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By contrast, DRAMs now constitute a much smaller portion of overall chip sales due to plunging prices, and in 2001 will only reflect foundry sales to Elpida Memory Inc., the new Hitachi-NEC DRAM joint venture. Elpida originally projected a 50% sales increase, to $2.7 billion, in the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2001-more than the combined DRAM sales of Hitachi and NEC in the prior year. However, the collapse of DRAM prices might reduce that projection, said Tokumasa Yasui, Elpida's executive vice president. It's hard to know what DRAM pricing will be this year,” he said.

Brazil is often called the China of Latin America” due to its low labor costs. And because of that, increasing numbers of CEMs are calling Brazil home, including Pemstar Inc., the latest contractor to set up shop there.

Students go Googly for top engineering employers China’s social media:’Warp speed, Mr. Sulu!

Growth in basic oscillators and crystals will be lower than the complex oscillators due to both a higher existing sales base and a lower growth in traditional applications such as PCs and peripherals.

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Brazil is often called the China of Latin America” due to its low labor costs. And because of that, increasing numbers of CEMs are calling Brazil home, including Pemstar Inc., the latest contractor to set up shop there.

Students go Googly for top engineering employers China’s social media:’Warp speed, Mr. Sulu!

Growth in basic oscillators and crystals will be lower than the complex oscillators due to both a higher existing sales base and a lower growth in traditional applications such as PCs and peripherals.

Toshiba is also saying it can provide non-standard postprocessing options including through-silicon-vias, optical films and above-die microlenses. This extensive More-than-Moore foundry service includes wafer probing and light/dark testing in Toshiba's fab in Iwate, Japan.

GR: We started with the idea in mind that all platforms need tools. When Exodus entered the web market, there was already a very powerful, robust market in place there. But we're entering our market way ahead of the curve, and we knew we couldn't just build an infrastructure and expect things to happen around it. We knew we had to take that next step to help people who were already web developers be able to develop in this space, as well. Our whole basis for forming the company is that the creation of phone-based applications is a nightmare and there are only maybe a few thousand developers out there qualified to do it, as opposed to, say, the million web developers. Deployment of those applications is an even worse nightmare. With deployment of data, if you need something from Exodus, it's up more or less immediately. It would never occur to you today that if you want to put up a corporate website you have to call six weeks in advance to have lines brought in, but that's how the phone system continues to work. So that was what our network was intended to address, but just the same we feel it is necessary to offer tools, tutorials, and information, so that those million web developers will understand that using what they already know, primarily XML, they can extend what they do with the web to a telephony platform.

LOS ANGELES — PhatNoise Inc. has licensed the reference design for its Mach MP3 Jukebox, an in-car audio jukebox system, to Visteon Corp. (Dearborn, Mich.), the world's largest manufacturer of car stereos. The system will let consumers store and play up to 30 gigabytes — about 4,000 tracks — of digital audio in either the MP3 or Microsoft Windows Media Audio format. Visteon will begin selling the systems in the car stereo aftermarket in the third quarter.

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Students go Googly for top engineering employers China’s social media:’Warp speed, Mr. Sulu!

Growth in basic oscillators and crystals will be lower than the complex oscillators due to both a higher existing sales base and a lower growth in traditional applications such as PCs and peripherals.

Toshiba is also saying it can provide non-standard postprocessing options including through-silicon-vias, optical films and above-die microlenses. This extensive More-than-Moore foundry service includes wafer probing and light/dark testing in Toshiba's fab in Iwate, Japan.

GR: We started with the idea in mind that all platforms need tools. When Exodus entered the web market, there was already a very powerful, robust market in place there. But we're entering our market way ahead of the curve, and we knew we couldn't just build an infrastructure and expect things to happen around it. We knew we had to take that next step to help people who were already web developers be able to develop in this space, as well. Our whole basis for forming the company is that the creation of phone-based applications is a nightmare and there are only maybe a few thousand developers out there qualified to do it, as opposed to, say, the million web developers. Deployment of those applications is an even worse nightmare. With deployment of data, if you need something from Exodus, it's up more or less immediately. It would never occur to you today that if you want to put up a corporate website you have to call six weeks in advance to have lines brought in, but that's how the phone system continues to work. So that was what our network was intended to address, but just the same we feel it is necessary to offer tools, tutorials, and information, so that those million web developers will understand that using what they already know, primarily XML, they can extend what they do with the web to a telephony platform.

Growth in basic oscillators and crystals will be lower than the complex oscillators due to both a higher existing sales base and a lower growth in traditional applications such as PCs and peripherals.

Toshiba is also saying it can provide non-standard postprocessing options including through-silicon-vias, optical films and above-die microlenses. This extensive More-than-Moore foundry service includes wafer probing and light/dark testing in Toshiba's fab in Iwate, Japan.

GR: We started with the idea in mind that all platforms need tools. When Exodus entered the web market, there was already a very powerful, robust market in place there. But we're entering our market way ahead of the curve, and we knew we couldn't just build an infrastructure and expect things to happen around it. We knew we had to take that next step to help people who were already web developers be able to develop in this space, as well. Our whole basis for forming the company is that the creation of phone-based applications is a nightmare and there are only maybe a few thousand developers out there qualified to do it, as opposed to, say, the million web developers. Deployment of those applications is an even worse nightmare. With deployment of data, if you need something from Exodus, it's up more or less immediately. It would never occur to you today that if you want to put up a corporate website you have to call six weeks in advance to have lines brought in, but that's how the phone system continues to work. So that was what our network was intended to address, but just the same we feel it is necessary to offer tools, tutorials, and information, so that those million web developers will understand that using what they already know, primarily XML, they can extend what they do with the web to a telephony platform.

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Toshiba is also saying it can provide non-standard postprocessing options including through-silicon-vias, optical films and above-die microlenses. This extensive More-than-Moore foundry service includes wafer probing and light/dark testing in Toshiba's fab in Iwate, Japan.

GR: We started with the idea in mind that all platforms need tools. When Exodus entered the web market, there was already a very powerful, robust market in place there. But we're entering our market way ahead of the curve, and we knew we couldn't just build an infrastructure and expect things to happen around it. We knew we had to take that next step to help people who were already web developers be able to develop in this space, as well. Our whole basis for forming the company is that the creation of phone-based applications is a nightmare and there are only maybe a few thousand developers out there qualified to do it, as opposed to, say, the million web developers. Deployment of those applications is an even worse nightmare. With deployment of data, if you need something from Exodus, it's up more or less immediately. It would never occur to you today that if you want to put up a corporate website you have to call six weeks in advance to have lines brought in, but that's how the phone system continues to work. So that was what our network was intended to address, but just the same we feel it is necessary to offer tools, tutorials, and information, so that those million web developers will understand that using what they already know, primarily XML, they can extend what they do with the web to a telephony platform.

GR: We started with the idea in mind that all platforms need tools. When Exodus entered the web market, there was already a very powerful, robust market in place there. But we're entering our market way ahead of the curve, and we knew we couldn't just build an infrastructure and expect things to happen around it. We knew we had to take that next step to help people who were already web developers be able to develop in this space, as well. Our whole basis for forming the company is that the creation of phone-based applications is a nightmare and there are only maybe a few thousand developers out there qualified to do it, as opposed to, say, the million web developers. Deployment of those applications is an even worse nightmare. With deployment of data, if you need something from Exodus, it's up more or less immediately. It would never occur to you today that if you want to put up a corporate website you have to call six weeks in advance to have lines brought in, but that's how the phone system continues to work. So that was what our network was intended to address, but just the same we feel it is necessary to offer tools, tutorials, and information, so that those million web developers will understand that using what they already know, primarily XML, they can extend what they do with the web to a telephony platform.

LOS ANGELES — PhatNoise Inc. has licensed the reference design for its Mach MP3 Jukebox, an in-car audio jukebox system, to Visteon Corp. (Dearborn, Mich.), the world's largest manufacturer of car stereos. The system will let consumers store and play up to 30 gigabytes — about 4,000 tracks — of digital audio in either the MP3 or Microsoft Windows Media Audio format. Visteon will begin selling the systems in the car stereo aftermarket in the third quarter.

You are right, and integrating high-level synthesis with formal verification is the holy grail of high-level synthesis. It enables you to verify problems that you can’t possibly exercise using traditional verification methods. Trying to simulate sufficient numbers of lengths of tests at RTL is just not possible. That was one of the overriding reasons why we brought these technologies together into a single company.