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August 11, 2018 by Stephen Law

Central Semiconductor’s redesigns its website

Central Semiconductor Corp., Hauppauge NY, manufacturer of discrete semiconductors, has launched a new solutions-focused version of its website. The extensive rebuild of the front end and back end infrastructure is designed to enable designers to effortlessly explore the many possibilities…
News
August 9, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

ICTC and Carleton U aim to build future AV workforce

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) and Carleton University’s Co-operative Education office announced a partnership to expand career opportunities for students within the autonomous vehicle (AV) sector and to advance Ottawa’s position as the AV capital of Canada.  The partnership is…
News
August 8, 2018 by Michael Liedtke And Lorin Eleni Gill, The Associated Press, San Francisco

Trump’s China trade war pulls consumer tech into crossfire

The prices of headphones, speakers, high-tech lighting and internet service could all go up if the U.S. trade war with China continues.  The Trump administration’s hit list of Chinese products facing import taxes includes key components used in gadgets that…
News
August 6, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

EMA expands Ultra Librarian library

EDA solutions provider delivers complete set of Power Integrations EDA and MCAD models
News
August 4, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Kraken nets $9M deep-sea battery contract

Kraken Robotics Inc., St. john’s NFLD, announced that Ocean Infinity has agreed to purchase $9-million of Kraken’s deep-sea batteries with delivery dates expected between Q4 2018 and Q4 2019.  “We are very pleased to receive this large battery order from…
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August 3, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

LG set to launch North American AI research labs

Toronto and Silicon Valley labs to drive evolution of advanced AI technologies across multiple touchpoints
News
August 1, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Myant & Butler Technologies form wearable tech partnership

Licensing agreement involves Myant’s wearable EL lamp technology
Feature
July 31, 2018 by Sohail Kamal, West Coast Correspondent, sohail@nextgear.ca

Vancouver’s Electra Meccanica looks to electrify car market

In as little as a decade, cars, buses, or trucks that run on gasoline will no longer sell. The entire market for land transport will upgrade to electrification, leading to a collapse of oil prices and the demise of the…
News
July 25, 2018 by Stephen Law

Allied Electronics & Automation marks 90 years

Marking its 90th anniversary this month, Allied Electronics & Automation, Fort Worth TX, was originally founded July 21, 1928 in Chicago IL as the radio distribution arm of Columbia Radio. The company moved to Fort Worth, Texas in 1970 when…
Feature
July 24, 2018 by Julie Holmquist, Cortec Corp.

Circumventing electronic OEM corrosion headaches

Avoiding corrosion on manufactured components is in the best interest of electronic OEMs for several reasons: maintaining good customer relations, reducing material waste, and ensuring optimum performance of equipment and electrical controls. Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI) technology can play an…
News
July 24, 2018 by Tom Fleischman, staff writer, Cornell Chronicle

Self-assembling 3D battery would charge in seconds

A rendering of the 3D battery architecture (top; not to scale) with interpenetrating anode (grey, with minus sign), separator (green), and cathode (blue, plus sign), each about 20 nanometers in size. Below are their respective molecular structures. The world is…
Product
July 24, 2018 by Stephen Law

Real-time oscilloscopes speed research for terabit innovators

KEYSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES Infiniium UXR series oscilloscopes support terabit research with real-time bandwidth up to 110GHz, sample rate (256GSa/s) and improved signal integrity (lowest noise and jitter). Unit provides advanced capabilities that enable leading-edge researchers to accelerate time to market with…