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GeneSiC Semiconductor

Marketing Executive

You can say that the reasoning was that the quarter was already blown, so they might as well take all the expenses,” said Scott Randall, analyst at SoundView Technology Group, Stamford, Conn.

A broad-based industry-standards group is quietly releasing the first details of a double-data-rate SDRAM follow-on specification, expected to run two to three times faster than today's highest-speed DRAM.

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NetBurner, Inc.

Online Advertising Manager

A broad-based industry-standards group is quietly releasing the first details of a double-data-rate SDRAM follow-on specification, expected to run two to three times faster than today's highest-speed DRAM.

3M is pushing the VF-45 as a solution for all segments of the network. What we see is one footprint that would apply for campus, riser backbone all the way to horizontal,” Pulido said.

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Bel Fuse, Inc.

Web Application Project Manager

3M is pushing the VF-45 as a solution for all segments of the network. What we see is one footprint that would apply for campus, riser backbone all the way to horizontal,” Pulido said.

MPEG-4 is a high-compression format that uses low-bit rates. It will be voted on as an ISO standard in mid-1999.

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Insignis Technology Corporation

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Linx Technologies

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MPEG-4 is a high-compression format that uses low-bit rates. It will be voted on as an ISO standard in mid-1999.

Next-generation wireless technologies will make FPSCs even more valuable. Although certain enabling technologies are available today, FPSCs will be the best way to bring such applications as T1/E1 into the next generation. T1/E1 lines are used widely throughout the networking world today because they are relatively inexpensive and easy to access. It is expected that these lines will continue to be used extensively in next-generation wireless applications. So, as wireless service providers move closer to third-generation implementation, they will want to reuse the T1/E1 investment they have already made while providing more bandwidth for expanded data needs.

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