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IBM offers patents to open source developers 2005-01-13
IBM Corp. announced Tuesday (Jan. 11) that it will give open source developers free access to 500 of its software patents. ?
CERDEC awards OLED contract to Universal Display 2005-01-12
The U.S. Army Communication Electronics Research and Development Engineering Center (CERDEC) granted Universal Display Corp. a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract worth $69,999. ?
Intel's Barrett takes SIA's IC forecast 'with a grain of salt' 2004-11-08
Chip executives were mixed over the latest forecast presented by the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). ?
Cypress VP talks about supply chain dynamics 2004-10-04
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced that industry veteran Bien Irace, vice president of Cypress's channel sales and marketing, has discussed the supply network conference panel, entitled "Managing Multiparty Relationship in Complex Supply Chains" at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California in Sept 28, 2004. ?
Teradyne receives award for PCB production 2004-07-21
Teradyne Connection Systems' High Performance Circuits group has received the 2004 Customer Value Enhancement Award for its accomplishments in the PCB manufacturing and fabrication market at Frost & Sullivan's customer value enhancement awards banquet. ?
China Unicom awards $120M CDMA contract to Lucent 2004-05-21
Lucent Technologies has received more than $120 million in contracts from China Unicom to build out CDMA networks in four provinces - Shandong, Hubei, Inner Mongolia, and Shaanxi. ?
Conductive plastic could speed electronics manufacturing 2004-04-19
A conductive plastic that mixes electronics-functions into the material before it is cured could make possible products from disposable e-newspapers to large-scale organic LEDs that can be sprayed on walls. ?
Sequence claims key optimization patents 2004-04-02
Sequence Design has announced four new patents that cover key analysis and optimization technology, according to the company. ?
Lucent's former chief scientist starts a venture fund 2004-03-15
India's icon picks up minority equity positions in U.S.-based telecom that outsource development to India to keep costs down. ?
Design house forays into short-range wireless 2003-07-15
Eazix Inc., the design arm of Integrated Microelectronics Inc. (IMI), is introducing its first line of products for the wireless market. ?
Augmenting Korea's non-memory semiconductor industry 2003-05-29
Professor Kyung Jong-Min, a pioneer in the development of Korea's non-memory technology, said that an engineering profession is an honest and dignified livelihood. ?
Stan Shih to drive Taiwan's industry by cultivating talents 2003-02-14
Acer Foundation has announced a strategic alliance in Taiwan to cultivate world-class talents in analog and mixed-signal circuit designs, with an emphasis on SoC designs. ?
Anritsu, Flextronics partners for ATE solutions 2002-09-30
Anritsu Corp. has partnered with Flextronics Test to codevelop integrated test solutions utilizing Anritsu's test instrumentation and Flextronic's test software and application programs. ?
Nortel to deploy RPR in China wireless network 2002-09-06
China Mobile will deploy Resilient Packet Ring networks to connect Hangzhou with 11 regional cities and within the metropolitan region of Shanghai. ?
Papers reveal Synopsys, Cadence research projects 2002-06-28
Innovation is alive and well as Synopsys Inc. is moving ahead in formal verification, test and synthesis, and Cadence Design Systems Inc. is breaking new ground in timing analysis, asynchronous design and model reduction. ?
U.S. Government IP hearings to cover chip, software patents 2002-02-26
Government regulators will hold four days of public hearings next week at the University of California, Berkeley, on a range of IP issues, including hardware, software, and semiconductor patents. ?


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