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2007-11-30 HP turns to sun, wind to power facilities
HP has switched to wind power in its Ireland facilities and to solar power in its U.S. facilities to save on power costs and reduce its global carbon footprint
2007-10-26 Fires halt Sony, Kyocera California operations
Sony and Kyocera disclosed that they have stopped production at their facilities in San Diego, California due to fires raging in the southern part of the state.
2002-12-05 Bel Fuse opens new development facility
Bel Fuse Inc. has opened a new engineering development center in the Rancho Bernardo community of San Diego, California
2003-12-19 Kyocera establishes international R&D center
Kyocera Int. Inc. (KII), the North American headquarters and holding company for Japan-based Kyocera Corp. (KC), today announced the formation of Kyocera Telecommunications Research Corp. (KTRC). This move is part of a strategy to integrate Kyocera's global R&D activities for wireless technologies and applications.
2004-10-21 Teradyne supports STATS chip testing needs
Teradyne Inc. revealed that STATS ChipPAC Ltd has selected its FLEX test system as a key platform for testing a wide range of devices for applications including communications, broadband and other consumer electronics.
2002-10-14 Magma establishes sales office in Korea
Magma Design Automation Inc., has established sales and support offices in Seoul, South Korea.
2006-08-18 Intel passes 20Gbps signaling, reports SiliconPipe
Researchers with Intel have achieved 20Gbps signaling rates over flexible circuit traces between chips, said SiliconPipe.
2005-06-29 Ericsson to reportedly lay off 130, move jobs to China
Wireless equipment Ericsson said that it would lay off 130 of its 230 employees at a unit in Kalmar, Sweden, and move manufacturing jobs to China, according to an Associated Press report.
2011-06-13 China fabless acquires 48% of 3G modem company
China's Spreadtrum Communications has acquired 48 percent of MobilePeak for $32.6 million. Spreadtrum intends to buy all of MobilePeaks shares and expects to complete the acquisition by 3Q11.
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