Mitigating the China components shortage
European manufacturers hold the key to alleviating worldwide components shortages in LED and other lighting components as Chinese factories halt production in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, according to Prime Light.
TMD Technologies takes share in Diamond Microwave
As part of a strategic investment programme, TMD Technologies (TMD), West London based manufacturer of advanced equipment for the microwave industry, has taken a share in Diamond Microwave, a specialist in high-power solid-state microwave amplifier products utilising gallium nitride (GaN) and GaAs technology.
Continuous supply for Cypress and Rochester customers
Rochester Electronics has been authorised by Cypress Semiconductor to sell units of the obsolete Dual Port and FIFO SRAM product lines. The Dual Port and FIFO product line have been discontinued by Cypress under PTN18051 notice dated 1/28/2018 with a last time ship date of 1/28/2019.
Ametek Land secures two new certifications
AMETEK Land, one of the UK’s temperature measurement and combustion monitoring specialists, is celebrating securing two certifications to ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems and ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems standards.
Helping manufacturing businesses achieve mergers and acquisitions success
Manufacturers across the UK and abroad will be able to greatly minimise the business risk associated with mergers and acquisitions (M&A), thanks to the launch of a new approach that maximises the effectiveness of the due diligence process during these deals.
Embedded systems specialist accelerates growth of European activities
eSOL, a global specialist in embedded systems and IoT business, has set about implementing a major expansion plan in Europe. The company, which was formed in Japan in 1975, has around 450 employees worldwide. eSOL has been achieving continuous annual growth and profit since its inception and is looking to become equally successful in global markets, building on the recent establishment of its eSOL Europe subsidiary near Paris, France in March 201...
Criminals use coronavirus fears to launch theft malware
The presence of the coronavirus has been diagnosed in the UK for the first time as the UK’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, confirmed that two people from the same family had tested positive for the virus. It is understood the patients were staying in a hotel in Yorkshire, before being taken overnight to a specialist centre in Newcastle.
Unlocking traceability and efficiency within the supply chain
With increasing regulation across all industries, from data privacy legislation to technical specifications and product certification requirements, consistent traceability within often large and complex supply chains has never been more important for businesses to achieve. This is not only for compliance reasons, but also to ensure accurate forecasting so companies can deliver on promises made to customers.
Tech sector calls for greater support from Parliament
MPs and policymakers will be urged at a dinner at the Houses of Parliament to re-focus efforts to boost the UK’s manufacturing and technology sectors after a lengthy period of uncertainty caused by the prolonged discussions over Brexit.
UK grant to research autonomous vehicle network security
Cyber security provider F-Secure has won a £25,000 grant to research the security of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) networks. The research will leverage F-Secure Consulting’s expertise in securing critical national infrastructure to help the company contribute to the integrity and trustworthiness of the emerging CAV ecosystem.