(Minneapolis, MN, October 29, 2009) - Digi International® Inc. (NASDAQ: DGII, www.digi.com) Financial highlights for the quarter and fiscal year ended September 30, 2009 include: Digi reported revenue of $40.0 million for the fourth quar
With Three Industry Firsts, New Digi Core Module Speeds Development of Low Power Wireless Multimedia DevicesNovember 30, 2009 11:50 am | by Digi International | Comments
Digi launches first wireless enabled core module based on Freescale?s new i.MX51 processor, first with 802.11 a/b/g/n and first to support Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 R3
Digi Console Server Earns Security Certification for Government and Other Regulated Industry ApplicationsNovember 30, 2009 11:50 am | by Digi International | Comments
Digi Passport receives NIST FIPS 140-2 certification
I'm so tempted to track down your home address via your IP address and come over there and punch you. Of course it's worth it. What else are you going to do?
That California and Texas still lead the United States in generating renewable energy probably is no surprise. But, NREL's 2009 State of the States report shows that several smaller states from Maine to Louisiana to Utah are closing the clean energy gap, confirming that every state has...
Reliant Energy and The Vineyard Energy Project join Masdar City and Louisville Gas & Electric as the latest to launch pilot projects using GE’s smart grid enabled appliances
The world's largest atom smasher on Monday broke the record for proton acceleration previously held by a U.S. lab, sending beams of the particles at 1.18 trillion electron volts around the massive machine. The Large Hadron Collider eclipsed the previous high of 0.98 1 TeV held by Fermilab, outside Chicago, since 2001.
Lara Estroff and colleagues have taken a deep, detailed look at the way lab-created calcite crystals, similar to those found in nature, grow in tandem with proteins and other large molecules.
Premier Farnell in co-ordination with the Electronics Leadership Council (ELC) and the UK Electronics Alliance (UKEA), encourage all UK-based small and medium enterprise (SME) technology companies to take part in a survey developed to garner appropriate support from the UK Government and trade associations to ensure the necessary future economic growth for these SMEs.
Ants That Count! Most ants get around by leaving smell trails on the forest floor that show other ants how to get home or to food. They squeeze the glands that cover their bodies; those glands release a scent, and the scents in combination create trails the other ants can follow. That...
Committed to offering design engineers the newest technologies first, multi-channel electronics distributor Newark, part of the global Premier Farnell Group, has signed a franchise agreement with Altera Corporation, to supply their FPGA and CPLD devices, the latest development kits, and the Quartus II design software in North America.
Rochester Electronics, a comprehensive and authorized source for discontinued semiconductors, is actively expanding its mission critical product manufacturing capabilities to ensure a continuous supply of certified radiation hardened space-level semiconductors.
Laird Technologies, a leader in the design and manufacture of customized, performance-critical components for wireless systems and other advanced electronics applications, today announced it has expanded its global distribution product portfolio with Mouser Electronics to include its thermal management product line.
About 50 female students from three local high schools – Bellport, Rocky Point, and Shoreham-Wading River – recently learned about careers in science and toured world-class facilities at Brookhaven Lab.
Norway opened on Tuesday the world's first osmotic power plant, which produces emissions-free electricity by mixing fresh water and sea water through a special membrane. State-owned utility Statkraft's prototype plant, which for now will produce a tiny 2-4 kilowatts of power or enough to run a coffee machine, will enable Statkraft to test and develop the technology needed to drive down production costs.