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“Extrovert” modem fills market demands

Protection of customised industrial computers from temperature, moisture, dust, and vibration is the backbone of Logic Supply’s hardware offering. Now, customers can link the company's rugged embedded systems to the 4G LTE cellular network without the time and cost – several months and as much as $50,000 – associated with system certification. The company’s new Extrovert line of 4G SIM card-based modems are pre-certified to work on major carrier networks.
13th January 2017

One click opens product information path

One click opens product information path
A simpler route to access product datasheets on its website has been introduced by Mouser Electronics. Mouser customers now can find product information more easily via Datasheets, Images and Newest Products, in addition to searching for products through the site’s parametric Product Search.
12th January 2017

What connectivity trends are in the food industry?

What connectivity trends are in the food industry?
Under the ever-growing pressure to reduce costs, the food processing industry are also encouraged to simultaneously boost quality, guarantee food safety, and operate with smaller and smaller batch sizes. Jeremy Shinton of Mitsubishi Electric looks at how trends in connectivity are helping to address these requirements.
12th January 2017


u-blox expects continued strong growth for 2017

u-blox forecasts for FY 2016 revenues of CHF 360 million, and EBIT between CHF 56 and 58 million. The revenue was lower than expected due to slow business progress in the Americas where customers delayed further investments into mobility solutions, and took a more prudent approach in launching new products. The EBIT prediction has been narrowed down and remains high as before, and in relative terms it has improved again, profiting from a favorable product mix.
12th January 2017

Link Microtek wins contract to supply high-power microwave circulator

Link Microtek wins contract to supply high-power microwave circulator
Link Microtek has been awarded a contract by the Science & Technology Facilities Council to supply a high-power microwave circulator assembly for a new particle accelerator project that is currently under development. The high-power S-band circulator, which is being designed and manufactured by US firm Ferrite Microwave Technologies, will be used in the RF front-end section of the next-generation light source test facility known as CLARA (compact linear accelerator for research and applications).
11th January 2017

Ten years on: How the iPhone changed everything

Ten years on: How the iPhone changed everything
According to Ian Fogg, Director at IHS Technology, the iPhone changed everything. Here he explains how it changed the entire market by changing what people thought a mobile phone should be.
10th January 2017

EU gateone-project aims to 'Smart Anything Everywhere'

EU gateone-project aims to 'Smart Anything Everywhere'
Innovation and business accelerator for companies involved in smart technologies, Blumorpho, has announced that its EU-backed gateone-project has overseen the fast-track development of 35 innovation projects since the three-year programme began in 2015. 
10th January 2017

Parts of ON Semiconductor range available at Avnet Silica

Avnet Silica provides the full range of ON Semiconductor products following the ON Semiconductor acquisition of Fairchild Semiconductor. The acquisition positions ON Semiconductor as a leading supplier of power management and analog semiconductor solutions for a wide range of applications and end-markets. The full complement of products from the ON Semiconductor Power Solutions Group, Analog Solutions Group, and Image Sensor Group is available from Avnet Silica.
10th January 2017

Linux-based ECUs are compliant to OEM requirements

Linux-based ECUs are compliant to OEM requirements
Vector is supplementing its portfolio of basic software products by adding a flash bootloader for Linux-based ECUs. Developers will now benefit from a quick and easy solution for reprogramming these ECUs according to OEM-specific requirements. It enables reliable updating of shell scripts and graphic data as well as configuration and operating system files. Infotainment and telematic controllers feature high-resolution graphics and comprehensive connectivity.
9th January 2017

Visualize 3D product supports R2016x

Theorem Solutions announces the release of the latest CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE to JT translator, from Theorem’s Visualize 3D product range, with a number of new product features and enhancements, alongside general updates to improve geometry quality. V19.3 supports CATIA V6R2013x, 3DEXPERIENCE R2014x, R2015x and R2016x and Jtk. 8.0. This uni-directional product can be licensed with Theorem’s JT to CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Visualize 3D product to create a bi-directional translator.
9th January 2017


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