IBM Microelectronics has won a $10 million deal from 3Com to produce fast communications chips for the networking company.
The newspaper said that the new chips, codenamed Pacific, will appear next year. They will be used in 3Com multiprotocol switches.
The semiconductors will be designed at 3Com's Herzliya R&D centre in Israel and will be manufactured by Big Blue.
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