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2009-03-18 Toward a greener IT landscape in Asia
Environmental protection is somewhat more complex than the old "3Rs" rule of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," and IT firms and Asian governments have major roles to play to provide a greener Asia.
2003-05-19 Toshiba expands high luminosity LED offering
Toshiba Corp. has announced the addition of bluish green and purple LEDs to its high luminosity LED product line.
2008-06-17 Toshiba doubles 2025 CO2 emission reduction target
Toshiba Corp. has revised its goal to contribute to global CO2 emission reductions that more than doubles its initial target and takes it up to 117.7 million tons a year by 2025.
2010-09-09 Top 31 tech startups named by World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum names the top 31 startups based on how well they have answered a basic human need with their innovative technologies.
2013-05-27 TI intros OMAP5432-based EVM for industrial apps
The EVM claims to enable quick benchmarking for applications demanding high-performance processing and graphics at low power, including HMI, digital signage and medical monitoring end equipment.
2004-11-01 The humble power supply
Power supplies that provide ample standby power and full operating load can create enormous reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and even enormous markets for forward-thinking companies.
2009-07-09 Taiwan to boost its clean tech industry
Over the next five years, the Taiwan government will invest a total of $1.4 billion (NT$45 billion) to boost the island's clean tech or green energy industry.
2008-07-01 Synopsys gears up for 'techonomic' challenges
According to chairman and CEO of Synopsys Aart de Geus: There's a trade-off between innovation, execution and collaboration. You can execute, but if you don't collaborate with the right people, you have nothing.
2010-10-12 Suntech opens first US solar panel plant
Suntech facility to eventually produce 120MW of solar cells annually
2006-07-17 Stencil, squeegee blades affect aperture fill sub-process
This article reviews the impact of the stencil and squeegee blade on the aperture fill sub-process of Pb-free printing.
2008-09-16 South Korea, Germany shine brighter than U.S. in solar energy
It's a sunnier climate for solar equipment makers in Germany and South Korea than in the beach state of California in the United States, according to presentations from leaders of the three hot spots competing for global investment from the emerging green tech industry.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2005-01-17 Sorting out smart trash
It's a term for giving our waste stream enough intelligence to identify itself, assist in its own sorting and recycling process, and prevent the wrong stuff from ending up somewhere it can do harm.
2009-02-18 Solar-powered handsets, anyone?
Eco-friendly solar-powered cellphones are set to be one of the more light-hearted talking points at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
2008-07-23 Solar wafer firm to streamline market strategies
Taiwan-based solar wafer company Green Energy Technology announced proposals on China investment, convertible bonds issuance and capital raise approved by its board.
2009-03-19 Solar PV to enjoy long-term growth
After enjoying years of double-digit growth, the modern incarnation of the solar industry has run into its first major market cycle, but remains well positioned for long-term success, according to report by Gartner Inc.
2010-08-04 Solar polysilicon plant to rise in Dubai
MBM Holdings announces the formation of MBM Solar Holding Inc. which will construct a 2500MT/a solar-grade polysilicon plant in the UAE. The plant is projected to deliver a total capacity of 2,500 tons per annum of high quality solar-grade polysilicon product, starting in early 2012.
2006-06-08 Socket boards support Pb-free packages
System General has announced its latest socket boards that fully support TSOP48 Pb-free packaging specifications.
2010-07-28 Smart phones tout IBM solutions to monitor pollution
Smart phones with embedded sensors will use IBM solutions to collect and tweet CO2 levels as part of the 13,000km VIAC journey from Parma, Italy to Shanghai, China.
2005-03-04 SigmaTel ramps up production in ASAT's Dongguan facility
SigmaTel Inc. has completed qualification and is ramping production on lead-free and green fine pitch ball grid array in ASAT Holdings Ltd's manufacturing facility in Dongguan, mainland China.
2009-07-02 Sharp powers Tokai U solar car
Sharp Corp. has disclosed it will provide solar cells to the Tokai University team taking part in the solar car category of the Global Green Challenge.
2007-07-06 SFF enterprise HDDs store up to 147Gbytes
Capitalizing on the fast ramp of small form factor enterprise hard disk drives in 2007, Hitachi announced the shipment of its Ultrastar C10K147 hard drive, the company's first SFF enterprise product.
2007-02-26 SEMI's live webcast to address China RoHS
The Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) will host a live webcast to provide information specifically for manufacturers of semiconductor manufacturing and related equipment to help them comply with China RoHS.
2006-04-17 Securing systems for networks
For embedded system designers forced to sacrifice reliability in favor of time-to-market, here are tips on how to choose the right architecture and design for higher levels of reliability.
2005-11-29 Scalable file system puts safety first
2008-03-20 Samsung, Toshiba share 'greenest' crown
The latest release of Greenpeace's 'Guide to Greener Electronics' hailed Samsung Electronics and Toshiba as greenest electronics firms.
2009-03-30 Samsung ups power-efficiency efforts
South Korea chip giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd disclosed a host of "green" products, including the disclosure of a new, low-power DDR3 DRAM device.
2004-05-03 Running the ecological numbers
Failing to run the numbers ourselves has been one reason we've been so slow to bring green practices to electronics.
2007-01-16 RTOS girded up against cyberattacks
RTOS vendors have outlined ways to halt security breaches, foremost of which are application- and data-isolation techniques, upgrades to higher Evaluation Assurance Levels, and protocols such as Secure Sockets Layer and Secure Shell.
2009-03-24 RF receiver highlights low power, long range
Micrel is rolling out the MICRF219, ultralow-power, 300MHz to 450MHz, super-heterodyne, image-reject, RF receiver with OOK/ASK demodulator.
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