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2009-12-16 Asia Pacific green trend boosts fuel cells
The stationary fuel cells segment that earned $142 million in 2008, will grow to $1.9 billion by 2015, says Frost & Sullivan.
2008-07-10 Applied to build 'green' Asia hub in Singapore
Applied Materials has broken ground for the construction of a new Singapore operations facility that will serve as a hub for Applied's business activities throughout Asia.
2015-10-23 Apple takes green initiatives in China
Apple's green initiative in China will avoid over 20 million metric tons of greenhouse gas pollution between now and 2020, equivalent to taking nearly four million cars off the road for one year.
2009-08-28 Analog IC makes small engines green
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a new analog chip that could reduce emissions from small gasoline engines.
2002-05-27 Amkor ships "green" CSPs
Amkor Technology Inc. has announced that its entire CSP portfolio will be eliminating lead and halide-based materials to comply with DfE initiatives.
2004-01-14 Amkor certified 'Green Partner' by Sony
Amkor Technology Inc. has received "green partner" status from Sony Corp.
2006-12-21 AMD goes 'green' with Pb-free bumping tech
Advanced Micro Devices has entered into an agreement to license Amkor Technology's Pb-free electroplated wafer bumping technology.
2009-02-20 AMD foundry spin-off gets green light
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. shareholders have voted to approve the proposed spinout of its manufacturing operations into a separate foundry company.
2005-06-15 Aeluros makes 'green' versions
Aeluros recently announced green variants of its Puma 10Gbps physical layer IC devices.
2008-07-09 Adapter complies with green energy standards
Phihong is offering an extended line of unregulated switching adapters that comply with the U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act that goes into effect in July.
2012-07-24 Acer Foundation holds inaugural Green Innovation Contest
Acer Foundation has announced its first Green Innovation Contest in hopes to inspire students to create green and sustainable solutions.
2010-01-21 20W AC/DC converters meet 2013 EU green rules
Measuring 52.4mm x 27.2mm x 23.5mm, the converters target universal mains with input voltages of 90-264Vac.
2009-01-22 2009: year of green FPD implementation
DisplaySearch reports that 20 percent of flat-panel display (FPD) shipments in 2008 had green features, making it the year of green FPD development, and dubs 2009 as the year of green implementation.
2007-11-23 10GbE switch makes data centers green
Broadcom has released a 1010GbE switch that provides 240Gbits of multilayer switching capacity on a single chip.
2009-04-07 'Green' solutions go 'smart'
Omron Corp. and IBM are working together to provide "smart" solutions that lower energy use, reduce carbon dioxide emissions and increase efficiency in transportation operations.
2007-11-15 'Green' silicon ink prints cheaper RFID tags
Kovio claimed that RFID tags using its 'green' silicon ink will drop Kovio's price from 15 cents today to 5 cents by 2008, when Kovio begins volume production of its inkjet-printed RFID tags.
2006-12-12 'Green' energy powers Motorola's GSM base station
Motorola Inc. has completed its one-year trial of running a remote GSM base stations using alternative power systems.
2008-10-09 'Green' energy emerging from two lighting systems
Despite the attention drawn on other sources of energy to increase available power, some measures are targeted to the conservation of energy. Along with "making more," the energy challenge is also aimed at "using less."
2011-04-26 'Green' efforts lauded by NI grant program
NI's 2011 Green Engineering Grant program will specifically recognize technologies that improve the smart grid and provide the foundation for a clean energy future.
2009-04-28 'Green' displays to take center stage
The Green Display Expo slated in July is set to explore how technology, standards and regulations will affect display use and disposal.
2008-10-27 'Green Fan' carries thermal speed control
For design engineers seeking a way to reduce energy consumption in industrial enclosures and electronic equipment cabinets, Orion Fans has developed a thermal speed control option for several of its DC fan models.
2009-05-07 'First' red-green-blue-white multichip LED debuts
Cree Inc. has expanded its high-power color LED product offerings with what it claims is the first multichip MC-E LED with red, green, blue and white chipsall in a single package.
2009-07-06 Zigbee standard addresses energy harvesting apps
The Zigbee Alliance has provided details on Zigbee Green Power feature set to establish a global, standard technology for self-powered devices operating through energy harvesting techniques.
2011-01-07 What next for 2011?
The strong fundamentals of favorable demographics and insatiable demand for higher performance products surely outweigh any risk caused by financial turbulence, says Tektronix's David Carew-Jones.
2008-04-22 VCSO has expanded frequency range, ultralow jitter
The VS-705 VCSO from Vectron International delivers new and improved features including an expanded frequency range and power management capabilities that support "green" initiatives.
2011-06-24 Universities to help drive energy savings innovations
Universities are endorsing student competitions to promote green technologies and deliver promising innovations in energy savings.
2007-10-31 U.S. Senate hikes up foreign workers fee
Following the European Union's move to open its doors for skilled workers, the U.S. Senate has voted to approve a $3,500 fee increase for U.S. companies bringing them to America.
2015-02-10 TSMC to expand Taiwan fab with $16B investment
TSMC has raised its capital expenditure budget for 2015 to $11.5-12 billion, an increase of 11.5-20 per cent compared with 2014, mainly due to its confidence in demand for advanced geometries.
2008-05-29 Toyota, Matsushita set up new battery plant for hybrid cars
A week after announcing it will build its second battery plant for 'green cars,' Toyota Motor Corp. disclosed it will rev up production of its hybrid cars and is planning a third battery plant in Japan.
2008-07-09 Toyota to make Prius hybrids 'greener' with solar panels
Responding to the increasing demand for "green" cars, Toyota Motor is set to install solar panels on some Prius hybrids in its next remodeling, a person with direct knowledge of the matter disclosed.
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