Digi-Key Electronics has launched the second season of its Factory Tomorrow video series, which explores Industry 4.0 technologies such as AI and edge computing.
Updated market projections from CSIRO have forecast that quantum technology could reach $6 billion and generate more than 19,000 jobs in Australia by 2045.
Steve Sanghi, Executive Chair of Microchip Technology, is set to receive the Dr Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award for his contributions to the industry.
The Australian Government has appointed a National Quantum Advisory Committee to help support the country's National Quantum Strategy.
Participants with an optics or photonics technology or application as the basis for a viable business are encouraged to apply to the SPIE Startup Challenge.
Altium LLC, the IPC Education Foundation and Arduino are partnering to launch the student electronics design challenge, to promote STEM innovation for environmental change.
Australian semiconductor developer Morse Micro has received $140 million in funding and entered into a strategic partnership with lead investor MegaChips.
Researchers at the University of Oxford and University College Cork have developed two new microscopy techniques to unlock the secret of high-temperature superconductors.
Renesas has announced plans to acquire Steradian Semiconductors, a fabless semiconductor company that specialises in 4G imaging radar.
Local and global leaders in Australia's quantum industry, along with the Tech Council of Australia, have launched the Australian Quantum Alliance (AQA).
Semikron and Danfoss Silicon Power have merged to create a joint business focusing on power semiconductor modules for use in variable-speed drives.
Dr Omkaram Nalamasu, Chief Technology Officer of Applied Materials, has received the IEEE Frederik Philips Award, for leadership in research and development of semiconductor materials.
Digi-Key has celebrated its product distribution centre expansion and its appearance on Fast Company's 2022 list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Innovators.
Sisvel International has launched a patent pool on Wi-Fi 6 technology, whose initial members are set to include Huawei, Mediatek, Philips, SK Telecom and Wilus.
The awards are a celebration and recognition of the growing range of technical innovations across optics and photonics products on the market today.