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ACT retains 'go slow' approach
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Agilent acquires test IP supplier for network systems applications
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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced it has completed a previously announced acquisition of privately-held Digital Technology Inc., which supplied intellectual property (IP) for testing of network systems. The spin-off from Hewlett-Packard Co. did not release financial terms of the acquisition.
Via, S3 revise joint-venture plans
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Intel broadens two lawsuits
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Philips: Kleisterlee new CEO
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TI to expand presence in San Diego after buying Dot Wireless
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DALLAS -- Texas Instruments Inc. today announced it has completed the acquisition of Dot Wireless Inc., a San Diego-based supplier of system architecture and protocol software for third-generation (3G) cellular phones and wireless devices. TI said it will establish a wireless technology center in San Diego, where Dot Wireless is based, and it expects to expand in the area as it develops new wireless products.
NEC, In-System to develop ICs for USB 2.0 spec
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In-System Design Inc. (ISD) here announced a partnership NEC Corp. to co-develop a family of ICs, based on a new Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 standard.
Tundra to buy chip-layout specialist Quadic for $45M
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Tundra Semiconductor Corp. announced plans Thursday (Aug. 31) to acquire Quadic Systems Inc., an analog chip developer and design-layout specialist based in South Portland, Maine. Tundra said the purchase will help it reduce development time for high-speed interconnect technology in communications-chip applications.
Anadigics invests in personal-area network chip supplier
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Anadigics Inc. has entered the emerging personal-area networking business, announcing an equity investment in Embedded Wireless Devices Inc. of Pleasanton, Calif. The size of the investment was not disclosed.
Micro-ASI buys EPI to expand advanced IC-packaging capabilities
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DALLAS -- Micro-ASI Inc. here has announced the purchase of EPI Technologies Inc., a nearby supplier of patented known-good-die (KGD) processes and volume testing capability for bare-die products. The acquisition gives five-year-old Micro-ASI a wider range of technologies for advanced chip packaging services, said company officials, who did not release financial details of the purchase.
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