Week 12 December - 18 December 2004

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Fibre Channel connectors send and receive in one

New from Sabritec is the Fibre Channel Modular Block Connector Series.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Sabritec, 17 December 2004

Nonvolatile memory uses technology from hard disks

Renesas Technology has developed a high-speed, high-reliability MRAM (magnetoresistive random access memory) technology for SoC use.

News from Renesas Technology Europe, 17 December 2004

Powerful fans tackle demanding applications

The Power Motor range of fans is new from Sunon for demanding applications.

News from Sunon, 17 December 2004

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Novel design boosts AC fan efficiency

The compact and efficient MagLev AC motor fan is an ideal solution for AC fan applications.

News from Sunon, 17 December 2004

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Larger FIFO offers easy upgrade path

Integrated Device Technology has released the industry's first 18Mbit TeraSync FIFO device.

News from IDT, 17 December 2004

Cards are just the ticket for German footie fans

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FC Cologne has implemented a multifunction contactless ticketing solution based on Philips Mifare DESFire chip technology.

News from Philips Semiconductors, 17 December 2004

Mainboard embeds smart digital entertainment

The LV-667 is an advanced digital media Mini-ITX mainboard, designed for embedding into smart digital entertainment devices such as PVRs, set top boxes, gaming machine, kiosks and media centres

News from Commell, 17 December 2004

Convertor aids card reader integration

The CVX-1200 MultiBender is a data convertor for card access control systems.

News from Cypress Computer Systems, 17 December 2004

MCUs cut down on memory to save costs

A new series of small memory devices are particularly suitable for designing into low cost, general purpose 8bit microcontroller applications.

News from Zilog, 17 December 2004

Interface software goes both ways for global use

Espial, the leading provider of software for set-top boxes and mobile handsets, today announced the capabilities of right-to-left (RTL) rendering of content for consumer electronics devices.

News from Espial Group, 17 December 2004

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