AUSTIN, Texas — A five-port transceiver from Accelerant Networks Inc., optimized for noisy backplane environments, is said to deliver 6.25-Gbit/second peak bandwidth for each port, or roughly 25 Gbits of typically available bandwidth.

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AUSTIN, Texas — A five-port transceiver from Accelerant Networks Inc., optimized for noisy backplane environments, is said to deliver 6.25-Gbit/second peak bandwidth for each port, or roughly 25 Gbits of typically available bandwidth.

Noting the success of Taiwanese ODMs in the PC and notebook business, Venture executives decided in 1992 to adopt the ODM model. Venture acquired a company with design capabilities and hired groups of R&D staff from multinational companies to round out its new service offering. A short time later, Venture brought its e-fulfillment strategy to life.

Everyone has their own way of running their business,” Wong said. But to make sure you have an opportunity to manufacture, you must get into design. The barrier to entry is high. Manufacturing is much easier. You buy some equipment and you hire some engineers and set up shop.”

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Venture makes Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP's printers, networking cards, and scanners, and provides Motorola Inc. with basestation modules and handset PC-board assemblies. Cisco Systems Inc. tapped the EMS provider to make cable modems and for Venture's product-fulfillment services. About 70% of Venture's output is sold directly into the U.S. market; Europe represents 5% and the remaining 25% belongs to Asian subsidiaries of major companies.

Venture's EMS business is expected to generate sales this year of $767.3 million and $886.5 million in 2003. The company's ODM operation could tally sales of $118.4 million at year's end and $154 million in 2003, according to Paul Cheong, a Singapore-based analyst at Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.

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About 10 years ago, no one knew Venture,” Cheong said. Now everyone does. Venture was built from scratch and quickly became a niche player.”

But it was Venture's conservative approach to acquisitions that held the company back, according to Cheong.

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Over the last five years, North American EMS providers had an average earnings growth of 50% because of their aggressive capacity expansions,” he said. In comparison, Venture's earnings grew at about 30% during the boom years because it relied on organic growth and didn't participate in aggressive expansions.”

But Venture seems to have gotten the message. Earlier this year, the company agreed to acquire Univac Precision Engineering Pte. Ltd., a Singapore global design company that specializes in complex plastic electronic components and tool-and-die-making projects for major OEMs. Venture added 18 engineers to its roster of 150 through the deal.

The amp is available in a 5- x 5-mm, 24-pin QFN package and operates over the -40 degrees C to 85 degrees C range. It's priced from $2.24 in lots of 1,000.

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Smart antennas come in various categories, ranging from basic switched-beam to fully adaptive antennas. However, all use some level of processing to focus the antenna's beam to maximize signal reception-and in more advanced cases, null out interferers. For its part, MUD, which is used only in code-division multiple-access (CDMA) systems to date, employs the principle of joint detection to detect the characteristics of co-users of a channel and then uses a subtractive process to cancel them out, leaving the target signal.

Though each is capable of providing a 3x or more capacity/performance improvement per basestation, thanks to the pioneering efforts of companies such as Metawave Communications Corp. and Arraycomm Inc., the smart antennas is the first technology of the two to have reached any level of commercial success. With a frequency-division-duplex focus, which makes its products amenable to Global System for Mobile Communications, CDMA and wideband CDMA networks, Metawave has sold more than $150 million worth of smart-antenna equipment to operators such as Sprint and Verizon.

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