Week 18 July - 24 July 2004

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Agere returns to profit - for now

Agere Systems has reported that revenues for the third quarter of fiscal 2004, ended 30th June, were $495 million, up 9% over the year-ago quarter, and 7% sequentially.

News from Agere Systems, 23 July 2004

MMICs packaged for surface-mount production

The AMMP series of millimetre-wave integrated circuits is packaged in an innovative 5 x 5mm low-cost surface-mount package compatible with automated assembly techniques.

News from Agilent Technologies, 23 July 2004

Cores to gain optimised video compression software

ARC International and On2 Technologies, The Duck Corporation, are working to provide video codecs optimised for ARC processor cores.

News from ARC International, 23 July 2004

Cetecom Spain goes its own way

RWTUV has parted with its minority holding in Cetecom Spain.

News from Cetecom Spain, 23 July 2004

Focused approach pays off in revenue growth

Dialog Semiconductor has reported sales of Eur 30.4 million for the second quarter of 2004, a 32% sequential increase over Eur 23.0 million for Q1 2004, and a 44% growth compared with Q2 of 2003.

News from Dialog Semiconductor, 23 July 2004

Tougher touch screen takes the knocks

A new touch screen is billed as ideal for use in bank cash points, public kiosks or other applications where the interface has to withstand excessive use and possible surface damage.

News from Danielson, 23 July 2004

Amp cuts current drain from TFT LCDs

The EL5027 isnew low-cost dual buffer amplifier that brings high performance and lower power consumption in thin-film transistor liquid-crystal displays (TFT-LCDs) for portable devices.

News from Intersil, 23 July 2004

Zarlink on track for growing profits

Zarlink Semiconductor has released results for the fiscal 2005 first quarter ended 25th June 2004, prepared in accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

News from Zarlink Semiconductor, 23 July 2004

CDT merges with Belden

A wholly owned subsidiary of Cable Design Technologies Corp has merged with and into Belden.

News from Belden CDT, 23 July 2004

Monte Carlo models improve mixed-signal design

PolarFab has introduced Monte Carlo mismatch models that improve design support for the company's PBC4 BCD/BiCMOS process.

News from PolarFab, 23 July 2004

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