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  • A study on risk perception and risk identification in the internationalization process of chinese hi-tech enterprises
    In 1998, Huawei entered the rank of Top 100 electronic enterprises in China, ranked No.7 in terms of sales volumes and No.1 in terms of profit margins. Since then, Huawei has become China’s most influential telecom equipment manufacturers . In 2000, the contract sales amount of Huawei was over 2.65 billion dollars, among them the …
  • The off-shoring strategies layout of Taiwan’s ICT/IT Industry in China
    Electronic information industry has gradually formed the cities’ pillar industries. By 2004, the cumulative contract value of Taiwan investments in Kunshan had reached 9 billion US dollars … The top 100 largest Taiwan enterprises have registered more than 150 companies in Kunshan, and 9 out of top 10 Taiwanese computer manufactures have established plants in Suzhou. … description of the industrial background, investment model and motivation factors which Taiwan’s IT/ICT manufacturers entered the Mainland …
  • Tecnomatix receives $400,000 follow-on order for e-Manufacturing software
    Tecnomatix-Unicam customers include more than 70 percent of the largest OEM electronic manufacturers, and 75 percent of the top twenty contract electronic manufacturers . Tecnomatix Technologies, Inc., 39810 Grand River Ave., Suite 100 , Novi, MI 48375-2108 USA.
  • Evaluation of confocal microscopy system performance
    The air-cooled argon laser from Uniphase or Spectra Physics used in bench top flow cytometers or confocal microscopes will also have less than 1% peak-to-peak noise according to the manufacturer 's specifications. … to-peak laser noise between 3% and 5% for the three lines under 100 kHz and 6%–8 … … be checked with power meters in front of the beam or by special electronic boards that connect … … laser is in a sealed compartment, which must not be violated to avoid nullifying the service contract .
  • Science& Technology Review October 2003
    … document has been authored by the Regents of the University of California under contract No. W-7405 … … Stop L-658, P.O. Box 808, Livermore, California 94551, or to our electronic mail address report … … herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer , or otherwise, does … Each year, in a worldwide competition, R&D Magazine chooses the year’s top 100 industrial inventions.
  • INDUSTRY RALLIES TO THE CALL
    Yet the peace dividend has prompted the restructuring of already large defence manufacturers and there is a … With contracting domestic demand, continued recession plus the lack of financial support for defence goods, Australian defence … None is among the world's top 100 defence companies. … such as British Aerospace Australia (BAeA), Honeywell, Rockwell Systems, Ericsson, and Siemens Plessey Electronic Systems Australia (SPESA).
  • Czech Republic: the new hub of Europe
    Since 1999, the firm is regularly rated amongst the top 100 firms in the Czech Republic. … and significantly, won an international tender in 2007 for the supply of ABS electronic sensors for Audi … … focused mainly so far, the company is one of the three largest European manufacturers , with Bosch and … … is also opening another assembly line, in which it will invest over €1m, for contract for Audi.
  • PDF - Landis + Gyr E450 Electric Meter
    As with most electronic hardware, this equipment may be built for the customer by an outside contract manufacturer , but may also be built in-house; as is often the case for OEM/ODM type companies which are common in Taiwan. … one would have to add a fair margin for the EMS provider, on top of our cost … $4.05 - MCU, 32-Bit RX CPU Core, 100 MHz, 128KB RAM, 1MB ROM, 21-Channel 12 …
  • True Visions
    From January 1, 2005, Wal-Mart requires their top 100 suppliers to have their cases and pallets “chipped” by using RFID-technology carrying EPCs. It is expected that the suppliers will use something like 8 billion elec- tronic tags a year, thus this implementation has a significant impact on RFID becoming mature and mainstream. In January 2005, Tesco signed a contract for delivery of 4,000 readers and 16,000 antennas … Furthermore, Gillette has demon- strated how RFID and the EPCglobal Network could enable manufacturers to see product …
  • BMW loses some supplier appeal
    BMW believes it’s better that the innovation councils concentrate on the top 100 ideas, and give them the necessary financial resources, than to follow a thousand only half-heartedly. For the I-drive development BMW worked with Alps (a Japanese automotive electronic component manufacturer ), Immersion (a Californian-based haptic technology company) and IDEO (a Palo Alto-based engineering and design firm) on the identification of the technology, before selecting Alps for … … models, such as systems co-operation, production co-operation, engineering services and more contract assembly will dramatically …