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Dialog Semiconductor and GLOBALFOUNDRIES announced an agreement in which Dialog will license its conductive bridging RAM (CBRAM) technology to GF.
SMART Global Holdings announced it has entered an agreement with Cree to purchase its LED Products business unit, known as Cree LED, for upwards of $300 million.
Integrated Global Shutter sensor portfolio provide common architecture and resolutions up to 45 Mp.
Toshiba released the TW070J120B, a 1200V SiC MOSFET for high power industrial applications.
HART SMART AV operates without a steering wheel and uses a pre-programmed, fixed route with a combination of localization techniques, involving sensor technology.
Senet released a full suite of Radio Access Network planning and management tools, development programs, and co-marketing initiatives for the deployment of commercial LoRaWAN solutions.
The new facility is enabling the company to scale up production of its (Hi-Rel) connectors to meet market requirements.
The OTA solution is designed to provide users with practical experience regarding automotive OTA and offers benefits from a variety of individual application options.
Rohde & Schwarz announced it has verified assisted-GPS (APGS) performance for commercial mobile devices.
Beckhoff Automation released the EL51xx EtherCAT Terminals, which features built-in incremental signal analysis functionality.
u-blox announced that iWave Systems selected the u-blox JODY-W2 multiradio module for its i.MX8 SOM and SBC designs.
InnoPhase announced it has joined the STMicroelectronics Partner Program.
The technology uses an open architecture and has a suite of analytics with a set of automation workflows and rules to adapt the solution to each enterprise’s needs.
Guerrilla RF introduced the GRF5506 ¼ W linear power amplifier. The amplifiers were developed for 5G and 4G wireless infrastructure applications that require native linearity.
iWave Systems collaborated with Crank Software to provide 3D touch screen interfaces on iWave HMI solutions.
The new DARTS 9040-G unit, available from dSPACE, was built to test radar sensor signals for autonomous driving needs.
By integrating the wireless charging solution into its systems Stäubli WFT is reacting to the increasing customer demand for intelligent charging concepts.
Per the company, the MAX25430 decreased design size up to 40 percent and eliminates microcontrollers, metal enclosures, and heat sinks for 25 percent lower cost than competitive solutions.
The automotive platform provides solutions for safety critical applications such as digital cockpits as well as convenience functionality like vehicle infotainment systems.
Collaboration intended to expand global availability of standardized, interoperable solutions for high-speed in-vehicle connectivity.