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LSI Logic Storage Systems Selects HP'S Tachyon TL Fibre Channel Controller IC for Future-Generation Storage Controllers
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Palo Alto, Calif.--Nov. 30, 1998--Hewlett-Packard Co. (Palo Alto) announced that LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc. has selected HP's Tachyon TL Fibre Channel controller for future-generation ...
First Million-Gate Virtex FPGA Delivered by UMC Group -- Xilinx Team
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San Jose--Nov. 30, 1998--The United Silicon Inc. (USIC) wafer foundry in Taiwan, in which UMC Group (Sunnyvale, Calif.) and Xilinx (San Jose) are equity partners, has successfully ...
Sony Announces 16-Mbit SRAM
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San Jose--Nov. 30, 1998--Sony Electronics, Inc. (San Jose) announced CXK77V80160TM-9, a 16-Mbit SRAM. Sony's latest high-speed synchronous SRAM is organized as 2,097,152 ...
Imedia offers MPEG video multiplexer
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Imedia Corp., a digital video specialist, launched an architecture for video statistical re-multiplexing for MPEG-2 video at this week's Western Show. The company's CherryPicker architecture can route and multiplex video streams in order to groom digital-video program content.
Transmeta's Ditzel looks to VLIW's future at Micro-31
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David Ditzel, president and chief executive of Transmeta Corp., kicked off the Micro-31 conference yesterday (Nov. 30) with a warning that the success of upcoming very-long-instruction-word (VLIW) processors will hinge on good physical implementations and on the availability of robust compilers.
Chinese concern may buy Siemens fab in England
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A Chinese telecommunications company is apparently interested in taking a stake in Siemens' 18-month-old semiconductor fabrication facility in Scotland, which Siemens said it would close if it could not find a buyer.
IBM reveals DDR SDRAM roadmap
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