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.
Würth Elektronik has announced its first ever virtual conference, featuring recorded presentations available on demand along with downloadable presentation slides.
The award honours the distributor that led the channel in digital marketing initiatives, increasing customer breadth, and promotion and sales of ON Semiconductor's latest innovative new products.