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G3-PLC certification programme to be launched

A certification programme for the G3-PLC, which will be available for both present and future members of the G3-PLC Alliance, is being launched. The certification programme will cover conformance, performance and interoperability testing. Products will be awarded with the certificate if they conform to the G3-PLC specifications, fulfil defined performance requirements and are interoperable with other G3-PLC certified devices.
2nd September 2014

Connector series cover low, mid, high-power spectrum

Connector series cover low, mid, high-power spectrum
Molex’s Perfect Fit range comprises three series of robust, reliable power interconnects. Mega-Fit, Mini-Fit Jr and Micro-Fit 3.0 connectors provide a power solution for a wide range of applications across a broad range of markets, from defence to consumer. All three series are available from TTI.
2nd September 2014

ARM celebrates 50th licensing agreement

As momentum builds for greater computer capability across a wide range of applications, a total of 27 companies have signed licensing agreements for ARM's ARMv8-A technology. This is the company's 50th licensing agreement for it's technology, which includes support for 64-bit computing.
2nd September 2014


Programme targets digital classrooms

To support the growing adoption of mobile technology in education, Lantronix has launched a programme to help schools and universities optimise their investment in today’s digital classrooms. The Print and Learn (PAL) Programme, which is sponsored by the National Parent Teacher Organisation (PTO), closes the loop on the missing link for students and teachers who need to print from their mobile devices.
1st September 2014

Project achieves record breaking data transmission rate

The Guinness Book of Records have recognised MODE-GAP, the European collaborative R&D project, for achieving the highest data transmission rate over hollow-core optical fibre. Supported within the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme, the project has brought together leading European organisations to address methods of resolving the future communication network capacity crunch.
28th August 2014

Anritsu wins Frost & Sullivan field RF testing crown

Anritsu wins Frost & Sullivan field RF testing crown
Anritsu Company has received the 2014 Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Leadership Award in the Global Field RF Testing market. In conducting the research, Frost & Sullivan incorporated key benchmarking criteria that were developed to evaluate the entire client experience and strategy implementation excellence.
28th August 2014

Dedicated switch web shop launches with audio attenuator

Dedicated switch web shop launches with audio attenuator
A new dedicated rotary switch web shop, RotarySwitchesOnline.com has been launched by Foremost Electronics. The debut product is Elma Electronics’ A47 audio attenuator. It is the first device to be announced in a new series of PCB-based audio switches being introduced by Elma.
27th August 2014

Tablet games market will reach $13.3bn in 2019

According to a report from Juniper Research, 2019 worldwide revenues from tablet games will reach $13.3bn, up from $3.6bn in 2014. 'Mobile & Handheld Games: Discover, Monetise, Advertise 2014–2019' indicates that growth will be fuelled by improved storage capacity, better graphical capabilities, increasing mobile broadband penetration and consumers’ preference for convenience and ubiquity.
27th August 2014

Murata acquires Peregrine for $471m

Murata Electronics has entered into a definitive agreement acquire all outstanding shares of Peregrine Semiconductor for $12.50 per share in cash, or a total transaction value of $471 million ($465 million excluding Murata’s existing holding). Part of Murata’s strategy to expand its core business, Peregrine will become a wholly owned subsidiary and continue with its current business model of solving the world’s toughest RF challenges.
26th August 2014

IoT solutions embrace hardware, software and services

IoT solutions embrace hardware, software and services
Rutronik has launched a new range of bundled hardware, software and services under the RUTRONIK SMART brand. It brings together entire solutions, consisting of selected sensors, wireless components, micro-controllers, power management and safety solutions for devices on the Internet of Things (IoT).
26th August 2014


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