Fairchild launches new CD and CD-R production systems
- Fairchild unveils CD-R production line. // EMedia Professional;May97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p27
Introduces CD-R 10X Production Line, a Compact Disc-Recordable (CD-R) manufacturing system from Fairchild Technologies. Function and features of the CD-R manufacturing system.
- National, LG, Hyundai order Fairchild systems. // Electronic News (10616624);7/08/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2124, p88
Reports that Fairchild Technologies announced three multi-million orders from leading chip manufacturers. Purchase terms.
- Fairchild Corp. to divest semiconductor, CD units. McGrath, Dylan // Electronic News;05/18/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2219, p6
Details the plan of Fairchild Corp. to sell its semiconductor and recordable compact disc capital equipment subsidiary, Fairchild Technologies (FT). Reduction of the production capacity and decrease employment at FT in March 1998; Search for synergistic merger opportunities to Fairchild...
- International Helix, Inc. to produce CD-R media at... // EMedia Professional;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p29
Presents information on the multiple-system order placed by International Helix for compact disc-recordable (CD-R) products of Fairchild Technologies. Information on the system; Reason for the purchase according to Carl Rodia, chairman of International Helix.
- Convac To ACQUIRE Fairchild Technologies' Optical Disc Equipment Group. // EMedia;May2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p16
Reports that Convac Technologies, Ltd. will acquire the Optical Disc Equipment Group of Fairchild Technologies.
- The Fab Line. Dorsch, Jeff // Electronic News;05/24/99, Vol. 45 Issue 21, p31
Presents news from semiconductor industrial equipment industry in May 1999. Asyst Technologies Incorporated's booking of standard mechanical interface (SMIF) orders; Fairchild Corporation's sale of part of its Fairchild Technologies' capital equipment subsidiary.
- Reissued CDs: Go for the gold? // Consumer Reports;Apr96, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p6
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- Erasable optical discs. // Popular Science;May87, Vol. 230 Issue 5, p56
Optical discs can store more information than can regular magnetic floppy diskettes, and ten times more than hard disks. Now in a dramatic advance, the newest of these high-capacity discs can be erased and reused repeatedly.
- Molecular memory. Freundlich, N.J. // Popular Science;Jun87, Vol. 230 Issue 6, p62
The storage capacity of a laser disc is limited by the size of a recorded laser spot. IBM researchers are overcoming that limitation by developing a computer memory that would store one thousand times more information in the same spot. The key is to store data in molecules trapped in crystals.