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Software security requires increased diligence

Analysing software can be challenging but it’s becoming even more critical, particularly as security plays an ever-increasingly important role in embedded devices.
28th July 2014

Fox releases updated oscillator brochure

Fox Electronics has published an updated XpressO brochure which includes the full line of XpressO-ULTRA oscillators. These devices provide improved phase noise and reduced jitter for modern high-speed data transmissions with rigorous requirements such as 40 and 100GbE WAN/LANs, 16 and 32Gb fibre channel, 6 and 12Gbps SAS/SATA storage and high speed OTNs.
28th July 2014

Report finds analog unit shipments grew 15% in 2013

In its mid-year update to the 2014 McClean Report, IC Insights have highlighted that between 2013 and 2018, analog unit shipments are forecast to grow at an average annual rate of 8.9%. This is faster than the 7.2% forecast for the total IC market and faster than all other major IC product categories (Figure 1).
25th July 2014


AMOLED display market will reach $16bn by 2020

AMOLED display market will reach $16bn by 2020
Detailing a 10 year forecast by both market segments and display type (distinguishing between rigid plastic and flexible displays), IDTechEx has released the 'OLED Display Forecasts 2014-2024: The Rise of Plastic and Flexible Displays' report. Based on the information in this report, the company has forecast that the market for plastic and flexible OLED displays will rise to $16bn by 2020.
25th July 2014

University of Glasgow spinout signs licensing deal

A University of Glasgow spinout company, which has developed technology to address the increasing challenges of silicon chip development, has signed a multimillion dollar deal with a major semiconductor foundry. Gold Standard Simulations (GSS) has announced a multi-million dollar contract to license its TCAD/EDA tool suite to GLOBALFOUNDRIES.
25th July 2014

TVS wins NATEP grant to extend aerospace test programme

TVS wins NATEP grant to extend aerospace test programme
Test and Verification Solutions (TVS) has successfully bid for a prestigious grant from the National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme (NATEP) in the UK. Following a shortlisting of proposals and a formal presentation of its asureSIGN concept to a NATEP assessment panel, a TVS-led team has been awarded the grant to extend its asureSIGNTM requirements and verification management tool technology for the aerospace sector.
25th July 2014

Load cells monitor Turkish tunnel project systems

Load cells monitor Turkish tunnel project systems
Mantracourt Electronics’ SGA load cells are being used within the monitoring systems of the Marmaray Project, a major new rail tunnel project in Turkey. The 76.3km long tunnel is the deepest immersed tunnel in the world and is regarded as the foremost challenging infrastructure project in Turkey.
24th July 2014

Digi-Key marches on in Europe

Digi-Key marches on in Europe
Digi-Key President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Larson is looking relaxed and happy in his usual London hotel haunt. Not entirely surprising as he is in Europe, and more specifically the UK, a region and area fuelling phenomenal growth for the Thief River Falls-based distributor.“Europe is a shining star for us,” he observes. That’s almost an understatement when you look at the numbers.
23rd July 2014

ARM technology licensed by Atmel

For devices requiring image, video and display capabilities, Atmel has licensed processor and security IP from ARM. Atmel plans to integrate the Cortex-A7 processor, Mali-V500 video accelerator, Mali-DP500 display processor and TrustZone technology into silicon for wearable devices and automated factory tasks which are reliant on image processing, such as identifying faulty products.
23rd July 2014

Dialog Semiconductors donates £80,000 to UTC Swindon

Dialog Semiconductors has donated £40,000 to UTC Swindon for specialist equipment, as well as an additional £40,000 for the first academic year, it has been announced. Opening in September 2014 and catering for 600 students aged 14-19, the college will provide courses for young people who aspire to a career in engineering. Students at UTC Swindon will have the opportunity to gain the necessary skills across all the diverse sectors of the engineering industries.
22nd July 2014


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