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Sage's Cheetah application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) enables NewComm to produce flat panel monitors that are virtual plug-and-play replacements for the bulky cathode-ray tube (CRT) monitors.
By contrast, the standard cathode-ray tube currently used in televisions and computer screens requires pixels comprising side-by-side red, green, blue phosphors; the eye achieves color by fusing the primary shades.
The Commission said executives from the European and Asian companies met until six years ago to fix prices and divide up markets for TV and computer monitor cathode-ray tubes, technology now mostly made obsolete by flat screens.
These cartels for cathode-ray tubes are 'textbook cartels': they feature all the worst kinds of anti-competitive behaviour that are strictly forbidden to companies doing business in Europe," EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said in a statement.
Almunia said the violations were especially harmful for consumers, as cathode-ray tubes accounted for 50 to 70 percent of the price of a screen.
The federal government classifies the cathode-ray tubes - or monitors - as hazardous waste, because the glass contains lead and the vacuum tube is filled with mercury, cadmium and phosphorus.
VDTs contain cathode-ray tubes that release very-low-frequency electromagnetic fields.
CPT, a world-leading supplier of cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) and thin-film transistor liquid-crystal displays (TFT LCDs), plans to further lead its industry by offering high-quality, low-cost PDPs.
Hughes Lexington, which has 100 employees, designs and manufactures special-purpose cathode-ray tubes for commercial, industrial and military applications and will continue operations at its present location.
will continue to focus on cathode-ray tubes and electronics manufacturing.