Essensium NV, a Belgian fabless provider of SoC ASICs (system-on-chip application-specific integrated circuits), announced that it has secured a strategic partnership with Silterra, a leading semiconductor wafer foundry in Malaysia, through a €6 million private equity financing from Silterra’s parent company Khazanah Nasional.
Hale Hamilton, valve and fluid control device and systems manufacturer, announced that the Hale Hamilton Group comprising Hale Hamilton Valves Ltd. and Cambridge Fluid Systems Ltd. has been acquired by Circor International Inc. of Burlington, Massachusetts, USA.
Image Technology, supplier of 1X full-field photomasks, announced that it has acquired a Lasertec Large Area Mask (LAM) defect inspection tool to enhance their full production line for advanced 9-inch photomasks.
SanDisk Corporation announced the opening of SanDisk India Device Design Centre Pvt. Ltd. in the country’s technology hub of Bangalore, where engineers will work on the core elements of the company’s flash memory products.
mPhase Technologies Inc. announced the promotion of its lead nanotechnology researcher Victor Lifton, to the position of Chief Scientist, with a larger responsibility for the company's emphasis on "small" technology - including the company's "smart" nano-structured battery and ultra-sensitive uncooled magnetometer.
The Pacific Research Institute (PRI), in California, has challenged the conclusions reached by a recent report released by the Woodrow Wilson International Center that claims that U.S. laws and regulations cannot adequately protect the public against the risks of nanotechnology.
THE ISSCC (International solid-state Circuits Conference (ISSCC) was the event where IMEC nanotechnology R&D center elected to announce three major advances in technologies that will be used in wireless autonomous sensor nodes:
According to research company, Research and Markets, the market for MEMS in mobile communications will reach US$750mill in 2009. In 2005, the company reported on MEMS applications for the mobile phone industry.
Sense Holdings, Inc, developer of next-generation biometric and explosive detection security technologies for government and commercial security markets, announced an important recent progress report under a research and development project with the U.S. government's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
THE ISSCC (International solid-state Circuits Conference (ISSCC) was the event where IMEC nanotechnology R&D center elected to announce three major advances in technologies that will be used in wireless autonomous sensor nodes..