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India is still a wild card for global electronics manufacturers looking for low-cost options
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6/23/2003   Post a comment
Will India become the jewel in the crown for EMS providers seeking low-cost manufacturing opportunities? Or will China lay permanent claim to the title of world's largest high-tech production hub?
CRT TVs well positioned to fend off LCD, other competitors in large-screen market
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6/19/2003   Post a comment
Suppliers of flat-panel and projection displays in the large-screen-TV (over 30in.) market believe they can dislodge the ubiquitous CRT. They are spending billions to upgrade or build new plants to produce the large panels and display electronics for flat-screen or projection TVs they say provide better viewing than CRTs.
Ten Lies about Microprocessors
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6/13/2003   Post a comment
Processor selection too often turns into a religious war, says Jim Turley. Debunking the dominant myths is the first step toward making a rational choice.<
Isolated by SARS, China
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6/9/2003   Post a comment
SARS (sudden acute respiratory syndrome) entered the world lexicon seemingly overnight. Yet its impact on the global economy, and particularly on the gross domestic product of China and Taiwan, has been much slower to make itself known.
Closer Look: Array of chip options could confuse WLAN market
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6/5/2003   Post a comment
The mushrooming Wi-FI wireless LAN market may end up with a potpourri of different chip solutions, and the proliferation of proposed WLAN chips could present system builders with a confusing array of options.
IBM gains foundry share in 2002
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6/2/2003   Post a comment
In a tough year for most foundry service providers, IBM Corp. stood out in 2002, with its revenues surging by $180 million, according to the latest foundry market-share research from iSuppli Corp.
As channel consolidates, quality of service, not price gouging, is little guys' biggest concern
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6/2/2003   Post a comment
In just four years, the number of publicly held North Amer- ican electronic component distributors has fallen from 13 to seven.


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