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Intel to push its weight in Japan's cellular phone market
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2/24/2000   Post a comment
As it seeks ways to branch out from its core PC microprocessor business, Intel gearing up to make a big push into cellular phones by upping its stake in Japan's thriving wireless communications market.
Moto's C-Port acquisition highlights consolidation
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2/23/2000   Post a comment
The header-parsing segment of the network processor market continued to shrink Tuesday, as Motorola Inc. (Schaumberg, Ill.) made a $430 million stock offer to acquire C-Port Corp., a startup that developed the highly-parallel C-5 processor.
ISSCC: Processors gallop past the GHz mark
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2/9/2000   Post a comment
The four heavy hitters in processor design surged past the GHz barrier with architectural modifications shown at ISSCC here, but the breakthroughs are more symbolic than significant for end-applications performance.

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