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Rhines said, Synopsys can sue you and you can't sue Synopsys. We need to make it open. We need to give some power to OSCI members to decide on changes, not just [leave it to] Synopsys, CoWare and Frontier to decide on changes.”

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Rhines said, Synopsys can sue you and you can't sue Synopsys. We need to make it open. We need to give some power to OSCI members to decide on changes, not just [leave it to] Synopsys, CoWare and Frontier to decide on changes.”

Worldwide shipments of flat-panel monitors is projected to grow from 12.2 million units in 2001 to 91.2 million by 2007, according to the San Jose-based market research company. In terms of total revenues, this market will grow from $6.6 billion in 2001 to $24.4 billion by 2007, they said.

LCD monitors, previously limited to niche applications, are moving into the mainstream in 2001,” said Rhoda Alexander, an analyst at Stanford Resources. With street prices of some 15-inch models dropping below $500 and 17-inch pricing pushing the level of $1,000, CRT monitor vendors are facing serious competition in the next few years,” she said.

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The worldwide market for traditional CRT-based monitors projected to reach 143.3 million units in 2007, Stanford Resources said. Of that, flat-panel products will account for 38.9% of the total monitor market, a substantial increase from the projected 9.4% share in 2001, they said.

To date, Japan has the highest market penetration for LCD monitors. But North America will surpass Japan as the largest market for LCD monitors in 2001, with sales of 4.3 million units and a 34.9% share of the business, they said.

Japan's NEC-Mitsubishi was the leading manufacturer of LCD monitors in 2000, with a production volume of approximately 1.1 million units, or 8.5% market share.

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NEW TRIPOLI, Pa. — The industry consolidation in photomask services has resulted in a tight three-way race between one Japanese and two U.S.-based suppliers, with revenue totals for lithography masks expected to more than double to $5.5 billion in 2004, according to a new report.

According to the report, from The Information Network here, Dai Nippon Printing Co. (DNP) of Japan led the worldwide market in 2000 with more than a 25% share of merchant photomasks, followed closely by DuPont Photomask Inc. (DPI) of Round Rock, Tex.

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In North America, Photronics Inc. of Jupiter, Fla., the market leader in 2000 with more than a 45% share followed closely by DPI, according to The Information Network. In Europe, DPI was the leader with more than a 40% share, followed by Photronics.

In Japan, DNP was the market leader with more than a 50% share, followed by Toppan Printing Co., said the report. And in Asia, DPI topped reticle suppliers with nearly a 30% share followed closely by Taiwan Mask Corp. (TMC), said the market research firm.

ST is currently in the final phases of production of the second generation of the FlexWare environment. On the compilation front, this involves new compilation optimization modules built on top of the CoSy compiler infrastructure of ACE Associated Compiler Experts bv (Amsterdam). The resulting FlexCC2 compiler technology is also currently in the final phase of production.

On average, for a large number of benchmarks, including those of the EEMBC, we have found a 1.4X to 2X performance improvement over FlexCC1, with a 10 percent code size reduction,” said Paulin.

The FlexCC2 technology will be applied to the ST's NPU in mid 2001.

A new version of FlexSim is also currently under development. It will support cycle-accurate simulations of the processor microarchitecture and its peripherals.

WASHINGTON — Signaling its commitment to basic research despite the current economic downturn, the U.S. semiconductor industry is doubling the size of a university-based research effort and plans to add more research centers in 2002.

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