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Definitions

  1. Philips is the main sponsor of the Dutch football club PSV.
  2. Philips is the market leader in Xenon headlamps, which were introduced in 1997 and are achieving increasing penetration in the upper end of the market.
  3. Philips is the world's leading manufacturer of color picture tubes for televisions and monitors.
  4. Philips is also a leading producer of modules for CD-ReWritable and Video CD. SEMICONDUCTORS Philips Semiconductors, currently No.
  5. Philips is the company who gave us such remarkable devices as the compact cassette tape and laser disc.

Philips Shaver

  1. Dr Harris was shown a Philips shaver box.
  2. He was shown the 452 mark and recognised it as the head of a three-headed Philips shaver.
  3. He noticed the picture of the shaver on the box, with the clover leaf pattern, and would know the box contained a Philips shaver.

Philip

  1. Philips is quoted on the NYSE (symbol: PHG), London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and other stock exchanges.
  2. It was a sales outlet for Philips lamps imported from overseas.
  3. The power toothbrush most recommended by dental professionals - Philips Sonicare.
  4. Financial statements Philips is furnishing the Financial Statements pursuant to the instructions of Item 18 of Form 20-F. Item 18.

Research

  1. In 2004, Philips' research center "HomeLabs" created the Mirror TV technology used in their MiraVision television line.
  2. Many of these innovations have their roots in the laboratories of Philips Research.
  3. CFT supported the product divisions and Philips Research in 2001 in several initiatives that strongly support the Company 's high-growth technology ambition.

Philips Introduced

  1. In 1979, Philips introduced the Video 2000 -system: a technically superior design, but a commercial failure.
  2. In 1978, Philips introduced the laserdisc player, using technology invented in the 1960s.
  3. In 1963, Philips introduced the Musicassette, or "compact audio cassette".

Semiconductors

  1. As such, Semiconductors was at the heart of many innovations in Philips over the past 50 years.
  2. Semiconductor-based solutions for connected consumer and communications applications from Philips Semiconductors.
  3. Over 60% of all TVs sold in 2002 contained a Philips Semiconductors product.
  4. Philips Semiconductors is one of the technological leaders of the semiconductor industry.
  5. Educated in France, his early career included positions at Philips Semiconductors, Signetics Corp.

Compact

  1. In 1991, Philips introduced the CD-i, the Compact Disc Interactive system which had many video-game console-type features.
  2. In 1992, Philips launched the compact disc in partnership with Sony.
  3. Sony introduced the MiniDisc format in 1993 as an alternative to Philips DCC or Digital Compact Cassette.

Healthcare

  1. Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. operates as an electronics company with activities in the domains of healthcare, lifestyle, and technology.
  2. Healthcare solutions by Philips Healthcare for diagnostic, treatment and preventative care.

Lighting

  1. Philips' Lighting's policy of leadership in innovation continues to bring rewards in the marketplace.
  2. Philips Lighting's new PowerLife battery gives more power and longer life than conventional alkaline batteries.

Name Philips

  1. Philips also used to sell major household appliances (whitegoods) under the name Philips.
  2. Philips started operations in India at Kolkata (Calcutta) in 1930 under the name Philips Electrical Co.
  3. The Company was incorporated as a limited partnership with the name Philips & Co under the laws of the Netherlands on May 15, 1891.

Shaver

  1. Philips produces the Philishave, a dry shaver which is based on the Philips-invented rotary shaving technique.
  2. He was shown a Philips three-headed shaver box.
  3. He said it might be the head of either a Philips or a Remington shaver.
  4. He sells shavers manufactured by Philips, Braun and Remington, but does not sell Remington rotary shavers.

De

  1. Philips se constituye en Espa-a en Marzo de 1926.
  2. Philips bracht ook als eerste in 1963 de audiocassette op de markt, die zeer succesvol was.

Division

  1. ASM Lithography is a spin-off from a division of Philips.
  2. In December 2005, Philips announced its intention to make the Semiconductor Division into a separate legal entity.

Headquarters

  1. Philips in the United Kingdom has its headquarters in Guildford, Surrey.
  2. In the last quarter of 2000, Philips Components moved its divisional headquarters from Eindhoven to Sunnyvale, California.

Rotary Shaver

  1. While Philips began making electric shavers in 1939, World War II delayed their marketing of the shaver in the USA until 1948.
  2. Mrs Billington was shown the 452 mark and recognised it as the faceplate of a Philips rotary shaver.
  3. In 1951, Philips introduced the Philishave two-headed rotary shaver, marketed in the USA under the Norelco name.

Manufacturing

  1. Philips Australia was founded in 1927 and has been involved in many activities over the years, esp manufacturing.
  2. Unfortunately the Marantz of today owned by Hitachi-Denon WILL NEVER be the same quality of the Old Philips manufacturing format.

Consumer

  1. Philips acquired Magnavox's consumer electronics division in 1974.
  2. While it did work to a degree, it also caused confusion to the consumer as to the difference between "Philips Magnavox" products and "Philips" products.
  3. Information on Philips consumer electronics products.
  4. Philips Global Global electronics company active in lighting, consumer electronics, domestic appliances, components, semiconductors, and medical systems.

Hair

  1. Philips DAP raised eyebrows in 2006 with the introduction of the Philips Norelco Bodygroom shaver for shaving male body hair.
  2. In recent years, Philips has extended the Philishave brand to include hair clippers, beard trimmers and beard shapers.

Club

  1. In 1913, to celebrate the Dutch 100 years of independence from France, Philips founded a sports club for its employees.
  2. The club was called Philips Sport Vereniging, or PSV, as it is now known.

Lg Philips

  1. For instance, LG.Philips announced in March it would invest $22 billion with its suppliers in new flat-screen production facilities over the next 10 years.
  2. Reuters reported on August 18, 2006 that LG.Philips LCD had decided against building a new 8th Generation plant and to build a 5.5 Generation plant instead.
  3. Already the world's largest plasma panel manufacturer, its joint venture, LG.Philips LCD, is the world's top maker of liquid-crystal displays for TVs.
  4. The division is a world leader in display technology and in large LCD displays (through LG.Philips LCD), color picture tubes for TVs and mobile displays.

Company Founded

  1. On 1 September 2006, it was announced in Berlin that the name of the new semiconductor company founded by Philips is NXP Semiconductors.
  2. The company was founded in 1891 by Gerard Philips, a maternal cousin of Karl Marx, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Facilities

  1. In March 2000 a fire at the Philips factory contaminated the sterile facility.
  2. Philips assured Ericsson and Nokia (the other major customer of the facility) that production would be delayed by less than a week.

Countries

  1. Philips has many different divisions in many different countries.
  2. Philips sponsors the Philips Monsters of Rock festival in many countries.
  3. In 2001, Philips successfully launched the Senseo coffeemaker, first in the Netherlands and from 2002 onwards, in other countries across Europe.

Marketed

  1. In 1939 Philips marketed their electric razor, the Philishave.
  2. All the major brand names are marketed in Mauritius, including Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, Philips, Samsung, and Sagem.

Philips

  1. Ericsson had decided to source chips for its phones from a single source, a Philips facility in New Mexico.
  2. Operating from the US as the North American Philips Company, they managed to run the company throughout the war.
  3. On May 9, 1940, the Philips directors were informed about the German invasion of the Netherlands to take place on May 10.
  4. Philips Applied Technology, Redhill, Surrey develops new products and sub-systems including digital TV and communication technologies.
  5. Whirlpool bought a 53% stake in Philips' major appliance operations to form Whirlpool International.

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