Winners & Losers

Sperling, Ed
December 2006
Electronic News;12/25/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 52, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents information on electronic companies considered winners and losers due to their actions and activities. Toshiba, Sony and NEC are collaborating on a multicore large-scale integration platform at 45 nanometers. IBM and Intel are working together on virtualization technology. Alcatel-Lucent was on the receiving end of a patent infringement lawsuit. Siemens got smacked by investigators for allegedly keeping a bribery slush fund.


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