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Topic: Philips Semiconductors

  Semiconductor    Philip  
  Philip Morris    Semiconductor Equipment  
  Dick Philip K    Philip II  
  Prince Philip    Philips Electronics  
  Philip Glass    National Semiconductor  
  Philip Larkin    Semiconductor Wafer  

 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Favorite possession(s):DVD player,  Mobile phone,  Cellular
Favorite actor(s):Humphrey Bogart
Favorite great thinker(s):Ampere
Favorite composer(s):George F Handel,  Richard Strauss
Interest(s):Origami,  Computers
Currently has on their coffee table:Remote Control
Likes to wear:Adidas
Dream job(s):Bus Driver,  CEO
Favorite computer game(s):Pong
Favorite online activity(s):Finding ringtones for their phone
Listens to:Classical
Favorite quote(s):"Grove giveth and Gates taketh away." - Bob Metcalfe (inventor of Ethernet) on the trend of hardware speedups not being able to keep up with software demands
 Expert Talk
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Dave Simons,
Internet Entrepeneur

Philips Semiconductors is spearheading the emerging field of systems on silicon solutions with the innovative Nexperiaš platform and VLSI Velocityš tool set.
Philips Semiconductors has the strongest portfolio of standard products and leading positions in communications, consumer and computing semiconductors suited to the distribution channel.
Philips Semiconductors has strong global manufacturing capabilities to complement the advanced development capabilities of its product teams.
Dan Toomey,
Computer Salesman

Philips OMMIC is the development and manufacturing organization and Philips Semiconductors has been the selling organization for these GaAs optical networking Products.
Philips Semiconductors is the first chip manufacturer to offer general purpose integrated circuits (GPICs) specifically tailored for high-speed communications systems design.
Philips Semiconductors offers replacements for Motorola RF wideband transistor types.
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