November 2000 Newsletter
MOST Definitely Aboard
MOST may become the automotive standard for high-speed digital audio and video communications networks.
AMI-C Reaches Critical Juncture
The German carmakers are losing patience with the slow progress at AMI-C. The Germans have proposed a leaner budget and organization.
ON Semiconductor, The Company Profile
Motorola spun off its Semiconductor Components Group in 1999. Now
, having acquired Cherry Semiconductor in April 2000, has sales of nearly $1.8 billion and claims to have the third-largest share of automotive semiconductors in the Americas.
CAN Node Sales
Graphic shows sales of CAN nodes from 1999 to 2003.
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