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BBMC capacity to reach 7.4m in 2018, predicts report

In its latest report, Lux Research has predicted that the capacity of emerging Bio-Based Materials and Chemicals (BBMC) technology will more than triple from 2008 to 2018, rising to 7.4m metric tons. Lux predicts that the United States and Brazil will drive capacity growth to nearly 3m tons in the Americas alone.
27th January 2015

The choice between STTMRAM/MRAM & RRAM will be made by 2017

According to Yole Développement, the technological choice between STTMRAM/MRAM and RRAM will be made in the next two years. In its report, titled 'Emerging Non Volatile Memory (NVM) Technology & Market Trends', the company describes why and how emerging NVM technologies will be increasingly used in industrial and transportation, enterprise storage, wearables, mobiles devices, mass storage and MCU smart cards. 
26th January 2015

Vodafone recognises STMicroelectronics as outstanding

Vodafone has recognised STMicroelectronics for Outstanding Delivery Performance. ST provides secure MCU products for advanced SIM and M2M modules to Vodafone and its partner companies across multiple geographies. 
26th January 2015


IMI Precision Engineering encompasses fluid power businesses

From January 2015, all of IMI’s fluid power businesses, including the market leaders Norgren, will be brought under one new division: IMI Precision Engineering. Norgren’s range of products will become IMI Norgren, one of a portfolio of flagship product brands which also include IMI Buschjost, IMI FAS, IMI Maxseal and IMI Herion.
26th January 2015

Compact storage system interfaces easily with pick & place machines

Essemtec has announced that a leading SMT equipment manufacturer has concluded a contract with Essemtec, to supply 100 of its Cubus storage systems, for delivery in the coming 12 months. The first systems have already been delivered to Southeast Asia and to multiple sites in Europe.
26th January 2015

Intelligent display developer sponsors UK conference

Intelligent display developer sponsors UK conference
Intelligent Display Solutions (IDS), a division of Intelligent Group Solutions, will be the lead sponsor of this year's UK Device Developers' Conference. The event, targeted at engineers and computer scientists working in the development of intelligent systems and devices, will take place during May and June in Reading, Cambridge, Manchester and Uphall (Scotland).
26th January 2015

HMI & SCADA open control software achieves SIL-2

HMI & SCADA open control software achieves SIL-2
Copa Data has received the Safety Integrity Level 2 (SIL-2) certification, carried out by TÜV Süd rail, and thus now meets requirements in accordance with the international standard IEC 61508 for the reliability of the safety functions of operational facilities. Companies that use its zenon software offering can achieve SIL-2 for their systems and infrastructures this way.
26th January 2015

German electronics industry achieves 2.4% year-on-year growth

German electronics manufacturers overcame challenging international markets to achieve 2.4% year-on-year growth for the 11 months preceding November 2014, the ZVEI (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie eV, German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association) has reported. Turnover in the German industry is expected to have totaled €171bn over the year.
26th January 2015

Multiple end-use industries rejuvenate PLC market

According to analysis from Frost & Sullivan, the global PLC market witnessed a strong decline in growth in 2012 due to the uncertain economic scenario in the developed world, notably in mature North American and European markets. However, since 2013, the market has witnessed positive growth across all regions, particularly in emerging regions such as Asia-Pacific. These regions are displaying uptrends due to increased activity in the construction, water and wastewater and power industries.
23rd January 2015

IC market rebounds, but CAGR remains low

IC insights has released details of IC market growth from 19810 to 2019 forecasts. The figure below shows the IC market size at the beginning and end of each decade since the 1980s and the corresponding CAGR for each 10 year period. The company recognises the importance of the endpoints chosen for each CAGR and how they can easily sway the data to look very good or simply mediocre. Therefore, end points were selected based solely on the start and end of each decade.
23rd January 2015


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