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2014-04-04 $75M project scales up power electronic prod'n in Europe
Led by Infineon, the eRamp project gathers together 26 research companies to focus on the introduction of new production and packaging technologies for power semiconductors.
2011-09-02 $6.5M funding to boost PV R&D
MTPV claims that its IC can generate electricity using 45 percent less heat than traditional systems.
2009-01-16 $55M fund to fuel Boston-Power Li-ion capital
Boston-Power Inc. has announced $55 million in new funding for capital use in its Sonata Li-ion batteries' manufacturing, sales, marketing and R&D.
2005-11-04 $3.6 billion IT research program approved in Europe
Europe has outlined and approved a program of collaborative research in IT, with plans to roughly double the budget of a forerunner program, to more than 3 billion euro (about $3.6 billion).
2010-08-31 $200,000 grant for LED partnership
SiC Systems, Smart Lighting ERC to collaborate on LEDs using large, efficient silicon carbide substrates
2009-01-27 $1B capex club finds fewer members
In the midst of a major IC downturn, the "$1 billion club" for semiconductor capital spending is expected to see only five members in 2009, down from nine players in 2008, says IC Insights.
2015-02-17 $1B analogue fab to rise in India
Cricket Semiconductor, a U.S.-based chip manufacturing company is set to build an analogue fab worth $1 billion in a state in Central India, according to IESA.
2009-02-24 $19B stimulus to boost health IT advancement
While heath care specialists commended the U.S. government's plan to spend $19 billion on information technology in the sector, some have deep concerns about the focus and effectiveness of the plan and the current lack of interoperable systems.
2006-11-23 $16.5M funding fuels Intematix' LED, SSL agenda
Intematix Corp. has raised $16.5 million in a series C venture capital financing round led by Crosslink Capital and Samsung Ventures.
2012-08-02 $125 MIPS-based Jelly Bean tablet rolls in India
Karbonn Mobile India's tablet features Android 4.1 that claims to be the lowest cost tablet on the market featuring the latest OS.
2008-06-19 $1.6B Cadence buyout offer not enough, Mentor says
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has submitted a buyout proposal to Mentor Graphics Corp. June 17 but industry observers believe that Cadence is unlikely to get the company on its current terms notwithstanding the double-digit premium it is willing to pay.
2013-03-13 "Electronic blood" developed for cooling effect
IBM is exploring the use of "electronic blood" to not only cool but also to power the cognitive computers of the future.
2013-05-17 "Brain training" to ease rehab for stroke victims
A research team developed a "brain training device" that can detect brainwaves and in turn control the movement of paralyzed limbs of stroke patients.
2002-11-18 null
The debate on whether FPGAs would eventually replace ASICs is moot because both would continue to have their own supporters; the best way is a product that has the power of an ASIC and the flexibility of a FPGA.
2002-01-18 null
The consumption of relays in the Asia-Pacific market totaled $1.5 million in 2000 and is forecast to reach $1.8 million in 2005, according to Venture Development Corp.'s Asia-Pacific Market Data Report.
2002-01-29 null
According to a study by the German Association of Electronics Industry (ZVEI), China is expected to become the third largest user of microelectronics by 2005.
2005-04-01 null
Because of its cost-effective control functions, 8bit MCUs continue to be the workhorse of the automotive industry.
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