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TransEDA, Inc. Welcomes John Perry as General Manager
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Los Gatos, Calif.--Nov. 30, 1998--TransEDA, Inc.(Los Gatos) announced the appointment of John E. Perry, 51, as generalmanager. Perry, reporting to James Douglas, CEO of parent ...
Verisity Introduces Specman Elite, Advances Functional Verification Automation to Open New Markets
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Mountain View, Calif.--Nov. 30, 1998--Verisity Ltd. (Mountain View) introduced Specman Elite, the next-generation of the company's functional verification automation tool featuring ...
Sony Announces 16-Mbit SRAM
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San Jose--Nov. 30, 1998--Sony Electronics, Inc. (San Jose) announced CXK77V80160TM-9, a 16-Mbit SRAM. Sony's latest high-speed synchronous SRAM is organized as 2,097,152 ...
Imedia offers MPEG video multiplexer
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Imedia Corp., a digital video specialist, launched an architecture for video statistical re-multiplexing for MPEG-2 video at this week's Western Show. The company's CherryPicker architecture can route and multiplex video streams in order to groom digital-video program content.
Transmeta's Ditzel looks to VLIW's future at Micro-31
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David Ditzel, president and chief executive of Transmeta Corp., kicked off the Micro-31 conference yesterday (Nov. 30) with a warning that the success of upcoming very-long-instruction-word (VLIW) processors will hinge on good physical implementations and on the availability of robust compilers.
Chinese concern may buy Siemens fab in England
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A Chinese telecommunications company is apparently interested in taking a stake in Siemens' 18-month-old semiconductor fabrication facility in Scotland, which Siemens said it would close if it could not find a buyer.
IBM reveals DDR SDRAM roadmap
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