OEM Technology Solutions is now part of the DUAGON-MEN-GROUP, following the latter's decision to acquire 100% of OEM Technology Solutions' shares.
Electrocomponents has launched OKdo, a new global technology business to focus on single-board computing (SBC) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
NVIDIA will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Mellanox for US$125 per share, representing a total enterprise value of approximately US$6.9 billion.
STMicroelectronics has recorded cumulative sales of over 1 billion units for its ST33 embedded-security ICs, reflecting the growing imperative to protect data and systems in secure mobile-consumer, smart-driving, smart-industry and smart-cities applications.
Cadenza Innovation, a provider of Li-ion energy storage solutions to battery manufacturers, has announced a licensing agreement with Li-ion battery manufacturer Energy Renaissance.
Following the acquisition, OMRON Nohgata will now be known as Advantech Technologies Japan (ATJ).
STMicroelectronics will acquire 55% of Norstel's share capital, with an option to acquire the remaining 45% subject to certain conditions.
ED2 will sell eCOUNT embedded's flat-panel controllers, ultralow power computer-on-modules and RFID reader platforms in Australia and New Zealand.
Electronics company Cree has signed a multiyear agreement to produce and supply its Wolfspeed silicon carbide (SiC) wafers to STMicroelectronics.
The advanced electronics manufacturing firm has undergone a $22m development that has resulted in the creation of an additional 3000 m2 of manufacturing space.
Australis M2M, a specialist provider of industrial cellular M2M hardware and services, has acquired distributorship for Matrix Electronica's MTX range of M2M devices.
Mouser has announced a new partnership with SamacSys and received accreditation to AS6496.
Premier Farnell has recently made global agreements with a number of new manufacturers and announced its new e-book, 'The Embedded Interviews 2018'.
Antenna Systems Solutions, a Celestia Technologies Group company, has appointed Scientific Devices Australia as its representative.
Arrow Electronics and Infineon Technologies will provide start-up businesses in South-East Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand with products and engineering support.