cypress semiconductor corporation

by:Getian     2020-08-07
Ambition of the masses
The deal has made the computer chip maker a prominent manufacturer of flash memory and other professional products. By Michael J.
The best talent in the region has been fascinated by the challenges of solar energy and hopes to push the development of solar technology to a faster track.
Cypress Semiconductor reduced its third-quarter performance expectations on the grounds of increased customer inventory and slower spending on electronic products (S)
Cypress Semiconductor\'s fourth layoff
The second quarterly sales forecast was released this month, saying the company fired more workers as demand for chips and wireless communication devices slowed (S)
Buying chip designer Cypress Semiconductor, a chip manufacturer for telecom equipment, agrees to buy tightly held Lara network
Expand the product line at $0. 225 billion.
A Cypress spokesman said Lara\'s sales last year were $25 million and is expected to grow to $70 million by 2003.
The semiconductor designed by Lara can classify and accelerate the information in the communication network.
Cypress b4hardware ANTEC has cut Antec\'s 400 jobs, which produces equipment that sends internet services and telephones over cable lines, and the company says it will cut its labor force by 17%, and a pre-tax fee of $5 million.
The company said it would cancel 400 factory and management positions in Duluth, Georgia. ;
Englewood, Colorado; El Paso;
And Juarez in Mexico. (Bloomberg News)Op-
Ed article by T. J. Rodgers, president and chief executive of Cypress Semiconductor, said the government\'s antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft would hurt consumers;
If the company loses, every executive
Technology companies will be fair targets for the Justice Department;
Silicon Valley executives who support the government should support Microsoft in basic principles (M)
Texas Instruments, USA
Quarterly earnings rose to $0. 138 billion from $0. 132 billion in the same period last year;
Sun Microsystems Inc. reported revenue of $0. 224 billion, up from $0. 143 billion in the same period last year;
Cypress Semiconductor\'s revenue was $5 million, down from $34 million in the same period last year;
LSI Logic reported revenue of $38.
4 million, down from $42 million last year; table (L)
Ky Hebron Computer Reources Inc. , to acquire NC Hickory\'s communications technology company on undisclosed terms;
The Raptors systems company in Waltham, Massachusetts, said Compaq computer had invested an additional $4 million in the company, raising its interest to about £ 6. 6 percent;
San Jose Cypress Semiconductor, California, transformed its San Jose computer chip manufacturing plant into a research and development base and laid off 60 employees at the factory;
Dallas traditional media will buy back up to 5 million ordinary shares (M)
Cypress Semiconductor and Advanced Micro-devices
Yesterday said they settled two patent infringement lawsuits by mutual acceptance of cross-litigation
License Agreement.
Terms of settlement are not disclosed.
The agreement includes patents filed by each company, allowing Cypress and Advanced Micro to continue to produce their own products, eliminating the threat of patent litigation by another company.
On last June, Advanced Micro filed a lawsuit against Cypress on professional programmable and memory chips.
Cypress filed a lawsuit against Advanced Micro on November.
Cypress Semiconductor said yesterday it will invest $0. 7 billion to build a semiconductor plant in the Texas Round Rock. , near Austin.
Mr. Cypress said the plant would be its fifth semiconductor wafer manufacturing plant, with 700 employees.
The San Jose, California-based company
A factory has been operated in the circular rock area, employing about 400 workers.
The new plant will be put into operation by mid-term1997.
Texas Instruments released disappointing gains today, and then predicted that the entire computer chip industry was facing a slowdown in growth and falling prices, which exacerbated this disappointment.
Several analysts who are already cutting future earnings expectations said the company\'s performance confirmed that the current boom in the technology industry is over, not to mention the tech investment boom.
A federal district judge overturned a jury verdict today ordering three US semiconductor companies to pay Texas Instruments. $51.
8 million compensation for infringement of computer patents-
Chip Packaging Technology.
The judge, Barefoot Sanders, ruled that there was not enough evidence to suggest that the three companies, Cypress Semiconductor and ultra-massive integrated circuit technology
Two cities in San Jose, California
LSI Logic, Milpitas, California
Two Texas Instruments patents for packaging integrated circuits were infringed.
Cypress Semiconductor will cost $17.
8 million pre-tax fee for Texas Instruments
Jury verdict from patent
Infringement proceedings.
Electronic component maker Cypress said Friday it had modified the first-
Reflects the quarterly earnings of the charges.
The company, based here, cut revenue to $9.
Of the $20 previously reported, 11 million, or 21 cents per share.
The quarter ended April 3 was 4 million, or 47 cents.
A Dallas Federal District Court jury yesterday ordered three semiconductor companies to pay Texas Instruments. $51.
8 million compensation for infringement of chip packaging technology patents.
The jury decided that Cypress Semiconductor and ultra-large scale integrated circuit technology
Two cities in San Jose, California
LSI Logic, Milpitas, California
Two Texas Instruments patents for packaging integrated circuits were intentionally infringed.
The two companies said they would appeal.
The jury ordered Cypress to pay $17. 8 million; LSI, $14.
$6 million and $19. 4 million.
Texas Instruments said the companies used the process to sell products in late 1980s and early 1990s. T. J.
Rogers, president and chief executive of Cypress, said the decision would not affect the company\'s operations because the patent expired.
Cypress Semiconductor based in San Jose, California
Yesterday said the federal government had approved the offer to sell Ross Technology to Fujitsu Ltd.
Japan\'s largest computer manufacturer, fourth
Largest semiconductor manufacturer
S. Treasury Department has informed the company that its review found that \"there is not enough national security issues to look into further,\" said cypress \".
The company said: \"Other government agencies concerned about potential antitrust issues have also found that there is no problem with the transaction.
Cypress Semiconductor said today it will sell its chip company, a subsidiary of Ross Technology.
Cypress was once touted as a production unit for American entrepreneurs.
Japanese computer giant.
Ross technology makes a chip for a popular and powerful workstation made by Sun Microsystems Inc. -the Sparc microprocessor.
But for the latest generation of Sparc chips, Sun--the work-
Market leader-
He rejected Ross, using Texas Instruments as his main supplier.
Ambition of the masses
The deal has made the computer chip maker a prominent manufacturer of flash memory and other professional products. By Michael J.
The best talent in the region has been fascinated by the challenges of solar energy and hopes to push the development of solar technology to a faster track.
Cypress Semiconductor reduced its third-quarter performance expectations on the grounds of increased customer inventory and slower spending on electronic products (S)
Cypress Semiconductor\'s fourth layoff
The second quarterly sales forecast was released this month, saying the company fired more workers as demand for chips and wireless communication devices slowed (S)
Buying chip designer Cypress Semiconductor, a chip manufacturer for telecom equipment, agrees to buy tightly held Lara network
Expand the product line at $0. 225 billion.
A Cypress spokesman said Lara\'s sales last year were $25 million and is expected to grow to $70 million by 2003.
The semiconductor designed by Lara can classify and accelerate the information in the communication network.
Cypress b4hardware ANTEC has cut Antec\'s 400 jobs, which produces equipment that sends internet services and telephones over cable lines, and the company says it will cut its labor force by 17%, and a pre-tax fee of $5 million.
The company said it would cancel 400 factory and management positions in Duluth, Georgia. ;
Englewood, Colorado; El Paso;
And Juarez in Mexico. (Bloomberg News)Op-
Ed article by T. J. Rodgers, president and chief executive of Cypress Semiconductor, said the government\'s antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft would hurt consumers;
If the company loses, every executive
Technology companies will be fair targets for the Justice Department;
Silicon Valley executives who support the government should support Microsoft in basic principles (M)
Texas Instruments, USA
Quarterly earnings rose to $0. 138 billion from $0. 132 billion in the same period last year;
Sun Microsystems Inc. reported revenue of $0. 224 billion, up from $0. 143 billion in the same period last year;
Cypress Semiconductor\'s revenue was $5 million, down from $34 million in the same period last year;
LSI Logic reported revenue of $38.
4 million, down from $42 million last year; table (L)
Ky Hebron Computer Reources Inc. , to acquire NC Hickory\'s communications technology company on undisclosed terms;
The Raptors systems company in Waltham, Massachusetts, said Compaq computer had invested an additional $4 million in the company, raising its interest to about £ 6. 6 percent;
San Jose Cypress Semiconductor, California, transformed its San Jose computer chip manufacturing plant into a research and development base and laid off 60 employees at the factory;
Dallas traditional media will buy back up to 5 million ordinary shares (M)
Cypress Semiconductor and Advanced Micro-devices
Yesterday said they settled two patent infringement lawsuits by mutual acceptance of cross-litigation
License Agreement.
Terms of settlement are not disclosed.
The agreement includes patents filed by each company, allowing Cypress and Advanced Micro to continue to produce their own products, eliminating the threat of patent litigation by another company.
On last June, Advanced Micro filed a lawsuit against Cypress on professional programmable and memory chips.
Cypress filed a lawsuit against Advanced Micro on November.
Cypress Semiconductor said yesterday it will invest $0. 7 billion to build a semiconductor plant in the Texas Round Rock. , near Austin.
Mr. Cypress said the plant would be its fifth semiconductor wafer manufacturing plant, with 700 employees.
The San Jose, California-based company
A factory has been operated in the circular rock area, employing about 400 workers.
The new plant will be put into operation by mid-term1997.
Texas Instruments released disappointing gains today, and then predicted that the entire computer chip industry was facing a slowdown in growth and falling prices, which exacerbated this disappointment.
Several analysts who are already cutting future earnings expectations said the company\'s performance confirmed that the current boom in the technology industry is over, not to mention the tech investment boom.
A federal district judge overturned a jury verdict today ordering three US semiconductor companies to pay Texas Instruments. $51.
8 million compensation for infringement of computer patents-
Chip Packaging Technology.
The judge, Barefoot Sanders, ruled that there was not enough evidence to suggest that the three companies, Cypress Semiconductor and ultra-massive integrated circuit technology
Two cities in San Jose, California
LSI Logic, Milpitas, California
Two Texas Instruments patents for packaging integrated circuits were infringed.
Cypress Semiconductor will cost $17.
8 million pre-tax fee for Texas Instruments
Jury verdict from patent
Infringement proceedings.
Electronic component maker Cypress said Friday it had modified the first-
Reflects the quarterly earnings of the charges.
The company, based here, cut revenue to $9.
Of the $20 previously reported, 11 million, or 21 cents per share.
The quarter ended April 3 was 4 million, or 47 cents.
A Dallas Federal District Court jury yesterday ordered three semiconductor companies to pay Texas Instruments. $51.
8 million compensation for infringement of chip packaging technology patents.
The jury decided that Cypress Semiconductor and ultra-large scale integrated circuit technology
Two cities in San Jose, California
LSI Logic, Milpitas, California
Two Texas Instruments patents for packaging integrated circuits were intentionally infringed.
The two companies said they would appeal.
The jury ordered Cypress to pay $17. 8 million; LSI, $14.
$6 million and $19. 4 million.
Texas Instruments said the companies used the process to sell products in late 1980s and early 1990s. T. J.
Rogers, president and chief executive of Cypress, said the decision would not affect the company\'s operations because the patent expired.
Cypress Semiconductor based in San Jose, California
Yesterday said the federal government had approved the offer to sell Ross Technology to Fujitsu Ltd.
Japan\'s largest computer manufacturer, fourth
Largest semiconductor manufacturer
S. Treasury Department has informed the company that its review found that \"there is not enough national security issues to look into further,\" said cypress \".
The company said: \"Other government agencies concerned about potential antitrust issues have also found that there is no problem with the transaction.
Cypress Semiconductor said today it will sell its chip company, a subsidiary of Ross Technology.
Cypress was once touted as a production unit for American entrepreneurs.
Japanese computer giant.
Ross technology makes a chip for a popular and powerful workstation made by Sun Microsystems Inc. -the Sparc microprocessor.
But for the latest generation of Sparc chips, Sun--the work-
Market leader-
He rejected Ross, using Texas Instruments as his main supplier.
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