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Elpida delays 300mm DRAM wafer fab
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9/28/2001   Post a comment
Elpida Memory Inc. announced it will delay for nine months the start of equipping a new 300mm wafer fab in Hiroshima, Japan.
Avnet cuts workforce by 4%
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9/27/2001   Post a comment
Flextronics to take over HP printer facility
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9/27/2001   Post a comment
To deepen its relationship with computer maker Hewlett-Packard Co., Flextronics International Ltd. has agreed to take over an HP printer facility in Singapore.
Race is on to speed massively parallel system design
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9/27/2001   Post a comment
Mercury Computer Systems' Race++ development system promises to simplify the process of writing software and speed the development of complex, multiprocessor embedded products.
ITC judge finds Sharp in violation of chip-scale package patents
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9/26/2001   Post a comment
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge Tuesday made an initial finding that Sharp Corp.'s face-up chip-scale packages (CSP) violated patents of Tessera Technology Inc., San Jose, Calif.
TSMC expects to miss year-end earnings target
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9/25/2001   Post a comment
Just days after telling investors that operating income would jump dramatically in the months ahead, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. today said it will probably miss this year's profit forecast as the terrorist attack on the United States dashed hopes for a fourth-quarter recovery.
Sanmina/SCI merger gets European approval
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
Sanmina Corp. and SCI Systems Inc., announced that the European Commission has given clearance regarding the merger and has advised Sanmina and SCI that it will not take any action to oppose the merger.
NEBS-ready system rolls
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
Targeted at high-availability telecom ap-plications, the Schroff Pro Series 9U eight-slot Compact-PCI NEBS-ready system from Pentair Electronic Packaging complies with IEEE 1101.10, 1101.11 and CompactPCI.
Xscale powers controller
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
The PCI-731, Cyclone Microsystems Inc.'s next-generation 64-bit intelligent Gigabit Ethernet controller, features Intel's IOP310 I/O processor chip set. The chip set utilizes Intel's Xscale microarchitecture, enabling core-processing speeds of up to 600 MHz.
Flash microcontroller fits into a 3 x 3-mm package
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
Cygnal Integrated Products Inc. has introduced the C8051F300, a flash microcontroller in a micro lead-frame package with a 3 x 3-mm footprint.
Growing family connects better with IDC switch
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
Erni Components Inc. has expanded its bus-interface connector family with the ERbic Profibus IDC switch, which is said to offer easier interfacing via the insulation displacement connection (IDC) technique.
Software speeds production test
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9/21/2001   Post a comment
Jaco's board approves repurchase of shares
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9/18/2001   Post a comment
Hauppauge, N.Y., electronics components distributor Jaco Electronics Inc. has joined the recent parade of high-tech companies buying back their shares.
Rambus signs new patent license agreement with Intel
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9/17/2001   Post a comment
Rambus Inc. got a financial shot-in-the-arm Monday when Intel Corp. agreed to pay Rambus a fixed $10 million royalty each quarter for the next five years as part of a new cross-licensing agreement.
Two-wire EEPROM offers 1 Mbit
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9/13/2001   Post a comment
Two low-power 32-bit MCUs roll
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DSPs up to 100 MHz go into production
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9/13/2001   Post a comment
DSP Architectures has begun volume production of its DSP24 signal processor for frequency domain applications and has added a 100-MHz model at the high end of the product line.
Flash MCU family expanded
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9/13/2001   Post a comment
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) has added eight models to its FlashFlex51 family of 8-bit, 8051-compatible flash microcontrollers.
Taiwan halts chip and PC shipments to U.S. following terrorist attacks
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9/12/2001   Post a comment
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Shipments of chips, PCs, and other electronic products from Taiwan to the U.S. market have been halted in the wake of Tuesday's stunning and deadly terrorist attacks in the United States, according to a report from the Reuters news service. "Because all U.S. airports have closed, air shipments are unable to continue from Taiwan to the United States," a spokeswoman at Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek International Airport told Reuters.
Micron Technology opens first office in China
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9/10/2001   Post a comment
Micron technology Inc. Monday opened its first sales and memory module office in China to serve key customers in Fujian province.
NIC enables full-duplex mode
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9/6/2001   Post a comment
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