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TSMC to equip Nanjing fab this year
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TSMC will start moving equipment into its Nanjing fab in H2, reports Digitimes. The fab will kick off on 16nm. Pilot production is scheduled for H1 2018 with volume production in H2. It is being equipped to run 20k wpm. First 7nm tape-outs at TSMC Taiwan are set for H2 2017. 10nm is already in production. ... Read full article: TSMC to equip Nanjing fab this year [...]
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New type of memory effect found in transition metal oxides
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A new kind of memory effect, unrelated to memory effects previously reported, is said to have been discovered in transition metal oxides (TMOs) by Bar-Ilan University in Israel. [...]
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Knowles caps tackle EV charging challenge
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Knowles is aiming at electric and hybrid vehicle charging with a range of X7R multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs). “The big change being seen in automotive applications is the voltage rating and size of components now being used,” said the firm. “This revolution in MLCC technology, used in control electronics, is being driven by modern on-board ... Read full article: Knowles caps tackle EV charging challenge [...]
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Renesas joins LoRa, plans wireless MCUs ‘within a year’
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Renesas Electronics has joined the LoRa Alliance as a sponsor member. According to the company, the move will enable it to contribute to the standardisation and promotion of LoRaWAN. [...]
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Microchip launches direct online sales service
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Microchip has launched a web based service in which it will sell parts directly to customers. According to the company, the site – called microchipDIRECT – includes features available for the first time in the semiconductor industry. Users can access high-volume quotes, custom programming, ordering flexibility and global support. microchipDIRECT is said to carry the largest inventory of Microchip products. [...]
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More on: Arctic Sand’s novel dc-dc converter technology
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MIT spin-out Arctic Sand has created plenty of interest in the dc-dc converter world – so much so that Murata has just bought the company. But exactly what the firm’s unique technology is, has remained under wraps. Now Electronics Weekly has been given a peep behind the scenes by company CEO Gary Davison. It transpires ... Read full article: More on: Arctic Sand’s novel dc-dc converter technology [...]
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