Two separate technologies are being developed by Arizona researchers, in order to make circuits from layers of organic semiconducting ink.
The electronic systems division of Tenix Defence will give $500,000 to the Federal Government from commercialising smart defence technologies last year.
National Semiconductor Corporation has joined the RapidIO Trade Association. The association was formed to promote the RapidIO architecture which promises increased bandwidth, lower costs, and faster time-to-market for networking and communications infrastructure.
EMC Technologies has gained NATA accreditation for modelling the dispersion of electromagnetic fields (EMF) from mobile phone towers.
National Semiconductor Corp and iReady have announced they have formed a strategic partnership aimed at delivering next-generation semiconductor solutions for the gigabit ethernet and internet small computer system interface (iSCSI) storage networking markets.
International Rectifier Corporation, based in the USA, and Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands, has announced the sale of TechnoFusion GmbH, a maker of power generation systems for automotive electronics, to International Rectifier (IR).
East & Partnersâ€™ quarterly benchmark of IT&T supplier performance, has just been released.
Fujitsu has announced its success in realising the world's first high-performance Linux cluster system using direct access file system (DAFS) high-speed file sharing protocol and InfiniBand inter-memory data transfer.
According to Cahners In-Stat/MDR, global shipments of personal digital assistants (PDAs) grew 17% in 2001 despite a weak global economy and continuing erosion of consumer confidence, however this represents a significant slowdown growth rate from the previous year.
The crisis of confidence in Australian business circles may be over with demand for executive employees in December rising for the first time in five months, according to the E.L Executive Demand index.
IBM is to cut just under 5%, or 1,000 jobs, of its workforce in its microelectronics division due to decreased demand for semiconductors.
Solectron is to close its manufacturing plant in Sydney in 2002, laying off 490 people.
Amendment 1 to IPC-A-610C has just been released by the IPC.
Kyocera Mita's operations in the Asia-Pacific will be focused through a Sydney regional headquarters.
Estimates of the PC industry show annual spending is set to decline for the first time.