February 2007
Electronics Weekly;2/28/2007, Issue 2277, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs concerning the electronic industry of Great Britain. Samsung says it has increased the data transfer speed of its fastest double data rate GDDR4 graphics memory by 60 percent. India's government has said it will introduce a programme of incentives to encourage inward investment in semiconductor wafer fab facilities in the country. Hitachi Ltd. demonstrated a miniature RFID chips measuring 0.05mm x 0.05mm.


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