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2009-12-07 1.6kW power supplies pack fan-speed control
Safety Power Group is rolling out a new range of 1.6kW power supplies that features fan-speed control to reduce acoustic noise.
2015-03-16 1,600 lose jobs in Cypress-Spansion merger
The merger of Cypress Semiconductor and Spansion will result in layoffs of 1,600 employees worldwide, or 20 per cent of their combined workforces, according to an internal memo.
2005-01-27 0402-packaged resistors with 'industry's widest resistance range'
Vishay extended its family of Vishay Beyschlag thin film flat chip resistors with the introduction of high-stability, precision devices in miniature 0402 packages.
2007-04-02 0.55mm ESD protection array has eight diodes
Vishay Intertechnology says it has released the industry's first ESD protection array to integrate eight diodes in the small, leadless LLP1713 package with a profile of 0.55mm.
2006-05-16 0.35m CMOS process allows voltages from 3.3V to 120V
austriamicrosystems' Full Service Foundry business unit announced its 0.35m high-voltage CMOS technology H35 with an additional set of 120V NMOS and PMOS devices.
2006-10-04 'Three-minute' epoxy withstands -269.1C
Master Bond's EP51M is a suitable adhesive/sealant for cryogenic applications as it is serviceable at temperatures down to -269.1C.
2011-04-18 'Smart' system CPUs to more than double by 2015
Smart systems will use over 12.5 billion processor cores in 2015, more than double the core consumption in 2010.
2008-10-23 'Smart' car key prototype introduced
BMW Group Research and Technology and NXP Semiconductors have unveiled a prototype of what they claim is the world's first multifunctional car key.
2007-11-14 'Smallest' serializer ships for mini-cameras
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the industry's smallest serializer, which the company says is ideal for ultracompact cameras.
2007-11-09 'Ion-mask' tech keeps moisture off electronics
U.K. startup P21 has announced a technology that it claims be the latest weapon for electronics companies to prevent moisture ingress from high humidity, rain or accidental immersion in water.
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).
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