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MegaChips completes SiTime acquisition

SiTime announces the completion of its acquisition by MegaChips. This closing follows the earlier announcement that SiTime had entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by MegaChips for $200m in cash. SiTime will retain its name and operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of MegaChips.
25th November 2014

Green Hills Software & MEN partner

Aiming to develop pre-certified safety platforms for applications in the industrial and transportation sectors, Green Hills Software and MEN Mikro Elektronik have announced a partnership. The multi-year, multi-safety standard agreement unites these vendors in the delivery of SBC hardware and RTOS. This co-operation will enable customers to focus on the development of their own applications, confident in the knowledge that they can achieve required safety certifications while minimising risk and cost.
25th November 2014

2015 CES features 25% more robots

2015 CES features 25% more robots
From humanoid entertainment devices to robotic cleaning machines, robots promise to revolutionise the way consumers interact with the world and monitor their health and environment. The Consumer Electronics Association announced that robotics exhibits at the 2015 International CES, 6th to 9th January, 2015, in Las Vegas, have grown 25% from the previous year.
25th November 2014


Newbury Electronics announces design & development division

Newbury Electronics has announced the formation of Newbury Innovation, a division solely focussed on electronic design and the launch of a supporting website (newburyinnovation.co.uk). This division recognises the increasing importance of the company's expertise in electronic design and development and is an area where they envisage considerable growth.
25th November 2014

X-ES recognised for support of Missiles & Space programme

In recognition of support for the United States Army’s Missiles and Space programme, X-ES was recently visited and congratulated by Brigadier General L. Neil Thurgood. General Thurgood and his staff travelled to Middleton, Wisconsin to personally thank X-ES and present eight individual certificates of appreciation. These certificates recognised the employees directly involved with the delivery and outstanding support of the rugged Intel Core i7-based SBCs used for his programme.
25th November 2014

Eurotech named Red Hat ISV Advanced Partner

Eurotech announced today that they have joined the Red Hat Partner Program, becoming a Red Hat ISV Advanced Partner. The convergence between embedded technologies and enterprise technologies is continuing at sustained pace, as open source solutions and open standards expand their footprint in M2M Gateways and M2M Integration Platforms on Cloud.
25th November 2014

ARM & UNICEF to deliver health education in Ghana

As the United Nations marks the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, humanitarian technology company Literacy Bridge has announced a multi-year partnership with UNICEF and ARM to deliver health education to 40,000 vulnerable people in Ghana. The announcement comes on the day the UN General Assembly meets in New York to discuss how it can use innovative approaches to make the vision of the Convention a reality for all children.
25th November 2014

CC-Link IE leads the way to Industry 4.0

CC-Link IE leads the way to Industry 4.0
One might argue that a technology becomes mainstream when politicians begin debating it. The German chancellor, Angela Merkel made a very interesting statement about Industry 4.0 during the national IT Summit that took place in Germany at the end of October.  By John Browett, General Manager of CLPA-Europe
24th November 2014

NXP acquires assets & IP related to Quintic's BTLE business

NXP Semiconductors has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Quintic to acquire assets and IP related to its Wearable and Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) IC business. This transaction contributes to NXP’s drive to create security and connectivity solutions for fast-growing IoT applications in health and fitness wearables, mobile transactions, proximity marketing, smart home and automotive.
24th November 2014

'Big 4' share 75% of consumer inertial combos market

Combo sensors continue their growth in a market expected to reach $1.4bn in 2019, overcoming discrete sensors. Yole Développement proposes a deep analysis of the inertial combos for consumer application, with its report, '6&9 Axis Sensors Consumer Inertial Combos'. According to Yole’s analysis, cellphones and tablets still drive the market but wearables will soon take their place in the landscape.
24th November 2014


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