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Celestica to collaborate with Potentia on power management

June 7, 2004 by Staff
TORONTO and OTTAWA - Contract manufacturer Celestica Inc. announced it will collaborate with Potentia Semiconductor, a power management company, to jointly market products and offer power system solutions.
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Power Supplies Evaluate Battery Power Management Systems

June 7, 2004 by Staff
Figure 1: Power management system functional block diagram. Today’s power management systems utilized in new mobile phones and laptops incorporate unprecedented levels of capabilities. A bewildering array of implementations is available, ranging from ICs partitioned into discrete functional blocks, to…
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SEM lectronique implements ERP system

June 7, 2004 by Staff
ST. NICOLAS, Que. – Celebrating its 20th anniversary, SEM lectronique and its partners have implemented an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
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Purchasing plan for pre-owned Agilent T&M

June 7, 2004 by Staff
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced a purchasing program for pre-owned test instruments.
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Embedded conference reflects industry optimism

June 7, 2004 by Staff
Record numbers turned out for this year’s Embedded Systems and ElectronicaUSA conference reflecting optimism for growth in the electronics industry.
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RCD key supplier to NATO defence contractors

June 7, 2004 by Staff
Military-grade parts are processed through MIL Group A screening.MANCHESTER, N.H. - RCD Components Inc., a leading manufacturer of passive components, has attained approval to supply seven defence drawings for high pulse voltage resistors.
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E-T-A wins Lockheed Martin supplier award

June 7, 2004 by Staff
E-T-A Circuit Breakers receives highest honour 'Star Supplier' award from Lockheed Martin.CHICAGO, Ill. - Lockheed Martin has presented the 'Corporate Star Supplier' award to E-T-A Circuit Breakers, for commitment to quality, reliability and customer service.
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PUD Series connectors

May 17, 2004 by Staff
JST Corporation has released the PUD series connector. The connector uses a two-millimeter pitch, double-row crimp style, secure positive locking feature and keyed housing receptacles. Variations include a top entry header in eight to 40 circuits, an optional PCB locating boss and four colour options.
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Semiconductor market declines less than expected, Samsung shines in 2009

November 29, 1999 by Staff
El Segundo, Calif., November 23, 2009-Although the global semiconductor industry has little to cheer about in 2009, with revenue dropping by 12.4 percent and only one of the Top-10 suppliers achieving growth for the year, there is one source of…