Electronic Products & Technology


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News
July 7, 2019 by The Associated Press, Seoul, Korea

Samsung predicts 56% drop in 2Q profit on weak chip market

Falling prices of DRAM and NAND memory chips are eating into the earnings of the company
News
June 30, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Mouser further expands its HQ

Texas-based distributor enhances its global presence and widens its product selection to meet growing demand
Feature
June 25, 2019 by Mark Ritzheimer, senior product manager, thermal products, Advanced Energy

Taking the temperature of the white-hot micro LED market

Micro LEDs have better performance over LCD displays, including significant higher resolution and contrast, better color saturation, lower latency and lower energy requirements.
News
June 25, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Sager to acquire Technical Power Systems

Sager Electronics, a leading North American distributor of interconnect, power and electromechanical components and provider of value-add solutions, announced it has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Technical Power Systems (TPS), a specialist in the production of custom battery…
Product
June 25, 2019 by Stephen Law

Raspberry Pi 4 is faster, boosts memory with improved interface, connectivity

NEWARK Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Computer provides enhancements in processor speed, multimedia performance, memory and connectivity that will make it attractive to general desktop computer users, hobbyist and makers and professional developers working with compute-intensive embedded applications such as…
News
June 24, 2019 by IHS Markit

Dramatic cost reductions set to transform MicroLED displays market

IHS Markit says shipments set to rise to nearly 16-million in 2026, as manufacturing expenses drop
News
June 21, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Quebec-based NARVI consortium gathers financial support

Quebec-based tech marketing consortium called NARVI, has received more than $30-million in recent bids and interest towards the group’s business model. Still in its first year of operations, the financial support continues to grow from week-to-week, according to Jean-Daniel Binant,…
News
June 19, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Samsung to strengthen its neural processing capabilities for future AI applications

Samsung Electronics, global leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced that it will strengthen its neural processing unit (NPU) capabilities to further extend the reach of its artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. In line with its focus on next-generation NPU technologies, Samsung…
News
June 18, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Future signs global disty partnership with Silvair

Future Electronics, global distributor of electronic components has reached a worldwide agreement with Silvair, leading provider of qualified Bluetooth mesh solutions for lighting control.  “Given Future’s prominence in the lighting space, Silvair adds an important piece to our overall IoT…
News
June 16, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Pico Technology inks disty deal with Navair Technologies

Pico Technology, St. Neots UK, a recognized provider of innovative, cost-effective PC-based test, measurement and data acquisition products, has signed a distribution arrangement with Navair Technologies Inc., Mississauga ON.  “This partnership with Pico Technology bolsters our commitment to providing the…
Product
June 7, 2019 by Stephen Law

Backshells, dust caps serve harsh environments

HEILIND ELECTRONICS Amphenol Pcd circular connector backshells and dust caps are compatible with a variety of MIL-SPEC connector series, including MIL-DTL-5015, MIL-DTL-26482, MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-DTL-83723. Devices provide strain relief, environmental protection and EMI/RFI shielding at the termination area of virtually…
News
June 5, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Allied adds cobots to its automation portfolio

Allied Electronics & Automation, Fort Worth TX, has expanded into the newest category of automation, control and robotics products with the recent addition of Omron’s TM Series of Collaborative Robot (Cobot) to its portfolio. “We are excited to offer our…