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Future Electronics signs GP Batteries in EMEA and Americas

Future Electronics signs GP Batteries in EMEA and Americas
Future Electronics has signed a franchise distribution agreement with GP Batteries, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of primary and rechargeable batteries for electronics products. The agreement with GP Batteries International gives Future Electronics a sales franchise spanning the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, and North and South America.
19th September 2017

The coffee shop of the future

The coffee shop of the future
Costa Coffee are working in partnership with Cambridge Wireless (CW) and The Innovation Dividend to deliver a day-long Coffee Shop Ideation at the newly opened Bradfield Centre in Cambridge, UK. Supported by the technology community, companies are invited to pitch their innovative idea to an expert judging panel on 25th September. Winners will have the opportunity to showcase their technology the following day to Costa executives for potential investment.
18th September 2017

Asset-based management solution slashes costs

Asset-based management solution slashes costs
There is the £100,000 oscilloscope wedged in front of a door or how about the cupboard containing 20 instrument modules which virtually plead “use me” when the door is opened. Just a couple of the anecdotal evidence examples Microlease has collected on how companies misuse or lose track of their assets. And the test equipment sourcing specialist has concrete research to prove the point.
17th September 2017


Investment in voice-controlled human machine interfaces

Investment in voice-controlled human machine interfaces
In just three years from now, we can expect that 30 billion devices will belong to the Internet of Things (IoT). Cars, homes, industrial plants and consumer devices are rapidly becoming connected to the Internet. While today the interaction between humans and machines is mostly done by touch, the next evolutionary step of IoT will lead to the omni-presence of high-performance voice control. Infineon Technologies wants to further develop its capabilities to shape this market segment.
15th September 2017

Rutronik team offers guide to EU data protection regulation

Rutronik team offers guide to EU data protection regulation
Rutronik has founded a team to assist its customers with the implementation of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The team is composed of experts from multiple departments and offers advice and tips on the secure transfer, storage, and processing of data in addition to developing complete GDPR-compliant system concepts.
14th September 2017

Mouser, Industruino sign global pact

Mouser, Industruino sign global pact
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Industruino, manufacturers of Arduino-compatible boards fully enclosed in DIN rail-mountable casings. Industruino’s open source products are ideal for permanent or prototype industrial applications, including automation, data logging, and human machine interaction (HMI).
13th September 2017

Viking Technology memories climb aboard at Digi-Key

Viking Technology memories climb aboard at Digi-Key
A portfolio of advanced memory technologies from Viking Technology is available for immediate shipment worldwide from Digi-Key Electronics. Viking Technology is a global supplier of Non-Volatile Memory, Solid State Drives (SSD), DRAM modules, high density stacking solutions, and custom memory engineering.
13th September 2017

RIP home button: Apple launches iPhone X

RIP home button: Apple launches iPhone X
Yesterday Apple revealed three new iPhone models: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. iPhone X is a premium priced smartphone which for the first time will carry a £1,000+ price tag. The iPhone X’s features include a 5.8” Super Retina OLED display, A11 Bionic chip, wireless charging and an improved rear camera with dual optical image stabilisation. In addition, the way you access your smartphone will change.
13th September 2017

Arbitrary waveform generator aids Innsbruck University research

Arbitrary waveform generator aids Innsbruck University research
The Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the University of Innsbruck, Austria has chosen a Spectrum Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) to generate a wide variety of signals for its research.  Because of the variety of experiments that it would be used for, it was important to have an AWG that is easy to program using a PC so that the output could be easily customised to each use. 
12th September 2017

QinetiQ to recruit over 100 to support CIT business

To support the growth strategy for QinetiQ's Cyber, Information and Training (CIT) business, the company is launching a campaign to recruit over 100 new employees.
12th September 2017


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