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Four-point plan to save the tech sector post-Brexit
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A new report says that the tech sector is highly integrated with European markets and dependent upon legal and regulatory frameworks established at EU level over many decades. The report ‘The UK Digital Sectors After Brexit‘ by Frontier Economics was commissioned by digital business body techUK. According to techUK, it is “extremely difficult to predict exactly what ... Read full article: Four-point plan to save the tech sector post-Brexit [...]
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Samsung profit up 50% y-o-y.
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Samsung Electronics had Q4 operating profit of $7.9 billion on revenues of $53 billion – the highest operating profit in 13 quarters and 50% up on Q4 2015. $4.25 billion of the profit came from the semiconductor business which was 77% up on Q4 2015. “Fourth quarter earnings were driven by the components businesses, mainly ... Read full article: Samsung profit up 50% y-o-y. [...]
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Tech sector welcomes May’s industrial blueprint
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Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposals for a Modern Industrial Strategy is being welcomed by the industry and tech investment sector. Companies in the tech sector had been hoping the Government would recognise their importance and place tech businesses and skills at heart of any post-Brexit industrial policy. This follows the government’s announcement of its new Industrial Strategy and a commitment ... Read full article: Tech sector welcomes May’s industrial blueprint [...]
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Scotland turns to Isle of Wight electronics to measure fishing vessels
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Isle of Wight torque measurement firm Datum Electronics confirms fishing vessel engine power as part of a certification proces Read full article: Scotland turns to Isle of Wight electronics to measure fishing vessels [...]
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Cambridge deal creates major graphene centre in the UK
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A majority stake in Cambridge Graphene, a spin-out company from the University of Cambridge, has been acquired by UK-based firm Versarien. Cambridge Graphene develops inks based on graphene and related materials using processes developed at the Cambridge Graphene Centre. The spin-out company has commercialised graphene inks for novel technology applications. Cheltenham-based technology firm Versarien says it ... Read full article: Cambridge deal creates major graphene centre in the UK [...]
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Mentor certifies RTOS for automotive designs
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Mentor Graphics has introduced an ISO 26262 qualification programme for its tools and embedded software for use safety-critical designs and verification flows at all criticality levels up to and including ASIL D. Called the Mentor Safe programme it includes the Nucleus SafetyCert real time operating system, the Volcano Vstar Autosar operating system and BSW stack. It also includes ISO 26262 ... Read full article: Mentor certifies RTOS for automotive designs [...]
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