Dallas, Texas 12/20/2013 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Soitec (Euronext) and Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) declared that they have made entry into a patent cross-license deal relating to silicon-on-insulator (SOI) wafer products. The contract offers each firm with access to the other’s copyright group for SOI technologies and concludes all outstanding legal quarrels between the firms.
“This contract symbolizes a major landmark in the continuing progress of a sturdy supply chain in the SOI network,” stated Christophe Maleville, Senior VP of Digital Electronics Division of Soitec. It also reveals the key position of SOI substrate know-how for the existing and upcoming CMOS device roadmap.”
This contract offers access to a range of patents from both firms and covers the manufacturing of subsisting engineered un-patterned handle-substrates like incompletely depleted SOI (PD-SOI), completely depleted SOI (FD-SOI) and radio-frequency SOI (RF-SOI) in addition to superior FinFETs.
SunEdison pockets supplier excellence honor from TSMC For 2nd successive year
Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) declared that it has bagged the Supplier Excellence honor from TSMC for wonderful overall performance during the last year. The honor was presented to SunEdison by TSMC’s President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Mark Liu at a ceremonial occasion that took place in Taiwan on December 12 this year.
SunEdison adjusts Q4 2013 viewpoint
The company has updated its anticipations for key metrics for the 4th quarterly period and complete year 2013.
The company’s range of project completions for this year remains unaltered. But, in an attempt to preserve more long-standing project value, it has elected to keep extra solar projects on their balance sheet in 4th quarterly period rather than sell them.
In addition, because of sustained market weakness, unit volumes in our semiconductor biz are now likely to be below prior anticipations for the said quarter.
The company will host a con call to talk about additional details of its fourth quarter 2013 financial outcomes and other issues during early February.