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Avnet Launches Design Services Unit
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Oki To Phase Out Of DRAM Market
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UMC Seeking Fabs Outside Taiwan
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C.P. Clare Expects 10% Revenue Drop
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Rivals Circling
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Analysis: The DRAM Ride Continues
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Intel Mobile MPU Price Update
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Marshall Net Sales Hit Record High
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Mentor Graphics and Cadence Cooperate in Deep Submicron Physical Verification Solution
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Wilsonville, Ore.--Sept. 28, 1998--Mentor Graphics Corp. (Wilsonville) announced it has developed an interface between its deep submicron physical verification tool, Calibre, ...
Altera's AMPP Program and Wipro Announce New Inverse Multiplexing for ATM Controller
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San Jose--Sept. 21, 1998--Altera Corp. (San Jose) announced that a new Altera Megafunction Partner Program (AMPP) member, Wipro Corp. (Santa Clara, Calif.), has developed an ...
New DSP Chips from Texas Instruments Extend Digital Revolution to Ultra-Small Portable Devices, New Communications Products
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Houston, Texas--Sept. 28, 1998--Texas Instruments (TI; Houston)introduced two powerful new. These new ultrasmall DSPs offer higher performance yet require less power than ...
Mentor Graphics xCalibre Verifies New Microprocessor Design for Sandcraft
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Wilsoville, Ore.--Sept. 28, 1998--Mentor Graphics Corp. (Wilsonville) announced that Sandcraft, Inc. has adopted MentorGraphics' deep submicron interconnect xCalibre tool ...
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