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Fujitsu puts physical, link layer functions on 1394 multimedia IC
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3/26/2001   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Fujitsu Microelectronics Inc. today (March 26) rolled out a new IEEE 1394 multimedia IC that integrates the physical (PHY) and link layer functions on a single-port device for notebook PCs, video cards, and peripherals.
Adaptec reduces forecast and takes $10 million charge to slash costs
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3/2/2001   Post a comment
MILPITAS, Calif. -- Adaptec Inc. here today (March 2) announced that it will lower its forecast and take a restructuring charge of $10 million during the quarter amid a downturn in its storage chip and subsystems businesses. Details of Adaptec's restructuring plan will be announced before the end of the quarter, but the goal is to boost growth and cut costs. The moves are aimed to reduce operating expenses by more than $7 million per quarter.


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