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2015-02-16 Sigfox raises $115M to build IoT network
Sigfox said it closed a $93 million round with a $22 million extension, and would spend the funds on building out networks!targeted at the Internet of Things!especially in the United States and Asia.
2013-06-27 SiC, GaN lead market for solar inverters
Driven by the downstream demand for solar modules, silicon carbide and gallium nitride will grow to $1.4 billion in 2020, reflecting a solid seven per cent CAGR growth.
2015-10-20 Shanghai opens incubator for More-than-Moore devices
SITRI's goal is to go beyond the process-node driven CMOS technologies that have defined the IC industry for decades and helped propel PC and smartphone market growth.
2006-12-27 Shanghai firm preps chip for China DTV spec
Shanghai High Definition Digital Technology said it wrapped up development on its 3G video processing platform.
2012-12-26 Server cooling method attracts U.S. gov't interest
Clustered Systems originally set out to build a supercomputer built around its mesh networking technology but both it discovered that their approach to cooling was far more valuable.
2015-02-12 SDN market in Asia Pacific to surpass $1B mark by 2018
IDC believes ICT evolutions, such as storage and server virtualisation, will also naturally lead to the need for the networks to be virtualised and more efficiently controlled.
2015-03-30 SanDisk takes on big data flash market with new platform
Rather than use SSDs, SanDisk's InfiniFlash uses 55 hot swappable cards, each with 8TB of flash capacity, to provide 512TB of raw flash storage in a 3U enclosure.
2013-11-13 Samsung's IoT plan involves Siri-like system
Luc Julia, vice president and innovation fellow at Samsung's Open Innovation Centre demonstrated a system akin to that of Apple's Siri, which is central to Samsung's IoT strategy.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2013-10-30 Samsung plays the field, SDK supports Android and iOS
Samsung aims to create an ecosystem around a broad set of software platforms that compete with offerings from both Apple and Google.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2013-11-14 Rohm first to blink, re-evaluates fuel cell focus
Japanese firm Rohm is working with Kyoto University and Aquafairy to develop solid fuel-type hydrogen fuel cells.
2008-11-13 RF platforms to upgrade medical electronics systems
With a goal to put ICs at the heart of medical electronics, Texas Instruments came to Electronica with three new offerings.
2014-11-18 Reducing SoC power: Where should the focus be?
Typically, efforts to manage power consumption in SoC design are focused on the CPU and GPU. The SoC interconnect is one area that needs to be re-evaluated.
2010-08-16 Questions to help sort out the industry
As the global economy makes it way out of recession, the electronics industry is picking up, but manufacturers remain wary as they try to avoid the hidden risks that still threaten their businesses.
2014-05-19 Qualcomm, IBM innovate with the IoT
The companies both introduced separate programmes geared towards the Internet of Things!Qualcomm with a portfolio of chips, and IBM Watson with a psycho-linguistic user profile capability.
2014-07-04 Qualcomm buys Wilocity to take Wi-Fi lead
Wilocity, a developer of 60GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.11ad standard, which is also known as WiGig, has been bought by Qualcomm to seal its Wi-Fi leadership.
2015-03-20 Power module packaging eases power electronics issues
The power packaging market is on the rise, pulled by the interconnection and substrate segments, respectively 14 per cent and 13 per cent between 2014 and 2020, revealed Yole.
2014-10-07 Post-holiday buzz: Read all the news you've missed
Here are the electronics news you may have missed during last week's holidays.
2014-05-07 Porting TCP/IP stack to embedded IoT devices
It is a common misconception that since a communication protocol stack is called a TCP/IP stack, porting it to an embedded target provides the device with all TCP/IP functionalities and performance.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2014-03-18 Patent debates give impetus for academic study
Stanford's recent symposium on the US patent system has been targeted to examine issues concerning the US patent system by presenting solid empirical evidences validating strong positions.
2008-10-30 Opinion: Tech longs for R&D backing, not simply cash
The U.S. government cannot stop America's auto market from imploding. Neither can it save the equity market simply by pouring money into it.
2015-02-10 One-on-one with Imagination's CEO
CEO of Imagination Technologies Sir Hossein Yassaie talks about how his organisation weathers the challenges in the world of IP, as well as the future he sees for the company.
2010-04-06 NXP shares sale to open gate to IPO route
A successful initial public offering (IPO) by NXP could end the financial drought in the IC sector and give other embattled chipmakers the confidence to tap the equity market for fresh capital.
2014-03-27 Nvidia shifts mobile focus to embedded systems, cars
Nvidia will give 3D chip stacks a nudge forward with its next-generation GPUs and will also focus its mobile strategy on embedded systems and cars rather than smartphones and tablets. These are the key takeaways at this year's GPU Tech Conference.
2015-04-17 Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent merger to surpass Huawei
Nokia Corp. bid to acquire Alcatel-Lucent in a $16.6 billion deal that would create the world's second largest provider of telecommunications systems. If the deal pushes through, the combined companies!with their estimated $28 billion revenues!would leapfrog China's Huawei.
2009-06-26 Nanotech feels downturn sting
The economic recession is draining demand in several nano-enabled product market segments, and is eroding growth along the entire value chain, from nanointermediates to nanomaterials.
2005-11-15 Nanoelectronics market growing, says SEMI
The markets for nano materials, tools and equipment for nanoelectronics totaled $1.8 billion in 2005 and is forecast to reach $4.2 billion by 2010, according to a market research report from SEMI.
2015-04-21 Moore's law heads toward uncertain future
Although Moore's law has guided the electronics industry, it has begun to fail in many aspects, the most pronounced being clock speed that has been pegged at 3GHz max since about 2004.
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