Altran Magnetics, Inc.

With IPD and Melcher, Power-One has gained access to the European market; significantly broadened its presence in the DC/DC marketplace, both in high-density as well as high-reliability DC/DC converters; and laid the groundwork for establishing a manufacturing presence in Asia, Goldman said. Primarily as a result of these mergers, Power-One has expanded its product offering in the last six months from about 700 to more than 2,500 products. In addition, we have diversified our base of operations in key market segments such as telecom, datacom, transportation, and industrial markets, and opened up new cross-selling opportunities to a significantly larger customer base and gained access to new markets.” .

But times are very different now in the industry, Harris said. Now, we have established market share and established platforms. Customers aren't going to pull out our gear just because it takes a while for us to support a new feature. But there is intense price competition. We have the luxury of longer development times, but not the luxury of naming our own prices.”

Brian Sackett, strategic systems marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electronics (Sunnyvale, Calif.), said Mitsubishi recently developed new versions of its 16-bit MCUs that sell for about $3 each in large quantities. The newer parts have up to 48 kbytes of flash or ROM memory on board. In addition, Mitsubishi is adding remote-software erase and reprogramming capability to several of its 8-bit MCUs.

Gelsinger said Intel has no intention of backing off from its goal of introducing full-spec Rambus systems with a 133-MHz system bus, and will do so late in the third quarter.”

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But times are very different now in the industry, Harris said. Now, we have established market share and established platforms. Customers aren't going to pull out our gear just because it takes a while for us to support a new feature. But there is intense price competition. We have the luxury of longer development times, but not the luxury of naming our own prices.”

Brian Sackett, strategic systems marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electronics (Sunnyvale, Calif.), said Mitsubishi recently developed new versions of its 16-bit MCUs that sell for about $3 each in large quantities. The newer parts have up to 48 kbytes of flash or ROM memory on board. In addition, Mitsubishi is adding remote-software erase and reprogramming capability to several of its 8-bit MCUs.

Gelsinger said Intel has no intention of backing off from its goal of introducing full-spec Rambus systems with a 133-MHz system bus, and will do so late in the third quarter.”

The EP1100 and EP2500 are 5-V versions, and the EP1300 and EP2600 are 3.3-V versions. The metal and ceramic packages start at $3, with no minimum limit on quantities ordered.

SiGe solution The new transceiver chips-and interest in the 2.4-GHz ISM band in which HomeRF proposes to operate-were among the high points of the Wireless Symposium. Harris' Prism II chip set uses silicon germanium (SiGe) to bring the antenna-to-bits” solution from eight chips to four, said Chris Henningsen, director of marketing for communications products. Besides cutting the power consumption of an IEEE 802.11 transceiver in half, the bill of materials cost of a transceiver card drops to $70, Harris said.

This will drive the growth of CompactPCI for telecom,” said Turner. Our goal is to enable interoperability by allowing developers to share and evolve a common software code base.” This will reduce equipment vendors' time to market, he added.

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Brian Sackett, strategic systems marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electronics (Sunnyvale, Calif.), said Mitsubishi recently developed new versions of its 16-bit MCUs that sell for about $3 each in large quantities. The newer parts have up to 48 kbytes of flash or ROM memory on board. In addition, Mitsubishi is adding remote-software erase and reprogramming capability to several of its 8-bit MCUs.

Gelsinger said Intel has no intention of backing off from its goal of introducing full-spec Rambus systems with a 133-MHz system bus, and will do so late in the third quarter.”

The EP1100 and EP2500 are 5-V versions, and the EP1300 and EP2600 are 3.3-V versions. The metal and ceramic packages start at $3, with no minimum limit on quantities ordered.

SiGe solution The new transceiver chips-and interest in the 2.4-GHz ISM band in which HomeRF proposes to operate-were among the high points of the Wireless Symposium. Harris' Prism II chip set uses silicon germanium (SiGe) to bring the antenna-to-bits” solution from eight chips to four, said Chris Henningsen, director of marketing for communications products. Besides cutting the power consumption of an IEEE 802.11 transceiver in half, the bill of materials cost of a transceiver card drops to $70, Harris said.

Gelsinger said Intel has no intention of backing off from its goal of introducing full-spec Rambus systems with a 133-MHz system bus, and will do so late in the third quarter.”

The EP1100 and EP2500 are 5-V versions, and the EP1300 and EP2600 are 3.3-V versions. The metal and ceramic packages start at $3, with no minimum limit on quantities ordered.

SiGe solution The new transceiver chips-and interest in the 2.4-GHz ISM band in which HomeRF proposes to operate-were among the high points of the Wireless Symposium. Harris' Prism II chip set uses silicon germanium (SiGe) to bring the antenna-to-bits” solution from eight chips to four, said Chris Henningsen, director of marketing for communications products. Besides cutting the power consumption of an IEEE 802.11 transceiver in half, the bill of materials cost of a transceiver card drops to $70, Harris said.

testing transistors with a digital multimeter

The EP1100 and EP2500 are 5-V versions, and the EP1300 and EP2600 are 3.3-V versions. The metal and ceramic packages start at $3, with no minimum limit on quantities ordered.

SiGe solution The new transceiver chips-and interest in the 2.4-GHz ISM band in which HomeRF proposes to operate-were among the high points of the Wireless Symposium. Harris' Prism II chip set uses silicon germanium (SiGe) to bring the antenna-to-bits” solution from eight chips to four, said Chris Henningsen, director of marketing for communications products. Besides cutting the power consumption of an IEEE 802.11 transceiver in half, the bill of materials cost of a transceiver card drops to $70, Harris said.

SiGe solution The new transceiver chips-and interest in the 2.4-GHz ISM band in which HomeRF proposes to operate-were among the high points of the Wireless Symposium. Harris' Prism II chip set uses silicon germanium (SiGe) to bring the antenna-to-bits” solution from eight chips to four, said Chris Henningsen, director of marketing for communications products. Besides cutting the power consumption of an IEEE 802.11 transceiver in half, the bill of materials cost of a transceiver card drops to $70, Harris said.

This will drive the growth of CompactPCI for telecom,” said Turner. Our goal is to enable interoperability by allowing developers to share and evolve a common software code base.” This will reduce equipment vendors' time to market, he added.

The bottom line is, AVX has made changes that will enable it to reside on Arrow's linecard, said analyst Jerry H. Labowitz of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc., New York. Arrow used to be AVX's largest distributor until the two companies parted ways in 1997. However, Arrow's recent acquisition of Bell Industries' distribution unit has brought them together again.

At the time of the acquisition, Massimini and other analysts said they believed that the StrongARM was the most important asset Intel purchased.