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Valve taps pcb adhesives
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SBC offers up to 5 PMC slots
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Arrow opens programming center in Malaysia
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Arrow Electronics Inc., Melville, N.Y. announced today the opening of a new 9,000-sq.-foot, full-service programming center in Penang, Malaysia, which is scheduled to become fully operational in early February.
Sky revises comms library
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I/O module is in PC/104 size
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Backplane meets PICMG specs
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Agere to roll Linux chip set
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DIMMs upgrade Apple models
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AMD launches 850-MHz Duron
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Mask ROMs fit flash pinouts
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Water-cooled load eyes test
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SBN Reporter's Notebook
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Late news & what's heard on the beat
Projector touts brightness
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Link joins host of PCI devices
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Mezzanine card eyes net apps
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DDR priced at PC133 rate
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Conexant rolls out world's fastest crosspoint switch device
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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Conexant Systems Inc. here today introduced what the company claims is the world's fastest crosspoint switch device. Conexant's CX20487 is said to quadruple the amount of traffic on the network. The chip allows 136 independent channels to switch traffic at 3.3-gigabits-per-second (Gbps) per channel, enabling a total throughput of 449-Gbps and 1.8-terabits-per second (Tbps) of input/output performance.
Receptacle has audible lock
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Code eyes voice over packet
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Memory module has low profile
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