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In the third-quarter earnings report, Samsung said operating profits in the memory chip business largely contributed to its brisk quarterly performance, citing strong demand for memory chips from the PC market.

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Xilinx has announced immediate availability of the low-cost, feature-rich ML501 development platform for applications based on its industry-leading 65 nm Virtex-5 LX devices. The platform combines the robust features of a 65 nm LX50 device with all the mainstream interfaces and connectors today's FPGA users expect. The platform features an on-board DDR2 SODIMM socket with 256 MB of memory that can be expanded by the user if desired, plus on-board flash memory for configuration bit stream storage. Single-ended and differential I/O expansion are provided, as well as commonly used interfaces such as USB, PS/2 for keyboard & mouse, an RJ-45 connector for 10/100 Ethernet networking, an RS-232 serial port, video output (DVI/VGA), and audio in and out ports.

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The ML501 platform allows FPGA designers to immediately begin taking advantage of the 30 percent higher logic fabric performance and 35 percent lower dynamic power than previous generation FPGAs. The LX50 device on the board contains 46,080 logic cells, 1,728 Kbytes of block RAM and 440 user I/O signals, providing enough capability to implement larger real-world applications.

Pricing and availability The ML501 development board includes complete documentation including a user guide, getting started tutorial, schematics, Gerber plots, and fab drawings. The development platform is priced at USD $995 and available through on-line channels today. Visit www.xilinx.com/ml501 for complete information.

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About Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs Built upon the industry's most advanced 65 nm triple-oxide technology, breakthrough new ExpressFabric technology and proven ASMBL architecture, the Virtex-5 family represents the fifth generation in the award-winning Virtex product line. Key design team innovations in process technology, architecture and product development methodology have led to unprecedented performance and density gains with Virtex-5 FPGAs while consuming 45 percent less area than previous generation 90nm FPGAs. Initial shipments of the Virtex-5 LX Platform began this year with future platforms to follow. For more information visit www.xilinx.com/virtex5.

This follows the current and ongoing DRAM price-fixing probe, which has rocked the industry.For at least three years, the U.S. has been investigating alleged price fixing among DRAM manufacturers between 1999 and 2003. Four companies and 13 individuals have now been charged, resulting in fines totaling more than $731 million.

LONDON — Technology commercialization group IP Group plc has sealed a 25 year partnership with the University of Glasgow to help form spinout companies and to initially fund them with up to £5 million in return for equity stakes.

The university has outstanding departments in electronic engineering and has in the past focused on post doctoral projects in optical communications. Current projects include aspects of bioelectronics, cell signalling, nanotechnology, and optoelectronics.

With the deal, Glasgow becomes the first major higher education institution in Scotland to sign a deal giving an outside company exclusive rights to exploit commercially any of its research and scientific discoveries.

Under the terms of the deal IP Group will take typicaly a 12 per cent stake in any new venture. The company has similar deals with ten other universities in the U.K., including Oxford University's chemistry department, and Kings College, London.

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