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MiTAC Technology Chooses the Fujitsu WiMAX SoC to Design and Manufacture Cost-Efficient WiMAX Customer Premise Equipment
Washington, D.C. — Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) and MiTAC Technology Corporation (MTC) announced that MiTAC will use the Fujitsu WiMAX System-on-Chip (SoC) to develop and manufacture MiTAC's WiMAX Customer Premise Equipment (CPE). Fujitsu has shipped its WiMAX SoCs, the MB87M3400, to MiTAC to incorporate them into MiTAC's CPEs.
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Sharp to Mass Produce an LCD with Switchable Viewing Angle
Sharp Corporation and Sharp Laboratories of Europe, Ltd. have developed a new LCD which enables the LCD to be switched between a wide viewing angle and narrow viewing angle by means of an electrical ON/OFF switching action. This feature will allow users to view email and other private information in public on portable devices such as mobile phones and notebook PCs, yet prevents people nearby from seeing what is being displayed on the LCD screen. Sharp will begin mass production of this display beginning in July 2005.”
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LTC4065/A: Miniature 750mA Standalone Li-Ion Battery Chargers in 2mm x 2mm Package
MILPITAS, CA – Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC4065 and LTC4065A, tiny fully integrated standalone linear battery chargers that can charge a single-cell Li-Ion battery up to 750mA without overheating the device or surrounding components. These full-featured ICs offer timer termination, recharge, trickle charge, and C/10 detection and are housed in a miniature 6-lead 2mm x 2mm DFN package.
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Supervisory Board Confirms: Executive Committee Acted Correctly
Munich, Germany – Following the report by the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Infineon Technologies AG , Max Dietrich Kley, the Supervisory Board has found that the Executive Committee dealt with the case of Andreas von Zitzewitz in depth and correctly along the lines of good corporate governance. The Executive Committee was said to have immediately made the necessary investigations and to have arranged for the internal and external audit required. The Supervisory Board thereby endorses the resolution passed by the Investment, Financial and Audit Committee that the matter was duly attended to and the Executive Committee responsible for the matter cannot be reproached.
Leer la noticia completa Jueves, 28 Julio, 2005 - 05:20

Infineon Reorganizes Responsibilities Within the Management Board
Munich - Infineon Technologies AG today announced that the Supervisory Board has approved a reorganization of the responsibilities within the Management Board and the appointment of Prof. Dr. Hermann Eul. Kin Wah Loh, Management Board Member and until present responsible for the Communications Business Group, will assume responsibility for the Memory Products Business Group. Professor Eul, until present Group Vice President and General Manager of the Communications Business Group is appointed Deputy Management Board Member and in this capacity he will take over the responsibilities of Kin Wah Loh.
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VIA, Sun and iGoLogic Team Up for the JBox™ Embedded Java Developers Kit
Taipei, Taiwan - VIA Technologies, Inc. and iGoLogic, Inc announced the launch of the JBox™, an embedded x86 system based on the VIA EPIA M10000 mainboard for developing Java 2, Standard Edition (J2SE) embedded applications, at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco on 27 June 2005.
Leer la noticia completa Jueves, 28 Julio, 2005 - 10:08

IBM announces new CMOS image sensor foundry offering
IBM announced the availability of technology and manufacturing services for complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors for use in camera-phones, digital still cameras and other consumer products. The offering combines IBM's copper process technology with image sensor intellectual property licensed from Eastman Kodak Company to produce CMOS image sensors that can offer industry-leading image quality for high-volume consumer applications.
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Intel To Build New 300 mm Wafer Factory In Arizona
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Intel Corporation announced plans to build a new 300-mm wafer fabrication facility at its site in Chandler, Ariz. The new factory, designated Fab 32, will begin production of leading-edge microprocessors in the second half of 2007 on 45 nanometer process technology. Construction on the $3 billion project is set to begin immediately.
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Highest Linearity, Up- and Downconverting 815MHz to 1000MHz SiGe Mixer for 2.5G and 3G Base Stations
SUNNYVALE, CA-July 27, 2005-Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX2031, the industry's highest performance, fully integrated, 815MHz to 1000MHz SiGe passive mixer. This single IC provides 36dBm of IIP3, 27dBm of IP1dB, 7dB of noise figure, and a conversion loss of only 7dB. In addition, the MAX2031 exhibits excellent 2nd- and 3rd-order spurious suppression. Designed specifically for 2.5G/3G wireless-infrastructure applications, the MAX2031 delivers an unparalleled combination of linearity, noise performance, and component integration. The MAX2031 is ideal for 815MHz to 1000MHz WCDMA, GSM850/GSM900 EDGE, cdma2000—, and iDEN® base-station applications where high linearity and low noise figure are critical for enhanced receiver and transmitter performance. The device offers an exceptionally wide DC to 250MHz IF frequency range with a 960MHz to 1180MHz high-side LO injection range. LO frequencies of 325MHz to 850MHz are also supported by the MAX2029*, which has been optimized for low-side LO injection architectures.
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Analog Devices Unveils Low-Power, Transmit-Quality, High-Speed Digital-To-Analog Converters
Norwood, MA  - Analog Devices, Inc announced today the company has developed a low-power generation of its industry-leading TxDAC® transmit digital-to-analog converters (DACs). Optimized to the requirements of communications, industrial instrumentation and portable applications that require high-speed performance with the lowest power consumption, Analog Devices’ AD970x family reduces power dissipation by up to 70 percent over previous DAC offerings. As a transmit-quality converter, the AD970x family is ideal for applications that need to synthesize broadband signals efficiently—from handheld radios to portable instruments.
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