Micron validates DDR modules

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Micron validates DDR modules

The US government’s Global Positioning System is, according to many, obsolete. Plans exist already to upgrade the system for a variety of civilian and military purposes. European governments, however, have resisted reliance on the US for navigational services and have decided to launch their own satellite-based positioning system, Galileo. The European Space Agency and the European Union are funding the 1.1-billion-euro (1.05-billion-dollar) first phase of the project. A recent vote by EU transport ministers has been described as a simple delay needed for clarifying the project’s business plan and the 30 satellite system is still on track, according to EU sources, for activation in 2007.

Read the source article at english.hk.dailynews.yahoo.com and background materials on satellite positioning at aticourses.com.

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