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HPC researchers get access to sophisticated simulations

BANGALORE, INDIA: Researchers from academic institutions across Europe will soon be able to perform some of the most sophisticated simulations imaginable thanks to a new partnership between ANSYS and the High Performance Computing Center (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart/Germany. The

IESA Vision Summit 2015 will focus on ‘Make in India’

BANGALORE, INDIA: India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) will focus on the theme of ‘Make in India – Vision to Reality’ for its upcoming IESA Vision Summit 2015, which will take  place in Bangalore from February 2-3. The event will see participation of over 40

SoCs with forensic watermarking can detect content piracy

BANGALORE, INDIA: To detect unauthorized sharing of digital content, STMicroelectronics announced the integration of Civolution’s NexGuard forensic watermarking with ST’s UltraHD-4K Cannes and Monaco SoCs. Forensic watermarking is the means by which a unique and imperceptible identifying code is inserted into

Broadcom simplifies cable gateway development

USA: Broadcom Corporation announces that its DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1 silicon supports a new open source software stack developed in collaboration with Comcast. The software under development will serve as the foundation for a new version of the Reference Design

DSP Group and ProSyst offer ULE-enabled IoT over OSGi

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

LOS ALTOS, USA: DSP Group Inc. and ProSyst announced a mutual ULE/OSGi IoT solution, which was created in the framework of the long-term partnership between the two companies. The co-developed solution is based on DSP Group’s ULE chipset solutions and ProSyst’s

Ikanos and SoftAtHome accelerate innovative broadband diagnostics

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

LAS VEGAS, USA: Ikanos Communications Inc. and SoftAtHome announced at CES 2015 that they are extending their partnership to deliver advanced real-time broadband monitoring and diagnostic tools to operators, enabling them to minimize customer support costs while coping with growing

Kensington unveils industry’s thinnest security lock design for ultrabooks and tablets

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

LAS VEGAS, USA: Kensington has announced the MiniSave – Mobile Lock, the industry’s thinnest security lock system with the Kensington mini security slot technology- for use on ultra-thin mobile devices including Ultrabooks and tablets. Featuring a new patented Cleat locking

Micrel’s small load switch delivers 7A continuous current In 1.2mm x 2mm package

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

SAN JOSE, USA: Micrel Inc. has introduced the MIC95410 7A load switch in a compact 1.2mm x 2.0mm package. This device can be used for systems requiring power partitioning and has the capability of a controlled power up sequence with

Maxim MAX14836 dual sensor transceivers available from Mouser

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

TAIWAN: Mouser Electronics Inc. is now stocking the new MAX14836 24V Dual‑Output Sensor Transceiver from Maxim Integrated. This device is a sensor driver, capable of driving two sensors from dual 24V outputs. This device features two outputs, each of which

Toshiba launches NFC built-in SDHC memory card

TOKYO, JAPAN: Toshiba Corporation’s Semiconductor & Storage Products company has announced the launch SDHC memory card with built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) functions. The new cards will be featured at 2015 International CES. Sales of the 8GB, 16GB and 32GB

Fujikura intros new fibre recoater series

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

CHESSINGTON, SOUTH UK: Fujikura is introducing a new series of Fujikura fibre recoaters – the FSR-05, FSR-06 and FSR-07, respectively. The recoaters feature easy-to-exchange moulds for common coating sizes, including 196 µm, 255 µm, 280 µm, 450 µm, 670 µm

Artesyn launches 75 W high current DC-DC converter for telecom

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

HONG KONG: Artesyn Embedded Technologies announced the AVO75 series, new 75 W fully-regulated eigth-brick dc-dc converters that bring high efficiency and thermal performance to cost-sensitive, small space, high current and low voltage telecom network infrastructure applications. The AVO75 series is

Improve your golf swing with this new device

LAS VEGAS, USA: Epson America announced the introduction of the M-Tracer MT500GII Golf Swing Analyzer, designed to enable golfers of any skill level to improve their game through highly accurate and detailed swing data collection and analysis. The M-Tracer securely

Global semiconductor sales through Nov. outpace 2013 sales

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

WASHINGTON, USA: The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), representing U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing and design, announced that worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $29.7 billion for the month of November 2014, an increase of 9.1 percent from the November 2013 total

NVIDIA unveils automotive computers for self-driving cars of tomorrow

INDIA: Transporting the world closer to a future of auto-piloted cars that see and detect the world around them, NVIDIA today introduced NVIDIA DRIVE automotive computers equipped with powerful capabilities for computer vision, deep learning and advanced cockpit visualization. NVIDIA

Tata Elxsi showcases automotive solutions at CES 2015

LAS VEGAS, USA: Tata Elxsi, is showcasing its latest innovations in connected car, autonomous vehicles and In-Vehicle infotainment technology at CES 2015. Tata Elxsi offers customized R&D services spanning advanced research, product development, testing and deployment support to automotive OEMs

IoT rules the VLSI Design conference 2015

BANGALORE, INDIA: The 28th International Conference on VLSI Design & the 14th International Conference on Embedded Systems is inaugurated in Bangalore today. The theme for this year’s conference is “IoT: Building a Smart Connected World.” VLSID2015 will act as a

Semicon outlook 2015: Healthy equipment spending into 2015!

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

Christian Gregor Dieseldorff USA: The general consensus for the semiconductor industry is for this year’s positive trend to continue into 2015 as both revenue growth and unit shipment growth are expected to be in the mid- to high- single digit

Semicon in 2015: Semiconductor materials market to surpass $46 billion in 2015

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

Lara Chamness USA: By all accounts 2014 is going to be a good year for the semiconductor industry; current semiconductor revenue forecasts point to mid- to high single digit growth and quarterly device revenues and silicon shipments are stronger when

Semicon forecast 2015: Equipment sales to rise from $38 bn in 2014 to nearly $44 bn in 2015!

By : Pradeep Chakraborty

TOKYO, JAPAN: SEMI projects that worldwide sales of new semiconductor manufacturing equipment will increase 19.3 percent to $38 billion in 2014, according to the SEMI Year-end Forecast, released at the annual SEMICON Japan exposition. In 2015, strong positive growth is