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  • Fuji Develops Nano-Layer Technology for 3GB Storage Capacity on 3.5-In. FD

    November 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. (Fujifilm) has developed a nano-layer coating technology with dispersed nano-particles called Nano3 (Nano Cubic), a technology that can be used for a 3.5-in. floppy disk (FD) with a storage capacity of more than 3GB. From Japan

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  • Generic Media, PacketVideo Develop Video Distribution Technology for FOMA Phones

    November 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Generic Media Inc. and PacketVideo Corp., both based in the United States, said they have developed a live-video distribution system for NTT DoCoMo Inc.'s third-generation mobile communications service, FOMA, which was started in October 2001. From Japan

  • Toshiba to Launch Low-Priced Digital Camera with 2M Pixel CCD, 3x Optical Zoom

    November 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Toshiba Corp. will market in early December a new digital camera, the "Allegretto M25," which has a 3x optical zoom and a charge-coupled device of 2.16 million pixels. From Japan

  • Memory Chip Design Houses Cut Inventories to Weather Operational Adversity

    November 22, 2001 (TAIPEI) -- Even though Taiwan's IC design houses mostly focus on the research and development of niche products, which depreciate less than standard IDM company products, the dwindling demand for memory chips also has brought them mounting losses. From Taiwan

  • SII to Launch First HDD Protection System Using Hardware to Prevent Hacking

    November 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- To provide security against hacking for Web servers, Seiko Instruments Inc. developed a new hard disk drive protection system, the "Secure Disk Protection Ni-3100 Series." From Japan

  • Prices of 128Mb SDRAMs Continue to Rise

    November 22, 2001 (SEOUL) -- In a possible sign of recovery, prices of 128Mb SDRAMs have been rebounding strongly in recent trading. From Korea

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  • Japan Should Invest More, Says James Morgan, Chairman of Applied Materials

    November 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- It was more than 20 years ago when James Morgan, chairman of Applied Materials Inc., came to the company that was about to go bankrupt. He decided to put an emphasis on the equipment business, and came to Japan to learn from Japanese companies that were then leaders in the field.


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  • Chip Technology Adopted in Optical Switches

  • DDR DRAM Launched with MPU, Chipset

  • Digital Consumer Theme at IFA

  • Bluetooth Positioned for Wireless PAN

  • 2.4/5GHz Combo Chip Needed for Wireless LAN

  • CPU, DDR Topics at VIA Forum

  • [EDA Edge] Tragedy to Stimulate Design Starts?

  • ISE 4 Meets FPGA Design Challenges

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  • Competition Heats Up for Wireless Net Technologies From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • NTT Rings Up Big Losses, Cuts Jobs From SV.com
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  • NTT DoCoMo's FOMA Still Lacks Luster

    November 19, 2001 (TOKYO) -- NTT DoCoMo Inc. launched its third-generation commercial wireless communications service called FOMA on Oct. 1. However, it had to start the new service without international roaming, one of the main features of the service, and with higher-speed multimedia services available only in limited service areas. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Spot Prices Remain at Low Levels Worldwide

    November 21, 2001 (TOKYO) -- The rolling average price for the 30-day period ending Nov. 2 for 128Mb DRAMs for large-volume users fell below US$1.50 in Europe, and thus the prices across the globe were at low levels. From Japan

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  • Namo Interactive Takes Over PDA Software Firm Korea Times
  • High-End Chip Demand Up Taipei Times
  • Powerchip, Nanya Say They're Not in Any Merger Talks Taipei Times
  • Samsung Expects to Rank Its Brand with Best South China Morning Post
  • Smic Lifts Chip Output Despite Global Slump South China Morning Post
  • Nokia Sells 30 Pct. of China Plant South China Morning Post
  • Korea's ERP Market Reaches W272.6 Billion, KOSA Says Korea Herald
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