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Freescale and IBM to Collaborate on Future Semiconductor Technologies

Freescale Semiconductor and IBM have announced that Freescale will join the IBM technology alliance for joint semiconductor research and development. The agreement includes Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) and Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technologies as well as advanced semiconductor research and design enablement transitioning at the 45-nanometer generation. Freescale is the...
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Agilent Gets IPTV Contract From Alcatel-Lucent

Company Picked For IPTV Test And Measurement Ecosystem
Alcatel-Lucent has selected Agilent as a formal test and measurement (T&M) partner for its IPTV ecosystem. The partnership will enable collaboration to ensure that new IP-based video deployments meet end-to-end service-quality expectations. Agilent test solutions provide a holistic approach to measuring and monitoring video service quality from R&D and...
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RF to Light Update - January 22, 2007

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ERNI Gets a New Moniker

ERNI Elektroapparate GmbH has changed its name to ERNI Electronics GmbH , thus affirming its global presence and product portfolio for the international market. Over 50 years ago the company began with the development and manufacture of relays and in 1967 entered the interconnect market with the development and...
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e2v Opens Hong Kong Office

e2v , a developer and manufacturer of high-technology electronic components and sub-systems, is expanding its sales and support offices with the opening of its new Asia Pacific office in Hong Kong. This new initiative recognizes the fact this region already supports significant sales for e2v, and has been identified...
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