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Now, Intel is looking for new and better opportunities in the cell phone IC market, such as non-CDMA chip set lines,RISC-based controllers, flash memories, and other devices, according to Smith.

Via's Information PC Platform Initiative will help OEMs develop systems that bridge the gap between full-function PCs and low-cost information appliances, according to officials from the company, a supplier of microprocessors and chip sets.

It's ironic developers like MLB.com have to cover all the bases. This is the Web era of write once, run anywhere.

In 10,000-piece quantities, the SmartAMC chip set sell for $8 each.

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Via's Information PC Platform Initiative will help OEMs develop systems that bridge the gap between full-function PCs and low-cost information appliances, according to officials from the company, a supplier of microprocessors and chip sets.

It's ironic developers like MLB.com have to cover all the bases. This is the Web era of write once, run anywhere.

In 10,000-piece quantities, the SmartAMC chip set sell for $8 each.

Amkor believes the venture will further strengthen its presence in contract-chip and assembly markets, which totaled about $6.3 billion last year worldwide, based on estimates from Prismark Partners. The research firm believes the contract-chip assembly and testing services segment will grow to $16.3 billion in 2004. About 20 percent of today's chips are now assembled by third-party manufacturers — most of them in Asia — but that amount is expected to approach one-third of all semiconductors by the middle of this decade, according to market analysts.

With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the typhoon struck the southeast coast of Taiwan and worked its way northwest. Several people were killed and others were injured in the storm. Electrical power was out in southern regions of the island immediately after the storm. However, Taipei and Hsinchu, home of Taiwan's bustling semiconductor industry, suffered only sporadic power outages and were largely unaffected by the typhoon.

1.    The front end equipment industry will need to consolidate and gain some degree of leverage over the customer base. If this had been done four or five years ago, the industry would be ready to weather the potential upcoming storms. Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron should emerge as the leaders of this effort along with KLA Tencor in the wafer diagnostics space.

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It's ironic developers like MLB.com have to cover all the bases. This is the Web era of write once, run anywhere.

In 10,000-piece quantities, the SmartAMC chip set sell for $8 each.

Amkor believes the venture will further strengthen its presence in contract-chip and assembly markets, which totaled about $6.3 billion last year worldwide, based on estimates from Prismark Partners. The research firm believes the contract-chip assembly and testing services segment will grow to $16.3 billion in 2004. About 20 percent of today's chips are now assembled by third-party manufacturers — most of them in Asia — but that amount is expected to approach one-third of all semiconductors by the middle of this decade, according to market analysts.

With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the typhoon struck the southeast coast of Taiwan and worked its way northwest. Several people were killed and others were injured in the storm. Electrical power was out in southern regions of the island immediately after the storm. However, Taipei and Hsinchu, home of Taiwan's bustling semiconductor industry, suffered only sporadic power outages and were largely unaffected by the typhoon.

In 10,000-piece quantities, the SmartAMC chip set sell for $8 each.

Amkor believes the venture will further strengthen its presence in contract-chip and assembly markets, which totaled about $6.3 billion last year worldwide, based on estimates from Prismark Partners. The research firm believes the contract-chip assembly and testing services segment will grow to $16.3 billion in 2004. About 20 percent of today's chips are now assembled by third-party manufacturers — most of them in Asia — but that amount is expected to approach one-third of all semiconductors by the middle of this decade, according to market analysts.

With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the typhoon struck the southeast coast of Taiwan and worked its way northwest. Several people were killed and others were injured in the storm. Electrical power was out in southern regions of the island immediately after the storm. However, Taipei and Hsinchu, home of Taiwan's bustling semiconductor industry, suffered only sporadic power outages and were largely unaffected by the typhoon.

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Amkor believes the venture will further strengthen its presence in contract-chip and assembly markets, which totaled about $6.3 billion last year worldwide, based on estimates from Prismark Partners. The research firm believes the contract-chip assembly and testing services segment will grow to $16.3 billion in 2004. About 20 percent of today's chips are now assembled by third-party manufacturers — most of them in Asia — but that amount is expected to approach one-third of all semiconductors by the middle of this decade, according to market analysts.

With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the typhoon struck the southeast coast of Taiwan and worked its way northwest. Several people were killed and others were injured in the storm. Electrical power was out in southern regions of the island immediately after the storm. However, Taipei and Hsinchu, home of Taiwan's bustling semiconductor industry, suffered only sporadic power outages and were largely unaffected by the typhoon.

With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the typhoon struck the southeast coast of Taiwan and worked its way northwest. Several people were killed and others were injured in the storm. Electrical power was out in southern regions of the island immediately after the storm. However, Taipei and Hsinchu, home of Taiwan's bustling semiconductor industry, suffered only sporadic power outages and were largely unaffected by the typhoon.

1.    The front end equipment industry will need to consolidate and gain some degree of leverage over the customer base. If this had been done four or five years ago, the industry would be ready to weather the potential upcoming storms. Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron should emerge as the leaders of this effort along with KLA Tencor in the wafer diagnostics space.

Ozdalga said that the programmability feature allows manufacturers to change suppliers without incurring time and cost penalties for a redesign to account for EMI. In 1,000-piece quantities, the SM560 is priced at $1.95 and the SM561 sells for $2.15. Both come in 8-pin small-outline IC packages.

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