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News & Analysis
29th June 2022
Siemens, NVIDIA unite to create industrial metaverse

Siemens and NVIDIA have joined forces to create an industrial metaverse to increase use of AI-driven digital twin technology that  the companies say, “will help bring industrial automation to a new level.” 

Artificial Intelligence
9th June 2022
Siemens acquires Senseye: predictive maintenance and asset intelligence

Siemens is further expanding its portfolio in the field of innovative predictive maintenance and asset intelligence with the acquisition of Senseye.

News & Analysis
21st March 2022
FastSPICE certified for UMC's 28nm HPCU+ process technology

Siemens' Analog FastSPICE certified for UMC's 28nm HPCU+ process technology

19th January 2022
Siemens announces SustainaCity Racer challenge winners

The virtual event involved 50 students and graduates from 15 UK universities who presented ideas for an intelligent, sustainable and interconnected network for a fictional city. In addition to a trophy, a £250 Amazon voucher, the winners were offered interviews for internship and graduate roles.

7th January 2022
Siemens' advanced thermal waste converter

Siemens Digital Industries has teamed up with Yorkshire-based sustainable solutions provider, Xetrov Group, to boost production of its ground-breaking thermal waste converter: the Clean6 Vortex.

15th December 2021
Siemens' mPower solution gains certification

Siemens Digital Industries Software announced that its mPower solution for power integrity analysis of analogue, digital and mixed-signal IC designs is now certified for TSMC’s N7 and N5 process technologies.

13th December 2021
2022 Electronics & Semiconductor outlook

Alan Porter, Vice President of Electronics and Semiconductor Industry Strategy, dsicusses how growth in both the electronics and semiconductor industries has been accelerated by the global pandemic and greatly challenged by global chip shortages. When the pandemic took hold, remote work became the norm for many, and this has unexpected consequences.

7th December 2021
Siemens partners with Xetrov to produce Clean6 Vortex

Siemens Digital Industries is teaming up with waste incinerator maker Xetrov Group to boost the production of its Clean6 Vortex.

25th November 2021
Siemens receives 32021 TSMC awards for next-gen design enablement

Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced it has been recognised by TSMC as a recipient of three 2021 OIP Partner of the Year awards.

Women in Tech
23rd November 2021
33 female students offered STEM opportunities

Siemens has continued its drive to increase the number of women in engineering with a recruitment event to spot the STEM talent of the future.

8th November 2021
Siemens strikes gold at The 5% Club employer audit

Siemens has been recognised with The 5% Club Gold Award through its 2021 Employer Audit Scheme.

3rd November 2021
Siemens collaborates with TSMC on design tool certifications

Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced that ongoing collaboration with longtime foundry partner TSMC has resulted in an array of new product certifications, and that the companies have reached key milestones for cloud-enabled IC design, as well as for TSMC 3DFabric, TSMC’s comprehensive family of 3D silicon stacking and advanced packaging technologies.

10th August 2021
Siemens extends Xcelerator portfolio

Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced the released a new suite of solutions that provide a central design application for industrial electrical and automation design. These new tools can help manufacturers of production systems to manage design complexity, shorten development lifecycles and increase the quality of their designs. Direct integration with Teamcenter software for product lifecycle management (PLM) and the entire NX design...

9th July 2021
Siemens helps build the world’s most sustainable car

An innovative hackathon involving Siemens’ engineers and digital tools has helped hydrogen car maker Riversimple reduce the size of its future hydrogen car factory by 20%.

Women in Tech
24th June 2021
Siemens targets gender parity in recruitment to increase women in engineering

Siemens is aiming for gender parity in its Early Careers recruitment to increase the number of women in engineering. Latest figures from its core businesses show 43% of those enrolled on Siemens’ graduate programmes and 36% on its apprenticeship schemes are female. The company is now targeting 50/50 gender parity in Early Careers recruitment by 2025 as part of its drive to build an innovative and diverse culture.

23rd June 2021
Siemens makes industrial 5G router available

The Scalance MUM856-1 – the first industrial 5G router from Siemens – is available now. The device connects local industrial applications to public 5G, 4G (LTE), and 3G (UMTS) mobile wireless networks. The router can be used to remotely monitor and service plants, machines, control elements, and other industrial devices via a public 5G network – flexibly and with high data rates.

19th May 2021
Siemens accelerates with acquisition of Supplyframe

Siemens has signed an agreement to acquire Supplyframe, a leading Design-to- Source platform for the global electronics value chain, for $0.7bn. The transaction unlocks significant value for customers of Supplyframe and Siemens, providing seamless and quick access to both Siemens’ offerings and Supplyframe’s marketplace intelligence.

19th April 2021
Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI solutions

Google Cloud and Siemens has announced a new cooperation to optimise factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor. Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) technologies with its factory automation solutions to help manufacturers innovate for the future.

8th March 2021
Siemens industrial network training to plug skills gap

Siemens has boosted its professional training offering in industrial networks to combat the skills shortage among manufacturers modernising networks and becoming 5G ready. Powerful, reliable and secure industrial networks are a cornerstone of industrial digitalisation and essential in bringing together machines, processes, people and data.

4th February 2021
Mobile battery life vs Moore’s law – a survival guide

  The end of Moore’s law has been signaled for some time, but without a doubling of the number of transistors, battery-powered mobile devices rely on it to increase computing complexity. Gordon Allan offers a survival guide to life outside Moore’s law  

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