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Archive : January 2015 год



30.01.2015 - 22:40
BT is planning to roll out 'G.fast' technology in a move that could see 500Mbit/s broadband being available to 'most of the UK' by 2025. Testing will start in two pilot locations this Summer.According to the company, G.fast will initially offer download rates of 'a few hundred Mbit/s'. Rates will then increase to around...
30.01.2015 - 22:36
The Weightless SIG has completed its first quarter Weightless-N Working Group conference, convened to progress development of the new IoT specification for sub GHz spectrum.Professor William Webb, pictured, CEO of the Weightless SIG, commented: "Solid development work has progressed the specification significantly since October 2014. We ar...
30.01.2015 - 22:32
Intel has announced the availability of its 5th generation Intel Core vPro processor family which, it claims, will meet the needs of a more mobile and dynamic workforceThe latest iteration of Intel Core vPro processors offers wireless innovations, built in security, faster performance and improved manageability. It also believes the new process...
30.01.2015 - 22:28
STMicroelectronics has extended its STM32F3 MCU family to address applications that require high performance and innovative features at affordable cost. The range now offers memory densities of up to 512kbyte of flash and 80kbyte of SRAM, as well as more capable peripherals for high speed control and off chip storage.Added to the range are the...
30.01.2015 - 22:23
Freescale is continuing its turn round from the seemingly dark days when it was dealing with the twin problems of large amounts of debt and declining product revenues.Speaking exclusively with New Electronics, president and CEO Gregg Lowe – now about two and a half years into the job – pointed out two things. "Our top line reve...
28.01.2015 - 22:19
The universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford and Warwick, along with University College London, will lead the Alan Turing Institute, which will be based at the British Library in London. The Institute is intended to position the UK as a leader in the analysis and application of big data and algorithm research.Business Secretary Vince Cable,...
28.01.2015 - 22:15
FPGA vendor Lattice Semiconductor has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Silicon Image for $600million. Darin Billerbeck, Lattice's president and chief executive officer said the move was a transformative event for both companies. "For the first time in the semiconductor industry, a single company will combine the design flexibility...
28.01.2015 - 22:11
A new class of low saturation voltage IGBTs specifically optimised for switching frequencies ranging from 50Hz to 20kHz has been announced by Infineon. Applications for the devices are said to include inverters for photovoltaic and welding systems.The L5 family is based on the company's TRENCHSTOP 5 thin wafer technology, with the intrinsic...
27.01.2015 - 22:44
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27.01.2015 - 22:40
A team of researchers from three US universities has demonstrated a way to vary the number of electrons in a give region of a piece of graphene. The team says this is a proof of principle in the creation of semiconductor devices using the so called 'wonder material'. It adds that the number of electrons can be tuned through the application...