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dSpace announces support for FMI Standard 2.0

dSpace announces support for FMI Standard 2.0
On July 25, 2014, the Modelica Association Project Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) announced the release of the FMI standard 2.0. dSPACE is among the first providers to provide tool chain support to the FMI standard 2.0; a manufacturer-independent interface that allows users to integrate simulation models from different modeling tools into one overall model. 
30th July 2014

Rochester increases Intel portfolio to more than 5m

Rochester increases Intel portfolio to more than 5m
Following a transfer of chipset products, Rochester Electronics has increased its inventory of Intel product by more than five million. As an authorised distributor for the semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester will continue to support Intel customers with ongoing demand for more than 60 unique part types, which make up this shipment. These include PCI-to-PCI bridges, I/O controller hubs, GMCH and 32-bit MPUs. 
30th July 2014

iPad app provides direct link to passive components

iPad app provides direct link to passive components
An app allowing for the easy access of Vishay Intertechnology's Super 12 and Engineer's Toolbox collections has been made available for the iPad. Vishay's Super 12  brings together a dozen key semiconductor and passive components featuring improved technologies that can significantly improve the performance of end products and systems.
30th July 2014


Gresham Power secures £1.18m for MARS UPS systems

Gresham Power secures £1.18m for MARS UPS systems
Gresham Power Electronics has secured a £1.18m order from Korea to supply UPS systems. These systems will then be fitted to four MARS (Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability) tankers being built by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME). To be delivered to the UK MoD, each MARS tanker requires a total of eight UPS systems of various power ratings.  
29th July 2014

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


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