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M-Systems solid-state flash disk comes in capacities up to 128 gigabytes
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M-Systems has announced a serial ATA (SATA) solid-state flash drive. Offering up to 128 gigabytes of storage, its FFD™ 2.5-inch SATA flash drive is the highest capacity solid-state SATA offering available on the market.
SMIC liegt bei 90 Nanomter hinter dem Zeitplan
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Der chinesische Halbleiterfertiger Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) wird seinen 90-Nanometer-Prozess ab dem vierten Quartal anbieten. Damit liegt das Unternehmen mehrere Monate hinter seinem ursprünglichen Zeitplan zurück.
Global chip sales down again in June, says ESIA
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The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors was $17.98 billion in June, a sequential decline of 0.5 percent from $18.05 billion in May and down from $18.14 billion in April, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
Toshiba kurbelt Flash-Produktion an
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In Erwartung weiter steigender Nachfrage nach NAND-Flash-Speicherbausteinen fährt Toshiba die Investitionen in seine Speicherfabrik in Yokkaichi hoch. Die Fertigungskapazität soll um 40 Prozent auf 30 000 Wafer pro Monat steigen.
Pertes accrues chez Mentor au 2ème trimestre
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La société de CAO Mentor Graphics Corp. a publié une perte nette de 6,8 millions de dollars sur un chiffre d’affaires de 154,8 millions de dollars au titre du deuxième trimestre 2005.
L’Europe conservera sa position dominante, selon le PDG de Fairchild
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Mark Thompson, Président-directeur général de Fairchild depuis début avril 2005, s’exprime sans détour sur les grandes dynamiques internationales. D’entrée de jeu, il avance que, sur le grand échiquier mondial, seules « les entreprises les plus agiles domineront ». L’Europe continuera, à son humble avis, de jouer un rôle d’exception.
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