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Broadcom pushes ahead with $764 million Emulex bid
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5/5/2009   Post a comment
Broadcom said its wholly owned subsidiary has commenced a $764 million tender offer for all outstanding shares of Emulex, one day after Emulex's board rejected the offer as too low.
Serial transceivers support 32-Mbps applications
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5/5/2009   Post a comment
With standard pin out compatibility, Exar's new devices not only support current 20Mbps applications, but can be extended to 32Mbps levels for next generation industrial automation, security networks, process control, plant environmental control, remote sensing and metering applications.
Cost drives Broadcom's Emulex bid
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5/4/2009   Post a comment
Broadcom Corp.'s $764 million unsolicited bid for Emulex Corp. is all about consolidating to save costs by garnering expertise in Fibre Channel over Ethernet and a board-level business.
Emulex board rejects Broadcom bid
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5/4/2009   Post a comment
Emulex' board of directors has unanimously rejected a Broadcom bid to acquire the company for $9.25 per share, Emulex said.
NETWORKING: SMSC's newest 10/100 Ethernet PHYs consume 40% less power
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5/4/2009   Post a comment
The LAN8710 and LAN8720 10/100 Ethernet physical layer transceivers (PHYs) from SMSC are touted to be the industry's smallest and to consume 40 percent less power than existing SMSC transceivers.
CML : RF transceiver offers high performance and flexibility
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5/4/2009   Post a comment
CML Microcircuits has introduced a high performance integrated RF quadrature / low IF transceiver IC, whichfeatures an advanced image-reject up-conversion modulation system and flexible superheterodyne receiver.
Report: Ultrawideband dies by 2013
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5/4/2009   5 comments
Ultrawideband technology is effectively dead in consumer and computer markets, according to a new report from market watcher In-Stat that says Wi-Fi will take the vast majority of the market for handling high definition video over wireless links while Wi-Fi variants and 60 GHz options will grab a thin slice of the pie.
USB 2.0 OVP device offers integrated current, high-speed ESD protection
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5/1/2009   Post a comment
ON Semiconductor is touting the NCP362 as the industry's first overvoltage protection (OVP) device with both integrated current protection and high speed ESD protection for USB 2.0 applications in portable, telecom, consumer and computing systems.
1394 Automotive network enables powerful, cost-efficient in-vehicle networks for infotainment, navigation, cameras
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5/1/2009   Post a comment
A Fujitsu engineering makes the case for the 1394 Automotive network specification, arguing that it outperforms other infortainment network technologies in terms of bandwidth, flexibility, cost effectiveness and technological features.
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