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posted in October 2001
Philips sues eight more companies for infringement of I2C bus patent
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10/17/2001   Post a comment
NEW YORK--U.S. Philips Corp. today announced it has filed patent infringement suits against eight more companies accused of violating its technology rights in I2C bus interconnects on semiconductors. The latest round of suits follows similar cases filed against six U.S. chip makers one year ago.
Intel to take network processor speeds above 1GHz
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10/15/2001   Post a comment
Intel's next generation of network processors will introduce more complex microengines and a bus network that links them in a ring to pipeline data between them.


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