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Line-interactive UPS adds USB connectivity
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4/2/2005   Post a comment
Extending the flexibility of its higher-power line-interactive uninteruptible power supplies (UPSes) for small and medium business applications, Hewlett Packard has equipped its HP T750 with both universal serial bus (USB) and serial connectivity for multiple configuration options.
Buffer amp adjusts for low noise or high power
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4/2/2005   Post a comment
Optimized for ultra wideband (UWB) applications, a GaAs pHEMT MMIC Buffer Amplifier spans 18 to 38 GHz with the unique ability to adjust bias for low noise or high power performance.
RFID chips first to target new global spec
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Philips announces the industry's first RFID chip to support EPCglobal's Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Electronic Product Code (EPC) Class 1 Generation 2 (G2) standard to simplify worldwide implementations of RFID.
Philips ships next-generation RFID chips
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Royal Philips Electronics said it's shipping RFID chips based on the new ultra-high-frequency electronic product code.
Philips readies RFID chip that meets global spec
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Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands said it is testing engineering samples of an RFID chip compliant with Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 standard.
Driver ICs illuminate LEDs for small signage
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The HV9921/22 family of three-pin constant-current ICs from Supertex is suited to driving low-current LED strings in signage and general lighting applications. These buck-controller chips can be powered from a 20- to 250-volt DC source derived from a universal mains source with front end rectifier. The HV9921 delivers 20 mA, and the HV9922 provides 50 mA.
Phone companies eye cable TV's local territory
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
The nation's cable companies have heard for many months now from telephone companies how they're going to offer their own television programming one day. Now, with a critical mass of optical fiber installed by the phone giants, phone companies are beginning to make their first competitive inroads into local communities with hopes of eventually signing them up for TV service.
Projet de centre de recherche appliquée à Bangalore
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Avec l’aide de l’India Semiconductor Association, l’Institut de technologie et des sciences de Birla devrait ouvrir à Bangalore le premier centre national de recherche appliquée et d’excellence professionnelle d’ici trois mois.
S2C teams with Zaiq to offer transaction-level verification capabilities
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
S2C will offer a transaction-based system-on-chip (SoC) design and validation system that incorporates verification software and intellectual property (IP) from Zaiq Technologies on S2C's IP Porter platform.
Nikon Instruments to consolidate U.S. units
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Nikon Instruments Inc. said that it would consolidate its U.S. metrology-equipment businesses under one roof.
Intel plans 64-bit Celeron push
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Intel Corp. this month is expected to formally detail its plans to bring 64-bit computing to its value-priced Celeron processor family.
Japan to take on KLA-Tencor in mask inspection
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For years, chip and IC-equipment hopefuls in Europe, Japan and the U.S. have tried but failed to develop a viable photomask defect inspection tool to break KLA-Tencor Corp.'s stranglehold in the marketplace.
Samsung rejoint la filiale internationale de Sematech
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Samsung Electronics rejoint l’ISMI (International Sematech Manufacturing Initiative), une filiale du consortium de puces axé sur les normes et les défis de productivité dans la fabrication de puces.
LightPath unveils long wavelength infrared lenses
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
LightPath Technologies Inc. announced Friday (April 1) it now has the ability to mold long wavelength infrared aspheric optics.
Elpida launches 512-Mbit XDR DRAM for digital consumer applications
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Aimed at the digital consumer electronics market, Elpida Memory Inc. is sampling a 512-Mbit XDR DRAM that operates at 3.2-GHz and provides a data transfer rate of 6.4 Gbytes/s. XDR DRAM, the memory architecture developed by Rambus Inc., is being touted as the next-generation memory for applications that require high bandwidth to support high-end graphics, digital imaging and advanced multimedia.
PCI bus motion-control board eventually targets PC/104
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Here's news of PCI bus motion controller plug-in card that is the basis of an embedded controller using the compact PC/104 form-factor. The new card packs dual bi-quad filters, and is available in 1-axis, 2-axis, 3-axis, and 4-axis versions supporting brush-type, brushless DC, micro-stepping, pulse, and direction motors.
EC, Japanese officials collaborating on Intel antitrust case
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
European antitrust enforcers have been working closely with their Japanese counterparts in a wide-ranging antitrust probe that has so far resulted in Intel's agreeing to end anti-competitive practices in Japan.
National Instruments to fall short of guidance
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National Instruments said Friday (April 1) that revenue for the first quarter of 2005 would top out at $130 million with earnings per share of 12 cents, both below original projected guidance.
Canon appoints new CEO for Americas
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Canon U.S.A. has appointed Yoroku Adachi president and CEO, succeeding Kinya Uchida, who will return to Canon Inc. to serve as advisor at Canon's Tokyo headquarters.
Shortages, replenishment cycle kicking in for ICs
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The IC replenishment cycle is kicking in after three quarters of inventory correction, with shortages projected in select chip markets, according to RBC Capital Markets Inc.
Ciena, Broadwing settle patent suit
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Network company Ciena Corp. and optical network solutions provider Broadwing Corp. have announced they have settled their patent infringement litigation.
Les actionnaires de Verisity approuvent l’acquisition
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
L’acquisition par Cadence Design Systems de Verisity Ltd., fournisseur de solutions d’automatisation pour la vérification fonctionnelle, estimée à 285 millions de dollars, a été approuvée par les actionnaires de Verisity.
Microvision patentiert hochauflösende Display-Architektur
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Microvision hat ein Patent für eine Display-System-Architektur eingereicht, die mit preiswerten LEDs hochauflösende Displays mit extrem breiten Betrachtungswinkel ermöglichen soll.
AMD stellt Virtualisierungs-Plattform vor
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Auf seinem 'Reviewer's Day' im texanischen Austin hat AMD erstmals die Kernelemente seiner Virtualisierungstechnologie 'Pacifica' für x86-Server, Desktops und Laptops vorgestellt.
MOSFET improves figure-of-merit fourfold
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Toshiba America Electronic Components' new TK15A60S power MOSFET, a 15-amp, 600-volt device that's the first in a family employing a new technology called Deep Trench MOSFET (DTMOS), claims a 60 percent reduction in on-resistance (RDS) as compared to conventional MOSFETs. Thus, with also a 40 percent reduction in gate charge, the device's figure-of-merit improves to one-fourth that of the company's traditional MOSFETs.
Wipro says interest in outsourcing is on the rise
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
This year's collaborative product engineering customer meet organized by Wipro Technologies showed that product development and sustenance followed by testing was the key area of interest for companies looking to outsource.
Murata joins POLA alliance for power converters
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Murata Manufacturing Co. has joined the Point of Load Alliance and announced it would team with Texas Instruments Inc. to expand a global effort to promote pin-compatible, non-isolated, point of load plug-in power modules and provide a second source based on leading semiconductor technology.
Slow 'actual' chip sales seen in February
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Worldwide "actual" semiconductor sales were projected to hit $16.8 billion for the month of February, up 6.2 percent from the like period a year ago, according to Handelsbanken Capital Markets.
Storage IC startup garners $9 million in funding
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
SiliconStor Inc., a provider of silicon solutions for enterprise storage, has completed its second round of private funding, raising $9 million.
Dual PWM dials into telecom, consumer apps
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Intersil Corporation's ISL6440 is a dual PWM controller IC optimized for converting wall adapter, battery or network intermediate-bus DC input supplies into the system supply voltages required for a wide variety of datacom, telecom, and consumer products.
DAC veröffentlicht Konferenzprogramm 2005
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Das technische Programm für die kommende 42. Design Automation Conference steht: Über 200 Präsentationen, Seminare, Workshops, Podiumsdiskussionen und Vorträge sollen die Besucher ins kalifornische Anaheim locken, wo die Fachkonferenz dieses Jahr vom 13. bis 17. Juni stattfindet.
Le système de développement gratuit de Xilinx supporte Linux
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Attestant de la popularité croissante du système d’exploitation Linux auprès des concepteurs, Xilinx Inc. a intégré pour la première fois un support Linux dans son système de développement téléchargeable gratuitement.
Une batterie ion-lithium rechargeable en une minute
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Toshiba Corp. annonce avoir développé une batterie ion-lithium dotée du temps de recharge court des condensateurs et de la capacité énergétique des batteries ion-lithium conventionnelles.
Sony établit une unité d’écrans mobiles
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Sony Corp. a établi ST Mobile Display Corp. (STMD) comme second site de production d’écrans à cristaux liquides polysilicium basse température de manière à dynamiser sa production d’écrans.
Mario Rivas va quitter Philips Semiconductors
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Mario Rivas, vice-président exécutif de Philips Semiconductors, va quitter ses fonctions le 1er mai 2005 pour des raisons personnelles.
Intel accepts order to stop unfair trade practices in Japan
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Intel Corp. said it is accepting a recommendation from the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) to stop unfair trade practices in the Japanese market.
Mentor donates library to Accellera standards organization
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Mentor Graphics has donated its SystemVerilog Assertion (SVA) version of the Open Verification Library (OVL) to Accellera, the organization for electronic design industry standards. Accellera has accepted the version.
15-watt wall supply plugs in anywhere
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4/1/2005   Post a comment
Phihong USA's PSA15R is a 15-watt AC/DC wall supply with interchangeable plugs that help to minimize OEM inventory and development costs. Plugs are available for the United States, Europe, United Kingdom, China, Argentina, and Australia.
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