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posted in October 1998

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Bastani sees life beyond GaAs for Anadigics
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10/28/1998   Post a comment
Anadigics Inc., which has grown from zero to nearly $100 million in revenue on the strength of gallium arsenide (GaAs) circuits, will branch out of the high-speed technology as it tries to grow to $500 million in sales, according to its new president.
Off year begets strategy scramble
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10/26/1998   Post a comment
Seemingly stuck in a rut of economic turmoil, the semiconductor industry is wasting no time trying to climb out with process, methodology and business-model changes designed to promote growth in new directions.
Hitachi isn't leaving DRAM business, exec says
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10/20/1998   Post a comment
Tsugio Makimoto, senior executive managing director of Hitachi Ltd. (Tokyo) put one big rumor to rest today at the Dataquest Semiconductors '98 conference: Hitachi isn't leaving the DRAM business.
Makimoto airs golf/semiconductor theories at conference
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10/20/1998   Post a comment
Tsugio Makimoto, the longtime executive of Hitachi Ltd. and inventor of the "Makimoto Wave," unveiled his five-point "Murphy's Law of Golf" at the Dataquest Semiconductor Conference on Tuesday (Oct. 20).
Dataquest analysts paint grim semiconductor landscape
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10/20/1998   Post a comment
Like witnesses to a terrible train wreck, industry leaders are gathering at the Dataquest Semiconductor Conference in San Diego this week to get the latest casualty figures.
Fujitsu unfurls technology, product initiatives
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10/7/1998   Post a comment
Undeterred by the worst semiconductor downturn in more than a decade, Fujitsu Microelectronics Inc. has unfurled a series of initiatives to strengthen its hold in computing and telecommunications and to push deeper into deep-submicron technology.
Lattice introduces wide-bit PLD line
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10/7/1998   Post a comment
Firing its third round of products into the programmable-logic market in the last two months, Lattice Semiconductor Corp. has rolled out a device family targeting wide-bit applications.


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