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Ethernet makes way from home to car

The need for faster networking among automotive components has led companies such as Micrel and Marvell to develop Ethernet solutions capable of operating in the automotive environment.

By October 11, 2012

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Week ahead: Server sound-off

The tech focus is on servers this week, as Microsoft finally releases its oft-delayed and renamed Windows Server 2003. Also, earnings action continues.

By April 20, 2003

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Week ahead: Server sound-off

The tech focus is on servers this week, as Microsoft finally releases its oft-delayed and renamed Windows Server 2003. Also, earnings action continues.

By April 18, 2003

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Week ahead: A good face

Last week's financial disappointments will hopefully give way to some joy as major media and communications companies report earnings.

By October 20, 2002

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Week ahead: A good face

Last week's financial disappointments will hopefully give way to some joy as major media and communications companies report earnings.

By October 18, 2002

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Short Take: Micrel buys Altos Semiconductor

Micrel agreed to acquire Altos Semiconductor, a maker of temperature sensing products used in computers, in a cash deal. Micrel paid $1.8 million for the firm, buying its outstanding shares. "As form factors shrink and performance improvements out-pace power reduction techniques, system temperatures are rising ever higher. Our nascent line of sensors and system management ICs will provide simple solutions to this increasingly prevalent system design issue," Micrel CEO Ray Zinn said in a statement.

December 17, 1999

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Chase H&Q tech conference schedule

This is the complete schedule of companies that will be making presentations this week at the 28th annual Chase H&Q Technology Conference. (All times Pacific.)

By May 4, 2000