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Microchip reclaim MCU leadership

Microchip reclaim MCU leadership
  Microchip Technology has reclaimed the number-one position in worldwide 8-bit MCU revenue, according to industry analyst firm Gartner’s just-published 2014 rankings. This validates Microchip’s unwavering commitment and innovation efforts for its 8-bit PIC MCU portfolio.
27th April 2015

Is IT taking you backwards into the future?

The IT world is changing fast and staying abreast of recent developments, as well as across issues such as security and energy consumption, is a constant concern for IT executives. The full or partial failure of an IT system would constitute an enormous cost to a business but assessing levels of risk and pre-empting any threat is a challenging task, not least because updating legacy systems can be very expensive.
27th April 2015

The importance of reliability and maintenance

The importance of reliability and maintenance
  The annual industry survey from UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supplies), which questions 2000 IT professionals across the UK, has revealed that reliability and professional maintenance services are the most important priorities for UPS users.
27th April 2015


The most common information security risks

The most common information security risks
A recent survey conducted by Electroustic revealed industry’s unsustainable approach to information security. The survey showed a pressing lack of information about the most common security risks in an age where industrial internet and remote data access are steadily being implemented on the factory floor. An impressive 34% of respondents said their companies don’t have an information security policy.
27th April 2015

MIPS made freely available for CPU architecture education

MIPS made freely available for CPU architecture education
Imagination Technologies has announced a revolutionary offering as part of its Imagination University Programme (IUP), called MIPSfpga. Through MIPSfpga, Imagination is transforming CPU architecture education in universities around the globe by offering them free and open access to a fully-validated, current generation MIPS CPU in a complete teaching package.
27th April 2015

Are you a Trekkie, or Jedi, you are?

Are you a Trekkie, or Jedi, you are?
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Mouser Electronics partnered with celebrity engineer Grant Imahara to start its five year mission: the Space Exploration Series and Space Challenge. This series includes a return to the question which has divided nerds like myself for decades: “Which reigns supreme: Star Wars or Star Trek?”
24th April 2015

If it's good enough for Thomas Edison!

If it's good enough for Thomas Edison!
Amplicon has sealed a new partnership to gain access to the full Belden range which includes hundreds of connectivity and networking products for a variety of markets. Belden were established in 1902 and one of their early customers was Thomas Edison. This prestigious history and vast range of switching hardware, gives Amplicon customers access to over 100 years of combined networking, connectivity and cable expertise and knowledge.
24th April 2015

Interactive platform provides engineers with current trends

TE Connectivity has launched an interactive innovation platform called TE CONNECTED. The latest service, which is available in both English and German, provides engineers in factory and machine automation with current information on the latest technology trends and industry developments.
24th April 2015

Implant delivers drugs to tumour for impact analysis

Implant delivers drugs to tumour for impact analysis
More than 100 drugs are approved for cancer treatment, but predicting which ones will help a particular patient is an inexact science at best. A device developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) may change that. The implantable device, about the size of the grain of rice, can carry small doses of up to 30 different drugs. After implanting it in a tumour and letting the drugs diffuse into the tissue, researchers can measure how effectively each one kills the patient’s cancer cells.
23rd April 2015

Glasswing butterfly effect reproduced for mobile displays

Glasswing butterfly effect reproduced for mobile displays
Researchers of KIT under the direction of Hendrik Hölscher found that irregular nanostructures on the surface of the glasswing butterfly wing cause the low reflection. In theoretical experiments, they succeeded in reproducing the effect that opens up fascinating application options for the displays of mobile phones or laptops.
23rd April 2015


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