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Qualcomm compression sets sail on Ocean's Eleven
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12/20/2001   Post a comment
Qualcomm's joint venture with Technicolor, Technicolor Digital Cinema, is digitally distributing US Christmas release Ocean's Eleven.
Embedded servers hit gigahertz speed
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12/13/2001   Post a comment
Force Computers' Flexor System 1 and Flexor System 2 embedded servers now offer optional 1-GHz Pentium III processors.
CompactPCI chassis small enough for instrumentation
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12/13/2001   Post a comment
Adlink Technology Inc.'s small cPCI-2500 Chassis Series is mountable on a ceiling, wall, desktop or rack, and can even be used with mobile instruments.
Small package houses A/Ds
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12/13/2001   Post a comment
Maxim Integrated Products is aiming its 14-bit (MAX1062) and 16-bit (MAX1162) serially interfaced A/D converters in 10-pin microMAX packages at low-power applications (5 mW at 100 ksamples/s) in portable equipment and industrial control.
IDT warns of lower sales buts sees some stability
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12/7/2001   Post a comment
IDT, the communications semiconductor vendor, has warned that sales in its third quarter will be less than it had previously expected.
AMD expects a better Q4 on strong processor sales
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12/7/2001   Post a comment
Christmas has come early for AMD. The chipmaker has issued a statement to say it expects higher sales in its current -- fourth -- quarter than it previously forecast.
Power transistor buy for gigahertz RF
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Advanced Power Technology (APT), the Oregon-based power semiconductor developer, is buying GHz Technology, a Silicon Valley supplier of RF power transistors.

Drones are, in essence, flying autonomous vehicles. Pros & cons surrounding drones today might well foreshadow the debate over the development of self-driving cars. In the context of a strongly regulated aviation industry, "self-flying" drones pose a fresh challenge. How safe is it to fly drones in different environments? Should drones be required for visual line of sight, as are piloted airplanes? Is the technology advancing faster than we can answer the questions it poses? Panelists: Chad Sweet, Director of Engineering, Qualcomm; Yannick Levy, VP Corporate Business Development, Parrot; Jim Williams, ex-FAA drone chief; Michael Drobac, Exec. Director, Small UAV Coalition; Moderator: Junko Yoshida, Chief Int'l Correspondent, EE Times
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