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Analog Devices to fall short of guidance as handset sales fall
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8/2/2005   Post a comment
Semiconductor supplier Analog Devices Inc. said its revenue for the fiscal third fiscal 2005 ended July 30 will range from $580 million to $585 million, down 3 to 4 percent from the previous quarter.
Sequencing-margining IC eases power management
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8/2/2005   Post a comment
Product Review - TI cites a set of device features for its new DC/DC buck controller that the OEM designer may find particularly attractive for the merchant supply space and various high-end applications.
Maxim posts profit, Magna loss widens
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8/1/2005   Post a comment
Semiconductor supplier Maxim Integrated Products Inc. posted earnings of $126.1 million, or 37 cents per share, on sales of $400.4 million for its fiscal fourth quarter ended June 25, up from $124.7 million, or 36 cents per share on sales of $420.9 million for the same quarter a year ago.
Power-over-Ethernet Supply Launched
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8/1/2005   Post a comment
Emerson Network Power launches frst Power-over-Ethernet supply from Astec Power, designed for 802.3af compliance.
"Limited visibility" clouds analog company's financial picture
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Maxim Integrated Products' June quarter (the 4th quarter of the company's fiscal 2005) results will be released today (Monday) after the market closes. Ross Seymore, Research Analyst for Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. says limited visibility on the market makes projections difficult.
FSA unveils standardized Spice model checklist
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8/1/2005   Post a comment
In a move designed to help the fabless-foundry model gain traction in the world of analog, mixed-signal and RF devices, the Fabless Semiconductor Association is introducing a standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist.
South Korean and US manufacture enter agreement for flywheel distribution
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South Korea’s ETI will make available Pentadyne's flywheel energy storage system eliminating the need for UPS batteries in many applications.
Power experts deliver technical seminars on real-world power management
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National Semiconductor technical experts are ready to deliver technical seminars in in 27 cities around Europe, and North America. Be sure to catch one.
FSA unveils standardized Spice model checklist
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8/1/2005   Post a comment
In a move designed to help the fabless-foundry model gain traction in the world of analog, mixed-signal and RF devices, the Fabless Semiconductor Association is introducing a standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist.
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