CadSoft EAGLE update brings an enhanced design environment

SINGAPORE: PCB design solution vendor CadSoft Computer, a Premier Farnell company, has launched version 7 of its award winning EAGLE PCB software. The update to the popular software brings a modern More...


Internet of Things - connected smart systems

NOIDA, INDIA: Electronic devices have become integral part of our lives. We can see electronics in our Appliances, lighting, fan, energy meter, weighing scale, television as well as gadgets such as mobile phone, tablet, watches More...


FCI augments terminal block solutions

SINGAPORE: FCI, a leading supplier of connectors and interconnect systems, is proud to introduce the new NQ SMT Wire-to-Board Spring Clamp system as an extension of its Terminal Blocks portfolio. The NQ SMT Spring Clamp More...


Panasonic showcases new range of displays and projectors

CHENNAI, INDIA: Panasonic organized a full-day master class workshop in Chennai on 23rd July at the Residency Towers. A total number of 53 partners and 36 partner organizations attended this workshop. This event primarily More...


eInfochips turns client ideas into commercially available products with Idea Lab

AHMEDABAD, INDIA: eInfochips has announced a program to help innovative thinkers turn their great ideas into commercially available products. The new eInfochips Idea Lab serves novices and experts who understand a customer More...


Microchip announces MOST ToGo reference designs

USA: Microchip Technology Inc. has announced its MOST ToGo Reference Designs, which make it easy for designers to learn and implement the proven MOST technology in their automotive infotainment systems. MOST ToGo enables More...


IGEL’s range of W7+ thin clients offer more memory

ENGLAND, UK: IGEL Technology launched a new range of W7+ thin clients to cater for the emerging needs of businesses using Windows-based thin client devices. The W7+ range provides 8GB of flash memory (up from 4GB on standard More...


Innovative non-invasive ‘liquid biopsy’ to capture circulating tumor cells from blood samples

TOKYO, JAPAN: Okayama University medical researchers seek partners to commercialize their clinically proven non-invasive fluorescence virus-guided capture system of human colorectal circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood More...

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