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SRS Labs exiting semi business
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3/1/2006   Post a comment
SRS Labs plans to divest of its Hong Kong-based semiconductor business, Valence Technology, to focus more attention and financial resources on its licensing business.
Fujitsu licenses Moore Processor Patent portfolio
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Fujitsu has licensed the intellectual property protected by the Moore Microprocessor Patent portfolio from Alliacense, the subsidiary created last year to administer the portfolio on behalf of owners Patriot Scientific and TPL Group. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Unisem, Advance Modules expect 2006 growth
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Malaysia's Unisem and Advance Modules Group both posted solid results in their fiscal 2005 years ended Feb. 27 and expect to grow in 2006.
Arraycom and TI team up on MIMO for WiMAX
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3/1/2006   1 comment
The WiMAX solution will provide system operators with four-fold coverage improvement, doubled data rates and 10X capacity.
Skyworks pushes BiFET process for handset designs
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Wireless chip maker Skyworks Solutions, Inc. will make its gallium arsenide based products on a proprietary bipolar field effect transistor (BiFET) process technology that the Woburn, Mass.-based company says will give it a competitive edge when bidding for contracts from mobile handset makers.
AMCC, Intrinsity developing PowerPC core
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AMCC and Intrinsity Inc. said they are codeveloping a multigigahertz PowerPC core for use in AMCC’s network infrastructure and storage products.
CSR doubles sales, profits from Bluetooth chips
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Bluetooth chip specialist CSR plc doubled both sales and profits for the year ended 30 December 2005, but the results were not enough to see the company’s share price fall by 14 percent on the London stock exchange.
Boost regulators extend battery packs
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Vishay Intertechnology’s SiP12502/3 boost converter ICs are designed to maximize the power available from single- and dual-cell NiMH or alkaline battery packs. Working from an input down to 0.85 volt and delivering up to 500 mA, they provide up to 85 percent DC/DC conversion efficiency for cordless phones to medical diagnostic tools.
Crosspoint switch routes video signals
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3/1/2006   Post a comment
Intersil Corp.'s video crosspoint switch is said to be the first of its kind — integrating four separate 16 x 16 crosspoint switches to create a 32 x 32 matrix (or two 32 x 16 switches).
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