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Micronic cuts sales projections, staff by 10%
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12/2/2002   Post a comment
TABY, Sweden --- Micronic Laser Systems AB, a vendor of pattern generation equipment for photomask making, has withdrawn its 2002 sales revenue forecast and plans to sack 10% of its employees.
Micronic drar tillbaka prognosen för 2002
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12/2/2002   Post a comment
Styrelsen för Micronic Laser har beslutat att dra tillbaka prognosen för 2002. Den tidigare prognosen låg i linje med förra årets omsättning (699 MSEK). Nettoomsättningen för perioden januari till september 2002 uppgick till 314 MSEK. Företaget har också vidtagit åtgärder för att minska sina kostnader.
Ericsson re-enters DSLAM business with modular Ethernet access gear
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12/2/2002   Post a comment
Ericsson is this week re-entering the market for DSLAMs with an innovative Ethernet access card that it says will unlock the mass market for DSL services by dramatically changing the economics of rolling out broadband DSL.
Micronic debuts 'micro-stepper' to reduce mask costs
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12/1/2002   Post a comment
During the Semicon Japan trade show here today, Sweden's Micronic Laser Systems AB launched its next-generation, laser-based pattern generator tool that promises to lower the cost of photomasks by 30% or more.
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