Reference designs support power module platform
In-stock availability and full design support capabilities for three inverter reference designs from Wolfspeed is announced by Richardson RFPD.
Development platform supplies host of solutions
The Curiosity Nano development platform from Microchip Technology is an adaptable toolset for taking a project from exploration to working prototype.
MIPI D-PHY/C-PHY 2:1 switch enables dual interface
Diodes Incorporated has announced the introduction of the PI3WVR626, a MIPI D-PHY/C-PHY 2:1 switch that enables a single host device to interface with two MIPI compliant modules, helping engineers optimise the design of multi-camera cell phones and other personal computing devices.
Silicon germanium rectifiers bring thermal stability
Nexperia has announced a range of new silicon germanium rectifiers (SiGe) with 120, 150, and 200V reverse voltages that combine the high efficiency of their Schottky counterparts with the thermal stability of fast recovery diodes.
Eka adds seven customer implementations amidst COVID-19
Eka Software Solutions has announced seven new customer project implementations in the first quarter of 2020. These projects were implemented across agriculture, energy, banking and metals and mining businesses.
Multi-layer PCB boosts electronics rapid prototyping
HENSOLDT and Nano Dimension have achieved a breakthrough on their way to utilising 3D printing in the development process of high-performance electronics components with a multi-layer PCB that boosts electronics rapid prototyping.
Cadence optimises digital full flow for Arm Cortex-A78
Cadence Design Systems has announced that it has broadened its long-standing collaboration with Arm to advance the development of mobile devices based on the Arm Cortex-A78 and Cortex-X1 CPUs.
Synopsys enables Arm's next generation of mobile IP
Synopsys has announced that it has collaborated with Arm to enable tapeouts of optimised system-on-chips (SoCs) for early adopters of Arm's latest mobile IP, including Arm Cortex-A78 and Cortex-X1 CPUs, and Mali-G78 GPU.
Surviving the frequency of open source vulnerabilities
In a previous post, I provided a retrospective on Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) and examined Wind River's four-step process to mitigate threats and achieve a strengthened security posture. In this post, I will contrast the learning’s of a 'roll your own' (RYO) Linux platform approach and illuminate some of the advantages for commercially supported Linux. Guest blog written by Glenn Seiler.
icom.plus enables predictive maintenance for IT security
Being able to predict and plan maintenance is the goal pursued by igus with its smart plastics solutions. Intelligent sensors, for example, measure the wear of energy chains, chainflex cables, slewing rings and linear guides. With the new icom.plus communication module, the customer can now decide in which form they would like to incorporate the acquired data from the sensors.