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The next step will see the company develop proprietary tools based on industry standards. All products will enable engineers to increase design productivity through shortened design cycles as well as enhanced design security.

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The next step will see the company develop proprietary tools based on industry standards. All products will enable engineers to increase design productivity through shortened design cycles as well as enhanced design security.

Mountain View, CA–April 22, 1997–Trident Microsystems Inc. (Mountain View, CA) announced that the company's board of directors has authorized the company to repurchase, from time to time, at management's discretion, up to 600,000 shares of its own common stock for an aggregate price not exceeding $9 million at prevailing market prices over the next six months.

As of April 21, 1997, the company had 12,912,859 shares of common stock outstanding.

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Purchases will be made using the company's own cash resources. Shares repurchased will be held as stock until reissued. Shares may be reissued to employees pursuant to the company's stock option and stock purchase plans, or other benefit plans the company may adopt in the future or for other corporate purposes.

Trident Microsystems Mountain View, CA http://www.tridentmicro.com

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Ft. Collins, CO–April 17, 1997–Demonstrating a solution to reduce time to market with the IEEE-1394 standard interface, Symbios Logic Inc. (Ft. Collins, CO) presented its new ATA/ATAPI-to-1394 controller at the WinHEC '97 conference held in San Francisco, CA, April 8-10, 1997. The SYM13FW500 controller provides the immediate solution required for bi-directional, high-speed, serial data transfers between computers and peripheral devices. This low-cost, one-chip solution for digital interface with peripheral electronics was shown in cooperation with Harman International, a worldwide manufacturer of professional, OEM, and consumer audio/video products, utilizing Harman's new digital video disk (DVD) changer. Harman simplified its design and enabled device support as well as changer robotics control by adopting the SYM13FW500 interface controller.

WinHEC attendees at the Symbios Logic demonstrations observed first-hand the advantages offered by the SYM13FW500 controller–including a perfomance level rare in the industry. Unlike controllers that support PIO and DMA modes with a maximum speed of 16.7 Mbps, the SYM13FW500 controller provides more than a two-fold increase in perfomance by supporting Ultra DMA 33 at 33 MBps, as well as programmability to 50 MBps (400 Mbps). The SYM13FW500 controller also has a completely integrated Physical (PHY) layer and many other features not found in similar products.

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Another important advantage of the Symbios Logic controller is the flexible architecture, allowing for easy integration into existing solutions. The SYM13FW500 requires no external firmware or microcontroller for operation, and the controller includes the adaptablity required to provide a simple roadmap to native IEEE-1394 devices.

Symbios Logic's SYM13FW500 controller solution adopts the flexibility and plug and play” ease of use of the IEEE-1394 standard while leveraging current ATA/ATAPI economies of scale.

H.242 deals with call setup and disconnect (including adding and deleting channels during a call, and call transfers). Like the modem handshake, it determines the methods by which the two communicating CODECs tell each other what capabilities they have so that both sides will independently set themselves in the same mode. H.242 includes methods for connecting, disconnecting, and transferring calls, procedures for activating and deactivating data channels, mode initialization, dynamic mode switching, and operation of terminals in restricted networks.

H.243 (1992) defines a system for establishing communication between three or more audiovisual terminals using digital channels up to 2 Mbps.

Many vendors of H.320-compliant videoconferencing systems are moving to incorporate T.120 standards for data sharing.

Recommendation H.320, narrow-band visual telephone systems and terminal equipment, is a standard for switched digital networks. H.320 runs on connections made with 64 kbps B (bearer) channel, 16 kbps or 64 kbps D channels, and H channels, which can be configured to have 384, 1536, or 1920 kbps capacity.

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