News – 2007.01.24 – Early Edition

  • Analog Devices Amplifiers Simplify Industrial, Instrumentation Control
    Analog Devices Inc. (NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications and market leader in amplifier ICs, continued its long history of meeting the design needs of industrial and instrumentation equipment customers with the introduction of a zero-drift, programmable-gain instrumentation amplifier (in-amp). Zero-drift in-amps are often used in harsh industrial environments such as power plants to cancel, or reject, large common-mode voltages that would otherwise drown out smaller system-critical signals.
  • SanDisk to Launch 56nm, 16Gigabit NAND Flash Memory with Toshiba
    SanDisk Corporation(R) (NASDAQ:SNDK) announced that it expects to see the launch of the next generation of NAND flash memory this quarter as it begins the transition from 70 nanometer (nm) to 56nm multi-level cell (MLC) flash memory chips at Fab 3, the 300mm wafer fabrication facility that is located at Toshiba’s Yokkaichi Operations near Nagoya, Japan. In the first half of this year, SanDisk intends to start shipping products with the industry’s highest available density of single-chip MLC NAND flash memory.
  • OpenClovis Sees Revenues Grow by Over 200% in 2006
    OpenClovis, Inc., provider of the premier open source, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) application service platform for the telecommunications industry, announced that the company ended calendar year 2006 on a triumphant note with more than 200 percent revenue growth over the previous year.
  • Nexthop WLAN Controller to Integrate with Critical Links VoIP edgeBOX
    Critical Links, an international networking technology company, and NextHop Technologies, a leading provider of WiFi control and management software, announced a sales, marketing and joint development partnership for integrating their industry leading products into a single, turnkey solution.
  • Matrox Graphics Introduces Extio F1220 Remote Graphics Units
    Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, announces the Extio(TM) F1220, the latest addition to the Extio series of Remote Graphics Units (RGUs). The Extio F1220 enables the extension of one or two displays, audio, two IEEE 1394 FireWire ports, and up to six USB devices, such as keyboard and mouse, by up to 820 feet (250 meters). By separating the computer from the monitors and user-interface, the Extio series of products helps address issues such as security, heat, noise, system maintenance and support in high-reliability computing environments.
  • Macraigor Provides Eclipse Integration for GNU Embedded Development
    Macraigor Systems announced the immediate availability of a free Eclipse-compliant embedded debugging solution with sample Eclipse projects that run on many standard evaluation boards. This provides embedded systems engineers with an integrated platform for developing and debugging embedded systems using the widely supported Eclipse platform.
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