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Hitachi to eliminate 14,700 jobs, cut chip capital spending 57%
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9/3/2001   Post a comment
Hitachi Ltd has outlined massive cutbacks in its businesses, including the elimination of 14,700 jobs worldwide--about 4% of its workforce--and restructuring of its trouble semiconductor division
Hitachi plans new general-purpose chip company while focusing applications ICs
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As part of a major restructuring of its chip business, Hitachi Ltd has announced plans to set up a new company to focus on general-purpose semiconductors
UK demanding patent action in Europe
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The UK Patent Office is ready to bypass the European Commission to get a decision over the validity of software patents in Europe.
Voltage like water: Working with low-voltage op amps
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9/1/2001   1 comment
Cell phones, calculators and portable instruments opened the market for low-voltage op amps, explains op amp guru Ron Mancini. But using these low voltage gems typically requires considerable sacrifice in dynamic range. The trick, he says, is to pay attention to biasing and error sources - and not give up a millivolt.
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