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2008-03-27 NI expands C Series line for data loggers
NI has announced four new C Series modules for data-logging applications including vibration/acoustical data logging and in-vehicle, structural, temperature and pressure testing.
2011-05-23 Nextreme, APEI develop energy harvester for turbine WSN
Nextreme's thermal energy harvester will power wireless sensor networks, enabling them to perform detection, diagnosis and prognosis of problems occurring within heat-powered engine bearing assemblies.
2014-11-26 Murata reinforces sensor division with IoT twist
Murata has been quietly reinforcing its sensor division with plans to expand its offering into higher revenue-generating fields including home automation, medical and automotive electronics.
2014-01-10 Movea reveals reference design aimed at wearables
Based on InvenSense's 9-axis MEMS chip, the G-series tracker reference design can automatically detect sleep and perform sleep analysis every night with the accuracy of a PolySomnograph.
2008-08-08 Modular instruments provide flexible RF measurements
Flexibility in RF measurements up to 10 times faster than traditional RF instrumentation is what National Instruments offers with its new RF vector signal analyzer, RF vector signal generator and PXI Express 18-slot chassis.
2011-08-24 MEMS devices target auto, medical, consumer apps
STMicro's automotive MEMS for g-Brake Lights is a brake lamp based on the company's AIS326DQ Inertial Sensor.
2009-02-13 MEMS accelerometers find place in CE
Though MEMS accelerometer sales are likely to decrease to $846 million in 2009 due to a slump in automotive demand, ABI Research estimates that the market will recover to be worth $1.6 billion by 2012, fuelled by a boom in consumer applications.
2013-09-05 Medical-grade display market to grow 30% in 2017
Medical-grade display revenue is forecast to rise to $3.2 billion in 2017, up 29 per cent from $2.5 billion in 2012, according to IHS.
2010-10-04 Maxim undergoes a makeover
Maxim president and chief executive Tunc Doluca presented “Maxim 2.0?, a makeover of the erstwhile analog chip-focused business. The company has shaken up its corporate culture and expanded its range.
2014-06-04 Marvell hops aboard Apple's smart home train
Apple's campaign constitutes an aggressive software strategy designed to engage vendors to develop solutions "made for iOS devices." Marvell has just released three IoT chips for iDevices.
2012-11-06 Market opens wide for medical MEMS pressure sensors
IHS forecasted that revenue for pressure sensors in medical electronics applications will reach $137.6 million this year, up six per cent from $129.2 million last year.
2013-03-15 Management system boosts wireless sensor network efficiency
Engineers at A*STAR said the adaptive classification system cuts the power use of individual sensors and increases their lifespan, while also decreasing network traffic and data storage requirements.
2015-07-10 M2M systems need to shift from 2G to 4G, fast!
Designers of M2M systems are facing a hard reality, cellular network operators all over the world are planning to shut down their 2G networks as they move towards 4G.
2011-07-18 M2M solutions seamlessly integrate cellular tech, short range RF
Tony Spizzichino explains the importance of reducing the cost of M2M solutions to enable M2M technologies in every-day applications.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2004-09-27 LSI Logic unveils version 2.0 of MyStorage software
LSI Logic introduced version 2.0 of its MyStorage management software for use with its Fiber Channel host bus adapters.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2015-06-15 Leveraging sensor data analytics in 'Big Data'
With the growth and acceleration of the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices will overtake humans as the most prevalent sources of "Big Data."
2015-07-20 Key issues before starting an IoT design project
A thorough trade-off analysis of your application at the earliest stages of the design process is really the best way to make the right technology choices and get your product to market as quickly as possible.
2015-04-13 Jackson Labs debuts Mini-PCIe GPS-disciplined oscillator
The Mini-PCIe module supports nanosecond timing for NTP, SNTP, GPSD, PTP/1588 and other industry-standard applications and is geared for mission-critical financial transaction timing.
2014-03-17 IoT systems usher in a future with pervasive connectivity
In less than a decade, it is said the market size for IoT will lead to the standardisation of the connectivity feature. As this happens, implications concerning the interaction between humans and technology must be assessed.
2013-12-16 Internet of Things installations to log 30x increase by 2020
According to Gartner, the Internet of Things, which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020 from only 0.9 billion in 2009.
2009-07-31 Intel injects cash in cleantech startups
Intel Corp. has expanded its new energy initiative by investing approximately $10 million in five startups.
2007-07-02 Integrated MCUs enable system management
MCU firmware and peripherals give designers the flexibility to implement existing system-management functions, as well as ways to integrate these functions.
2009-04-29 Instrumentation amp is smaller than pencil's tip
Analog Devices Inc. has introduced what it claims to be the smallest and lowest power instrumentation amplifier (in-amp).
2013-10-29 Imec, Johns Hopkins to push nanotech for medical apps
Johns Hopkins University will team up with Imec to advance silicon applications in healthcare, beginning with development of a device to enable a broad range of clinical tests.
2008-09-29 Imagine Cup fuels students' inquisitive minds
Microsoft Corp., through its annual Imagine Cup contest, has transformed the software sector, but more importantly has touched lives of students, providing them opportunities to explore and innovate early.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2009-11-27 IBM sets up telecom dev't centers in Asia, South Africa
IBM has opened telecommunications development centers in China, South Africa and Malaysia to provide a broad array of advanced technical skills and specialized offerings.
2009-06-25 IBM injects $100M on mobile comms research
IBM Corp. is investing $100 million in mobile research over the next five years in an effort to recreate mobile services for businesses and consumers.
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