Japan quake's toll on the electronics industry
April 14, 2011 // Julien Happich
NEWS UPDATES: As well as a heavy toll on the Japanese people, the cumulated effects of the March 11th earthquake, tsunami and the series of nuclear facility accidents that ensued mean a shortage in both power and silicon output at wafer fabs. In collaboration with EE Times Japan and EE Times US, we have centralized all the latest news about the repercussions of the earthquake on the Japanese and global electronics industry.
IHS: CMOS image sensor supply hit by quake
International Electronics Forum - postponed
Toshiba's Iwate fab out until April
Renesas restarts hampered by black outs
Nokia expects production disruption from earthquake and tsunami
TSMC sees some impact from quake
EBV provides first-hand supplier updates on its webpage
Infineon donates 100,000 Euros to help Japan’s natural disaster victims
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Report: Japan quake hits microcontrollers
Impact on global NAND-flash bit supply to result in less than 4 percent shrink in 2Q11
Panic buying hits IC supply chain
Quake hits iPad 2 supply chain
Quake caused 'substantial damage' to TI fab
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