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Torrance, Calif. – Sankosha Corp. introduced a gas tube that's said to meet both Underwriter Laboratories (UL) and Germany's Verband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik (VDE) line-to-ground isolation requirements.

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Torrance, Calif. – Sankosha Corp. introduced a gas tube that's said to meet both Underwriter Laboratories (UL) and Germany's Verband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik (VDE) line-to-ground isolation requirements.

For the six-month period, Tioga reported a net loss of $14.8 million on sales of $799,000. This compares to a net loss of $47.0 million on sales of $3.4 million a year ago.

The company blamed the results on its new product focus. In the past, Tioga sold chip-level products for ADSL and SDSL applications. Now, it is focusing more on obtaining royalties from its chip products from OEMs.

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As we have previously announced, Tioga's revenues have been reduced as a result of the transition from product revenues to royalty revenues,” said Douglas Goodyear, president and CEO of Tioga.

SAN JOSE –The U.S.-based subsidiary of Hynix Semiconductor Inc. claimed the Korean company shipped 1.7 million double data rate (DDR) synchronous DRAMs with 128-megabit chip densities in July. According to Hynix, the shipments accounted for 45% of the global DDR memory market in July.

DDR synchronous DRAMs now typically have a price tag that's 20% higher than existing SDRAMs with the same densities, according to Hynix, which was previously called Hyundai Electronics Industries. The Ichon, Korea-based company predicted that its DDR shipments will exceed 3 million units in August.

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Hynix is an advocate of DDR as the next-generation wideband memory format for computers vs. the competing Rambus Inc. architecture. The Korean memory merchant claims that Rambus DRAMs have only found acceptance in high-end computer applications, based on Intel Corp.'s P4 processor and associated chip sets. Hynix said it is working closely with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Via Technologies Inc. to support processor platforms for new PCs, mobile computers, and graphics applications.

By migrating its ferroelectric RAM to a 0.35-micron production process, Fujitsu Ltd. may finally enable the technology to compete seriously with flash memory, EEPROM, and other mainstream memories, according to analysts.

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A promising technique that has failed to live up to expectations for the better part of two decades, FRAM's claim to fame has always been its potential to deliver high speeds and low power consumption in a relatively small die for applications requiring nonvolatile storage.

This is the beginning of what [FRAM developers] have been dreaming about for 20 years-taking over some DRAM and SRAM functionality and staying with the beauty of nonvolatile memory,” said Alan Niebel, an analyst at Web-Feet Research Inc., Monterey, Calif. Whether they'll be able to scale to higher densities and bring it into full commercial production has been and may continue to be one of the major hurdles.”

Nothing remains the same for long in digital cellular and wireless communications, especially as coverage boundaries expand. With the recent spate of service expansion, and acquisitions and mergers of wireless cellular operators, there has been a sudden resurgence in the concept of the world phone – one that transcends technological boundaries that stopped older generations of wireless phones from operating across a wide geographic range.

As there are some 450 million subscribers worldwide using global system for mobile communications (GSM) technology, you can count on that technology to be the cornerstone of any world phone” development. Accordingly, the GAIT (GSM — ANSI-136 interoperability team) phone features GSM as part of its core technology, along with ANSI-136 or TDMA technology.

In the US there are significant driving factors that are pushing the development of GAIT mobiles. These operators either own or are moving to GSM technology and want to promote the ability to use one mobile on both GSM and TDMA networks while also allowing for overseas roaming.

So what is GAIT phase one? It is the integration of both TDMA and GSM voice and data technology into one handset with the ability to select and operate on either a TDMA or GSM network. With TDMA capabilities will also come the ability to roam on AMPS networks, since this is an integral part of the ANSI-136 feature set.

The GAIT technology is being developed by the GSM ANSI-136 interoperability team headed by Cameron Coursey of Cingular. This group operates under the banner of the TDMA users group known as the Universal Wireless Communications Consortium and the GSM Global Roaming Forum.


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