Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > EU government help

EU government help Search results

total search14 articles
2008-12-12 SEMI calls for EU intervention to save jobs
SEMI Europe calls for immediate government intervention as the increasing competition pressure could endanger up to half a million jobs the in European semiconductor industry and its suppliers
2009-10-27 NXP, Infineon help EU's BioP@ss eID project
The BioP@ss ID card project seeks to do the technical spadework for an electronic ID chip valid throughout the EU
2008-10-16 REACH notice duty looms over industry
If complying with RoHS was a nightmare, brace yourself for REACH. In force since June 2007, it is now moving into a phase that will require "importers" and manufacturers of "articles" that contain certain "substances" at a concentration level of 0.1 percent or greater by weight to formally notify their customers when they deliver the product, and provide safe-use instructions.
2007-10-04 Infineon's Ziebart: European chip industry needs subsidies
Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart called for more subsidies for the European chip industry, or the industry would be forced to relocate.
2008-11-14 Executives seek to bring back Europe's glory days
Europe needs to master innovation and shape its own semiconductor future to restore competitiveness, according to a report from the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
2007-01-16 Hong Kong S&T Park exec tackles China RoHS
Less than a year after the EU's RoHS directive took effect, the industry is again bracing itself for another, reportedly tougher, environmental regulation China's Administration on the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products
2015-05-18 Growing facial recognition market to hit $2.2B in 2020
The market is driven by increased demand for surveillance systems by civil and government agencies due to the rising crimes and terrorist activities across the globe, noted Transparency Market Research
2013-03-14 Sensor makers need scalable product lines to compete globally
Honeywell's James McKenna talks about several technology trends in the medical device market and how those affect sensor manufacturers.
2008-09-26 PWM controller ensures better standby mode capacity
STMicroelectronics has released the L6591 PWM controller, which the company claimed is the first integrated controller intended for zero-voltage switching asymmetrical half-bridge converters.
2013-03-26 How the sun set for Suntech Power
IHS said the firm's run from solar module dominance to bankruptcy resulted from misplaced investments, misguided pricing strategy and antidumping action in the U.S.
2007-08-30 Green concerns climb corporate IT agenda in Asia
While the effort to decrease the environmental impact of IT is still in the nascent stage, green concerns are climbing up the corporate IT agenda in the Asia Pacific, reports Springboard Research.
2006-12-20 CRM PFC controllers offer 'best' THD level
Fairchild's CRM PFC controllers use a patent-pending variable on-time control method to achieve THD performance of <10 percent at 25 percent load, 265Vac, for high system reliability.
2015-06-30 CEA-Leti realigns research focus: FD-SOI takes centre stage
Leti, equipped with 200nm and 300nm wafer fabs, pioneered in its labs one of the key technologies in manufacturing SOI wafers, transferred it to Soitec, and worked with ST in chips based on FD-SOI.
2009-05-19 Cars with embedded telematics to reach 43% by 2014
Amid a very challenging automotive environment, OEMs continue to enhance existing embedded and hybrid telematics services and/or launch new ones, driving global penetration rates in new cars to 12 percent in 2010 and 43 percent in 2014.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

Back to Top