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To: JW@KSC who wrote (31351)6/29/2005 2:39:45 PM
From: FreedomForAll
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Hi, JW!
Its great to hear from you!
Are you still launching those birds?

freedom

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (31351)7/26/2005 11:32:55 AM
From: Galirayo
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[Shuttle Launch] Congrats Jim!! Another Hole! :)

Ray

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To: Galirayo who wrote (31355)3/16/2006 3:55:24 PM
From: jon iliz
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Well here are some familiar names. The new owners of this site forced me to abandon my original posting name – Eric Goethals.

What ever happened to Pat Mudge? Did she take on the posting name Moneypenny ?

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To: jon iliz who wrote (31356)3/16/2006 6:21:47 PM
From: Galirayo
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Well Holy Mad Cow ... Sir Eric the Great has returned from the Sea !!! :^)

Where the heck have you been ?? Are you planning on hanging around long ??

I've been hanging out here.
Message 22219886

EMC is one to watch to see if it can make a Break out of a Symmetrical Triangle.

You're welcome to join in !!

It may take a while to get used to your New Name. :)

Have no idea where Money Penny is ..

Cheers !

Ray

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To: Galirayo who wrote (31357)3/22/2006 5:18:41 PM
From: jon iliz
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Hi Ray,

Still jumping around on candlesticks I see.

I hope you hit the next big one...

-Eric

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From: riposte4/8/2006 1:31:21 PM
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WSTL

I installed my GF's DSL modem today. BellSouth is her provider. I laughed out loud when I saw that BellSouth supplies a Westell modem!

In case anyone cares, BellSouth supplies Westell Wirespeed 6100's, Westell Versalink 327W's, and Netopia 3347's.

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From: riposte1/1/2007 2:59:27 PM
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Happy 2007!!!!

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From: riposte6/25/2007 9:10:29 PM
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Infineon Buys Texas Instruments DSL Unit

The saga continues...

biz.yahoo.com
AP

Monday June 25, 2:42 pm ET

Infineon Technologies Buys Texas Instruments' DSL Customer Equipment Business
NEW YORK (AP) -- German chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG said Monday it bought Texas Instruments Inc.' digital subscriber line, or DSL, customer equipment business for an undisclosed sum.

The deal is expected to close this summer.
Infineon said it plans to continue supporting Texas Instruments' products and existing customer designs.
Shares of Infineon slipped 19 cents to $16.50 in afternoon trading, while Dallas-based chip maker Texas Instruments rose 4 cents to $37.15.

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From: riposte6/26/2007 10:24:20 PM
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Infineon to Buy TI Broadband Chip Unit

By Alexei Oreskovic

TheStreet.com Senior Writer
6/25/2007 4:00 PM EDT
URL: thestreet.com

Infineon Technologies (IFX) announced plans Monday to acquire a broadband communications chip business from Texas Instruments (TXN) .

The deal gives Infineon another piece in a broad catalog of DSL products that the German chipmaker is pitching to telecommunications carriers.

Infineon will acquire TI's so-called DSL customer premises equipment business for an undisclosed sum. The business consists of chips contained in the broadband modems and gateways that many businesses and consumers use to access the Internet.

TI spokesman Gary Silcott would not comment on the division's revenue. He said that TI's overall broadband business, which includes various other businesses such as cable, is less than 5% of TI's overall revenue, which totaled $14.2 billion in 2006.

Silcott said the decision to divest the company of the CPE business was part of TI's "regular evaluation of which businesses we want to continue to invest in and where we should be spending more time."

While TI does not disclose whether the CPE business is profitable, Silcott said the company has consistently said CPE margins are challenging in such a competitive and cost-sensitive business.

Shares of TI were up 0.1%, or 4 cents, at $37.15. Infineon shares were off 0.9% at $16.53.

According to Infineon, the deal is expected to close in the summer.

"Combining Texas Instruments' DSL CPE products with Infineon's innovative roadmap leads to a unique end-to-end offering for DSL customers," said Hermann Eul, head of Infineon's communications solutions group in a statement.

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (31351)2/29/2008 12:45:02 PM
From: Galirayo
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[OT] I know it only comes around once every 4 years ...

so ...............

You Make Sure to have a Happy One !!

BTW: How old would you be in Leaping Dog Years ?? lol

Ray

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