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IM Flash to make product splash (EETimes)
Seeking to make another big splash in the market, the NAND flash-memory venture between Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. is quietly readying a new line of devices based on multi-level cell (MLC) technology.
Micron acquires Lexar Media (EETimes)
In a bold entry into the flash-memory card, USB drive and other end-user markets, Micron Technology Inc. said that it has acquired Lexar Media Inc. in a stock transaction.
Internet security video ICs to soar (EETimes)
Taipei, Taiwan -- Fed by a global focus on terrorism and the shift from analog to digital systems, the Internet Protocol-based security camera industry is beginning to boom, and that is expected to boost the demand for DSPs and MPEG encoders in the years ahead.
M-Systems sued for patent infringement in Israel (EETimes)
M-Systems, a developer of data storage products based on flash memory, has been sued for alleged patent infringement by another Israeli company, Ceedo Technologies.