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2004-12-01 Contemplating nature, power grid
A net-centric power grid would eventually produce the same amount of power being used today while reducing dependence on native coal reserves and the natural gas that we import in great quantities.
2007-07-12 Consortium claims 32/22nm SRAM breakthrough
The PULLNANO consortium disclosed a breakthrough in 32nm and 22nm CMOS technology platforms, including the realization of a functional CMOS SRAM demonstrator using 32nm design rules.
2008-09-16 Cleantech investment boom begins
According to a report by CleanEdge Inc., total revenue of the biofuel, wind, solar photovoltaic (PV) and fuel cell markets is expected to top $250 billion within the decade, up from $77 billion last year
2015-07-08 CIGS thin film solar cells beat silicon efficiency
A European consortium claims to have an efficient alternative to silicon that achieves 25 per cent efficiency, rivalling silicon for a fraction of the cost of the cheap low-efficiency Chinese varieties.
2007-11-16 Carmakers zoom in on green initiatives
The automotive industry is making strides in developing environment-friendly vehicles, determined to stay one step ahead of legislators through their own initiatives.
2010-03-11 Carbon nanotubes fuel thermowave power
MIT researchers are utilizing fuel-coated carbon nanotubes as "fuses" for thermowave electrical power sources, which store energy like a battery but promise an unlimited shelf life.
2007-03-01 Boost ECC, solve NAND flash issues
Toshiba Corp. is rolling out four enabling technologies in a multipronged drive into the booming embedded NAND flash-memory market.
2013-06-28 Atom-thick PV sheets improve solar cells
MIT researchers aim to produce the thinnest and most lightweight solar panels possible by producing a two-layer solar cell that is only 1nm thick
2002-10-24 ASIC startup rethinks coarse-grained architectures
Fabless startup Telairity Semiconductor Inc. has joined the growing list of vendors offering some form of coarse-grained ASIC architecture, but with a significant twist.
2013-04-18 Advances in capacitive touchscreen for mobiles
It is imperative to understand recent innovations that will lead to the development of truly inexpensive touchscreen products.
2012-10-23 4V solid state battery boasts >1kWh/l energy density
Infinite Power Solutions' High Energy Cell technology features 4V rechargeable chemistry that claims to deliver high power, an ultra-low self-discharge rate and improved battery lifespan
2013-08-22 3D graphene to cut cost of dye-sensitised solar cells
The new type of carbon, according to an MTU researcher, can reduce the cost of creating dye-sensitised solar cells, which have proven to be every good in turning light into electricity.
2008-06-12 'Smallest' DC/DC converter remits high performance
National Semiconductor Corp. recently launched what it claims as the smallest step-down DC/DC converter that is optimized for powering high-performance processors from a single Li-ion cell battery in mobile phones, personal media players and other mobile devices
2002-08-20 Solicore, ICP to jointly make power products
Solicore Inc. and ICP Global Technologies have signed an agreement to jointly develop and market a range of solar energy products for consumer and industrial applications.
2009-11-09 Sanyo wants slice of energy solutions market
Sanyo will provide smart energy systems that will use less energy while cutting CO2 emissions.
2013-11-06 Printable OLEDs to make flexible displays, PV cells possible
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research has developed a way to print organic light-emitting diodes to bring to reality next generation consumer electronics and solar cells.
2013-10-16 Organic semiconductors open path for flexible electronics
Organic semiconductors made from small aromatic molecules can be dissolved and screen-printed onto many substrates, which can be used for bendable electronic devices such as low-cost solar cells
2007-08-08 LDO reduces energy wastage in battery-run apps
With a low quiescent current of 2?A, Microchip's MCP1703 LDO requires only a small amount of current to maintain regulation, significantly decreasing wasted energy
2009-12-28 Forecast: Good, bad signs for 2010 electronics biz
2009 started off bad, but the year currently seeing some positive signs. Heading into 2010, there are both good and bad signs in the marketplace.
2003-03-26 Fairchild eyes GEM deal for proliferation of MOSFET packs
Fairchild Semiconductor Corp. is negotiating with GEM Services Inc. to make the latter a third-party licensor of the technology and tooling for Fairchild's new "bottomless" MOSFET BGA and flip-leaded molded packages.
2006-12-29 Cypress to build 'solar' fab in India
Cypress Semiconductor is discussing plans with the government of Andhra Pradesh in southern India to set up a solar "fab center" that would produce solar cells and wafers.
2004-04-19 Conductive plastic could speed electronics manufacturing
A conductive plastic that mixes electronics-functions into the material before it is cured could make possible products from disposable e-newspapers to large-scale organic LEDs that can be sprayed on walls.
2014-06-20 Cheap TiO2 fabrication yields boosted LEDs, solar cells
The titanium isopropoxide-water-alcohol method produces 5mm titanium-dioxide nanoparticles that are being explored as better encapsulants for LEDs and high-index refraction composites for solar cells.
2011-10-17 APAC seen to become PV hub
A global report has placed Taiwan as leading in terms of PV manufacturing while China pushes through with rural PV installations.
2003-02-03 A new ASIC technology for mid-volume quantities
NEC is giving customers the option of using ISSP, claiming to be the ideal solution for customers wanting high-performance ASICs, but only in small to mid-sized volumes
2010-06-23 28nm FPGAs handle over two million logic cells
Xilinx Inc.'s 28nm series 7 FPGAS will feature 50 percent power reduction compared to the company's 40nm devices and offer capacity of up to 2 million logic cells
2013-07-03 The outlook for charge-trapping flash memory
The planar cell structures will enable continued scaling of these charge-trap technologies, while new architectures will emerge and further extend the density-growth trend
2009-09-14 Software, hardware solution tailored for LTE femto
picoChip is extending its range of development systems for the emerging femtocells market, with a hardware and software platform targeting small cell Long Term Evolution (LTE) base stations.
2016-01-13 Smart streetlights enable connected city experience
Smart streetlights are essentially poles packed with LEDs, small cell LTE base stations, an optional control system for the lights and a smart meter to monitor the poles' power use.
2010-02-18 Multiband transceiver tailored for femtocells
Lime offers the LMS6002D multiband, multistandard RF transceiver IC designed for small cell base stations and femtocells, featuring an integrated high-performance dual ADC and DAC.
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