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Philips keeps options open after Adelante sale
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7/23/2003   Post a comment
Philips Semiconductor executives are downplaying speculation that the Adelante Technologies DSP core unit will be folded back into the parent company after selling the spin-off's key design tool technology to ARM Ltd.
AmberWave gets credit from GE Technology Finance
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7/22/2003   Post a comment
AmberWave Systems Corp., a supplier of strained silicon technology, said Tuesday (July 22, 2003) that GE Technology Finance, a unit of the GE Structured Finance, has recently expanded its existing line of credit to AmberWave.
Intel Tips Custom 14nm Server Chips
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7/22/2003   17 comments
Intel said it made custom server CPUs for eBay and Facebook, has a 14nm Xeon SoC in the works, and is in trials with cellular base station chips.
Analysis: on ARM, customer saturation, acquisitions
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7/22/2003   Post a comment
ARM Holdings plc, the U.K. based microprocessor licensing company continues to shine, but its second quarter results announced Tuesday (July 22, 2003) showed the company shining through the dark clouds of an uncertain future.
TransChip rolls out a single-chip CMOS imager
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7/18/2003   Post a comment
Israeli start-up TransChip is targeting mobile handset vendors seeking to upgrade cellphones to popular camera phones with a single-chip CMOS image sensor that integrates image processing and compression along with LCD controller functions.
TTPCom to demo UWB circuit at IEEE meeting
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7/17/2003   Post a comment
TTPCom Ltd. (Cambridge, England) is planning to demonstrate MAC media access control technology aimed at ultrawideband (UWB) systems on the fringes of the IEEE 802.15 standards meeting next week in San Francisco.
Gartner quantifies back-end led 2003 spending revival
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7/8/2003   Post a comment
Market research company Gartner Inc. is forecasting 2003 to be a growth year in capital expenditure with equipment for packaging and assembly scoring a 26 percent rise over 2002 and wafer fabrication equipment scoring a more modest 9 percent growth.
Intel buys Canadian network chips start-up
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7/8/2003   Post a comment
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Intel Corp. has bought Vancouver-based West Bay Semiconductor Inc. for cash, Intel announced Tuesday (July 8, 2003) while keeping the amount secret and not disclosing other financial terms.
Nikon adds 193-nm, 248-nm steppers to range
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7/8/2003   Post a comment
Nikon Corp. has developed three 'step-and-repeat' scanning photolithography systems, the company said Tuesday (July 8, 2003).


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