ST's sub-dollar STM32F3 floating-point digital signal controllers ready to order from distributor stock

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND: STMicroelectronics has announced that its new STM32F301/302/303 microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M4 core with Floating-Point Unit (FPU) are in full production and now in stock at distributors, available More...


Codasip secures $2.8 million first round of funding, led by Credo Ventures

SAN JOSE, USA & PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC: Application specific processor design tool and IP provider Codasip, announced that it has closed its first round of public funding totaling $2.8 million. This new investment will be More...


More GaN-on-Si players on the playground

LYON, FRANCE: "GaN-on-Si technology appeared naturally as an alternative to GaN-on-Sapphire, the main stream technology for LED applications. Today, despite potential cost benefits, the mass adoption of GaN-on-Si technology More...


DELO’s new LED lamps

WINDACH, GERMANY: 23: DELO's new LED lamps for highly efficient bonding processes are now available and will be presented to the public for the first time at the SMT Hybrid Packaging trade show. The DELOLUX 20 and DELOLUX More...


OMRON opens its first automation centre (ATC) in India

MUMBAI, INDIA: After the successful launch of its four Automation Centres (ATCs) across the world, OMRON Automation, part of OMRON Corp. Japan, a global leader in automation technology- opened its fifth ATC in India at Mumbai . More...


Nanomechanical sensors detect cancer from breath

TSUKUBA, JAPAN: Cancer is the cause of 1 in 8 deaths worldwide, and early diagnosis can significantly improve survival rates. A collaboration of researchers in Switzerland and Japan has developed portable cancer detection units More...


MegaChips and Vidatronic execute joint development agreement

OSAKA, JAPAN: MegaChips, one of the world's largest application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) solution providers, introduces MegaChips' new generation LDO, a new line of low dropout (LDO) linear voltage regulators offering More...

Broadband goes wireless – but, are poorer countries being left behind?

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