Innovation is no problem for IC firms, says Shlapak

November 2002
Electronics Weekly;11/27/2002, Issue 2078, p2
Trade Publication
Presents views from Fred Shlapak, president and chief executive officer of Motorola Semiconductors, on technology innovations in the semiconductor industry in the U.S. and Europe. Reasons for the need to innovate; Approach used by Motorola in solving processing problems; Problems in implementing innovations.


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