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China's suppliers moving up technology curve to solid-state
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6/23/2003   Post a comment
The relay market in China is beginning to scale up the technology curve as local and global suppliers bolster solid-state-relay (SSR) production to meet the switching needs of recovering communications and computer equipment manufacturers there.
Obsolete products fuel a cottage industry
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6/16/2003   Post a comment
Product obsolescence has become a major concern for equipment makers as profit-starved suppliers are increasingly dumping old parts in favor of filling their fabs with new, higher-margin devices.
Magfusion's MEMS-based relay tackles space, cost issue
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6/9/2003   Post a comment
Magfusion Inc. claims it is introducing today a MEMS-based relay for radio frequency switching that provides a space-saving, low-cost alternative to electromechanical relays for automated test equipment and wireless communications applications requiring long life and high-frequency performance.
National enhances online tool suite
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6/2/2003   Post a comment
National Semiconductor Corp. today is launching an online enhanced suite of product selection and design tools for its analog chips, betting that easing procurement and time-to-market for its customers will improve sales.


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