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July 24, 1990

MOTOROLA CLOSE TO 16M-BIT MEMORY DEAL WITH TOSHIBA

By CBR Staff Writer

Despite suggestions that it might be hedging its bets by negotiating for licences to IBM memory chip designs, Motorola Inc has signed a memorandum of understanding with Toshiba Corp for Phase II of their joint technology agreement, which gave the US firm a licence to 4M-bit chips designed by Toshiba and involved the creation of an equally owned fabrication company in Japan. The second phase of the agreeemnt covers memory chips in capacities of 16M-bits and up. Toshiba wants the joint company to make the 68030 too, but Electronic News hears that Motorola is tying that concession to its achieving a minimum volume of sales of other chips in Japan.

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