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Friday 4th July 2014
The devices feature ultra-low RDSON in standard and performance power packages for industrial applications
Friday 4th July 2014
A new type of computer chip incorporates a tiny, low-power transceiver, on-chip antennas and communication protocols that enable wireless shortcuts
Friday 4th July 2014
The toolset is designed to help users ramp devices as soon as samples are available with high test coverage and high quality
Friday 4th July 2014
The collaboration between Japanese high-tech companies with the U.S. patent licensing specialist is a new trend in Japanese patent monetisation
Friday 4th July 2014
The shock resistant, angular rate gyro is suited to test and measurement applications
Thursday 3rd July 2014
The FOUP purge system reduces contamination and oxygen levels and improves yields in advanced semiconductor manufacturing processes 
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Thursday 3rd July 2014
How do you put a puzzle together when the pieces are too tiny to pick up? Shrink the distance between them. Now scientists have shrunk the gap between nanowires to form dense arrays, making them useful for electronic devices
Thursday 3rd July 2014
SIPLACE and DEK form ASMPT’s SMT solutions segment where the focus is on growth and innovation
Thursday 3rd July 2014
For automotive circuits, the devices provide enhanced thermo cycling performance and increased power ratings to 2.0 W
Thursday 3rd July 2014
The move typifies Nanolab's rapid growth path since opening its new Silicon Valley, 48,000 square foot Analytical Services Lab in 2011
Thursday 3rd July 2014
The devices will help designers achieve high efficiency DC/DC conversion for high switching frequency applications
Thursday 3rd July 2014
Embedded camera apps for automotive, tablets & PCs, phones and security & surveillance will drive the market
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Wednesday 2nd July 2014
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Tuesday 1st July 2014
The firm has developed, what it claims, for the first time in the world, a purge process that uses nitrogen. Gigaphoton says it has proved that the process can maintain laser performance at the same level as that with helium
Tuesday 1st July 2014
SUNY NanoCollege and its corporate partners will provide updates on New York State’s Global 450C, among other presentations highlighting the state’s high-tech industry at SEMICON West 2014

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