News & Analysis
E-commerce grows district heating in Vaggeryd
E-commerce has grown significantly during the pandemic and there is a need for large storage facilities for these goods. Several warehouses are now being built in Vaggeryd Municipality.
Updated: Keysight launches B2B eCommerce site into Europe
Keysight Technologies has expanded its B2B eCommerce site into Europe covering 26 EU countries* and the UK.
Non-volatile memory in focus at free webinar
On June 17, Anglia, supported by Winbond Electronics and Everspin Technologies will provide a webinar to discuss the latest technical features and roadmaps of specialty volatile and non-volatile memory products.
Mouser, TE collaborate on content platform
Mouser Electronics and TE Connectivity (TE) have partnered to create a new content platform devoted to TE’s newest resources, products, and technical insights.
Collaboration to cut IoT projects time-to-market
Time-to-market for Internet of Things (IoT) projects will be reduced by around 70% due to a new collaboration between Murata and Pycom. The strategic collaboration brings together Murata’s strong heritage in innovative hardware, including IoT radio module technology, and Pycom’s design and integration expertise in rapid IoT development and scaling.
Oracle Cloud helps the UK Government drive efficiencies
Oracle has further expanded its commitment to the UK Government with the update of an existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and Oracle, as well as a new commitment to enhance Oracle’s Government Centre of Excellence.
Aerogels: is China taking over the market landscape?
The high-volume production of silica aerogel products is not a new business. Despite being known since the 1930s, the adoption of the ultralightweight insulator has faced many false-starts across the 20th century; the commercial ramp-up has only been seen in the last two decades, but it has still not been the rapid profitable expansion model that many hoped.
Evolution of EV charging and solutions for future needs
As the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) increase, there is a high demand for more energy-efficient charging infrastructure systems that can charge vehicles faster than ever before.
How motor drivers reduce design time and complexity
Automotive body motors are located throughout a vehicle and offer the driver and passengers a range of features that improve their physical comfort and convenience.
ATE platform to support mass production of ASICs
ICsense has announced that it is scaling up its bench test facilities by 40% and installing in-house ATE (Automated Test Equipment) facilities to offer its customers in the automotive, medical, industrial and consumer sectors a true one-stop-shop for custom, mass production-ready ASICs.