Then, in December 2003, the fuel-cell company entered into a development agreement with an undisclosed customer to develop proof-of-concept fuel cell power source prototypes. Under the terms of the agreement, it is to receive $344,000 and up $1,402,000 for the services in phase I and II programs, respectively. It has recognized $154,500 for the completion of phase I in 2004. In addition, at December 31, 2005 and 2004 the company deferred $189,500 for phase I services until the related services are rendered.

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Then, in December 2003, the fuel-cell company entered into a development agreement with an undisclosed customer to develop proof-of-concept fuel cell power source prototypes. Under the terms of the agreement, it is to receive $344,000 and up $1,402,000 for the services in phase I and II programs, respectively. It has recognized $154,500 for the completion of phase I in 2004. In addition, at December 31, 2005 and 2004 the company deferred $189,500 for phase I services until the related services are rendered.

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Then, in December 2003, the fuel-cell company entered into a development agreement with an undisclosed customer to develop proof-of-concept fuel cell power source prototypes. Under the terms of the agreement, it is to receive $344,000 and up $1,402,000 for the services in phase I and II programs, respectively. It has recognized $154,500 for the completion of phase I in 2004. In addition, at December 31, 2005 and 2004 the company deferred $189,500 for phase I services until the related services are rendered.

Similarly, the SAS package is used for compliance test and validation of SAS configurations from1.5-Gbit/s up to 6-Gbits/s. It includes LeCroy’s X-Replay Automated Software , and a test suite that conforms to UNH ’s (University of New Hampshire) MOI (UNH-IOL Methods of Implementation). It has built-in support for upcoming SAS Expander technology at 6-Gbit/s.

For lots more details contact Michael Lauterbach at LeCroy Corp., Customer Care Center, 700 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Chestnut Ridge, New York 10977. Phone: 800-453-2769 or 845-425-2000. Fax: 845-425-8967. E-mail: contact.corp@lecroy.com.

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LeCroy , 845-425-2000, www.lecroy.com

Tinton Falls, N.J. — RIA CONNECT Inc. has introduced the ASP129 series of pluggable spring-type terminal blocks to replace older screw-type terminations.

The ASP129 terminal block, which uses RIA's Springcon technology, are available in two- to 12-pole configurations and is rated for 12 A at 300 V. The terminal blocks offer a 10-mm pin spacing and accommodates 12 AWG monster cable.

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The ASP129 blocks don't require tools for operation thanks to its lever design, which make them suitable for audio applications. The terminal block line is UL approved and meets VDE requirements.

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The ASP129 terminal blocks are priced at $0.20/position. Delivery is six weeks.

RIA Connect , 1-888-722-5625, www.riaconnect.com

For the second quarter, SigmaTel projects revenue of $40 to $46 million, with a GAAP net loss of 59 to 66 cents per share.

Pixelworks (Tualatin, Ore.) posted a first-quarter loss of $33.1 million, or 69 cents per share on sales of $36.6 million, compared to net earnings of $0.8 million, or 2 cents per share of sales of $40.3 million in the year-ago quarter.

The company announced a restructuring program to reduce manufacturing overhead and operating expenses, including integrating its IPTV elements with its advanced TV technology developments. It will also exit standalone digital streaming markets not core to advanced TV.

Pixelworks will incur restructuring charges of $1.6 million to $3.5 million over the second and third quarters, with total 2006 savings of $5.0 million.

For the second quarter, Pixelworks expects to incur a net loss of 21 to 32 cents on sales of $30 to $33 million.

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