In recent decades, information and communication technology (ICT) and audio/video (AV) equipment has technologically advanced in similar directions. For this reason, a new common safety standard has been developed.
Semiconductor company STMicroelectronics has joined Silicon Catalyst, a specialist incubator focused exclusively on accelerating solutions in silicon, as both a Strategic and In-Kind Partner.
The EMC Technologies laboratories have achieved NATA accreditation for EN 55035 and CISPR 35: Electromagnetic compatibility of multimedia equipment – Immunity requirements.
Renesas Electronics has announced its decision to withdraw from the LD (laser diode) and PD (photodiode/detector) businesses.
Arrow Electronics, Panasonic Industry and STMicroelectronics have introduced a low-power, wireless, multisensor edge-intelligence solution for smart factory, smart home and smart life applications.
Materials technology company Archer has become the first Australian company building a quantum computing chip to join the IBM Q Network.
The company reported first-quarter net revenues of $2.23 billion, gross margin of 37.9%, operating margin of 10.4% and net income of $192 million or $0.21 diluted earnings per share.
A new proof of concept is said to promise warmer, cheaper and more robust quantum computing — manufactured using conventional silicon chip foundries.
The agreement provides Digi-Key Electronics customers with standalone, compact biometric fingerprint sensor solutions.
NCI Australia and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre have joined the fight against COVID-19 through the provision of streamlined access to computation and data resources.
Metallisation of 3D surfaces is a growing field with diverse applications.