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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 9
Publication Date:09/1/2007
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Fuel Cell Auto Sets Speed Record

Wendover, UT — It's long been a maxim of the automotive industry that racing cars often use innovative technology that later becomes mainstream for the consumer. And this appears to be the case with the Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) and its high-powered fuel-cell electric vehicle that recently set ...
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China Biggest RFID Market this Year

Cambridge, UK — This year, for the first time, China has become the world's largest market for RFID by value. According to a new report "RFID in China 2007-2017", China has become for the first time, the world's largest market for RFID by value. In 2007, the amount spent on RFID in East Asia will be $2.7 billion ...Read More
Boeing Bids on Next Gen GPS System

St. Louis, MO — The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) has submitted its proposal to the U.S. Air Force for the development and production of up to 12 Global Positioning System (GPS) III satellites. The enhanced orbiters will offer positioning service that is 10 times better than today's system as well as improved anti ...Read More
LCD Monitor Panel Shipments at Record Highs

Austin, TX — DisplaySearch has released its July LCD panel shipments results. Specifically, the firm said that LCD TV panel shipments hit an all-time high with 7.2 million units shipped, up 6 percent M/M and 72 percent Y/Y. In addition, notebook PC panel shipments increased 7 percent M/M and grew an impressive ...Read More
RIT & AmberWave Collaborate on New Semicon Research

Salem, NH — AmberWave Systems, along with Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), have been awarded a three-year research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The research grant will allow the two organizations to explore the integration of compound semiconductor devices on silicon using a technique ...Read More


 
 
Swissbit introduces 128 MB MMC

Bronschhofen, Switzerland – The race is on for the highest density SD memory cards. Consumer products with 512 GB can be purchased online, and even higher densities are coming to market. Swissbit is now pleased to announce the introduction of a brand new 128 MB Multimedia Card (MMC) named M-120 that extends the availability of low density products at the other end of the capacity scale. For Swissbit this is just another consistent step towards fulfilling its commitment for highest customer service.


AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA Appoints Kurt Tolliver as Vice President of Sales
MONROVIA, CA – AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA INC., a leading manufacturer of resistance welding, laser welding, marking, cutting, and micro machining equipment and systems, announces the appointment of Kurt A. Tolliver as Vice President, Sales. A 20-year veteran of AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA, Mr. Tolliver previously managed the company’s southern USA, Mexico, Central America, and European sales networks.    

SEMI-FlexTech Invites Proposals for Flexible Hybrid Electronics Advances
MILPITAS, CA – FlexTech, a SEMI Strategic Association Partner, is now soliciting proposals for projects that advance flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) for sensors, power and other key electronic components. SEMI-FlexTech plans to announce multiple awards to teams or organizations with research and development capability in the U.S.       
 
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