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Tiny quantum chip enables secure communications

25 November, 2019

The quantum communication chip is said to be 1000 times smaller than current quantum set-ups, while offering the same high security that quantum technology is known for.

STMicroelectronics powerline communication development toolset

27 August, 2019

A plug-and-play powerline communication (PLC) development toolset from STMicroelectronics is designed to accelerate the development of turnkey powerline networks by providing all the hardware and software components needed to build and run a PLC application.

MaxLinear Wave-2 networking platform

30 January, 2019

The Wave-2 networking chipset, from MaxLinear, features the digital baseband and analog front ends. The networking platform offers designers the flexibility to combine footprint-compatible components to address multiple applications.

STMicroelectronics ST8500 powerline-communication chipset

13 November, 2018

The STMicroelectronics ST8500 powerline-communication (PLC) solution features a G3-PLC CENELEC B certified protocol stack for industrial applications beyond utility metering, such as in smart cities, street lighting, renewable energy management, and railway smart tunnels and stations.

STMicroelectronics Power-Line Communication (PLC) modem chipset

29 September, 2017

STMicroelectronics is powering the shift to smarter energy consumption and management with its modular Power-Line Communication (PLC) modem chipset, set to provide flexibility to manufacturers of utility meters, smart-grid nodes, streetlamps, and home and industrial controllers.

ST NFC technology integrated into MediaTek mobile platforms

11 September, 2017

STMicroelectronics has integrated its contactless near-field communication (NFC) technology with mobile platforms from MediaTek, said to be the world's second-largest supplier of mobile handset solutions.

STWBC-WA charging-transmitter controller and STWLC04 wireless battery-charger receiver

05 October, 2016

A miniaturised wireless battery-charging chipset from STMicroelectronics saves space, simplifies enclosure design and sealing, and accelerates time to market for ultracompact sports wearables, wellness monitors, medical sensors and remote controllers.

Interface Concept IC-PPC-VMeb and IC-PPC-VPX3d digital signal processing boards and single-boards computers

25 September, 2016

The Interface Concept IC-PPC-VMeb and IC-PPC-VPX3d digital signal processing boards and single-boards computers are suitable for applications requiring high-bandwidth data processing computations.

Acromag ACEX-4600 COM Express carrier card

05 September, 2016

The Acromag ACEX-4600 COM Express carrier is a rugged COM Express modular platform, designed with rigid PCBs and extended temperature support for extreme industrial and defence applications.

Multipurpose programmable optical chips

01 February, 2016

Researchers have designed multipurpose programmable optical chips that could revolutionise the microwave photonics industry.

STMicroelectronics powers 100 million Indian set-top boxes

22 January, 2016

STMicroelectronics has shipped its 100 millionth chipset for digital cable and satellite set-top boxes (STBs) in India.

Samsung begins mass production of advanced logic chips

18 January, 2016

Samsung Electronics has begun mass production of advanced logic chips using its 14 nm Low-Power Plus (LPP) process, the second generation of the company's 14 nm FinFET process technology.

Designer crystals for more powerful electronics

15 December, 2015

A new process to grow designer crystals, known as 'metal organic frameworks' or MOFs, could lead to a new breed of faster, more powerful electronic devices.

Dialog Semiconductor iW630+iW1780+iW671 Rapid Charge adapter chipset

04 August, 2015

Dialog Semiconductor has released its iW630+iW1780+iW671 Rapid Charge adapter chipset. The chipset provides the high efficiency and power density needed for small-form-factor, fast-charging smartphones and mobile device power adapters.

Faster multicore chips

23 February, 2015 by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office

Computer chips' clocks have stopped getting faster. To keep delivering performance improvements, chipmakers are instead giving chips more processing units, or cores, which can execute computations in parallel.

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