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posted in June 1999

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HP rolls Linux workstations
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6/23/1999   Post a comment
Capitalizing on the cult following of Linux, Hewlett-Packard Co. is rolling out a line of workstations this week that are configured with the popular open operating system and targeted at design engineers.
ASML expands into proximity correction
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6/1/1999   Post a comment
ASM Lithography is acquiring a unit of the once-high-flying network processor startup, MicroUnity Systems Engineering Inc., to expand its presence in the emerging optical proximity correction market.


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