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New Report on Global Nanoelectronics - Profiles of Companies

New Report on Global Nanoelectronics - Profiles of Companies

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Nanoelectronics 2014-2020 - Profiles of Companies" report to their offering. [More]
Cadence Digital and Custom/Analog Tools Receive V1.0 DRM Certification for TSMC’s 16nm FinFET Process

Cadence Digital and Custom/Analog Tools Receive V1.0 DRM Certification for TSMC’s 16nm FinFET Process

Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a leader in global electronic design innovation, today announced its digital, custom and signoff tools have received V1.0 Design Rule Manual (DRM) and SPICE certification for TSMC’s 16nm FinFET process, enabling joint customers to begin taping out FinFET-based designs using Cadence® tools. [More]
PI's P-763 XY Nanopositioning Stage - New and Affordable Piezo Stage Positioner

PI's P-763 XY Nanopositioning Stage - New and Affordable Piezo Stage Positioner

PI's P-763 XY nanopositioning stage is a new, more affordable addition to PI's wide range of piezo stage positioners. [More]
Vishay Extends Power Rating of PTN Series Precision Surface-Mount Thin Film Chip Resistors

Vishay Extends Power Rating of PTN Series Precision Surface-Mount Thin Film Chip Resistors

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. today announced that it has extended the power rating of PTN series precision surface-mount thin film chip resistors in the 2512 case size to 2 W. Built using a self-passivated, moisture-resistant tantalum nitride resistive film technology, the Vishay Dale Thin Film devices combine their high power rating with a low absolute TCR of +/- 25 ppm/°C and laser-trimmed tolerances down to +/- 0.1 % over a wide temperature range of -55 °C to +125 °C. [More]
Glass Fabric-Based Flexible Thermoelectric Generator Produces Electricity from Body Heat

Glass Fabric-Based Flexible Thermoelectric Generator Produces Electricity from Body Heat

Wearable computers or devices have been hailed as the next generation of mobile electronic gadgets, from smart watches to smart glasses to smart pacemakers. For electronics to be worn by a user, they must be light, flexible, and equipped with a power source, which could be a portable, long-lasting battery or no battery at all but a generator. How to supply power in a stable and reliable manner is one of the most critical issues to commercialize wearable devices. [More]
Small Single-Use Film Transforms Smartphone into a Mini-Laboratory

Small Single-Use Film Transforms Smartphone into a Mini-Laboratory

Using the properties of a smartphone screen to perform blood tests: the device developed by Qloudlab allows at-home analysis in less than a minute. The expanded diagnostics will be used to help people undergoing anticoagulant treatment. [More]
PLDA, OmniPhy Test Combination of PCIe Gen 2 Controller and PHY for TSMC 28nm Process

PLDA, OmniPhy Test Combination of PCIe Gen 2 Controller and PHY for TSMC 28nm Process

PLDA, the industry leader in PCI Express® IP solutions and OmniPhy, a leading provider of differentiated SerDes IP, today announced successful interop testing for a combined PCIe Gen 2 Controller IP and PHY IP solution. Initially targeting the TSMC 28nm process, the combined PCIe 2.0 Controller/PHY solution can also be ported to additional fabs and processes. [More]
New Report on Global Semiconductor Dry Etching Market

New Report on Global Semiconductor Dry Etching Market

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Semiconductor Dry Etching Market 2014-2018 with APPLIED Materials, Hitachi High-Technology, Lam Research, Tokyo Electron Dominating" report to their offering. [More]
Early 28nm Silicon Testing Confirms Power Efficiency of SureCore’s Innovative SRAM Design

Early 28nm Silicon Testing Confirms Power Efficiency of SureCore’s Innovative SRAM Design

SureCore Ltd has today announced that early testing of its innovative low power SRAM design confirms its simulations that deliver in excess of 50% power savings over other SRAM technologies. [More]
Researchers Construct Logical Circuits Using Interconnected Slime Mold Tube Networks to Process Information

Researchers Construct Logical Circuits Using Interconnected Slime Mold Tube Networks to Process Information

A future computer might be a lot slimier than the solid silicon devices we have today. In a study published in the journal Materials Today, European researchers reveal details of logic units built using living slime molds, which might act as the building blocks for computing devices and sensors. [More]
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