TouchGFX Version 4.18 released for user-interface development
STMicroelectronics has released TouchGFX Version 4.18 for user-interface development with STM32 microcontrollers (MCUs), adding video playback, enhanced tools for multi-developer collaboration, and support for new X-NUCLEO display kits.
MOSFETs minimise system-power losses
The new super-junction STPOWER MDmesh K6 series from STMicroelectronics (ST) enhances several key parameters to minimise system-power losses.
High-speed contactless connector using wireless technology
Rosenberger and STMicroelectronics have announced their collaboration on a contactless connector for ultra-reliable, short-range, point-to-point full-duplex data exchanges in industrial and medical applications.
32-bit MCU powers eye therapy device
A wearable therapy device for eye care has been announced by STMicroelectronics and Korea-based Nu Eyne.
NFC-tag IC enhancements boost flexibility
The I2C-interface performance in the STMicroelectronics’ latest generation ST25DV-I2C dynamic NFC-tag ICs has been increased.
On the scent: ST Micro collaborates with Paco Rabanne
STMicroelectronics has announced its collaboration with Paco Rabanne on the European fashion house’s new Phantom fragrance for men. Phantom is packaged in a unique connected bottle that uses an embedded NFC (Near-Field Communication) tag IC (integrated circuit) using a popular contactless technology supported by most smartphones to connect to its online 'Phantom Universe'.
Wireless charging speed gets a boost
An integrated wireless power receiver delivers faster wireless charging and flexible charge sharing for diverse portable and mobile devices for home, office, industry, healthcare, and in-car applications, says STMicroelectronics.
High-side driver boasts digital current sensing
The VN9D30Q100F and VN9D5D20FN introduce a new generation of automotive intelligent switches, the first in the market with digital current sensing among the fully digital on-chip diagnostic features, says STMicroelectronics.
Enhanced MCU development tools speed wireless design
In a move which could ease the design of competitively priced and power-efficient wireless equipment for applications like smart buildings, smart industry, and smart infrastructure, STMicroelectronics has introduced new development tools and software for STM32WB wireless microcontrollers (MCUs).
Accelerating adoption of cellular technology
STMicroelectronics and Blues Wireless, a telecoms equipment supplier have disclosed the use of a quintet of ST products in Blues Wireless’ Notecard, a system-on-module (SOM) solution that accelerates development of cellular IoT solutions for connected assets at very low cost.
STMicro announce mass-market availability of ST4SIM GSMA-compliant eSIMs
STMicroelectronics has announced mass-market availability of its ST4SIM, eSIM (embedded SIM) ICs for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications through e-distribution.
200W power solution for LED TVs beats design standards
Based on ST’s STNRG011 digital PFC and resonant LLC converter, the STEVAL-NRG011TV combines a proven and reliable topology with the ability to configure and fine-tune the operating parameters for optimal performance. No coding is needed as the digital control algorithms are permanently programmed in the controller’s ROM and the board comes with a complete set of sample parameters stored in programmable non-volatile memory.
Single-chip GaN Gate Driver
STMicroelectronics’ STDRIVEG600 half-bridge gate driver has high current output and 45ns propagation delay, closely matched between high-side and low-side outputs, to handle high-frequency switching of GaN enhancement-mode FETs.
STMicroelectronics introduce new MasterGaN devices
STMicroelectronics introduce new 45W and 150W MasterGaN devices for high-efficiency power conversion. Easing the transition to high-efficiency wide-bandgap technology, STMicroelectronics have released the MasterGaN3 and MasterGaN5 integrated power packages for applications up to 45W and 150W, respectively.
Wolfspeed and STMicroelectronics expand existing agreement
Cree, a company specialising in silicon carbide technology through ita Wolfspeed business, and STMicroelectronics has announced the expansion of an existing multi-year, long-term silicon carbide wafer supply agreement. The amended agreement, which calls for Cree to supply ST with 150mm silicon carbide bare and epitaxial wafers over the next several years, is now worth more than $800m.
STMicroelectronics manufactures first 200mm silicon carbide wafers
STMicroelectronics has manufactured the first 200mm (8”) silicon carbide wafers for prototyping next-generation power devices from its facility in Norrköping, Sweden.
Support for machine learning in STM32Cube.AI ecosystem
STMicroelectronics has expanded the variety of machine-learning techniques available to users of the STM32Cube.AI development environment, giving extra flexibility to solve classification, clustering, and novelty-detection challenges as efficiently as possible.
STMicro plant to use 50% renewable energy sources by 2022
As part of its action plan to achieve carbon-neutrality by 2027, STMicroelectronics has announced that its Bouskoura site in Morocco will procure 50% of its energy from renewable sources by 2022 compared to one percent in 2020.
Optimised MCU selection with STM8 and STM32 mobile apps
STMicroelectronics is helping developers find the right microcontrollers and microprocessors for their projects more quickly and easily with two mobile applications released on leading app stores and st.com.
LED display using 60GHz contactless connectivity chip
STMicroelectronics and Unilumin has announced that they have worked together to develop a new Unilumin LED display using the ST60A2, ST’s 60GHz RF transceiver for advanced high-data-rate contactless-transfer solutions.