Recruiters in the electronics industry will need new talent management strategies to avoid a skills shortage, writes Ben Hall
Read full article: Brexit will only make tech skills shortage worse
- Princeton University found problems with the memory consistency model (MCM) in more complex implementations of the open source RISC-V. The University works with the RISC-V Foundation, so there was no conflict, and the Foundation is already on the case. However, the Foundation desires to set the record straight in detail, and its chairman Krste Asanović has written the following (reproduced in ...
Read full article: RISC-V Foundation replies on Princeton bugs
- Segger has introduced a library of cryptographic algorithms written entirely in C. Called emCrypt, it includes block ciphers, hashes, MACs, and digital signatures required to meet the demanding cryptographic needs of embedded devices. Having been designed from the ground up for use in memory-constrained embedded systems, emCrypt uses minimal resources in respect of memory footprint ...
Read full article: Software algorithms secure embedded designs
- TSMC is looking at an e-beam lithography tool made by the Dutch firm Mapper as a possible alternative to EUV. The Mapper tool uses 110 e-beams and could, according to TSMC’s Burn Lin, process 150 wafers an hour which is the same rate as ASML’s latest EUV machine. According to Lin, who is vp for ...
Read full article: TSMC looks at e-beam as possible alternative to EUV
- In May Samsung is expected to announce that foundry customers can have embeded MRAM in their SoCs. Samsung’s MRAM is said to be 1000 times faster than NAND with unlimited endurace and will be offered with Samsung’s 28nm FD-SOI process. Samsung says that embedding MRAM only takes four mask-steps compared to 20 masks for embedded ...
Read full article: Samsung to offer foundry customers 28nm FD-SOI embedded MRAM.
- Q3 will see 3D NAND take over 50% of the NAND market for the first time, says DRAMeXchange. In terms of bits shipped, 3D NAND already represents over half Samsung’s output and represented over half Micron’s shipments as early as February. Samsung is in volume production of 48-layer NAND and expects to start producing 64-layer ...
Read full article: 3D NAND will become the dominant flash memory in Q3
- Electronics, Energy Sales Put 3M Off to a Strong Start
We're raising our fair value estimate to $180 per share from $167 for the wide-moat firm. PrintCommentRecommend (-). Bookmark and Share. By Barbara Noverini | 04-25-17 | 01:00 PM | Email Article. After wide-moat 3M's (MMM) strong first-quarter results, ...and more »
$0.23 EPS Expected for Kimball Electronics (KE); Cno Financial Group (CNO) Sellers Decreased By 15.6% Their Shorts - HuronReportHuronReport
$0.23 EPS Expected for Kimball Electronics (KE); Cno Financial Group (CNO) Sellers Decreased By 15.6% Their Shorts
Cno Financial Group Incorporated (NYSE:CNO) had a decrease of 15.6% in short interest. CNO's SI was 1.55M shares in April as released by FINRA. Its down 15.6% from 1.83M shares previously. With 1.13M avg volume, 1 days are for Cno Financial Group ...and more »
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Unwanted TVs, computers and electronics dropped off at Milwaukee VA
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Cars and trucks lined up at Milwaukee's Zablocki Veterans Affairs Hospital campus Tuesday patiently waiting to get rid of once-new but no longer wanted TVs, computers, VCRs, CD players and other gear. In honor of Earth Day last weekend, the Milwaukee ...
“This is great!” Milwaukee VA hosts free electronics recycling event; 40K lbs. collected in 2016fox6now.c
Arrow Electronics CEO Mike Long Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater - StockhouseStockhouse
Arrow Electronics CEO Mike Long Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: ARW) Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Michael J. Long was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award for Professional Achievement from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater at its annual Founder's Day ...and more »
- The INQUIRER
Trump mulls electronics ban on flights to and from UK
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump is said to be mulling an extension of the ban on electronic devices aboard flights to include those to and from the UK. The wire-wool satsuma is said to be considering the move to complete the metaphorical perimeter fence, ...
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FLIR Launch Optimized Thermal Camera for Electronics Development and Testing
FLIR Systems has announced the launch of the FLIR ETS320 thermal imaging solution for electronics testing in engineering benchtop environments. As the first FLIR camera designed specifically for benchtop work in testing and analyzing the thermal ...and more »
- Analog Devices has announced a 65V input, 8A output, current-mode synchronous step-down switching regulator. It is called LT8645S, where the S indicates that it has the second generation of the firm’s ‘silent switcher’ noise reduction technology – which includes in-package ceramic capacitors on the input, bootstrap and internal supply rails (see diagram). “These caps keep all ...
Read full article: Quiet 8A automotive dc-dc works from up to 65V
Interlink Electronics Announces Expansion of Global R&D Center in Singapore - Business Wire (press release)Interlink Electronics Announces Expansion of Global R&D Center in Singapore
Business Wire (press release)
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Interlink Electronics, Inc. (NASDAQ: LINK), a global leader in human-machine interface (HMI) and sensor technologies, today announced the expansion of its global R&D center in Singapore. As part of this ...and more »
- Travel Market Report
Could Electronics Ban Spread To US Domestic Flights?
Travel Market Report
It seems almost unthinkable: a flight from New York to Boston where you cannot carry on your laptop. But Frances Townsend, former assistant to the president for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, offered up the possibility at a travel security ...
- Mining Review
Booyco Electronics proximity detection in mines can help meet zero fatality targets
With an industry target set to eliminate mining fatalities by 2020 the pressure is on mines and their suppliers, such as Booyco Electronics, to meet this vital goal. This includes suppliers of proximity detection systems (PDS) such as Booyco Electronics .
- Global Functional Materials for Future Electronics Markets: 37 ...
See how the metals aluminium, copper and silver are widely deployed, sometimes in mildly alloyed, nano, precursor, ink or other form. Understand the 12 basic ...and more »
- PC Advisor
What tech can you take on a plane? UK electronics flight ban rules
The rules for what electronic devices you can take to and from the UK have changed slightly. We break down all the changes here, but before you travel, if you are in any way unsure about the rules for your specific airline you should check with it ...
- Tektronix has entered the vector network analyser (VNA) market with a USB instrument that relies on a Windows PC or laptop for control and display. Called the TTR500 Series, it has options up to 122dB dynamic range and 6GHz. It comes with VectorVu-PC analysis software a built-in bias tee for testing active devices. Forseen markets ...
Read full article: 6GHz vector network analyser uses PC for display
- A prototype driverless shuttle is navigating the 2km route around the Greenwich Peninsula. Called Harry, it is the latest phase of the the GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) Project, which is looking into public acceptance of, and attitudes towards, driverless vehicles. The trial, said Oxford artificial intelligence firm Oxbotica, which is providing the algorithms, is ...
Read full article: Greenwich wild about Harry
- Global Trade Magazine (blog)
Swedish Electronics Retailer Installs Fast Warehouse Pick Stations
Global Trade Magazine (blog)
Winkel GmbH, a specialist in intelligent handling systems, has delivered five of its high-performance Fast Pick stations to a major Swedish electronics retailer. The stations will enable an efficient, ergonomic picking process with a significantly ...and more »
- Printed Electronics World
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- Reuters reports that EU plans to try and standardise on a minimum 25-year lifetime for spectrum licences are opposed by 15 out of the 28 member states. The 15 are: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the UK. The refuseniks have produced a ...
Read full article: 15 member states oppose EU 25 year spectrum licences
Tianma Micro-electronics starts production at 6G AMOLED factory
China-based Tianma Micro-electronics has begun production of rigid and flexible AMOLED panels based on LTPS (low-temperature poly-Si) backplanes at a new 6G AMOLED line in Wuhan, central China, according to industry sources. Tianma started ...
- T.J. Rodgers, the founding CEO of Cypress Semiconductor and the company’s largest individual stockholder, has filed a lawsuit in the Delaware Court of Chancery stating: “Cypress directors have a legally mandated ‘Duty of Candor’ to make complete disclosures to Cypress stockholders on the issues in this election, including why they are allowing Ray Bingham to ...
Read full article: T.J. Rodgers sues Cypress
- Imagination is offering access to a fully supported toolchain and development tools for its MIPS M-class and I-class CPU IP cores for approximately $45 per development seat. The tools include: • The Codescape Debugger and Codescape for Eclipse IDE: these rigorously tested tools are freely available and can be used with the ultra-low cost Bus Blaster ...
Read full article: Imagination offers MIPS development tools for $45 per seat
- China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said earlier today that the auto industry in China made 28 million vehicles last year and will make 35 million in 2025 of which 2 million will be electric/hybrid vehicles. Last year, 507,000 electric/hybrid cars were sold in China, making it the world’s biggest market for such cars. ...
Read full article: China ups EV production targets
- GPS World magazine
Esterline CMC Electronics : GPS World
GPS World magazine
OEM High-Frequency TCXOs Ultra stable for low jitter and phase noise applications The RHT1490 series of high-frequency and low-jitter ultra-stable TCXOs are ...and more »
- Vietnam Briefing
Electronics Production in Vietnam: A Guide to Emerging ...
Electronics production is among Vietnam's most lucrative opportunities for investment. Read more to understand the trends and optimize entry strategy.and more »
- ARM introduces image processing intellectual property for automotive vision systems.
Read full article: ARM reveals automotive image processing
Vehicles, jewelry, electronics part of Norfolk International Airport ...
NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Vehicles, surplus airport equipment, tools, and jewelry are some of the items prospective buyers will find at the Norfolk International ...and more »
- Monday Sector Leaders: Music & Electronics Stores, Trucking Stocks
In trading on Monday, music & electronics stores shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 3.3%. Leading the group were shares of Systemax ( SYX ), up about 8.4% and shares of Voxx International ( VOXX ) up about 8.3% on the day.
- NZ considers electronics ban for flights from region
In a move that would affect passengers from Dubai, New Zealand is mulling over restrictions on carry-on laptops and other electronic devices on flights from a number of Middle Eastern countries, according to Prime Minister Bill English. The new rules ...and more »
- Amber Wireless creates an 11 x 8 x 1.8 mm Bluetooth Smart 4.2 module, offered with or without integrated antenna.
Read full article: Module adds Bluetooth Smart to legacy designs with minimal fuss
- IEEE Spectrum
Invasion of the Hardware Snatchers: Cloned Electronics Pollute the Market
In February 2014, the FBI charged a Florida man, Marc Heera, with selling a cloned version of the Hondata s300, a plug-in module for the engine computer that reads data from sensors in Honda cars and automatically adjusts the air-fuel mixture, idle ...
- Amplicon has introduced the Impact-D 160 embedded PC based on a Skylake processor. Designed and built in the UK, the embedded PC will offer two processor options: i5 and i3. The unit offers both mSATA and a mechanical/solid-state drive capability for storage and OS requirements. Support of both cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity allows to “stay ...
Read full article: Amplicon offers UK-built Intel processor-based PC
- UK engineers want the government to take more “decisive action” to address the shortage of technology and engineering skills in the workforce. Thirty-eight engineering organisations, led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, say the government needs to extend the measures proposed in its industrial strategy to primary and secondary schools. The RAE led group welcomes ...
Read full article: Biggest ever engineering report calls for action on skills in schools
- Stan Boland, former CEO of Element 14 and Icera, is heading up Cambridge AI firm FiveAI which is developing a government-backed driverless car. Along with FiveAI in the driverless car project are Direct Line, Oxford University, TfL and the Transport Research Laboratory. The Departments for Business and Transport have given the group £12.8m to research ...
Read full article: Boland heads up driverless car project
- Toshiba’s fate is to be decided by the Japanese government. KKR, which made a failed bid for Renesas, is now teaming up with Japanese bail-out fund INCJ to make a bid. This would get Japan’s government off the hook of being blamed for Toshiba’s technology leaking to China which is the fear if top-bidder Hon ...
Read full article: Japan government to decide Toshiba’s fate
- China’s helter-skelter fab-building programme may have hit a glitch, reports Digitimes. UMC’s jv fab in Tainan, called Jin Hua Integrated Circuit, is reported to be on hold. Jin Hua is a jv between UMC and the Fujian local government. GloFo’s $10 billion jv fab in Chengdu – a jv with the Chengdu local government – ...
Read full article: Hiccup in China fab plans
- Bangalore Mirror
Electronics City Lakes: Bengaluru man on a mission, despite many threats
Venugopal Kumpalli (37), a resident of Electronics City, would regularly pass Bellandur. When the lake there was at the peak of infamy, frothing and ablaze, it bothered him. He didn't want a similar fate for the Maragondanahalli lake in his ...
- Welland Tribune
Recycling used electronics for Earth Week project
Samuel Larosa, 8, and Soleil Maalouf, 8, from Alexander Kuska Catholic Elementary School in Welland place a used keyboard in an electronics recycling bin on Friday. Michelle Allenberg/Tribune Staff ...
Earth Day e-Waste event in KC helps you recycle old electronics
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- This Earth Day reducing our carbon footprint is one of the biggest things we can do to extend the earth's longevity. That means recycling instead of burying obsolete electronics in our landfills. FOX 4 teamed up with 1-800-Got-Junk ...
Goodwill helping residents recycle old, broken electronics
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WAND) - Central Illinois residents needing to dispose of unwanted electronics are invited to attend one of three recycling event being held on April 22. The events, hosted through a partnership between Land of Lincoln Goodwill ...
- The New Yorker
My MacBook: A Complete Guide for Electronics-Ban Airport Thieves
The New Yorker
New security regulations from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.K.'s Department for Transport ban passengers flying from certain Middle East and North African airports to the U.S. and U.K. from bringing electronics bigger than a smartphone ...
How to Recycle Old Electronics - Consumer Reports
We love our devices—our TVs, laptops, tablets, and perhaps most of all, our mobile phones, those pocket-size miracles of computing power. In fact, Gartner, a ...
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Impact of VAT on electronics will be for a short period
Dubai: The impact of value-added tax (VAT) on consumer electronics will be felt for six to nine months but after that, it will be business as usual, said executive vice-chairman of Eros Group. Deepak Babani, who was also former CEO of the group, told ...