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  • Intel Shows Legend PC Equipped with 3GHz Pentium 4

  • April 19, 2002 (TOKYO) — Intel Corp. demonstrated a personal computer equipped with a Pentium 4 microprocessor running at 3GHz on April 17 at the Intel Developer Forum 2002 Spring Japan held in Chiba. From Japan

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  • NTT DoCoMo, Bouygues Telecom to Commercialize I-Mode in France

  • April 19, 2001 (TOKYO) — NTT DoCoMo Inc. came to an agreement on April 17 with French communications operator Bouygues Telecom SA under which DoCoMo will license and transfer i-mode-based browser phone service technology to the French operator, it was announced during a news conference in Tokyo. From Japan

  • UMC Plans to Tap Chipset Market Through Tie-Up with AMD

  • April 19, 2002 (TAIPEI) — United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) is deepening its cooperation with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), after they decided to jointly build a 12-inch wafer plant. From Taiwan

  • Matsushita Electric to Market VHS Video Deck with Built-in HDD

  • April 19, 2002 (TOKYO) — Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. announced that it will launch its first Hi-Fi VHS video deck called NV-HVH1 with a built-in HDD on June 1. From Japan

  • SK Telecom to Establish China Unit by June

  • April 19, 2002 (SEOUL) — SK Telecom Co., Ltd. Korea’s largest mobile operator, announced plans to establish a Chinese branch called SK Telecom China by June. From Korea

  • Sanyo to Offer 1/9-Inch CCD Unit for Low-Power Cell Phone

  • April 19, 2002 (TOKYO) — Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. announced a new 1/9-inch (2mm of diagonal) CCD camera chip unit developed for use in a camera attached to a mobile phone. From Japan

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  • ‘We Will be No. 1 with High-Valued Data Center Solution’: Exodus Communications KK CEO

  • April 18, 2002 (TOKYO) — Exodus Communications KK, a leading data center providing Net hosting services, is a Japanese subsidiary of U.S.-based Exodus Communications Inc. The new president was nominated in March as a result of UK-based Cable and Wireless Pls.’ acquisition of Exodus in the United States in February 2002. From Japan

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  • [China Special] Fairchild to Strengthen Footholds in China’s Power Market

  • [China Special] ST to Pursue Integrated Presence in China

  • [China Special] Tektronix Partners with China’s Research Institutes

  • [China Special] TI to Launch Third Design Center in China

  • Matsushita to Market 5-Mbit/s Broadband Tuner

  • SiGe Technology Breaks 200GHz Barrier

  • [Point-to-Point] Supernetworks: Feeling is Believing

  • Toshiba Focuses on Mobile Devices

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  • Nippon Electric to Make Glass for LCDs in Korea, Taiwan
  • From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • LG CNS to Set Up Joint Company in Tianjin
  • From Korea
  • UWB Demonstrated for First Time in Japan
  • From Japan
  • Dacom Bids for Powercomm
  • From Korea
  • Japan’s 2001 Cell Phone Sales Drop Year-on-Year for First Time: Gartner Japan
  • From Japan
  • Elitegroup Computer Expects to Earn More in 2002 Based on Higher Shipments
  • From Taiwan
  • Henan Economic Fair’s Turnout from Overseas Exceeds Expectations
  • From China
  • Gartner Sees Lukewarm Interest in Microsoft Passport Features
  • From Hong Kong
  • China Records 7.6 Pct. GDP Growth in First Quarter
  • From China
  • Samsung Electronics Q1 Net Up 53 Pct. Year-Over-Year
  • From SV.com
  • Japan’s NEC to Start LCD Joint Venture in China
  • From SV.com
  • Taiwan’s Benq Sees Net Profits Doubling in 2002
  • From SV.com
  • Shanghai Chipmaker Grows Away from Limelight
  • From SV.com
  • Wipro Q4 Results Seen Supported by Domestic Sales
  • From SV.com
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  • Japanese Makers Unveil Electric Appliances with Internet Links

  • April 15, 2002 (TOKYO) — Despite the slumping business in the consumer electronics sector caused by the recession in IT-related industries, Japanese makers have begun marketing home electric appliances with links to the Internet. From Japan

  • How to Make Use of Japanese Technology — Sharp Concentrates Resources on LCDs

  • April 15, 2002 (TOKYO) — At the end of October 2001, the stock market was bracing for Sharp Corp.’s midterm results for September 2001. The average price of liquid-crystal displays, Sharp’s mainstay product, had plunged by more than 30 percent in the past year, and most of its rival firms had turned into the red. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Price Trends of SDRs, DDRs Return to Normal

  • April 17, 2002 (TOKYO) — The spot prices of double data rate (DDR) DRAM microchips have overtaken those of single data rate (SDR) DRAMs. From Japan

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  • ROK Produces 47 Pct. of World’s DRAM Chips
  • Korea Times
  • Samsung Electronics Doubled 1st Quarter Profit to W1.8 Tril.
  • Korea Times
  • UMC Gets AMD Orders
  • Korea Times
  • Taiwan Fund Pulls Out of China Chip Plant
  • South China Morning Post
  • Korea’s MP3 Player Market Expanding
  • Korea Herald

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