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  • IBM Japan Offers Software to Remote-Control PCs Using Mobile Phones


  • June 7, 2002 (TOKYO) — IBM Japan Ltd. launched on May 27 a server software product called “Desktop On-Call Gateway Version 1.0” for remote control of PCs on networks using mobile phones. From Japan

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  • BREW Will Win, Says Venture Capitalist Alsop


  • June 7, 2002 (SAN DIEGO, Calif.) — New Enterprise Associates General Partner Stewart Alsop, a venture capitalist, on June 5 delivered the keynote speech to open the final day of the BREW 2002 Developers Conference. From Japan

  • Verizon Wireless to Start BREW Service in U.S. Market


  • June 7, 2002 (SAN DIEGO, Calif.) — Verizon Wireless Inc., a major U.S. mobile communications service provider, announced at the BREW 2002 conference that it would start the BREW service from June 18. From Japan

  • [Computex Taipei] Benq Exhibits LCD TV, Plasma TV, Other Products


  • June 7, 2002 (TAIPEI) — Benq Corp. is exhibiting liquid crystal display (LCD) televisions, LCDs for computers, plasma televisions, DLP projectors and many other products at Computex Taipei 2002. From Japan

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  • Citrix Teams with DDI Pocket to Introduce MetaFrame for Mobile Products


  • June 7, 2002 (TOKYO) — Citrix Systems Japan KK and DDI Pocket Inc. decided to team up to sell combined products of MetaFrame and AirH”, products of the respective companies. From Japan

  • Korean Gov’t Hopes to Restart Talks Between Hynix, Micron


  • June 7, 2002 (SEOUL) — The government has no alternative plans for Hynix Semiconductor Inc. except to sell the chipmaker to an overseas buyer, and is confident that Micron Technologies Inc. still has interest in taking over Hynix. From Korea

  • Advent Networks, Mitsubishi Announce HFC Ultraband System Trial in Japan


  • June 7, 2002 (TOKYO) — Advent Networks of the United States and Mitsubishi Corp., the exclusive distributor of Advent’s Ultraband system in Japan, announced on June 5 that a Japanese cable operator will deploy the Ultraband system in its network. From Japan

  • First Online Technology Market to Open in China


  • June 7, 2002 (BEIJING) — The first online technology market will be opened in China, providing a virtual trade platform for universities, research institutes and enterprises. From China

  • China Replaces Taiwan as World’s Largest IT Production Center


  • June 7, 2002 (TAIPEI) — A report released by the Institute for Information Industry (III), a non-profit information industry development and promotion institution, said that the information technology product capacities between Taiwan and China are widening. From Taiwan

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  • Texas Instruments Japan Reveals Strategy for Digital Appliances


  • June 6, 2002 (TOKYO) — Advancing from the mobile phone market to digital consumer appliances, Texas Instruments Japan Ltd. (TI Japan) is deploying its digital signal processors (DSPs) to a wider array of application fields. From Japan



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  • [Cover Story] OFDM Spreads to Broadband Communication


  • National, Vitesse to Develop Gbit Ethernet Solutions


  • Inmarsat Delivers Internet Services to Air Passengers


  • TI, IDT, Hitachi Introduce New QFN Packaging


  • Mobile Pentium 4 Boosts Performance of Laptops


  • Xilinx Unveils Open Protocol Initiative


  • RSA Security Certifies Software for RSA SecurID


  • MoSys Licenses 1T-SRAM Technology to Philips


  • SOMA Networks Partners with France Telecom


  • Motorola, Siemens Join Forces on UMTS Terminals


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  • Nintendo Hopes To Ship 50 Mln. GameCubes By End Of FY04: Iwata
  • From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • China’s Foreign Trade Faces More Challenges After WTO Entry
  • From China
  • In India’s Silicon Valley, War Tensions Making Themselves Felt
  • From SV.com
  • Sony Says Sales and Forecast Look Good
  • From SV.com
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  • ‘Mobile Video’ Changing Industry Outlook


  • June 3, 2002 (TOKYO) — A new type of video medium has arrived on the scene. “Mobile video” services — those designed for mobile phones and other portable devices like personal digital assistants (PDAs), and which allow users to both watch and record/distribute video data — are set to change the face of the “video” industry. From Japan

  • Nanya, Infineon Collaborate; Taiwan’s DRAM Sector Undergoes Reorganization


  • June 3, 2002 (TOKYO) — Nanya Technology Corp., Taiwan’s largest DRAM microchip maker, and Infineon Technologies AG of Germany announced a tie-up in DRAM operations. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Contract User Prices Keep Declining; North American Avg. Drops 7.83 Pct.


  • June 5, 2002 (TOKYO) — Both large-volume user prices and spot prices for DRAMs are on a downward trend. From Japan

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  • Global Chip Market to Grow 3 Pct. This Year
  • Digital Chosun
  • DPM Hints Hynix-Micron Talks Could be Revived
  • Digital Chosun
  • ROK Captures 38 Pct. of Global LCD Market
  • Korea Times
  • Benq Tunes in to LCD TV Market
  • Taipei Times
  • Chipmakers Drop on Price Concerns
  • Taipei Times


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