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2008-05-21 Nissan-NEC JV ramps Li-ion battery production
Automotive Energy Supply Corp., the JV company of Nissan Motor, NEC and its subsidiary NEC TOKIN, has begun full operations.
2007-04-17 Nissan-NEC JV eyes development of Li-ion battery for cars
Nissan Motor, NEC, and its subsidiary, NEC TOKIN, have signed an agreement to establish a joint-venture company to focus on Li-ion battery business for wide-scale automotive application by 2009.
2003-02-10 Nissan, UTC partner on fuel cell technology development
Nissan Motor Co. and UTC Fuel Cells have agreed to jointly develop the proton exchange membrane fuel cell technology.
2016-01-26 Nissan shells out $37.75M for UK Li-ion battery plant
The investment will help maintain 300 highly-skilled jobs in manufacturing, maintenance and engineering at Nissan's advanced lithium-ion battery plant in Sunderland, the largest of its type in Europe.
2014-03-19 Nissan probes into electron activity to prolong battery life
Nisan, along with other researchers, has developed an analysis method to observe and monitor the active materials within electrodes for boosting the battery performance of zero emission EVs.
2011-01-14 Nissan Chemical, Sematech join forces for EUV research
The company joined Sematech's Resist Materials and Development Center at University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering to cut line edge roughness and pattern collapse in images below 22nm.
2006-03-14 Lite-On, Yulon Nissan sign R&D agreement
Optoelectronics manufacturer Lite-On Technology Corp. and automotive parts maker Yulon Nissan Motor have announced a joint agreement to develop LED-based automotive headlights.
2015-02-16 World's greatest cars: Is yours on the list?
Much more than being able to carry us from point A to point B, today's cars have transformed from being a simple means of transportation into something short of science fiction contraptions.
2012-07-24 Half of cars will be electric in 15 years, predicts Tesla CEO
Lux Research went against the optimistic forecast by saying that by 2020, less than one percent of new vehicles will be fully electric while Pike Research noted only a one percent forecast.
2010-10-13 Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
2004-02-27 Asian automakers join FlexRay effort
The FlexRay Consortium has confirmed that Toyota, Nissan, Honda, and Hyundai Kia Motors have joined the consortium, thus putting the weight of the overwhelming majority of major automakers behind the FlexRay effort to create a common standard for automotive by-wire technology.
2009-06-22 Amimon plans WHDI-Wi-Fi combo
CEO Nissan-Cohen believes Amimon can roll out silicon combining WHDI and Wi-Fi technologies before the end of 2010.
2010-06-09 WHDI 2.0 spec to cover 3D, mobile app integration
The WHDI 2.0 specification will include support for full 3D and next-gen 4Kx2K HD format; as well as mobile app integration through reduced power consumption.
2002-03-14 Tower yields first 0.18?m wafer output
Israel wafer manufacturer Tower Semiconductor Ltd has produced its first 0.18?m wafer output from its Fab 2 pilot line with higher-than-expected yields.
2002-01-22 Tower completes installation of pilot line in Fab 2
Tower Semiconductor Ltd has completed the installation of a pilot production line for 0.185m process technology in its Fab 2.
2009-12-07 Telematics shipments to quadruple by 2016
By 2016, 68.4 million cars will ship with telematics systems installed by OEMs according to iSuppli Corp.
2007-05-25 Telematics microprocessor rolls for automobiles
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has unveiled a microprocessor that aims to integrate all the control electronics for an automobile cockpit into a single low-power device.
2015-06-15 Taking apart the iPhone 6 Plus battery
TechInsights looked into the iPhone 6 Plus battery, weighing in at 43g, which initially is not standing out from the trend line and does not seem to be special, but being Apple it is nonetheless interesting.
2005-06-27 Sony's new CEO plans to rejuvenate company
Howard Stringer made no bones about his first assignment as new chief executive of Sony Corp. in a shareholders meeting.
2013-10-04 Smart devices and the future of keyless entry technology
Junko Yoshida discusses the potential of smart watches and smartphones as tools for keyless entry as well as how some automakers are treating the idea with scepticism.
2011-03-31 Sensor shortage impacts global car production
Global automotive production is expected to drop up to 30 percent in the next few weeks due to a shortage of airflow sensors.
2015-12-14 Samsung dips into autonomous driving pool
The Korean company will create a new division to develop new business with a focus on autonomous driving technologies, in-vehicle entertainment and satellite navigation.
2016-04-12 Renesas to appoint 3rd CEO in less than a year
The Japanese chip company will hire Bunsei Kure, a former CEO of Calsonic Kansai, a large Japanese automotive component supplier, as its new president and CEO.
2012-07-18 Rapid expansion projected for Chinese Telematics market
Recent forecasts by IMS research project that OEM in-vehicle telematics in China will soon become a billion dollar market.
2009-11-20 Partners work on WHDI reference design
Amimon and Maxim Integrated will offer a joint reference design based on Maxim's WHDI RF chipset that interfaces directly to the Amimon WHDI baseband chipset.
2013-07-25 Nvdia launches 12Gb GPU for 4k resolutions
The Quadro K6000 GPU is based on the NVIDIA Kepler architecture and features a 12GB ultra-fast GDDR5 graphics memory, 2,880 streaming multi-processor (SMX) cores and an ultra-low latency video I/O.
2008-05-19 NEC, Sanyo make Li-ion batteries for 'green' cars
Sanyo Electric and NEC last week were reported to have entered separate partnerships with carmakers for the manufacture of Li-ion batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles.
2002-09-27 Motorola to transfer 0.135m process to Tower
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector will transfer its copper 0.135m CMOS process technology to Israel's Tower Semiconductor Ltd. as part of a technology transfer deal.
2011-03-17 Most Japan fabs survive 8.9 quake
Although there are few reports of damages on production facilities due to the quake, power shortages may render some of the fabs off line as the country recovers from last week's tragedy.
2015-02-04 Mobile, car apps take CMOS image sensor market to new heights
The CMOS image sensor market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.6 per cent from 2014-2020 and reach an annual market value of $16.2 billion in 2020, predicted Yole.
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