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Despite the constant drumbeat of what almost looked like a national industrial policy to ditch the memory business and focus on SoCs, which has captivated Japan since the late 90's, no Japanese company has genuinely succeeded in the SoC business in ways that matter to the global market.

After demonstrating its 256Kbit magnetic memory (MRAM), Motorola Semiconductor has claimed that it will be possible to move the technology into system-on-chip (SoC) designs within three years.

The upgraded PCB series includes enhancements to Allegrolayout, Specctra autorouter, Concept HDL schematic,SpecctraQuest Signal Integrity (SI) Expert, and the company's PCB library management system.

Naturally, Karamchedu has analyzed the lessons he learned, reducing his insights to the comprehensive list of disconnects” laid out in his book.   But during the interview, he highlighted the following five points–as something that either caught him by surprise, or what he saw his team struggling with at the U.S.-China chip company.   1.     Never underestimate the political environment   To read the political environment correctly is a serious challenge–both in China and the United States. While many EE Times readers often advise us to keep politics out of stories, the consequences of not knowing how politics works in a certain region (or being clueless about who is favoring whom in that region due to which reasons) are dire.

Fifth, industry and government should work together to improve the security and authentication of semiconductor products.

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After demonstrating its 256Kbit magnetic memory (MRAM), Motorola Semiconductor has claimed that it will be possible to move the technology into system-on-chip (SoC) designs within three years.

The upgraded PCB series includes enhancements to Allegrolayout, Specctra autorouter, Concept HDL schematic,SpecctraQuest Signal Integrity (SI) Expert, and the company's PCB library management system.

Naturally, Karamchedu has analyzed the lessons he learned, reducing his insights to the comprehensive list of disconnects” laid out in his book.   But during the interview, he highlighted the following five points–as something that either caught him by surprise, or what he saw his team struggling with at the U.S.-China chip company.   1.     Never underestimate the political environment   To read the political environment correctly is a serious challenge–both in China and the United States. While many EE Times readers often advise us to keep politics out of stories, the consequences of not knowing how politics works in a certain region (or being clueless about who is favoring whom in that region due to which reasons) are dire.

Fifth, industry and government should work together to improve the security and authentication of semiconductor products.

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  • TOKYO–The merger of two ailing semiconductor businesses at Fujitsu and Panasonic, reported but not confirmed last week, will be a nonstarter. It will neither save Japan’s semiconductor industry nor improve Japan’s standing in system-on-chips (SoCs), which outside of Japan is virtually nil.

    Here's a link to the Global Innovation Barometer. It's a fascinating, massive amount of data. I'll post country-by-country take-outs in the coming days and weeks as part of our coverage of this on Drive for Innovation.

    The competition is coming more from the Intel Xeon parts than the other RISC parts, or even the Itanium,” he said.

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  • Here's a link to the Global Innovation Barometer. It's a fascinating, massive amount of data. I'll post country-by-country take-outs in the coming days and weeks as part of our coverage of this on Drive for Innovation.

    The competition is coming more from the Intel Xeon parts than the other RISC parts, or even the Itanium,” he said.

    Our logo was on the parts, but they weren't Linear's products,” said Robert Dobkin, the company's vice president of engineering and chief technology officer. The products listed on the carton were totally different from the contents.”

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  • The competition is coming more from the Intel Xeon parts than the other RISC parts, or even the Itanium,” he said.

    Our logo was on the parts, but they weren't Linear's products,” said Robert Dobkin, the company's vice president of engineering and chief technology officer. The products listed on the carton were totally different from the contents.”

    The cellular phone business represents a major chunk of Intel's flash-memory business. Intel projects the market will grow from 400 million handsets in 2000 to 500 million to 550 million units in 2001.

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