Intel Corp. has signed Cisco Systems Inc. as a customer for made-to-order networking chips, landing the biggest customer yet for its fledgling foundry business, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
A Paris court will rule Dec. 8 on Samsung Electronics Co.’s request for an emergency order halting Apple Inc.’s sales of its newest smartphone in France, a judge said yesterday after hearing arguments from both companies.
Micron Technology Inc. , the largest U.S. maker of computer memory, fell the most in 19 months on the Nasdaq on concern it has too many unsold chips and that output of other products isn’t increasing fast enough.
Broadcom Corp., a maker of chips that help mobile devices connect to the Internet, forecast first-quarter sales that may exceed analysts’ estimates amid stronger demand for parts for Apple Inc.’s iPhone.
Micron Technology Inc. will probably emerge as the top winner from the bankruptcy of Elpida Memory Inc., whose filing yesterday sidelines the last Japanese maker of computer memory chips and gives rivals the chance to scoop up factories on the cheap.
Rambus Inc. rose today after falling 61 percent yesterday, when a jury rejected its allegations that Micron Technology Inc. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. conspired to prevent its memory chips from becoming an industry standard.
Micron Technology Inc., the only remaining U.S. maker of computer memory, rose the most in more than two months after an analyst estimated the possible purchase of a bankrupt rival would drain less cash than anticipated.