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Kickstarter’s 10 most funded projects

Kickstarter’s 10 most funded projects
New York-based public benefit crowd funding corporation, Kickstarter, has the mission statement of ‘helping to bring creative projects to life’. Founded in 2009 Kickstarter has so far helped to launch over 350,000 projects and has received pledges in excess of $3bn. That’s a lot of products and a lot of dollars. So, what have been the stand-out projects in Kickstarter’s eight years in existence.
16th August 2017

SPDT switch offers failsafe characteristics

SPDT switch offers failsafe characteristics
Recently announced by Aspen Electronics is a failsafe SPDT switch from Guerilla RF for cellular boosters, cellular infrastructure and L-band Satellite Communications. The GRF6011 is a linear, ultra-low loss switch that has been designed with failsafe characteristics when all voltage inputs are removed.
16th August 2017

Taiwan includes RoHS in EEE standard inspection

In its standard inspection for EEE – the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) Certification Compliance Assessment - Taiwan has included its RoHS. This follows the publishing of CNS 15663 - Guidance on the reduction of the restricted chemical substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEE), in July 2013. BSMI CNS 15663 set maximum concentration values (MCV) for six hazardous substances found in nine types of EEE.
15th August 2017


Apple mobility partner invests in UK expansion

Apple mobility partner invests in UK expansion
  Apple mobility partner WWT Asynchrony Labs, the software development arm of $9bn World Wide Technology, has opened its European headquarters in London’s Canary Wharf. The firm partners with Apple in an R&D role with access to alpha and beta products.
15th August 2017

Semiconductor sales keep on growing

Semiconductor sales keep on growing
Based on the latest WSTS data, the new European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) report revealed that European semiconductor sales in June 2017 reached $3.165bn, an increase of 18.3% compared to June 2016. On a worldwide basis, semiconductor sales in June 2017 were $32.642bn, up 2.0% from May and up 23.7% versus June 2016. All monthly sales numbers represent a three-month moving average.
14th August 2017

Anritsu set pace in telecoms training

Anritsu set pace in telecoms training
Anritsu has signed a strategic training partnership agreement with Ubi-Tech (3R) a specialist in delivering engineering & training services to the telecommunications industry. Under the terms of the new agreement, Ubi-Tech will offer Anritsu Approved, instructor led, industry standard, certification training to the telecommunication market in the UK and Ireland.
14th August 2017

Microsemi enables industry leaders to deliver NVMe-oF architectures

Provider of semiconductor solutions, Microsemi has announced its collaboration with Mellanox Technologies, and Celestica to develop a reference architecture for NVM express over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) applications as part of Microsemi’s Accelerate Ecosystem Programme.
14th August 2017

Considering the chronological order of connections within networks

Considering the chronological order of connections within networks
  Ingo Scholtes from the Chair of Systems Design has developed an analytical method that takes account of the chronological order of connections within networks. This not only makes it possible to more accurately identify links between topics on the internet, but also makes it easier to predict the spread of epidemics, for example.
14th August 2017

Vertical farming features on Shaping Smarter Cities video

Vertical farming features on Shaping Smarter Cities video
Mouser Electronics, along with celebrity engineer Grant Imahara, has released the third videoin the Shaping Smarter Cities series, part of Mouser’s Empowering Innovation Together program. In the latest video, Imahara travels to Tokyo to meet with top executives and engineers from Mirai and discuss new developments in vertical farming.
14th August 2017

Stadium achieves SC21 award for fifth consecutive year

Stadium achieves SC21 award for fifth consecutive year
Stadium Group says that the company’s HMI division (Stadium IGT) has achieved the Supply Chains for the 21st Century (SC21) bronze award for the fifth consecutive year. The company operates a design centre and manufacturing facility for HMI technologies in Eastleigh, UK, which provides expertise in hardware, software and system integration for HMI solutions, and is able to deliver rapid turn-around prototyping and low-cost volume manufacturing.
10th August 2017


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