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Industrial semi company rankings shift 2016-06-06
IHS reports a slight increase of industrial semiconductor revenues, despite forecasts to the contrary. Analysts pin the increase on "the gradual acceleration in the U.S. economy" that propelled the demand for industrial equipment last year. ?
Elsoft jumps LED test equipment production 2016-03-08
Elsoft increases production of LED test equipment to address growing safety concerns and stringent government regulations. The company expects the demand to continue over the next seven years ?
Is Apple set to shake analogue market? 2016-01-13
With the recent acquisition of a 70,000-square foot analogue production from Maxim, Apple could influence the analogue market for years to come. ?
Chinese researchers develop first brain-controlled car 2015-12-10
Nankai University researchers claim to have created the first car that can be controlled by the brain. The project was inspired by people with disabilities who are physically unable to steer a car. ?
UMC hits 28nm target amid falling demand 2015-10-30
Sales of products made with what the company claims as its most advanced technology node dropped to 10 per cent of its $1.1 billion in revenue for 3Q15 from 11 per cent in Q2 ?
Singapore sets up SE Asia's largest 3D printing facility 2015-09-29
U.S.-based semiconductor company Ultra Clean Technology has launched in Singapore a $3.5-million 3D printing facility that is believed to be the biggest and most comprehensive in Southeast Asia. ?
Singapore boosts 3D printing capabilities with new cluster 2015-09-24
Singapore launched the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster to harness, strengthen and expand the country's growing 3D printing capabilities as an integrated hub. ?
Touch Taiwan 2015: Foldable, rollable LEDs rule 2015-09-01
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research has unveiled several new technologies to lead development of low-cost wearable devices that can be folded and rolled up in a scroll. ?
Freescale delivers top performance prior to NXP merger 2015-07-27
Freescale's net sales for the second quarter of 2015 were $1.20 billion, compared to $1.17 billion in the first quarter of 2015 and $1.19 billion in the second quarter of 2014. ?
Industrial semicon market posts highest growth since 2010 2015-05-22
The year-over-year increase follows solid growth of 13 per cent in 2013. The strong performance achieved last year represents the highest annual growth rate since the 36 per cent boom in 2010. ?
Display makers look to cost reduction to rake in profit 2015-05-15
According to IHS, as smartphone panel selling prices continue to fall, display manufacturers are focused on finding ways to reduce production costs in order to eke out profits. ?
Robots with adaptive grip enabled by optical force sensors 2015-04-14
The optical force sensors from OptoForce have a very simple construction, consisting of a silicone dome covering a central LED and four light sensing elements measuring the light reflected by the dome ?
Fujitsu optical transceiver delivers 100Gbit/s CPU communication 2015-02-24
By developing a mathematical model and analytic techniques for the impact of mutual coupling between re-timer circuits, Fujitsu succeeded in laying out re-timer circuits with spacing of just 0.25mm. ?
NTU students build solar powered, 3D-printed car 2015-02-03
Using the latest engineering techniques learnt from their studies in NTU, the students have developed innovations such as silicon solar cells that can be contoured to follow the car's shape. ?
Optical system promises more efficient generators, engines 2015-01-22
More efficient wind turbines, lighter racing cars and safer medical instruments are three objectives of an innovative measurement system being developed by scientists from Hannover. ?
TSMC gets negative outlook from analysts 2015-01-20
Lower unit demand from Qualcomm will lead to lower fab loading during the second and third quarters of this year. TSMC will also face stiff competition to its 16nm chips from Samsung's 14nm offerings. ?
Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015 2015-01-14
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015. ?
ROHM builds $126M Thai facility 2014-12-15
The new facility that will rise in Thailand will produce analogue power devices, including motor driver and power management ICs, for the automotive and industrial markets ?
Growth in smartphone market cools down in Asia 2014-12-08
According to IDC, growth in China slowed down to one per cent QoQ in 3Q14, while India led QoQ smartphone growth in the region with 23 million units shipped in 3Q14 ?
Inside TI's DLP LightCrafter 2014-12-05
Together with his engineering team, Ivan Kuten, head of R&D at Promwad, studied the pico projector (DLP3000-C300REF) offered by Texas Instruments. This is his unboxing report. ?
IMI eyes new EMS model to fuel growth 2014-09-03
When EMS company IMI posted its first half 2014 net income at 5 times over that during the same period last year, EE Times Asia discussed with them markets, trends and their EMS plus business model. ?
MIT blazes power electronics trail 2014-08-14
Several of its work on ultra high-frequency conversion and ultraminiaturized converters feature size reductions and efficiency improvements for applications including giant server farms, lamps, and handheld devices. ?
Search engine Bing turns to FPGAs for help 2014-08-13
Microsoft started out focusing on Bing which needed help because it was not fast enough. FPGAs are not a natural fit for cost-sensitive data centres, but it turns out they make sense. ?
ST: Cars find place in grand scheme of IoT 2014-08-11
Today's car is already packed with electronics and, in fact, has among the highest densities of electronic components of all consumer machines. ?
Oculus Rift DK2 teardown: Weight, repairability matter 2014-08-04
The iFixit teardown revealed that the beta version of DK2 has thinner cables, which contributes to make the device lighter. The improved cable management feature, plus the standard Phillips screws, also makes the kit repair-friendly. ?
Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014 2014-03-25
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices. ?
GaN-on-Si mass adoption for LED apps remains unclear 2014-03-21
Between the power and LED markets, GaN-on-Si will dominate the former, with GaN devices making up more than seven per cent overall power devices market share by 2020, according to Yole ?
ARM-led Linaro to push tablet, STB SoC convergence 2014-03-07
Linaro, a not-for-profit organization, is speeding up the adoption of the ARM architecture in the digital home entertainment segment. ?
Microchip buys Supertex for high-voltage process tech 2014-02-17
With its acquisition of Supertex, Microchip makes its entrance into the LED lighting industry in the medical and industrial sectors ?
Electroluminescent lamps facilitate 'light-effects' on paper 2014-02-12
prelonic is developing electroluminescent lamps technology to enable printing of 'light-effects' directly onto paper/cardboard via regular printing processes working in a normal printing environment. ?


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