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Renesas Enables Cloud Connectivity with Microsoft RTOS
Renesas Electronics Corporation deepened its collaboration with Microsoft to offer seamless device-to-cloud experience for IoT developers. In October 2019, the two companies began a collaboration to deliver a complete chip-to-cloud IoT solution based on Renesas’ microcontroller (MCU) and microprocessor (MPU)
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Date:
04/02/2020
Industrial Applications â€

Kevin Parmenter, FAE Director, Taiwan Semiconductor NA

Our industry typically classifies power applications that we can’t partition into any other segment as “industrial electronics.” This includes everything from energy-harvesting sensors to monitoring industrial machinery or a pipeline along its complete route, to the power levels needed to weld steel in
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Date:
04/02/2020
GaN Power Stage Allows High-Density Power Conversion Designs
Mouser Electronics, Inc., is now stocking the LMG341xR050 gallium nitride (GaN) power stage from Texas Instruments (TI). With an integrated gate driver and robust protection features, the 600-V, 50-milliohm device allows designers to achieve new levels of efficiency in their power conversion systems, including
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Date:
04/02/2020

ATEN Technology, Inc. Launches Work-From-Anywhere Solution
ATEN Technology, Inc., released the CN9600, its newest KVM over IP switch. The 1-local/remote share access single port DVI KVM over IP switch allows remote access of digital, video, audio and virtual media via remote control of a PC or workstation. This provides users with an affordable and durable over IP server
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Date:
04/01/2020
AI Finds 2D Materials in the Blink of an Eye

The University of Tokyo researchers develop a machine-learning algorithm for detecting atomically thin 2D materials, including graphene, from a microscope image in a fraction of a second--which may accelerate the industrial-scale production of next-generation electronics

Researchers at the Institute of Industrial Science, a part of The University of Tokyo, demonstrated a novel artificial intelligence system that can find and label 2D materials in microscope images in the blink of an eye. This work can help shorten the time required for 2D material-based electronics to be ready
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Date:
04/01/2020