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Thursday, October 30, 2014
Industry News
Plessey gets into LED home lighting race 10/14/2014
Plessey Semiconductors, a British manufacturer, is vying to be the first company to make energy-efficient LEDs for home lighting at a price that consumers will pay, and they're using a technology developed by Cambridge researchers.
Allwinner announced octa-core for highend gamers 10/14/2014
Multimedia-wise, the SoC offers support for multi-format 1080p@60fps video processing, as well as H.265/HEVC format. Additionally, it has an integrated 8M image signal processor, and boasts Allwinner's latest SmartColor technology to deliver higher image quality and better visual effects.
GE formed major alliance on IoT development 10/13/2014
Intel is aiming to embed GE integration on its processors and Cisco is including Predix compatibility on its rugged networking gear like industrial routers. Predix's architecture ties together cloud and data center computing resources with Hadoop. GE also counts EMC's Pivotal unit as a partner.
Norton Antivirus splits into two companies 10/13/2014
The security business provides services including data encryption, user authentication, and mail, web and data center security. The information management company's services will include backup and recovery, archiving and storage management.
Infineon found its niche in power IC 10/13/2014
The company turned an old 200mm fab in Dresden into the world's most highly automated. Infineon also made its 300mm fab in Dresden the first high-volume fab for power semiconductors worldwide.
Start-up answered to the Apple iTV 10/13/2014
Francois-Xavier Gardes, owner of Piixl, wanted an Apple iTV, but he suspected the iPhone giant will never ship one so he designed his own. It's a PC, but a high-quality one.
Samsung mass produce 3-bit vertical NAND 10/10/2014
The world's largest chipmaker in August unveiled the chip, called triple level cell (TLC), which stores three bits of data in each cell. Until recently, the three-bit technology has been applied only to planar NAND flash products.
AMD's Read passes helm to Lisa Su 10/10/2014
AMD had hired Su, trained her, and apparently groomed her for the position. She's the "right leader" for AMD, he said, and is uniquely positioned for the job
Foreign government currency manipulation limits U.S. manufacturing growth 10/10/2014
Not only is the trade deficit possibly hurting manufacturing at home, but currency manipulation by foreign countries that the U.S. trades with could be making it worse.
Teledyne DALSA offers low cost machine vision scanner 10/10/2014
These compact, affordable cameras are ideal for general machine vision applications, including postal and parcel inspection, materials grading, food and web inspection, rail and road inspection, and pharmaceutical inspection.
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