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August 22, 1997 | Bloomberg News
The International Trade Commission is investigating whether products of two foreign companies that are imported into the U.S. infringe patents of Sunnyvale-based Oak Technology Inc. The devices, which manage the flow of data and communications between a CD-ROM drive and a host computer, are manufactured by Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics Corp. and Singapore-based Wearnes Technology Ltd., the ITC said.
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August 22, 1997 | Bloomberg News
The International Trade Commission is investigating whether products of two foreign companies that are imported into the U.S. infringe patents of Sunnyvale-based Oak Technology Inc. The devices, which manage the flow of data and communications between a CD-ROM drive and a host computer, are manufactured by Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics Corp. and Singapore-based Wearnes Technology Ltd., the ITC said.
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April 13, 1988 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
In an effort to strengthen its balance sheet and step up its marketing efforts, Systonetics has agreed to sell 36% of its stock to Singapore investors for $600,000. The Fullerton-based computer software company said it has sold 1.5 million newly issued shares to Wearnes Technology Ltd. of Singapore and Advanced Logic Research Inc., an Irvine computer manufacturer and a Wearnes subsidiary. Wearnes Technology, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Wearne Brothers Ltd.
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February 17, 1988 | David Olmos, Times staff writer
Systonetics, a financially struggling software company, has agreed in principle to sell 39% of its stock to a Singapore investment group for $600,000. Under the agreement, Advanced Logic Research, an Irvine-based microcomputer manufacturer owned by Wearnes Technology Private Ltd. of Singapore, will buy 1.5 million shares of Fullerton-based Systonetics. ALR will have an option of increasing its piece of Systonetics to 49% ownership by buying up to 500,000 more shares.
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