proprietary SIP (including data and circuit design expertise, process knowledge. The reasons and criteria for labeling semiconductors a strategic industry, though seldom spelled out, are (1) the importance of semiconductor components for superior performance in military hardware; (2) the centrality of semiconductor technology for achieving breakthroughs in computers and information-based high technology; (3) the broad range.

Semiconductor industry clients have relied on Pillsbury for legal counsel since Today, our semiconductor industry practice is the largest in the country, drawing from a multidisciplinary group of attorneys covering all areas of law including corporate, intellectual property, regulatory and licensing and litigation.

The Indian electronics industry saw growth in the early years of the 21st century, encouraged both by government policies and incentives and by international investment.

Its key and most resource-intensive segment, the semiconductor industry benefitted from domestic demand growing briskly. Semiconductors were required by a large number of industries, including telecommunications. Febru High Technology Policy Initiatives. President Clinton and Vice President Gore spoke in an “all hands” meeting of employees at Silicon Graphics, a computer.

Designed as a textbook for college students, this book provides a realistic picture of the semiconductor industry and an in-depth discussion of IC chip fabrication technology.

The text focuses on current fabrication technologies, but older Reviews: 5. Latham’s Semiconductor Industry Group counsels public and private semiconductor companies at all stages of development, including semiconductor technology start-ups and mature public companies.

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Michael P. Gallaher Brent R. Rowe Alex V. Rogozhin Stephanie A. Houghton. Lynn Davis Michael. The semiconductor industry and economic growth theory In my last post, I discussed how “econophysics” has been criticised for focusing on exchange, not production – in effect, for not concerning itself with the roots of economic growth in technological innovation.

Understanding how technology evolution in adjacent industry sub-sectors impacts on semiconductors and their equipment manufacturers, identifying core competencies, leveraging intellectual property and assisting companies to shed products and services which detract from higher growth and higher margin segments are ways that FTI Consulting.Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.

was an American semiconductor company based in San Jose, d in as a division of Fairchild Camera and Instrument, it became a pioneer in the manufacturing of transistors and of integrated circuits. Schlumberger bought the firm in and sold it to National Semiconductor in ; Fairchild was spun off as an .This chapter explains the semiconductor intellectual property (SIP) overview, business environment, sourcing products, evaluating business models, product enablers, licensing products, and the provider and buyer perspectives.

SIP has existed since the advent of the semiconductor industry.