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July 5, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
'Flash' Computer Chips to Be Developed: Japan's NEC Corp. and SunDisk Corp. of the United States have agreed to jointly develop a new generation of "flash" computer memory chips. The companies plan to begin marketing 256-megabit flash memories in 1997. The largest flash memory chips currently available hold 16 megabits, or about 16 million units of binary information.
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July 5, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
'Flash' Computer Chips to Be Developed: Japan's NEC Corp. and SunDisk Corp. of the United States have agreed to jointly develop a new generation of "flash" computer memory chips. The companies plan to begin marketing 256-megabit flash memories in 1997. The largest flash memory chips currently available hold 16 megabits, or about 16 million units of binary information.
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February 19, 1993 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a wide variety of California businesses, there's something to love and something to loathe in the wide-ranging economic package proposed by President Clinton on Wednesday. Some companies fret about the likelihood of new taxes. Others worry about new costs for energy. Still others fear the loss of government programs. But others applaud proposals to beef up worker training, increase tax credits and facilitate research and development.
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