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AMRC/TMRC Keynote to Focus on Foreign Markets' Influence on U.S. PWB and Electronics Assembly Industries
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Northbrook, Ill.--Feb. 26, 1998--With the current financial situation in Asia and the impending introduction of a single European currency, many companies in the United States ...
Avanti Bolsters Technology Management Team
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Fremont, Calif.--Feb. 24, 1998--Avanti Corp. (Fremont) announcedthat Henry Verheyen has been named head of Avanti's Logical ProductsDivision. The division offers products ...
Mitsubishi Electric and SGS-Thomson to Reinforce Flash Memory Collaboration
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Sunnyvale, Calif.--Feb. 25, 1998--Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (Sunnyvale) and SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (St. Genis, France)announced an agreement to extend their cooperation ...
QSI Introduces 3.3-V Hot Swap Quickswitch
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Santa Clara, Calif.--Feb. 25, 1998--Quality Semiconductor, Inc. (Santa Clara)has introduced two 8-bit functions in its Hotswitch family. These products are the industry's ...
Applied Materials Surpasses 100th System Milestone for Silicon Etch DPS Centura
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Santa Clara, Calif.--Feb. 26, 1998--Applied Materials, Inc.(Santa Clara) has reached an important milestone with the shipmentof more than 100 Silicon Etch DPS Centura ...
Micrel Enters Wireless RF Data Transmission Market
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San Jose--Feb. 26, 1998--Micrel, Inc. (San Jose) will enter the fast growing wirelessRF data transmission systems market by offering new technology. Micrel isdeveloping ...
Another Dynamic RAM Dumping Complaint?
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Today, Commerce Department is expected to release preliminary finding on whether Hyundai Electronics and LG Semicon dumped DRAM devices in 12-month period ending April 30, 1997.
Koreans Forge Ahead With Expansion
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South Korean chip makers pursue major projects, despite Asian financial crisis and challenges by U.S.-based Semiconductor Industry Association.
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