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Discrete industry drives investments in the global PLM market

According to analysis from Frost & Sullivan, the global PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) market earned revenues of $20.45bn in 2013 and is expected to reach $27.78bn in 2017. 'Analysis of the Global PLM Market in Discrete Industries' predicts that investments in the global PLM market will be boosted by discrete industry manufacturers wanting to reduce capital expenditure, shorten lead times and improve productivity.
19th September 2014

Schottky diodes feature in new semiconductor product guide

Schottky diodes feature in new semiconductor product guide
The latest edition of Diotec Semiconductor Data Book and Selection Guide is now available from distributor Transonics.  The new edition covers the full range of semiconductors available from Diotec and many new products including Schottky Diodes with 150V reverse voltage withstand and up to 175°C junction temperature.
18th September 2014

IDT receives OEM supplier qualification for DDR4 chipset

Integrated Device Technology has received OEM and memory supplier qualification for it's DDR4 chipset on enterprise servers designed with the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 family. By supporting the latest generation of DDR technologies, the DDR4 server memory interface chipsets enable faster data rates at higher densities on RDIMMs and Load-Reduced DIMMS (LRDIMMs) supported by the Intel Xeon product family.
18th September 2014


Exar & iML complete merger

Exar and Integrated Memory Logic (iML) have completed their merger. Completed through a second-step merger to acquire all of the remaining outstanding shares of iML, Exar owns 100% of the outstanding stock of iML and iML stock is no longer publicly trading (as of 15th September 2014).
17th September 2014

Open office suite fixes 10,000 defects in less than 2 years

The results of a project, conducted by Coverity, has found that LibreOffice has analysed more than 9 million lines of code to find and fix more than 6,000 defects. The Coverity Scan Project Spotlight analysed defect type and density as compared to the industry average. The report is an update from the Coverity Scan Project Spotlight on LibreOffice issued in November 2013.  
17th September 2014

Microsemi to acquire Centellax

Strengthening the company's MMIC design technologies and communications product portfolio, Microsemi has signed an agreement to acquire Centellax.
11th September 2014

Sensors supplier expands into new facility

Sensors supplier expands into new facility
Edinburgh Sensors is expanding and has moved to a new facility in Livingston, Scotland. The company has seen a marked increase in interest from system integrators involved in a number of different markets including process control, waste management, total organic carbon monitoring and horticulture to name just a few. The new facility boasts an extended production area and additional office space for further expansion.
10th September 2014

AVX publishes interactive connector selector guide

Offering a comprehensive overview of the company's 46 innovative industrial connector solutions,AVX has published an interactive 'Industrial Connector Selector Guide'. The guide is organised by application (wire-to-board, board-to-board, wire-to-wire and specialty) and embeds links to application specific product catalogues and individual series datasheets.
10th September 2014

Current limiters and thermistors are REACH-compliant

Inrush current limiters and NTC thermistors, manufactured by Ametherm, now conform to the requirements of the REACH (European Union's Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals) regulation. This regulation was introduced in 2007 to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry.
10th September 2014

Detecting Majorana particles for next-gen quantum computing

Detecting Majorana particles for next-gen quantum computing
Researchers from the University of Surrey and the Ben-Gurion University in Israel have uncovered a new method to detect Majorana particles. Previous attempts to find the elusive Majorana particle have been promising without providing definitive and conclusive evidence of its existence.
10th September 2014


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