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197,000PB of mobile data by 2019, predicts report

Juniper Research has forecast that mobile data traffic generated by smartphones, featurephones and tablets will approach almost 197,000PB by 2019, equivalent to over 10bn Blu-ray movies. However, the research found that only 41% of the data generated by these devices will be carried over cellular networks, the majority of mobile data traffic being offloaded to WiFi networks.
28th May 2015

Calibration service expands operations

Calibration service expands operations
A specialist UKAS accredited calibration service for electrical and electronic test and measurement equipment has expanded its operations to meet growing demand. Calibrationhouse has invested in extended workshop facilities and new test technology, as well as recruiting additional service and calibration engineers at its County Durham headquarters.
27th May 2015

Early 2015's top 20 semiconductor suppliers analysed

Early 2015's top 20 semiconductor suppliers analysed
IC Insights will release an update to the 2015 McClean Report in late May 2015. This update includes a discussion of the history and evolution of IC industry cycles, an update of the capital spending forecast by company, and a look at the top 25 1Q15 semiconductor suppliers (the top 20 1Q15 semiconductor suppliers are covered in this bulletin).
27th May 2015


Wireless testing enhances Swiss manufacturing plant

Wireless testing enhances Swiss manufacturing plant
Wireless testing has been installed at ESCATEC’s manufacturing facility in Heerbrugg, Switzerland. "The Internet of Things will mean that almost all products will have some form of wireless interface," said Thomas Eschenmoser, ESCATEC's Section Head Test Engineering. 
26th May 2015

Report calls for household products to cater for older users

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is today calling for Government and industry to ensure major infrastructure projects and more household products are designed to cater for older users. The recent report, 21st Century Engineering for an Ageing Population, makes five key recommendations about how engineering and engineers could play a role in meeting the needs of the increasing number of older people in the UK.
26th May 2015

Nanosatellite to be launched into orbit

Nanosatellite to be launched into orbit
Low Power Radio Solutions (LPRS) has announced that it is a product sponsor in support of the Warwickshire University Satellite (WUSat) Programme. The Warwickshire University Satellite Team, an undergraduate team now in its ninth year of operation, was in the beginning to complete six years of work as the electrical power subsystem team on ESA’s Moon Orbiting satellite (ESMO).
26th May 2015

Service life calculation tool supports online design

The EPCOS FilmCap Service Life Calculation Tool, recently released by TDK, is a tool for supporting online design. The integral database contains about 250 EPCOS film capacitors from the B3267 and B3277 series for the DC link circuits of converters. This powerful tool enables as many as 10 load profiles to be entered at one time, calculated and stored, if desired, for later use.
22nd May 2015

Free technical forums head to Oxford and Manchester

Free technical forums head to Oxford and Manchester
Motiv8 has stirred the pot for its two upcoming free technical forums for engineers in June attracting companies to the forums including ISSI and MobileMark Antenna Solutions. The forums covering RF and Wireless and LED and Lighting will take place at the Williams F1 Conference Centre at Grove, near Oxford on June 16 and at the Emirates Old Trafford (pictured), Manchester on June 18.
22nd May 2015

Future engineering talent in Chinese electronics industry

STMicroelectronics and ARM have announced the creation of an innovation lab initiative to promote the ARMmbed and STM32 technologies in China. The collaboration will develop and expand the Chinese engineering community targeting global IoT opportunities.
21st May 2015

Ohmite, ARCOL combine on resistors

The recent acquisition by ANCRA, part of the HEICO group, has enabled Ohmite and ARCOL to combine and bring together 150 years of resistor know-how. The HEICO group is a diversified manufacturing company headquartered in Chicago. ARCOL can now offer the combined product range including resistors such as: the Ohmite high-power thick film resistor TAP1000 & 2000 series; the Audio Gold non-magnetic resistor range; and the RX-1M Hi-Meg Hermetically Sealed resistors which offer Ultra High Resistance.
19th May 2015


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