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MINNEAPOLIS - Sunday, March 3rd 2013

Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), the revenue growth experts in global cloud commerce, announced today that its board of directors has appointed David C. Dobson chief executive officer. Dobson, 50, who will also join Digital River’s board of directors, was previously executive vice president at CA Technologies, a global IT management software and solutions company.

Dobson succeeds Digital River’s Chairman Thomas Madison, who has served as interim chief executive officer while the company conducted a search for a permanent replacement. Madison will continue to serve as the non-executive chairman of Digital River’s board of directors.

"On behalf of the board of directors and senior management team, I want to welcome David Dobson to Digital River,” said Madison. "With an extensive background in software and technology, David has successfully developed products and solutions for cloud-based envi ... Read more »
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Low capacitance product supporting high-currents improves efficiency of high-speed switching

TOKYO - Saturday, March 2nd 2013 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Toshiba Corporation(TOKYO:6502) today announced that it has launched a low capacitance dual N-ch MOSFET for high-speed switches in the high-current charging circuits of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

As additional functions are added to mobile devices, including smartphones, cellular phones, tablets and notebook PCs, and as increasing demands are made on the batteries of those devices, efforts continue to improve the user experience and cut charge times by boosting charge density and significantly increasing the charging current and frequency. Toshiba's new low capacitance product "SSM6N58NU" is the company's latest addition to its dual N-ch MOSFET line-up, suitable as high-speed switches for high-current charging circuits.


High-current (up to 4A) charging switches ... Read more »
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