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2007-07-10 Low-g accelerometer fits battery-powered apps
STMicroelectronics has extended its family of ultracompact low-g linear accelerometers with a new solution well-suited for battery-powered portable applications.
2015-10-01 LED light, sensors to enable next-gen medical devices
ams developed the sensing solutions to fill the future market needs, which means a move from today's dumb LEDs to complete spectrally-cognitive sensor platforms and boost IoT deployment.
2015-02-05 IoT uptake gets green light for Asia-Pacific city governments
According to IDC Government Insights, Asia-Pacific city governments will kick-start pervasive adoption of IoT technologies in 15-20 per cent of smart city initiatives.
2014-02-28 Innovative smart watches, bands at MWC
Junko Yoshida identifies the best wearables for navel gazers and voiced her disdain for selfies.
2002-04-19 Impulsesoft cuts Asian, U.S. Bluetooth deals
Impulsesoft, a provider of short-range wireless technology, has announced a series of deals to license its Bluetooth designs to Asian and U.S. customers.
2012-04-16 Improve medical electronics by focusing on patient experience
Drug-device combination products illustrate how patients now care more about ease of use, discretion, and design in medical devices.
2013-01-10 Identifying prospects in green power
There are many opportunities in energy harvesting for use in green power alternative energies.
2008-11-21 Firms push mobile connectivity for CE, industrial apps
The GSMA and Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd have joined forces to drive 3G mobile network connectivity to consumer and industrial goods.
2013-08-23 Embedded ultrathin radios let walls listen, talk
Princeton University researchers placed ultrathin radios directly on plastic sheets that can be applied to walls and other structures to enable invisible communications systems.
2004-06-16 Embedded device net security or safe nets?
Secure access is only half the problem as the world of network-connected devices grows.
2008-11-03 Electronics follow curves
There are many applications in which it would be useful for electronics to conform to curvilinear surfaces or to deform with use, especially in sensing.
2011-07-04 DPMU offers real-time power management
The Energy$ense family of multioutput, digital DC/DC power management unit (DPMU) ICs offer high efficiency real-time power sensing and control.
2006-06-02 Dow-Key switches continue to fly on Boeing planes after [nearly] 20 years
Boeing Corp. has used Dow-Key's RF switches in its collision avoidance and landing systems for the past 20 years, and there seems to be no letting up.
2011-09-15 Dialog enters low-power wireless market
The company has unveiled DECT ULE-based devices that feature Internet connectivity and backward compatibility.
2012-03-06 Design next-gen home networks powered by RF4CE
Read about ZigBee RF4CE technology that can be used to introduce new services and applications to the home.
2013-09-16 Consumer medical device market poised for growth
IHS forecasted that the global revenue for consumer medical devices is set to reach $8.2 billion by year-end, up a solid four per cent from $7.9 billion in 2012.
2013-11-05 Consumer electronics to boost Bluetooth Smart IC market
Worldwide annual shipments of Bluetooth Smart ICs will surge to almost 300 million units in 2018, up from just over 30 million projected at the close of 2013, stated IHS.
2015-08-06 Consumer electronic sensors market to log $34.57B by 2022
Grand View Research revealed that the increasing proliferation of smartphones and tablets on a global level is seen to boost demand over the forecast period.
2005-12-08 CompactPCI Ethernet boards switch IPv6 packets
Radstone Technology's PICMG2.16-compliant boards, pluggable into CompactPCI slots, will nicely support the emerging Internet IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) definitions, with its 128-bit addressing scheme.
2011-06-07 Combo chip designed to expand connectivity options
Qualcomm Atheros' combo chip is designed to bring expanded connectivity options to Qualcomm's Snapdragon family of mobile processors.
2003-06-12 Coin cell transceiver targets short-distance wireless
Millennial Net Inc.'s latest coin cell transceiver is targeted to accelerate the proliferation of short-distance, low-data rate wireless networks.
2015-09-28 CMOS, specialty analogue design give fab-lite company a boost
ams logged nearly $190 million in revenues in 2Q15, a 60 per cent increase over the same quarter last year, with gross margins in the 54 per cent region (including acquisition-related costs).
2015-09-23 Chinese OEMs to boost smartphone sensor demand
China is proving to be an ideal environment for sensor suppliers seeking to enter the smartphone market and for smartphone OEMs hoping to differentiate their models with innovative features.
2011-11-30 Cellular module boasts small package
The AirPrime WS6318 is designed to provide M2M connectivity in the smallest, simplest package possible.
2010-01-14 Cellular broadband chipsets boom through 2014
Worldwide cellular chipsets will grow at a 9.3 percent CAGR on a unit basis from 2009 to 2014, according to IDC.
2014-12-05 Carrier-grade WiFi answers increasing customer needs
Amdocs revealed that carrier-grade WiFi hotspots will grow from 14 per cent today to 72 per cent of overall WiFi hotspots by 2018, assuring a higher quality of experience (QoE) for consumers.
2008-03-14 Carrier middleware platform steps up availability
Enea has introduced the Enea Element 3.0, a middleware platform for building carrier-grade network equipment.
2005-11-01 Bridging device connects PCIe-based host processors to ASI fabrics
Kestrel, the latest member of StarGen's AXSys switching and software product family, is a PCI Express to Advanced Switching Interconnect bridge designed to connect PCIe-based host processors to ASI fabrics.
2013-12-10 Bluetooth Smart radio flaunts exceptional battery lifespan
Imec, Holst Centre and Wicentric introduce their integrated ultra-low power Bluetooth Smart radio solution boasting power consumption up to five times lower than modern radios.
2012-03-15 ARM processor geared for Internet of Things
The Cortex-M0+ processor enables the creation of smart, low-power, microcontrollers to provide efficient communication, management and maintenance across a multitude of wirelessly connected devices.
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