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November 6, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Oki Electric Industrial Co Ltd has created what it claims is a world first – an adaptive differential pulse code modulation sound chip with embedded Flash memory. The MSM9862, with 512 bytes of Flash memory, can record and play back when a microphone, speaker and amplifier are connected. The memory can be overwritten more than 3,000 times and preserves its state for more than 10 years, Oki claims. Aimed at telephone answering machines and portable phones, it samples at $15 from January, with volume planned for June at 2m a year.

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