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OpenHW Group calls for contributions to its Core-V chassis project

With the Core-V Chassis project, the recently formed OpenHW Group aims to tape out a heterogeneous multi-core processor evaluation SoC, capable of running the Linux operating system. This will see a ... more
Embedded Systems

BlueID touchscreen, smartphone security solution is fast and efficient

BlueID has launched onTouch, a functionality that supports secure, smartphone-triggered access to high-foot-traffic locations, for up to one user every two seconds.

By significantly increasing ... more

Communications & Networks

Smiths Interconnect opens a new qualification and test laboratory in Dundee

Smiths Interconnect has celebrated the opening of its new Qualification and Test laboratory in its site in Dundee, Scotland.

The new laboratory offers a one-stop shop for critical qualification ... more


Lascar's EL-SIE range of data logging electronics go software-free

Although Lascar Electronics has been manufacturing data loggers for over 25 years, the launch of the new EL-SIE range is a major event; the first in a new generation of EasyLog products that takes ... more
Displays & User Interfaces

New EASYTEC flanged enclosures for sensor electronics

OKW has launched EASYTEC, a new range of flanged plastic enclosures for modern sensor electronics. It can be mounted quickly and easily on poles, pipes or flat surfaces and is available in two plan ... more

No concern about EV battery recycling

The pace of technology these days is so fast that sometimes it is hard to take it all in. For example, the recent announcement from Bosch that the company is developing new cloud services that help ... more

Arrow Electronics includes EnOcean's portfolio of energy-harvesting of wireless solutions to its list of offerings

Arrow Electronics has announced it now supplies EnOcean’s portfolio of patented energy harvesting wireless technology globally. The initial focus will be on EnOcean’s Internet of Things (IoT) ... more

Exxelia's capacitors deliver low insertion over a wide bandwidth

New Yorker Electronics, a global franchise distributor of the Exxelia Group, is now distributing three new series of Exxelia's ultra-broadband dielectric ceramic capacitors. These new broadband ... more
Embedded Technology

Variohm's EPT31LE has new specifications

Based on Variohm’s EPT3100 series pressure sensors, with attributes such as its low power consumption piezo resistive sensing element and ASIC circuitry, the EPT31LE features impressive accuracy, non-... more

The emerging threat of tactical electromagnetic interference and its spread into non-defence sectors

During the past five years, intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI) has emerged as a credible and increasingly likely threat to commercial and defence facilities alike, with a potentially ... more
Thermal Management & EMC

Fastly cloud technologies help media outlets keep up to speed

Fastly reports expanded adoption of its edge offerings and services across leading European media and entertainment brands. This comes at an opportune time for the market, as gaming, streaming, ... more
Smart Tech & IoT

Cadence to acquire AWR to enter the 5G communication conversation

Cadence Design Systems and National Instruments (NI) today have entered into a definitive agreement, as Cadence makes a move on acquiring AWR Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of NI. The ... more
Contract manufacturing

Struggling to develop - Studio Graphene's survey examines how organisations take to technological innovation

Studio Graphene has commissioned a new survey among more than 750 senior decision-makers within UK organisations to discover the way they approach and think about innovation. It found:

71 per cent ... more


Harwin Academy provides automated technology to the benefit of students

In order to ensure that students attending Havant & South Downs College (HSDC) have access to the hardware necessary to support their ongoing education, Harwin is donating a state-of-the-art ... more

Portech Systems' android migration service to defend against data loss

Portech Systems' launches its Urgent Android Migration service, to assist organisations in migrating their Windows embedded mobile 6.5 devices and scanners, as a result of support for this technology ... more
Smart Tech & IoT

Rolec's profiPanel wall pivot enables ease of installation

Rolec's profiPANEL range of command and HMI enclosures sees a new machine/wall pivot benefit the installation process, acting as a cost-effective alternative to suspension arm mounting: it can hold ... more

Analog Devices introduces wideband RF transceiver to simplify system design and reduce costs for base station developers

Highly Integrated ADRV9026 Transceiver delivers the lowest power, widest frequency range and smallest footprint in a single-chip for both FDD and TDD systems.

Analog Devices, Inc., has introduced a ... more

Communications & Networks

DDoS hacks a wake-up call for UK political parties

The weeks running up to a General Election are always tense. But for modern political parties there’s now an extra source of concern: cyber-threats. Attackers have discovered that these organisations ... more

Toyota Lexus UX and Lexus NX benefit from Toshiba's Visconti 4 processor

Toshiba's Visconti 4 image recognition processor has assisted Toyota - their Lexus UX and Lexus NX models - recorded excellent results as part of a government-sponsored programme to assess road ... more

u-blox unveils new multi radio module for automotive and industrial applications

u-blox builds on its offerings within the communication markets for automotive and industry with its new multiradio hardware. The JODY-W2 presents automakers with a wireless module: its ... more
Communications & Networks

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