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Maxim's profits and revenues climb 50%
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1/31/2001   Post a comment
Net income and revenue increased more than 50% for Maxim Integrated Products Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., in the company's second fiscal quarter.
ON Semiconductor expects 10-12% drop in 1Q revenues
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ON Semiconductor, Phoenix, Wednesday announced that total product revenues in the fourth quarter of 2000 were $490.7 million, an increase of $62.9 million, or 15%, compared to the fourth quarter of 1999.
Internet redraws the recruiting equation
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The Internet has become a potent tool in the rush to help employers find engineers and other technologists who might want to switch jobs.
Stanford Microdevices rolls out SiGe-based RF device for 3G
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1/30/2001   Post a comment
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Gearing up for third-generation (3G) wireless networks, Stanford Microdevices Inc. here today rolled out a radio-frequency (RF) device based on a high-speed silicon-germanium (SiGe) process technology.
Protocol options mix SAN and WAN
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Ethernet ties LANs in wide areas
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Packet rings aim at metro nets
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Packets devour time-domain nets
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Channelized service eyes IP demand
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Optical Ethernet redefines access
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Ethernet moves past 10 Gbits/s
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Dallas agrees to $2.5bn Maxim offer
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Anadigics sales fall 40% sequentially in Q4
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1/29/2001   Post a comment
WARREN, N.J.-- Radio-frequency chip supplier Anadigics Inc. here today reported a 24% drop in sales to $30.7 million in the fourth quarter compared to $40.1 million in the same period a year ago. Anadigics' sales plunged 40% sequentially form $51.1 million in the third quarter of 2000.
Maxim to acquire Dallas Semi for $2.5 billion in stock
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1/29/2001   Post a comment
DALLAS--Silicon Valley-based Maxim Integrated Products Inc. today announced an agreement to acquire Dallas Semiconductor Corp. for about $2.5 billion in stock. The agreement comes two months after a heart attack killed C.V. ("Vin") Prothro, Dallas Semiconductor's president, CEO, and chairman.
Intel and Synopsys invest in Canadian analog design startup
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1/25/2001   Post a comment
OTTAWA, Ontario -- Intel Corp. and Synopsys Inc. are among new investors pumping $8 million into Analog Design Automation Inc. here. The startup is applying intelligent systems technology to synthesizing analog and mixed-signal IC designs.
Cirrus remains confident in Internet entertainment chip sales
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1/24/2001   Post a comment
AUSTIN, Tex. -- The near-term outlook at Cirrus Logic Inc. is a little better than other chip companies, which this week have been forecasting lower revenues in the first three months of 2001. Cirrus Logic today said it expects sales to be flat in the current quarter from $208 million in its fiscal third quarter, ended Dec. 30.
Almaden director seeks a 'delightful' revolution
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1/24/2001   Post a comment
The work surfaces in Robert Morris' San Jose, Calif., office are cluttered with computing devices: two desktop PCs and four notebooks, as well as a pager, a cell phone, a pair of Think Pads and a Palm computer that Morris carries when he travels.
Microtune sues Broadcom for patent infringement in TV tuner IC
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1/24/2001   Post a comment
PLANO, Tex. -- Dallas area startup Microtune Inc. today announced it was suing Broadcom Corp. for infringement of a U.S. patent covering technology for single-chip television tuners.
Broadcom beats Q4 earnings estimates by a penny; sales up 18% sequentially
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1/23/2001   Post a comment
IRVINE, Calif.--Broadcom Corp. today beat Wall Street's earnings estimates by a penny a share and the company posted an 18% sequential gain in revenues for the fourth quarter to $376.1 million. Broacom's net income in Q4 was a record $86.7 million.
RF Micro Devices aims modulator IC at direct-conversion radio
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1/23/2001   Post a comment
GREENSBORO, N.C.-- RF Micro Devices Inc. here rolled out the first in a series of multi-band, direct-quadrature modulator ICs aimed at serving direct-conversion radio architectures in new handsets, base stations and other wireless products. The new radio-frequency IC features a very low noise floor and includes gain control, said the company.
TI says slumping demand--not capacity--plagues chip markets
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1/23/2001   Post a comment
DALLAS -- Widespread inventory adjustments in key wireless and communications infrastructure markets are likely to continue for months--possibly into the summer--based on customer feedback at Texas Instruments Inc., said company officials during an conference call with analysts after releasing sequentially flat semiconductor revenues for the fourth quarter.
TI expects 10% sequential drop in Q1 revenues
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1/22/2001   Post a comment
DALLAS -- Texas Instruments Inc. today reported mixed results for its semiconductor operations in the fourth quarter of 2000, and the Dallas chip company said it now expects overall revenues to decline 10% in the first quarter of 2001 from sales in the final three months of 2000.
Texas Instruments warns of 10% revenue drop
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1/22/2001   Post a comment
Following similar reports from other semiconductor companies in recent weeks, Texas Instruments Inc. said Monday that it anticipates sequentially reduced revenue in the current quarter.
1394 serial-bus group aims to link with wireless standards
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SANTA CLARA, Calif.---Jan. 22, 2001--Branching out from its original serial-bus focus, the 1394 Trade Association today announced efforts to create a new wireless working group to address connectivity with radio-frequency networks between computers, peripherals, and consumer electronics.
LAN connections key to wireless
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Wireless Web appliances grow up
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Signia uses TSMC's wafer 'shuttle' to validate Bluetooth transceiver
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1/19/2001   Post a comment
MILPITAS, Calif. -- Signia Technologies here today announced it has received its first Bluetooth transceiver device fabricated with 0.25-micron radio-frequency CMOS technology by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Silicon Image chips add audio support to DVI link
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1/18/2001   Post a comment
Silicon Image has developed a new version of the Digital Visual Interface that includes support for audio for the first time. Though not yet accepted as the next spin of the DVI standard, the work is stirring the ongoing debate over which digital interface, DVI or IEEE 1394, will become the mainstay for consumer electronics systems such as set-top boxes.
STMicroelectronics to buy Ravisent unit for $55M
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STMicroelectronics said it will pay approximately $55 million to acquire the consumer electronics business of Ravisent Technologies Inc., to boost its offering in the digital audio, video software, and Internet appliance markets.
TI locates 3G wireless center in India
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1/17/2001   Post a comment
Texas Instruments (India) is setting up a 3G Wireless Center in Bangalore, its first in India and its third worldwide.
Elantec boosts net income 246% in 1Q, sees modest growth ahead
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1/17/2001   Post a comment
Elantec Semiconductor Inc., a Milpitas, Calif.-based manufacturer of high-performance analog ICs, increased its net income by 246% in first quarter of fiscal 2001, but expects only modest increases in the second quarter.
Board-support package eases testing
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Real costs drive new board designs
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Switch fabrics eliminate bus delays
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inSilicon rolls out latest core for single-chip USB 2.0 designs
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SAN JOSE --In a move to support single-chip designs for the Universal Serial Bus 2.0 specification, inSilicon Corp. today announced its initial USB 2.0 physical layer (PHY) core aimed at reducing component count in systems with integrated mixed-signal functions. The mixed-signal USB 2 PHY core results from inSilicon's collaboration with Tality LLP, a design services supplier spun out of Cadence Design Systems Inc.
TSMC delivers first 0.18-micron Bluetooth IC to startup Zeevo
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1/16/2001   Post a comment
HSINCHU, Taiwan--Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. here today announced delivery of its first 0.18-micron IC for Bluetooth wireless systems to silicon foundry customer Zeevo Inc., a fabless chip startup in Santa Clara, Calif.
Sipex won't meet revenue and earnings expectations
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1/11/2001   Post a comment
Sipex Corp., Billerica, Mass.,a maker of analog ICs, today announced that revenue and earnings will be lower than the company expected for the fourth quarter.
TI sues Linear Technology over alleged patent infringement
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MILPITAS, Calif. -- Linear Technology Corp. here said it has been sued by Texas Instruments Inc. over seven patents related to analog circuits and manufacturing process technologies.
Texas Instruments sues Linear Technology over alleged patent infringement
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1/11/2001   Post a comment
Linear Technology late Wednesday said it has been sued by Texas Instruments over seven patents, and claimed TI was trying to pressure Linear to drop a pending lawsuit against TI's Unitrode operation.
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