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PragmatIC accelerates innovation in smart sustainable manufacturing technologies
PragmatIC announces it is leading a £2.4m project with funding provided by the Made Smarter Innovation: Smart Sustainable Factory Challenge at UK Research and Innovation.
Agile chip design can lead to exciting applications
British flexible electronics company PragmatIC Semiconductor talks about a recent technical paper with the University of Illinois and outlines why bespoke chip design that is now possible at a fraction of the cost and time compared to conventional silicon will make such a difference. Cinthya Anand from PragmatIC Semiconductor discusses.
PragmatIC Semiconductor unveils plans for new UK site
PragmatIC Semiconductor's PragmatIC Park is set to be a centre of excellence for flexible electronics design and manufacturing
PragmatIC leads project to digitise reusable packaging
Ultra-low-cost NFC enables practical solutions that will accelerate adoption of packaging models.
How can RFID and innovative electronics make authentication easier?
This piece from Gillian Ewers, VP, Product Management and Marketing at PragmatIC Semiconductor discusses the value of radiofrequency identification in the prevention of counterfeit technologies and other areas of production.
PragmatIC re-invents the processor that changed the world
PragmatIC Semiconductor has announced that it has manufactured a flexible version of the 6502 processor, the design that kick-started the personal computer revolution.
Season 4 - Episode #8 - The ground-breaking PlasticARM project
In this episode of the Electronic Specifier Insights podcast we’ll be speaking to Catherine Ramsdale, SVP of PragmatIC and James Myers a distinguished engineer at Arm Holdings about their collaboration for the ground-breaking PlasticARM project, the first fully functional non-silicon ARM processor.
PragmatIC appoints Erik Langaker as Chair of the Board
PragmatIC has appointed Erik Langaker as independent Chair to complement its existing Board of Directors. This appointment comes alongside additional funding of over £13 million to support ongoing production ramp-up, accelerate manufacturing optimisation and drive continued product innovation.
Flexible electronics developed with tech funding support
Sedgefield company, PragmatIC has propelled itself into the market with its ultra low cost and thin flexible integrated circuits, supported by a grant from Digital Drive County Durham, which provides events, one to one business support and grants.
RFID to accelerate deployment of smart labels in medical devices
PragmatIC and Schreiner MediPharm have entered into a strategic partnership to add smart labels based on PragmatIC’s ConnectIC family of flexible integrated circuits into Schreiner MediPharm’s product portfolio.
PragmatIC 2020 predictions
In August 2018, Global Foundries announced a radical restructuring in the wake of AMD’s decision to take its 7nm business to TSMC, further concentrating the industry into the “mega-fabs”. The top 5 now represent 90% of the foundry business . The primary driver for this continued concentration is the cost of building, ramping yield, and efficiently operating the latest fabs, and we can be certain that in 2020 spending by these be...
A different IC design philosophy driving forward IoT and IoE
It’s an exciting time as the era of the Internet of Things (IoT) moves towards the Internet of Everything (IoE), as Gillian Ewers, VP Marketing, PragmatIC explains.
ConnectIC family of ultra-low cost RFID ICS launched
PragmatIC has announced the first products in its ConnectIC family, the PR1101 and PR1102 flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs), designed for use in closed HF RFID systems. The ConnectIC family will be pivotal in the acceleration of the smart packaging market.
Cheers! Flexible electronics smartens up packaging
A smart beer label is not necessarily one that tells you when you have had enough, but one that can use push marketing to prompt drinkers to collect money off vouchers, via a smart label.
Funding enables production of flexible integrated circuits
£18m of funding has been secured by PragmatIC, including a strategic investment from Avery Dennison. Avery Dennison joins existing shareholders Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) and ARM, who also participated in the round. This investment in PragmatIC is expected to accelerate the mass deployment of intelligent packaging, with Avery Dennison leveraging the potential of PragmatIC’s flexible Integrated Circuits (flexICs) in its in...