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posted in July 2003

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SoC vendor woos military markets
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7/31/2003   Post a comment
Scores of system-on-chip companies have been scrambling in recent years to deliver the value of integration to OEMs in the consumer and communications sectors.
SoC vendor woos military markets
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7/30/2003   Post a comment
CPU Tech Inc., a nearly stealth outfit nestled amid the sprawling corporate campuses here, east of Silicon Valley., has found a niche for its SoCs. It has targeted military and avionics applications and leveraged proprietary design software.
The Valley, Part I
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7/28/2003   Post a comment
Sunday morning in the Valley, sun warming rapidly overhead. Of course, it's dead in Santa Clara, the epicenter of it all; dead in downtown San Jose.
Selon un P.D. G., la récession du marché des systèmes embarqués est finie
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7/28/2003   Post a comment
La récession du marché des systèmes embarqués est finie, a déclaré le Président-directeur général d'un important fabricant d'équipements. Cette déclaration est venue s'ajouter à des perspectives légèrement optimistes pour d'autres segments du secteur de l'électronique.
Embedded recession is over, CEO says
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7/24/2003   Post a comment
The recession in the embedded-sytems market is over, the chief executive of a major tools maker declared Thursday (July 24), adding buoyancy to some cautiously optimistic outlooks in other segments of electronics.
Welcome back 'Buzz'
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7/21/2003   Post a comment
In publishing, there's little that rivals the opinion and op-ed (opposite the editorial) pages for a sense of community.
Low-hanging fruit
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7/14/2003   Post a comment
Sometimes, as Newton discovered, the low-hanging fruit is so obvious it hits you on the head.
The tenure problem
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7/7/2003   Post a comment
My family owned a paint business for more than 100 years, from before the Civil War until just before the Vietnam War. Around the turn of the century, the concern was said to be the second-most-profitable private company in America, behind an outfit that had yet to go public: Ford Motor Co.
Court upholds e-mail rights in Intel case
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7/1/2003   Post a comment
The California Supreme Court, distinguishing between personal e-mails and spam, upheld the right of an angry ex-employee to barrage Intel Corp. (Santa Clara, Calif.) with protest e-mails.

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