GPS Chip Production Collaboration

The companies predict a market for the chip in PDAs and smartphones, as well as other handheld and mobile applications, according to Frank Gruson, GPS product line manager at Amtel. They stress the power consumption of the chip, 62 mW, as well as its power saving modes, as reasons for targeting the portable market.

(June 14, 2006) ALBUQUERQUE, NM &#151 Innovasic Semiconductor announced that they are actively developing a roadmap to address Intel’s end-of-life notice (EOL) on products 8051, 251, 8096/196, 188/186, i960, and all versions of the 386 and 486.


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