Sondrel appoints Redtree as representative in Israel
Israel is a hot bed of innovation, with many technology companies having offices there, along with a very strong start-up culture. As this means there is a greater demand for ASIC design resources than can be met locally, Sondrel has appointed Redtree Solutions as its local representative for its design services.
pSemi opens new design centre in India
pSemi Corporation, a Murata company focused on semiconductor integration, has announced the opening of a new design centre in Chennai, India to support the company's growing demand for semiconductor products enabling 5G and Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.
LoRa Alliance and GS1 in Europe enter liaison agreement
The LoRa Alliance and GS1 in Europe have announced a formal liaison agreement to explore adding LoRaWAN networks as an available carrier technology to the GS1 standards. The organisations’ goals are to provide greater efficiency and interoperability for supply chain and maintenance operations, strengthen inventory management, and simplify data exchanges between different systems and stakeholders. The initial collaboration addresse...
Infinite Electronics announces growth investment
Infinite Electronics has announced that it has been acquired by Warburg Pincus from Genstar Capital. The investment will support Infinite’s geographic and product line expansion, entry into new, high-growth markets and enhanced digital capabilities. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Rohde & Schwarz joins the FiRa Consortium
Rohde & Schwarz has joined the FiRa Consortium as an associate member. FiRa, short for ‘fine ranging’, is an organisation dedicated to growing the UWB ecosystem by ensuring interoperability between multiple devices through compliance and certification programs.
ISELED-Alliance welcomes five new members
The ISELED Alliance has announced that with Alps Alpine, Grammer, Harvatek, OSRAM Continental and Yanfeng five more members have joined the industry alliance. Thus, the open industry alliance currently comes to 38 companies. These cover the entire value chain in order to establish ISELED as a standard system solution (ecosystem).
Dardel HPE Cray XE supercomputer coming to KTH
The KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) has just signed a contract with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for a new supercomputer, the Dardel HPE Cray XE. The system will be an HPE Cray EX supercomputer featuring AMD EPYC processors and AMD Instinct GPU accelerators. It will be housed in the PDC Center for High Performance Computing (PDC) at the KTH main campus in Stockholm.
Strong progress in full-fibre rollout in London
Community Fibre, London’s ISP dedicated to bring better broadband connectivity to London’s communities, announced that it has enabled 200,000 London homes, doubling in just a year the number of London properties with high-quality full-fibre broadband and increasing its customer base by 130%.
Altium and AWS collaborate to advance electronic design
Altium selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host Altium 365, the cloud platform for collaborative PCB design and realisation. The Altium 365 cloud-based platform and Altium Designer elevates PCB design by creating seamless collaboration points across the development process, making it the most connected design experience in the industry.
Helping to close the UK gender skills gap in technology
Code First Girls, the UK social enterprise working to close the gender skills gap in technology, has announced new strategic partnerships with 14 global and UK corporations including Rolls-Royce’s R² Data Labs, BT, Dell Technologies, Aviva, DAZN and more. The company has also partnered with French VC firm Jezby Ventures, its first partnership outside of the UKI, as well asexpanding its association with Bank of America and Goldman Sachs...