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Microlease, Keysight Agree UK Distribution Pact

Microlease, Keysight Agree UK Distribution Pact
Microlease is emerging as a major player in the test and measurement distribution sector. The Harrow-based company has signed a distribution agreement with Keysight Technologies covering the UK. The agreement encompasses the full range of Keysight test and measurement instrumentation from hand-held imaging cameras to high-end Infiniium oscilloscopes.
31st March 2015

imec & sureCore start SRAM design IP collaboration

sureCore and imec are collaborating on low-power SRAM IP, including the licensing of a set of imec SRAM design IP to sureCore to expand sureCore's IP portfolio and a participation in sureCore. In order to tap into the design ecosystem around imec, sureCore will establish a branch in Leuven which will consist of highly experienced designers who built up their expertise at imec and who will be instrumental in the collaboration between sureCore and imec.
31st March 2015

JLT joins Navis Ready partner programme

JLT joins Navis Ready partner programme
JLT Mobile Computers has announced it has joined the Navis Ready partner programme and will initiate validation of its rugged vehicle-mount computers against the Navis N4 terminal OS. Validation of JLT hardware is expected to be completed soon and will underline that the JLT products deliver the best possible performance and reliability in the most challenging working environments.
30th March 2015


Gov’t pledges £40m to IoT

The UK’s out-going coalition government’s Chancellor, George Osborne, has pledged £40m in research in to the IoT as part of a larger £140m figure aimed at funding developments in science and innovation.
30th March 2015

Embedded active optical system allows direct-soldered connection

Embedded active optical system allows direct-soldered connection
Hirose Electric have developed and released the BF4 series. The product is a small, space saving embedded Active Optical system, which allows for a connector to be soldered onto the PCB, then the optical device with built in E/O and O/E converters to be plugged onto the board.
27th March 2015

Business agreement looks to drive local economic development

NXP Semiconductors have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Chinese commercial real estate developer B.M. Holding Group and integrated IT service provider Digital China Holdings. The Memorandum officially establishes the parties as strategic partners in the construction of a large-scale 'smart' business district in the center of Shanghai, incorporating innovative wireless networking technology.
27th March 2015

O-S-D sales reach an all-time high of $63.8bn

According to IC Insights’ 2015 O-S-D report, titled A Market Analysis and Forecast for Optoelectronics, Sensors/Actuators, and Discretes, worldwide sales of optoelectronics, sensors, actuators and discrete semiconductors have increased 9% to reach an all-time high of $63.8bn after rising just 1% in 2012 and 2013. Modest gains in the global economy, steady increases in electronic systems production and higher unit demand in 2014 drove a strong recovery in discretes along with substantial improvements in sensors/actuators and greater growth in optoelectronics.
27th March 2015

CCD 200mm wafer line to be discontinued

Point Grey have confirmed that Sony Semiconductor will discontinue operations of their CCD 200mm wafer line at Kagoshima Technology Center in Japan by the end of March 2017. This line is responsible for production of all Sony CCD image sensors used in Point Grey cameras.
27th March 2015

MEMS market to undergo four-stage evolution over next 25 years, says report

With an impressive 20% growth in MEMS revenue compared to 2013, and sales revenues of more than $1.2bn, Robert Bosch GmbH is the clear number one in the global MEMS market, says Yole Développement. From Yole's yearly analysis of Top 100 MEMS Players, analysts have released the 2014 Top 20 MEMS Players Ranking, showing the emergence of what could be a future ‘MEMS titan’.
27th March 2015

Webinar addresses surface quality requirements

Zestron will present a webinar on surface quality requirements on 19th May 2015 at 10am, open to all.  In this 45 minute webinar, the participants will learn what requirements the surface quality of the assembly needs to meet in order to maximise bond adhesion and minimise standard deviation.
27th March 2015


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