NEOTech, a leading provider of electronic manufacturing services (EMS), design engineering, and supply chain solutions in the high-tech industrial, medical device, and aerospace/defense markets, is excited to announce the upcoming launch of a state-of-the-art New Product Introduction (NPI) and electronics manufacturing center of excellence at its Fremont, CA facility. Scheduled to commence operations in early April 2024, this facility represents a significant investment in expanding NEOTech’s capabilities and offerings to Fortune 500 clients seeking high-technology product manufacturing solutions.
Traditional microelectronic systems, which use transistors to regulate electrical currents along wires, power everything from complex computers to household appliances.
Infineon Technologies AG and GlobalFoundries (GF) today announced a new multi-year agreement on the supply of Infineon’s AURIX™ TC3x 40 nanometer automotive microcontrollers as well as power management and connectivity solutions.
According to research that was published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists have produced the first functional nanoscale electromotor in history.
A team of researchers from the Institute for Optoelectronic Systems and Microtechnology at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have designed a biosensor capable of identifying proteins and peptides in quantities as low as a single monolayer.
The number of transistors on a chip will double every two years, according to Moore’s Law, a key scaling concept for electronic devices, guaranteeing increasing processing power—but there is a limit.
Auburn, MA – Tip/tilt mirrors for beam stabilization are essential subsystems for free-space optical communication networks. With the rapid development of LEO (Low Earth Orbit) satellite networks, the need for such...
The most common use of molecular junctions in nanoelectronics is electronic transport; yet, their accurate characterization is a barrier to its widespread development.
Applied Materials, Inc. and CEA-Leti today announced an expansion of their longstanding collaboration to focus on developing differentiated materials engineering solutions for several specialty semiconductor applications.
Researchers at the University of Manchester have accomplished a significant advancement in the transfer of two-dimensional crystals.