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Possible Answers: ESS, REGAL, POSH, ROYAL, GRAND, BLUESY.
Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Apr 23 2022
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Random information on the term “ESS”:
ESS Technology Incorporated is a private manufacturer of computer multimedia products, Audio DACs and ADCs based in Fremont, California with R&D centers in Kelowna, BC Canada and Beijing, China. It was founded by Forrest Mozer in 1983. Robert L. Blair is the CEO and President of the company.
Historically, ESS Technology was most famous for their line of their Audiodrive chips for audio cards. Now they are known for their line of Sabre DAC and ADC products.
ESS Technologies was founded in 1983 as Electronic Speech Systems, by Professor Forrest Mozer, a space physicist at the University of California, Berkeley and Todd Mozer, Forrest Mozer’s son, and Joe Costello, the former manager of National Semiconductors Digitalker line of talking chips. Costello left soon after the formation and started Cadence Designs with his former boss from National. Fred Chan VLSI designer and software engineer, in Berkeley, California, joined in 1985, and took over running the company in 1986 when Todd Mozer left for graduate school.
Random information on the term “POSH”:
Posh is a 1980 album released by R&B singer Patrice Rushen, her third album for Elektra Records and sixth album overall. The album was recently re-released on Wounded Bird Records, as were several other Rushen albums from the time. Following the Pizzazz album, Posh was the continuation of a string of R&B/pop albums that would establish Rushen as an R&B singer.
“Look Up!,” “I Need Your Love,” “The Funk Won’t Let You Down,” “Time Will Tell” highlighted Patrice’s reach into R&B territory. Whereas, songs such as the Stevie Wonder-esque “I Need Your Love” and the rock-leaning “Time Will Tell” were representative of her new progressive sound.
This album was released just before her breakthrough 1982 album, Straight from the Heart.