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2011-04-01 Battery cost reductions to propel EV adoption
Electric vehicle proponents are devoting their energies to battery and power electronics development, particularly to increasing energy density to reduce the price of Li-ion and other battery types
2012-08-17 Australian universities secure grant for PV research
The University of New South Wales and the University of Queensland have secured $40.7 million from the Education Investment Fund Research Infrastructure Program
2015-04-28 Asian giants get ready for 5G
5G services must be hyper energy efficient, have hyper accurate positioning, as well as extreme cost effectiveness and reliability. To achieve this, industry must develop multi-radio access technology
2011-03-01 Asian electronics growth boosts connector demand
Electronics Demand is being driven by technology-advanced features consumers want, pent-up demand for new infrastructure and the thrust toward sustainability. And Asia is the center of major engagements
2008-08-13 Applied wins solar service contract from Taiwan's GET
Applied Materials Inc. has signed a five-year service contract with Taiwan's Green Energy Technology Inc. of Taiwan to support its Applied SunFab Thin Film Line for solar module manufacturing
2010-11-02 APEC focus on broadband, ICT
Communications and technology ministers from Asia-Pacific vow to further develop ICT, broadband infrastructure
2010-06-23 Analysis: Chengdu takes on hi-tech challenges
Chengdu City is fast becoming the next major biotechnology, chip, LED and renewable energy hub in China, making enormous strides to find its niche in IT and software
2007-02-09 AMD server processors tout 'best performance-per-watt'
Designed to offer industry-leading performance-per-watt, AMD's new Opteron processors are suitable for energy-conscious customers looking to reduce power and cooling bills and to achieve greater density in the datacenter
2014-11-07 AllSeen Alliance adds new members to make headway in IoT
The collaboration is rapidly building out its membership to target various areas of opportunity in the Internet of Everything such as security, connected lighting and networking infrastructure
2012-06-04 A look at environmentally-aware lighting
The coming wave of cognitive lighting will demand independent smart sensors that are environmentally aware to provide data on the surrounding environment and save energy
2013-11-21 3M, Allied Control uncloak immersion cooling data center
Using 3M Novec Engineered Fluids as the primary coolant, Allied Control completed the data center project that aims to reduce energy use in data centers
2009-06-03 Singapore's M1 preps for high-speed mobile broadband
Russian Railways has partnered with IBM Corp. to help optimize its IT infrastructure and is using new technologies to improve its freight and passenger management systems
2014-09-04 Thwarting IoT security threats with ARM TrustZone
Virtualisation can be leveraged to enable consolidation of connected devices, and ARM TrustZone can be utilised to tackle security threats to the Internet of Things.
2007-08-16 Southeast Asia turns into prime EMS hub
In varying degrees throughout the region, Southeast Asia is becoming a prime location for design and engineering services, highly sophisticated supply chains and complex product manufacturing.
2011-09-22 SoC designers and network stability
SoC designers may be as deficient in their ability to model the stability of their networks as the power industry is for theirs, and designers may be approaching a problem of similar complexity.
2009-02-09 PV panel revenue to plunge in '09
Bringing an end to eight consecutive years of growth, global revenue for photovoltaic (PV) panels is expected to plunge by nearly 20 percent in 2009, as a massive oversupply causes prices to drop, according to iSuppli Corp.
2009-09-04 Partners release OFDM-based PLC spec
The OFDM-based PLC specification facilitates global smart grid implementations and supports the IPv6 internet-protocol standard.
2007-10-18 Zigbee gets upgrade in PRO stack
The Zigbee Alliance has approved the Zigbee PRO profile stack that adds advanced features and greater flexibility to the original specification, particularly related to ease-of-use and support for larger networks.
2010-05-19 Yingli to supply 33MV PV modules to Spain's MAETEL
Yingli has agreed to supply 33MW of photovoltaic modules to MAETEL from the beginning of October 2010 through the end of April 2011.
2007-12-17 Xilinx intensifies commitment to Asia
Willem Roelandts, Xilinx chairman, CEO and president, talks about their commitment to Asia and the future of FPGA industry.
2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2014-04-08 Wireless tech detaches from traditional networks
With the ultra narrowband technology, Senaptic aims to find system integrator partners who will implement the system themselves, excluding mobile operators in the equation.
2009-12-14 Wireless MCUs suit Zigbee, IPv6/6LoWPAN apps
Atmel debuts a new family of AVR wireless microcontroller devices designed for wireless applications such as Zigbee and IPv6/6LoWPAN.
2008-03-14 Wipro enters R&D deal on high-performance computing
India's Wipro Technologies has joined forces with U.S.-based Scalable Informatics, a high-performance computing vendor, to provide expanded R&D services to the computer market.
2012-01-31 Why compliance to PoE safety standards is crucial when moving beyond 60W
Read about the realities of delivering high-power levels safely and effectively under the latest PoE standard.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2011-09-06 What happened to fuel cells?
Three years ago, fuel cells were believed to be the technology that would stop U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
2008-11-17 Welcome the wireless chief
How businesses learn to communicate within their organization is about to be dramatically reshaped, as machines are learning to talk.
2014-08-05 WattUp takes RF approach to wire-free wearables charging
The RF platform developed by U.S.-based start-up Energous utilises 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz as well as 5.7GHz to 5.8GHz frequencies to power wearable devices and accessories up to 10W.
2008-09-09 Vmware, Fujitsu bring server virtualization to Southeast Asia
Fujitsu Asia and VMware Inc. have announced a local OEM distribution agreement to offer end-to-end server virtualization solutions across the Southeast Asia region.
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