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Oak deals aid optic-storage biz
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ILSI adds to MPGA line
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TI alters its line to meet VoIP
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EMS' midtier faces fight for life
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CMOS sensor approaches CCD quality
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A new approach to CMOS image sensor design offers unprecedented image quality by eliminating fixed pattern noise from the equation, according to Photon Vision Systems LLC.
Company uses MIPS to "Ramp" toward DSL platforms
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Ramp Networks Inc., a company with nearly five years' experience developing broadband access systems for small-office/home-office markets, will make a break with its original ISDN WebRamp routers, moving to a platform optimized for Digital Subscriber Line service.
Security company delivers free Linux firewall
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Firewall developers in the Unix and NT camps will have to develop effective responses to a new gauntlet thrown down by a security developer in the Linux community.
Intel talking DRAMs with Big 5
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Although it would not offer details, Intel Corp. has confirmed that it is talking with the major memory manufacturers about next-generation DRAM technology. The Intel-led discussions with the five largest DRAM vendors are likely to focus on how to create a consensus solution for the gigabit generation of DRAMs.
Giving Gifts, low-tech style
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Channel recovery rolls on
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Is the sky the limit for CEMs?
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Hitachi, UMC eye logic at 300-mm joint venture fab
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Hitachi Ltd. and Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp. today (12/27) announced plans for a joint venture in 300-mm wafer processing, which will be based in Japan and begin manufacturing operations in early 2001. The unnamed joint-venture company will be located in Hitachi's N3 building in Hitachinaka, and it is scheduled to begin pilot runs of 300-mm wafers in January 2001.
Memory Leaders Form DRAM Alliance
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The companies will develop a next-generation DRAM to succeed the upcoming Double Data Rate-2 architecture.
Memory Leaders Form DRAM Alliance
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The companies will develop a next-generation DRAM to succeed the upcoming Double Data Rate-2 architecture.
Intel, LightWork To Work On 3-D Software
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Intel will optimize LightWork's photorealistic rendering technology for its Itanium 64-bit processor.
Tellabs to buy Salix for $300M in stock
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Tellabs Inc. agreed to acquire Salix Technologies Inc. (Gaithersburg, Md.) on Wednesday (Dec. 22), giving the telecommunications specialist an edge in "mediation-switch" packet/circuit architectures that can replace Class 4 and 5 switches in telephone carrier networks.
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