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  • noun Plural form of chipmaker.

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Examples

  • This way, no matter which delivery model for home entertainment wins, certain chipmakers will find [...]

    WiGig Alliance to Push 6 Gbps Wireless in the Home

  • This way, no matter which delivery model for home entertainment wins, certain chipmakers will find themselves on top.

    Chipmakers Get Tied Up in Home Networking

  • Under the new investment regulations, Taiwanese investors can acquire full or partial stakes in Chinese chipmakers whose foundries are at least two generations behind the investors 'most advanced facilities in Taiwan.

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper

  • The ministry also decided to allow Taiwan's semiconductor makers to invest in chip facility merger projects on the mainland and buy stakes in Chinese chipmakers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The ministry also decided to allow Taiwan's semiconductor makers to invest in chip facility merger projects on the mainland and buy stakes in Chinese chipmakers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Many Taiwanese companies, such as chipmakers and flat-panel producers, have halted production at facilities and put workers on unpaid leave to cope with the drop in consumer demand.

    Taiwan Export Orders, Industrial Output Post Record Fall

  • The downbeat outlook shows how the Tokyo-based memory-chip testing company is feeling the heat from weak semiconductor prices on the back of global economic woes, which is causing major clients such as chipmakers to hold back spending on new facilities.

    Advantest Forecasts Loss, Plans Job Cuts

  • However, Robbins also touched on the elephant in the chamber: worries that heavy energy users, such as chipmakers

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  • The article attributes the accusation to "chipmakers" but cites "industry sources" who are apparently frustrated that Apple is placing large orders for NAND flash memory and then buying less memory, thereby causing an oversupply in the market which suppresses prices.

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  • The article attributes the accusation to "chipmakers" but cites "industry sources" who are apparently frustrated that Apple is placing large orders for NAND flash memory and then buying less memory, thereby causing an oversupply in the market which suppresses prices.

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