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Hong Kong sets up ATE center, selects Credence
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8/21/2003   Post a comment
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corp. (HKSTP) today (Aug. 21, 2003) announced a partnership with Credence Systems Corp. in the automatic test equipment (ATE) business.
Agilent's ATE business shines in tough quarter
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8/18/2003   Post a comment
Despite lackluster financial results in its third fiscal quarter ( see today's story ), Agilent Technologies Inc. saw a continued rebound in semiconductor equipment orders in the period, which reached their highest level in three years.
Agilent posts $1.6 billion loss on flat sales
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8/18/2003   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies Inc. reported sales of $1.468 billion in the third quarter of 2003, flat from $1.467 billion in the second quarter of this year and up 1 percent from $1.456 billion in the like period a year ago.
Test conference to target MEMS
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8/12/2003   Post a comment
Challenges Confront RFIC, WLAN Testing
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8/8/2003   Post a comment
Like the prices of any products that compete largely in the consumer market, those of wireless devices such as LANs and cell phones are being squeezed constantly. That, in turn, means relentless downward price pressure on RF ICs. One of the most important ways to keep their costs down is to achieve the lowest possible test cost.
Export control on agenda of Taiwan, China conference
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8/5/2003   Post a comment
Two politicians, with remits in trade and in technology security, are set to address the Taiwan and China Semiconductor Industry Outlook 2003 conference, which is due to be held in San Jose, September 15 and 16.
Synthetic Test Systems, The Future of Test: Available Today -- Part 1
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8/2/2003   Post a comment
Instruments that can synthesize stimulus or measurement use a combination of algorithms and hardware modules. The benefits of a malleable and upgradeable synthetic-instrument system can be compelling. Author Marvin Rozner, Jr., Product Manager for Synthetic Instruments at Aeroflex, makes the case.
ASE Test's forecast is lifted for 2003
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8/1/2003   Post a comment
A surge in orders from Agilent Technologies Inc. has prompted a research firm to raise its forecast for ASE Test Ltd., a Taiwanese chip-testing and packaging house.
Aeroflex buys Racal wireless group
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8/1/2003   Post a comment
Aeroflex buys Racal wireless group CommsDesign.com August 1, 2003 (9:54 a.m. EST) WAYNE, N.J. " Aeroflex will acquire Racal's Wireless for $38 million in cash and a deferred payment of up to $16.5 million in either cash of Aeroflex common stock. Racal builds wireless testing solutions for evaluating both handset and infrastructure performances. The company's product line includes testers for R&D, standards conformance, production, installation, field services and network optimization.


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