TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan's Via Technologies Inc. here today announced its fastest x86-based microprocessor to date–an 866-MHz chip based on 0.13-micron technology.

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Today, the United States was still attempting to cope on several fronts, including the ability to resume normal air flights.

SST is developing 16, 32, and 64Mbit devices for cell phone applications based on the 0.18-micron process. The devices will be introduced in the first half of next year.

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SST is developing 16, 32, and 64Mbit devices for cell phone applications based on the 0.18-micron process. The devices will be introduced in the first half of next year.

We will be adding a few select international flights to pick up some of the backlog,” he said. Operations into and out of the United States are expected to return to normal this weekend. We expect that by early next week that all backlog should be taken care of and that our flight system will be running at normal [levels].”

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We will be adding a few select international flights to pick up some of the backlog,” he said. Operations into and out of the United States are expected to return to normal this weekend. We expect that by early next week that all backlog should be taken care of and that our flight system will be running at normal [levels].”

In just the past two years, the number of such vulnerabilities affecting the government facilities sector alone has increased by 780%, according to the results of Claroty’s 2H2020 ICS Risk Report. Last year, a record number of critical and high-severity vulnerabilities were reported to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database.

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