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2006-07-13 3G in China taking longer than expected
3G development in China is taking longer than expected, and pundits are exasperated. Its commercialization will depend on the readiness of TD-SCDMA, which is considered the underdog standard. Will it take three generations for 3G to happen?
2014-01-16 3D integration leads to robust I/O performance, says IBM
IBM fellow Jon Casey tells EE Times that the semiconductor industry needs to embrace chip stacking amid a slowdown in Moore's Law and the rise of data-driven applications.
2006-11-30 3Com to buy Huawei's stake in H3C for $882M
3Com Corp. will buy Huawei Technologies' 49 percent stake in their joint venture Huawei-3Com for $882 million.
2009-02-24 'Goodwill' dole outs hurt tech asset value
Asset values at top technology companies worldwide are shrinking as executives implement cost-control actions that often involve significant cash payouts to former employees and also take billions in non-cash goodwill write downs in response to declining valuation on the equity market.
2007-05-01 'Asset-lite' strategy keeps Moore's Law alive
Ajit Manocha, executive VP and chief manufacturing officer of NXP, believes that the widening gap between design productivity and Moore's Law will trigger a paradigm shift in IC manufacturing that will entail a breakthrough in the way companies work together.
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