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2010-02-02 UV LEDs promise improved lifespan, durability
Lumex's QuasarBrite UV family of LEDs provides a 10x longer lifespan, a tight beam angle, enhanced durability and up to 50 percent cost savings compared to alternative technologies.
2011-09-06 UV LEDs offer 10x longer life span
Lumex has announced a family of UV LEDs that claim to save energy consumption by 70 percent and lower costs by 50 percent compared to CCFLs.
2013-03-14 UV LED market primed for huge 2012-2017
According to Yole Developpement, for the period from 2012 to 2017, the market volume will grow at an average rate of 43 per cent per year, with the main market drivers being curing applications.
2015-08-20 USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers.
2005-09-26 U.S. talks tough on IP enforcement
Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said the United States would step up enforcement of IP laws, although some believe the efforts would fall short in preventing the rampant problem in China and other nations.
2007-04-11 U.S. files two WTO cases against China
The United States will file two World Trade Organization cases vs. Chinaone regarding deficiencies in China's legal body to protect and enforce copyrights and trademarks on various products and the second on China's distribution barriers to trade in books, music, videos and movies.
2007-05-17 Tools feature embedded cryptographic security
Atmel Corp. is offering a development kit for a nonvolatile memory surrounded by a 64bit embedded cryptographic processor.
2011-08-17 The fight against counterfeiting
Counterfeiting is an epidemic and has infiltrated the entire supply chain, so equipment manufacturers need to mount a strong defense.
2007-10-26 SIA welcomes international effort vs. counterfeiting
SIA has issued a statement lauding the announcement by U.S. Trade Rep. Susan C. Schwab that the United States, Canada, the European Commission, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Switzerland would initiate negotiations on an Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
2008-04-23 SIA launches fight against fake chips
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) has released a directory of authorized silicon distributors as part of an ongoing effort to counter the rising problem of chip counterfeiting.
2012-05-28 SIA drafts global tariff policy
"We were able to agree that for the good of the industry and the growth of the semiconductor industry we should petition respective governments to eliminate tariffs all chips including multichip packages," said Brian Toohey, president of the SIA.
2006-07-28 Security solution checks chip design pilferage
Certicom released a security solution to help fabless chip designers protect proprietary IC designs and reduce the problem of illicit surplus chip manufacturing for the gray market.
2003-06-02 Security risks threaten FPGA designers
The rapidly growing importance of FPGAs and microprocessors in systems, plus increasing time-to-market pressures, has led to security being 'overlooked' in most systems.
2008-09-22 Security chips monitor unauthorized batteries
Infineon has released what it claimed as the industry's first chip employing asymmetric authentication with elliptic curve cryptography and an integrated temperature sensor.
2012-05-03 Samsung leapfrogs Nokia in mobile phone race
Samsung Electronics has taken the cellphone sales crown from Nokia Corp. According to IC Insights, Samsung's cellphone sales revenue jumped 47 percent to $48.2 billion in 2011.
2008-03-06 RFID market to hit $1.4B in China, notes ABI
The total market revenue of RFID applications in China will hit nearly $1.4 billion this year, according to ABI Research.
2007-11-16 RFID hits roadblocks in war vs. fake drugs
The electronics industry has been counting on RFID's adoption as the antidote to drug counterfeiting. But legal wrangling and federal foot-dragging are raising concerns that the technology's adoption for tracking drugs through the supply chain may no longer be a given.
2007-12-07 RFID devices with crypto engine prevent counterfeiting
Atmel has unveiled the CryptoRF 13.56MHz RFID devices with 64bit embedded cryptographic engine, mutual authentication capability and up to 16 individually configurable zones.
2006-07-25 Researcher developing anti-RFID device
Researchers in Amsterdam say they have completed a device that prevents RFID tags from being read. The goal of the research project is to protect people from a technology that is gaining wide acceptance but has the potential to compromise consumer privacy.
2014-07-14 Quantum dots make light work of light
The tiny crystals have made its mark in applications including displays, solar panels and, now, in anti-counterfeiting with their ability to emit unique signature of light frequencies.
2014-12-04 Protecting FPGA system with secure authenticator
Learn about the general problems that counterfeiters pose for original equipment manufacturers and end customers, and how these concerns can be addressed.
2006-06-20 Philips' RFID tech powers World Cup tickets
FIFA partnered with Philips to provide contactless ticketing based on RFID tech to ensure only genuine ticket holders get access to the World Cup games.
2014-04-21 Online community looks to mitigate counterfeiting problem
The Trusted Global Buyers Network formed by Network Product Solutions is a crowdsourcing community, where members evaluate suppliers to establish a databank of trustworthy sources, mitigating counterfeiting and obsolescence problems in the process.
2012-11-15 NXP, Murata reveal dual interface RFID sol'n
NXP's UCODE I2C technology enables a wireless communication link between the application processor and the UHF reader, enabling bidirectional and unlimited data transfer.
2007-06-26 NXP design center aims to up RFID adoption
NXP Semiconductors has set up a Reference Design Centre (RDC) in Austria to facilitate deployment and adoption of RFID technology.
2011-05-19 NXP debuts 'Internet of things' campaign with lighting tech
NXP's GreenChip smart lighting solution opens a fully new dimension in energy efficient lighting by choosing lighting controls as the first apps for its wireless communication technology.
2013-04-12 Metal-coated nanostructures print images at 100,000dpi
Using the new printing technique, colour images cannot be any more detailed as two adjacent dots blur into one if they are closer than half the wavelength of the light reflecting from them.
2014-11-07 Managing rechargeable batteries with BIF
This article tackles the techniques and rules to help manage the use of rechargeable batteries, and the basic parameters of the BIF specification. It also explains how to deal with communication failure.
2006-10-17 Korean, U.S. companies partner on deep UV LEDs
Seoul Optodevice and Sensor Electronic Technology have completed the joint development of a new line of deep UV LEDs that double output power and lifetime than existing devices.
2014-11-24 Japan's Megachips eyes sensor hubs for IoT devices
Megachips is Japan's only fabless chip company listed among the top 25 in the world by IC Insights. The company has worldwide revenues of more than $600 million.
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