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2005-03-15 VDC: EMR, SSR market to reach $4.2B in 2007
Venture Development Corp. (VDC) forecasts rapid growth for electromechanical relays (EMR) and solid-state relays (SSR) in the global market.
2002-02-26 USTC Lab fuel cell passes Anhui government appraisal
The solid-oxide fuel cell of USTC Lab for Solid State Chemical & Inorganic Membrane has passed the product appraisal of the Anhui, China, government.
2005-06-17 USB box controls, monitors relays
As a follow-on to its recently introduced digital I/O module, Measurement Computing announces its $299 USB-SSR24, a USB device for monitoring and controlling solid-state relays.
2013-03-08 USB 3.0-SATA3 bridge SoC reduces BoM
Renesas' uPD720231 SoC enables effective multi-gigabit per second data transfer between a USB 3.0 host system and a SATA device used in widely adopted external USB hard drives and solid state drives.
2008-06-20 Universal Display achieves 102lm/W in white OLEDs
Universal Display Corp. has demonstrated a 102lm/W at 1000cd/m? phosphorescent OLED technology that has the potential to create significant economic and energy benefits for future solid-state lighting systems.
2006-04-21 UMC fabs Sonos memory IC
United Microelectronics Corp. has made a new type of memory on a foundry basis for Solid State System Co.
2008-01-08 U.K. researchers prep LEDs for home lighting
University of Glasgow researchers are developing a refinement of LED manufacture based on nanoimprint lithography, which they claim could make way for the solid-state light to replace incandescent light-bulb within three years.
2011-02-03 Tyco Electronics' Nevalo solution aids lighting suppliers
The Nevalo system takes the technical complexity out of the LED design and manufacturing process, thus helping lighting fixture suppliers mix and match the right components to create new LED lightings.
2010-05-11 Trio fuses technologies for LED lighting
Teridian, Synapse and CEL is offering a new design solution for the intelligent wireless control and energy monitoring of LED light fixtures and advanced solid-state lighting products.
2002-02-07 Toshiba, Samsung show 1Gb Flash designs
Serial Flash reached the gigabit density at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, where Toshiba Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd each described 1Gb NAND Flash designs on Monday (Feb. 4).
2008-03-26 Toshiba readies 128GByte notebook SSD
Toshiba last week said it plans to ship before April a 128Gbyte SSD that will appear first in Toshiba notebooks sold in Japan.
2007-12-14 Toshiba debuts SSDs with MLC NAND flash
Toshiba and TAEC announced their entry into the emerging market for NAND-flash-based solid-state drives with a series of products featuring multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory.
2008-06-04 Through-hole LEDs promise well-defined radiation pattern
Dominant Semiconductors has released a new series of through-hole LEDs designed specifically to provide a well-defined radiation pattern and a cost-effective lighting solution.
2009-04-20 The benefits of using nvSRAM in data-logging apps
In memory subsystems where flash is the only non-volatile memory, several shortcomings still need to be resolved. These shortcomings can all be corrected by adding a second non-volatile memory, specifically a non-volatile SRAM (nvSRAM) as a "flash page assembly unit" to the memory subsystem. This article describes this improved solid-state memory system.
2015-05-22 Testing SATA DevSleep for SSDs
Learn about DevSleep implementation details as well as new conformance tests that help ensure critical features operate properly and achieve the desired power savings without sacrificing performance.
2002-02-06 Technologist backs low-voltage CMOS for SoC devices
Plenary speaker Dennis Buss, technology vice president of Texas Instruments Inc., told thousands gathered for the ISSCC that low-voltage CMOS offered the best hope for building portable Internet appliances.
2008-08-29 Tech firms go head-to-head on SSDs
The solid-state drive (SSD) battle is brewing as an endless stream of companies are expanding or entering the market, leaving many to predict a shakeout in the arena.
2008-06-10 TDK rolls microSATA SSDs with high-speed controllers
TDK Corp. announced the GBDriver HS1 solid-state drive (SSD) controller for SSDs used in laptop PCs and industrial system hardware that employs PC platforms.
2007-02-16 Tbyte drive, notebook flash set HDD milestones
Hitachi's first terabyte drive and SanDisk's 32GByte flash-based solid-state drive both signal long-term transitions that could make or break fortunes in mass storages.
2006-08-30 Tantalum chip capacitors target avionics, military apps
Vishay said its new solid tantalum chip capacitors are designed for safety-critical avionics and military applications such as radar and weapon systems.
2006-08-30 Tantalum chip capacitors suit avionics, military apps
Vishay said its new solid tantalum chip capacitors are designed for safety-critical avionics and military applications such as radar and weapon systems.
2007-08-13 Tantalum capacitors offer 220?F/4V CV rating
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has extended its 298D series of MicroTan solid tantalum chip capacitors with what it touts as the industry's first molded package to offer a capacitance of 220?F/4 V.
2002-02-07 Taiwan strikes out again at ISSCC
Organizers of the International Solid-State Circuits Conference are trying to figure out why papers from universities and companies in Taiwan were shut out of the conference for a fifth straight year.
2003-05-28 T3 Protection
This application note presents a design for providing T3 protection using the company's SIDACtor devices.
2012-11-27 Swissbit SATA II SSD can handle up to 240Mb/s data rate
Swissbit X-500 series of industrial SATA II solid state drive boasts a data rate of 240Mb/s and a 14,500 IOPS with 4k random accesses.
2003-09-04 Sumitomo, Acumentrics form joint venture firm
Sumitomo Corp. and U.S.-based Acumentrics Corp. have announced the formation of a new company called Acumentrics Japan Co.
2012-07-04 Study allows transistors to switch to vacuum as medium
A team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a device structure which allows a switch from solid-state back to vacuum as the medium for electron transport in transistors.
2008-01-09 Strong Q3 revives HDD profit: iSuppli
iSuppli Corp. reported that the hard disk drive industry had resurgence in profitability in Q3, signaling that the storage market finally is on firmer ground.
2008-08-06 Storage drives boast rotating media option, larger capacity
VMETRO has announced the availability of additional new storage alternatives for its VMDRIVE.
2007-07-03 ST, French tech org team on mini energy sources
STMicroelectronics and CEA, a French public technological research organization, have signed an agreement to collaborate on the development of new miniaturized energy sources.
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