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Arrow signing strengthens IoT hand

Arrow signing strengthens IoT hand
Arrow Electronics and Libelium have signed a global distribution agreement. The deal extends Arrow’s portfolio for the Internet of Things (IoT) with the addition of Libelium’s wireless and sensor technology and enables the companies to provide off-the-shelf IoT solutions that require minimal design effort before deployment.
22nd May 2017

New design revolutionises motorised force tester manufacture

New design revolutionises motorised force tester manufacture
When Mecmesin asked Offshore Electronics to help it address supply and quality issues with printed circuit boards used for the control panels on its motorised force tester in September 2015 it got a lot more than was expected. It credits its partnership with Offshore with helping it to revolutionise the way in which it manufactures one of its best-selling products.
22nd May 2017

Rohde & Schwarz acquires Motama technology

Rohde & Schwarz acquires Motama technology
GMIT, a subsidiary of Rohde & Schwarz, has acquired the technology of Motama. The acquisition will enhance the expertise of GMIT in the growth market of live online content distribution. Headquartered in Saarbruecken, Motama is a pioneer in the field of professional transmission via unmanaged IP networks. The company's RelayCaster protocol is a solution that minimises packet losses to enable the quality-of-service (QoS) conditions required for interruption-free transmissions.
22nd May 2017


Building trust and intelligence in a digitalised world

Building trust and intelligence in a digitalised world
ETH Zurich researchers and alumni now working in high-tech industries or running their own companies met with other experts in New York City to talk about the disruptive technology of Blockchain and how machine learning brings both collaboration and consequences. Bringing together diverse perspectives, the ETH Meets New York symposia revealed the fascinating potential of these technologies as well as the ethical questions society faces as it adopts new tech into everyday use.
22nd May 2017

VCC signs Farnell element14 to European network

VCC signs Farnell element14 to European network
VCC has signed Farnell element14 to its European distribution network. The agreement increases VCC's sales and engineering support services to its European customer base. Farnell element14 supports VCC's complete product offering throughout Europe, including panel mount indicators, light pipes, LED displays, LEDs and accessories.
19th May 2017

IBM doubles compute power for IBM Q commercial systems

IBM doubles compute power for IBM Q commercial systems
IBM has announced it has successfully built and tested its most powerful universal quantum computing processors. The first new prototype processor will be the core for the first IBM Q early-access commercial systems. The first upgraded processor will be available for use by developers, researchers, and programmers to explore quantum computing using a real quantum processor at no cost via the IBM Cloud.
19th May 2017

Made to measure: 3D software tailors jet suit

Made to measure: 3D software tailors jet suit
DesignSpark Mechanical 3D modelling software tool from RS Components (RS) was used in the development of the ‘Daedalus’ jet-engine flight suit, which was demonstrated at a recent TED conference in Vancouver. The ‘Daedalus’ flight suit is the brainchild of Richard Browning, who early last year began working on his vision to create a viable anti-gravity jet-engine suit, as well as building a company that could re-imagine human flight.
18th May 2017

Power resistor manufacturer expands UK operations

Power resistor manufacturer expands UK operations
Following an increase in demand for large scale, high power resistors and load banks, power resistor manufacturer Cressall Resistors has expanded its UK operations. Cressall have taken a lease on a 8,000ft2 unit just five minutes from its UK headquarters in Leicester, allowing the business to work on significantly larger projects.
18th May 2017

Quantum simulator characterises quantum systems

Quantum simulator characterises quantum systems
What happened right after the beginning of the universe? How can we understand the structure of quantum materials? How does the Higgs-Mechanism work? Such fundamental questions can only be answered using quantum field theories. These theories do not describe particles independently from each other; all particles are seen as a collective field, permeating the whole universe.
18th May 2017

Design enables innovation from idea to UK manufacturing

Awards for two disruptive new products show the strength of UK innovation, and the importance of design to entering new markets. The ioLight portable high resolution microscope and the Tangent Wave Ripple broadcast colour grading panel, both designed by Cambridge Industrial Design (CID), have both been honoured at the prestigious European Product Design Awards.
18th May 2017


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