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2007-09-20 Renesas, Quantum partner on capacitive touch sensing
Renesas Technology and Quantum Research Group have announced they are collaborating on capacitive touch sensing solutions.
2006-08-30 Quantum unrolls 'breakthrough' touch sensor IC
Quantum Research Group has released the QT1106, a complete control IC that combines the functionality of a touch slider or wheel with seven additional keys.
2007-09-24 Atmel equips MCUs with Quantum capacitive touch tech
Atmel Corp. has licensed Quantum Research Group's QTouch and QMatrix capacitive touch technologies to be programmed into Atmel picoPower AVR microcontrollers.
2008-02-08 Atmel enters touch sensing market with Quantum acquisition
Atmel has signed an agreement to acquire Quantum Research Group, an independent developer of capacitive sensing IP and solutions for user interfaces.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers
2012-10-23 Research shows optical vortices on a chip
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the Universities of Glasgow and Sun Yat-sen and Fudan in China demonstrated integrated arrays of emitters of so called 'optical vortex beams' onto a silicon chip.
2007-05-09 Research group demos the first controllably coupled qubits
NEC Corp., Japan Science and Technology Agency and the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research have demonstrated the world's first quantum bit (qubit) circuit that can control the coupling strength between qubits
2011-01-19 Qubits reversible transfer could enable broadband quantum networks
Researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn have successfully demonstrated the reversible transfer of entangled qubits from a quantum network waveguide to a solid-state memory device, bringing the concept of broadband quantum networks closer to reality
2015-01-30 Quantum entanglement made possible by Italian team
A research team used a 20um ring oscillator that emits constant stream of entangled photons for the quantum computers and uncrackable encryption chips of the future
2014-09-01 Photonic circuit pushes boundaries of quantum tech
Scientists at the Niels Bohr Institute have succeeded in creating a steady stream of photons emitted one at a time and in a particular direction.
2005-12-12 Consortium seeks to ramp nanoelectronics research
A consortium of companies has announced its first research grants under the Semiconductor Industry Association's new Nanoelectronics Research Initiative
2008-09-02 Bell Labs drops IC research biz
Bell Labs has confirmed Aug. 29 that it is exiting the semiconductor researcher business.
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan
2014-11-03 Start-ups, robotics research drive YC founder
Each year Y Combinator gives seed funds to a few dozen start-ups and coaches them along to their first prototype demos. The start-up incubator has funded a whopping 740 or more start-ups to date, including hits such as AirBnB, Dropbox, Pebble, and Reddit.
2004-06-30 SIA sets national research initiative
The Semiconductor Industry Association has approved formation of the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative to develop exotic nanoscale devices
2013-06-06 Research: Precise tuning of quantum dot emissions
MIT researchers found a way to make quantum dots even more efficient at delivering precisely tuned colours of light that could be used to improve colour displays and biomedical monitoring systems
2013-12-02 Research: Gauging depth with only one reflected photon
Novel lidar-like rangefinders has the potential to measure depth from a hundredth as much light, and to produce images from only one nine-hundredth the light as regular lidar systems.
2013-03-27 Nanowires boost quantum-dot PV system efficiency
MIT researchers have embedded particles called quantum dots within a forest of nanowires that promise to provide a significant boost for photovoltaic cells
2012-03-01 IBM jumps final quantum computing hurdle
Researchers reported breakthroughs such as millisecond coherence times in quantum computing technology
2006-01-25 Group formed to commercialize quantum cryptography
A consortium of companies and universities has formed a joint venture to commercialize diamond encrusted single photon sources that are a crucial component of quantum cryptography systems
2009-04-21 Group claims smallest diamond transistor
University of Glasgow researchers have developed what they claim to be the smallest diamond transistor ever with 50nm gate lengths.
2002-12-17 Flash gets a quantum makeover at IEDM
Research at the University of Tokyo and at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. dangles the possibility of using quantum-well technology to breathe new life into Flash memory
2010-05-18 Dimmer switch tailored for quantum computing
NIST has developed a "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit and a quantum bus
2005-02-09 UK group readies tuned optical amp for 40Gb networks
The Center for Integrated Photonics has begun sampling a semiconductor optical amplifier that is targeted at optical networks operating at 40Gbps.
2004-03-19 Group announces 150km-long single-photon transmission
A group of companies has jointly succeeded in realizing the world's longest 150km-long single-photon transmission
2007-02-26 Touch sensor IC features increased sensitivity
The new touch sensor IC from Quantum Research features increased sensitivity compared to its predecessor, which in turn has led to as much as a 50 percent power reduction under most operating conditions
2006-11-06 Touch sensor chips detect finger through 50mm panels
Quantum Research Group has announced new touch sensor chips that can sense the touch of a finger through panels 50mm or more in thickness when used with a scanned X-Y passive matrix.
2005-08-01 Sensor chips offer huge cost savings
The new QTouch QT220 and QT240 charge-transfer digital sensor chips from Quantum Research Group facilitate the manufacture of man-machine interfaces at a cost comparable to using electromechanical switches.
2005-03-15 First capacitive touch slider IC?
Quantum Research Group released what it bills as the world's first capacitive touch slider IC.
2005-11-07 Capacitive touch sensors feature low power consumption
Saelig Co. offers the new QT110 for charge-transfer capacitive touch-sensing switch applications.
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