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Trend Micro engineers scale language barriers
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Programming for a Babel of languages is one thing, but for any company chasing a global market, good business means learning more about a country than its language. Things like, don't use black in Korea.
Toshiba CMOS image sensor eyes cell-phone digicams
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Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. today announced a new CMOS image sensor targeted for use in cell phones and other portable devices with built-in cameras.
Philips Launches Trimedia Technologies, Inc.
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Amsterdam--March 29, 2000--Royal Philips Electronics announced that it is launching TrimediaTechnologies, a Silicon Valley, CA-basedcompany that will create and ...
TransEDA Verification Products to Support Linux OS.
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Paris, France and Los Gatos, CA-- Mar. 27, 2000--TransEDA announced thatVerification Navigator, its integrated design verification environment,is ...
Sony Selects Texas Instruments Programmable DSP for VAIO Music Clip.
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Dallas,TX--March 30, 2000--Sony has selected the low power programmable digital signal processor (DSP) developed by Texas Instruments, Inc. for its sleek VAIO Music Clip Internet audio player. ...
Metalink Expands North American Headquarters and Design Center.
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Folsom, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel--March 29, 2000---Metalink Ltd., a fabless semiconductor company and manufacturer of high performance, symmetric digital subscriber line (DSL) chip sets,announced ...
VSIA Releases SLD 1 1.0 Standard.
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Santa Clara, CA--March 28, 2000-- The Virtual Socket Interface Alliance (VSIA) released its System-Level Interface Behavioral Documentation Standard 1 ...
CP Clare: new name, new hopes
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New Orders & Design Wins
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Vishay to sell stake in Lite-On
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Flextronics, Siemens in GSM deal
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Arrow, Vishay foresee bonanza 1Q
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Aureal execs walk, won't talk
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STMicro to reenter graphics chip fray
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STMicroelectronics will take another crack at the mainstream graphics chip market, and plans to release the first in a new family of devices next month.
TSMC opens Tainan fab, plus 300-mm pilot line
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In a ceremony that included a traditional Chinese dragon dance, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. today officially opened TSMC Fab 6, which the company calls the world's largest semiconductor production facility.
Japan distribs begin to recover
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ON Semi adds PWM fan speed controller
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ON Semiconductor Inc. today added another product to its portfolio of thermal management products, introducing a pulse-width modulation (PWM) fan speed controller with fault detection.
Tool generates VHDL, Verilog testbenches
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Visual Software Solutions has introduced HDL Bencher, a low-cost testbench generation tool that promises to turn out VHDL or Verilog testbenches without knowledge of HDL or scripting.
Tool wish list assembled for Medea projects
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A wish list of EDA tools needed to help Medea, the European design automation consortium, achieve the goals of its second project road map was enumerated by a panel at this week's Date 2000 Conference. Tools ranging from system-level design to MEMS to test will be needed to make IC design thrive, panelists said.
Microchip plans three more design centers in China
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Microchip Technology Inc. plans to expand its presence in China by opening three design centers there this year, in Shenzhen, Chengdu and the east coast city of Fuzhou.
Artest acquires Micro Linear test operation
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Artest Corp. has signed a letter of intent to acquire Micro Linear Corp.'s wafer sort and final test operations in San Jose, Calif. Under the proposed deal, Artest would purchase all of Micro Linear's test equipment and would provide the wafer sort, device assembly, and final test services for all of Micro Linear's production requirements. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
NEC preps electrochemical battery for portable apps
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Claiming to have opened the door for a new type of battery technology, NEC Corp. said it has developed a prototype "maintenance-free" proton polymer electrochemical battery with an energy density equal to lead batteries and a current discharge some 20 times greater.
TSMC accepting 0.13-micron designs
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Hoping to beat its competitors to the punch, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. said today that it has begun taking orders for its leading-edge, 0.13-micron process technology, with production slated for early next year.
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