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Ziebart takes up post as Infineon chief executive
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9/1/2004   Post a comment
As expected, Wolfgang Ziebart took over as chief executive officer of Infineon Technologies AG, the company announced Wedesday (Sept. 1).
Switch fabric IC
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9/1/2004   Post a comment
The BME-3200/SE-4000 packet fabric chip allows designers to scale switching capacity into the 640 Gbit/s.
Doublement des exportations de téléphones portables en Chine
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9/1/2004   Post a comment
Les fabricants de téléphones portables en Chine ont vu la valeur de leurs exportations augmenter de 104,9%, à 7,15 milliards de dollars (environ 5,9 milliards d'euros), entre janvier et juillet 2004, selon les chiffres publiés par le ministère chinois du Commerce.
ARM setzt für IP-Zukunft auf Artisan
Product News  
9/1/2004   Post a comment
Für fast einer Milliarde Dollar hat ARM den kalifornischen Bibliotheken-Entwickler Artisan Components übernommen. Das Unternehmen aus dem britischen Cambridge sichert sich damit ein solides Standbein im künftigen Markt für Intellectual Property (IP). Vielleicht könnte sich die Artisan-Übernahme schon bald als echtes Schnäppchen herausstellen.
ARM setzt für IP-Zukunft auf Artisan
Product News  
9/1/2004   Post a comment
Für fast einer Milliarde Dollar hat ARM den kalifornischen Bibliotheken-Entwickler Artisan Components übernommen. Das Unternehmen aus dem britischen Cambridge sichert sich damit ein solides Standbein im künftigen Markt für Intellectual Property (IP). Vielleicht könnte sich die Artisan-Übernahme schon bald als echtes Schnäppchen herausstellen.
Agilent powers up newest DC supplies with multiple I/Os
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9/1/2004   Post a comment
Hot on the heels of Agilent Technologies's recent announcement of new modules and paralleling enhancements for its N6700 MPS power sources, the company is rolling out its newest N5700 Series. Billed as system DC power supplies, they offer what Agilent claims is the industry's highest power densities, with one unit in the mix providing up to 1.5-kW in a space-saving 1U-high package.
True colors shine through with RGB LED technology
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9/1/2004   Post a comment
Developing a RGB LED illuminated switch has proved to be challenging for switch manufacturers. Jeff Kroening, product development manager for NKK Switches explains how the company overcame key challenges in the development of RGB illumination, and how the technology benefits designers in their new designs.
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