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Epiphany co-processor joins RS portfolio

Epiphany co-processor joins RS portfolio
RS Components has signed a distribution agreement covering Europe and Asia with Adapteva, producer of the Epiphany multicore coprocessor and developer of the popular Parallella-16 board. Parallella was introduced to the industry through a successful Kickstarter crowdsourcing campaign.
21st September 2014

Structural electronics market could reach $60bn by 2025

Structural electronics is a large new market assessed in the IDTechEx report 'Structural Electronics 2015-2025: Applications, Technologies, Forecasts'. The report provides ten year forecasts for structural electronics and for key enabling technologies employed or envisaged such as printed electronics. Electric vehicles particularly need structural electronics so their numbers are forecast for the next ten years, in 37 categories. By Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx.
19th September 2014

Banking & payment offers opportunities for smart cards

According to the '2014 Global Smart Card Forecaster' report, the market is forecast to earn revenues of €7.16bn in 2019, up from €5.37bn in 2013. According to Frost & Sullivan's report, the global smart card market will see steady growth due to the increasing emphasis on the Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) standard in the payment and banking vertical.
19th September 2014


Asia-Pacific remains dominant market for IC sales

According to data from IC Insights' 'Update to the 2014 IC Market Drivers' report, Asia-Pacific remains the dominant market for IC sales. In 2014, the region is forecast to account for nearly 59% of the $285.9bn IC market.
19th September 2014

Apple Watches provide sapphire displays but iPhones don't

Apple has announced that its 4.7 and 5.5” iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus will both feature a traditional ion-exchange strengthened glass display cover. Sapphire remains in the camera lens cover and the touch ID sensor, features that were already present on the iPhone5s. Yole Développement believes that technical and manufacturing issues in the supply chain have prevented Apple from using sapphire as the display cover in this year's iPhone.
19th September 2014

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


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