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Having survived 2001, what's ahead in the new year? It all depends on how fast the economy turns around,” Bryant said. We're confident we have a handle on the next three to six months. After that, it's still uncertain.”

Having survived 2001, what's ahead in the new year? It all depends on how fast the economy turns around,” Bryant said. We're confident we have a handle on the next three to six months. After that, it's still uncertain.”

We maintain geographically dispersed design centres,” he said.

Tsui said the company would not try to reduce the number of fabs the combined company will use. Lattice uses UMC extensively. Agere chose Chartered Semiconductor for its newer FPGAs, and used internal fabs for the older Orca-2 family.

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It takes too much work to consolidate manufacturing. Even a transfer within the same company requires intensive focused effort.”

Lattice is currently going through a process of shifting manufacturing from a fab that UMC has decided to close to another within the organisation.

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Via Technologies Inc. claimed that it has launched the industry's lowest power X86-compatible embedded platform, aiming at the information appliance (IA) and home entertainment markets.

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Dubbed Eden,” the platform offers high performance and consumes about 6 watts of power, the least among rival products, according to the core-logic chipset designer. Eden will compete with the Geode line of National Semiconductor Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., and the SiS550 family of Silicon Integrated Systems, Hsinchu, Taiwan, among others, some analysts said.

The platform brings to the industry for the first time a truly open and comprehensive x86 embedded multimedia platform based on proven market-leading technology that will drive rapid new product innovation,” Via's president and chief executive Chen Wen-chi said at a press conference here today.

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The new platform, which offers integrated north bridge and south bridge chipset options, is targeting OEM customers in the U.S., mainland China and Europe, said Frank Jeng, marketing director of the Taipei-based company. Product introductions by the customers are expected as soon as end of this month, although Jeng declined to comment on shipment volumes.

Via's potential customers also include Taiwan PC manufacturers, which contribute more than half of the output worldwide. The PC makers have purchased X86 embedded systems from overseas suppliers. Via wants to convince them that a local company like Via can offer lower prices and better after-sales services,” said Thomas Ho, an analyst with BNP Paribas Peregrine Securities in Hong Kong.

Bluetooth will happen, but not in 2002,” observed Dwight Decker, president and chief executive of Conexant Systems Inc. The Newport Beach, Calif.-based company is a supplier of communications chips, including Bluetooth-enabled devices. Bluetooth is a 2003 product,” Decker said in a recent interview with SBN.

Cellular-phone makers have reportedly designed their new handsets with Bluetooth-enabled sockets, sources said. But it's unclear if or when OEMs will incorporate their systems with real Bluetooth chips, due to cost issues, sources said.

The Conexant executive also pointed out that the Bluetooth market has taken a backseat to some new and rival wireless protocols, especially 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g. Bluetooth is still important, but it is not as important as 802.11,” he added.

Others believe that Bluetooth will become a reality–over time. According to the In-Stat Group Inc. of Scottsdale, Ariz., the Bluetooth chip set market is on track to ship 13 million units in 2001. By 2005, Bluetooth chip set shipments will still rise sharply and hit 780 million units, according to In-Stat.

Analysts believe that the technology faces some major challenges. Once people are educated on what the benefits are, demand will rise for products that include Bluetooth connectivity, as long as prices of products are reasonable,” said Joyce Putscher, a director with In-Stat. The challenge lies in getting the message across, and being able to educate the general public correctly in a variety of ways and channels.”