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Motorola's most successful competitor in the 8-bit OTP microcontroller market-Microchip Technology Inc.-said the company's decision to not introduce new OTP 8-bit devices is not surprising.

Daniel S. Hauer, director, sold 5,250 shares of common at $61.00 each and now directly holds 21,840 common. Cyrus Y. Tsul, chairman, exercised an option for 25,000 shares of common at $31.63 each and sold them between $60.28 and $63.00 each and now directly holds 330,312 common. Jonathan K. Yu, vice president, exercised an option for 12,500 shares of common at $18.88 each and sold 7,400 shares at $59.25 each and now directly holds 8,952 common. Kenneth K. Yu, vice president, exercised an option for 9,000 shares of common at $31.63 each and sold 24,936 shares between $60.92 and $61.19 each and now directly holds 8,000 common.

The company's efforts will include an intensified marketing effort, with a focus on promotion and on-line advertising. Moreover,” the CEO said, we intend to enhance the chip's continued leadership by regularly improving its performance and cost characteristics, as well as continually adding to its growing portfolio of compatible development tools and application software.”

Rambus will enter the memory market at the high end and work its way down, Mitchell said. The real benefit of Rambus is that it allows headroom for future applications and technology and eliminates the memory system as a potential bottleneck,” he said.

The trend for the next several years, both in applications such as industrial automation and in the home, will be to flatten” the network structure and to use as few technologies as possible, to lower the cost of purchase, maintenance and long-term ownership. Ethernet has finally become the one scalable network suitable for all levels of the enterprise and is the preferred gateway network into the wide area Internet. Convergence of networks will not come overnight and will occur piecemeal for existing operating plants, but new facilities can be expected to install Ethernet at all levels, except perhaps the lowest levels of the automation hierarchy, the sensor level.

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Daniel S. Hauer, director, sold 5,250 shares of common at $61.00 each and now directly holds 21,840 common. Cyrus Y. Tsul, chairman, exercised an option for 25,000 shares of common at $31.63 each and sold them between $60.28 and $63.00 each and now directly holds 330,312 common. Jonathan K. Yu, vice president, exercised an option for 12,500 shares of common at $18.88 each and sold 7,400 shares at $59.25 each and now directly holds 8,952 common. Kenneth K. Yu, vice president, exercised an option for 9,000 shares of common at $31.63 each and sold 24,936 shares between $60.92 and $61.19 each and now directly holds 8,000 common.

The company's efforts will include an intensified marketing effort, with a focus on promotion and on-line advertising. Moreover,” the CEO said, we intend to enhance the chip's continued leadership by regularly improving its performance and cost characteristics, as well as continually adding to its growing portfolio of compatible development tools and application software.”

Rambus will enter the memory market at the high end and work its way down, Mitchell said. The real benefit of Rambus is that it allows headroom for future applications and technology and eliminates the memory system as a potential bottleneck,” he said.

The trend for the next several years, both in applications such as industrial automation and in the home, will be to flatten” the network structure and to use as few technologies as possible, to lower the cost of purchase, maintenance and long-term ownership. Ethernet has finally become the one scalable network suitable for all levels of the enterprise and is the preferred gateway network into the wide area Internet. Convergence of networks will not come overnight and will occur piecemeal for existing operating plants, but new facilities can be expected to install Ethernet at all levels, except perhaps the lowest levels of the automation hierarchy, the sensor level.

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  • Meanwhile, Hyundai's semiconductor group is producing 64-megabit DRAMs at the rate of 45 million units a month, according to Tabrizi. The company has slowed down its ramp rate for128-Mbit SDRAMs because the same production line can make 64-Mbit SDRAMs more profitably,” he said.

    Demonstrated for the first time at the Embedded Systems Conference last week in San Jose, Calif., the PC-in-the-Loop environment from Mathworks Inc. (Natick, Mass.) allows control and DSP engineers to perform rapid prototyping and system-level testing of real-time embedded systems on a PC before target hardware is available.

    I'm not just talking about PCs, but other appliances such as cell phones, handheld devices, dedicated Web phones and network appliances,” he said.

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  • Demonstrated for the first time at the Embedded Systems Conference last week in San Jose, Calif., the PC-in-the-Loop environment from Mathworks Inc. (Natick, Mass.) allows control and DSP engineers to perform rapid prototyping and system-level testing of real-time embedded systems on a PC before target hardware is available.

    I'm not just talking about PCs, but other appliances such as cell phones, handheld devices, dedicated Web phones and network appliances,” he said.

    We have to work with GSM,” said Irwin Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm. We've been having such discussions. It's mainly a matter of intellectual property and timing rather than technology,” he said.

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  • I'm not just talking about PCs, but other appliances such as cell phones, handheld devices, dedicated Web phones and network appliances,” he said.

    We have to work with GSM,” said Irwin Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm. We've been having such discussions. It's mainly a matter of intellectual property and timing rather than technology,” he said.

    You could see the DRAM shortage coming,” said Bill McClean, an analyst at IC Insights Inc., Scottsdale, Ariz. Virtually [no] DRAM producer [has] added any new capacity for years. Eventually, the increase in chips coming from die shrinks would max out and continuing high demand would overtake a much slower increase in supply.”

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