IMS Research’s latest report, “The World Market for CCTV and Video Surveillance Equipment – 2011 Edition”, estimates that the world market for video surveillance equipment continued to achieve strong growth in 2010, in excess of 10% on the previous year, despite the persistent after-effects of the global economic downturn. This growth was predominantly driven by
The Energy Harvesting (EH) Zone at Techno Frontier was busy with announcements again this year. In addition to numerous university research projects, Murata, Komatsu, and Altima demonstrated three distinct commercial approaches to this emerging...
Swiss-based u-blox announces the opening of a second office in China located in Shenzhen, a vibrant manufacturing and high-tech hub serving the global markets.
Toshiba Corporation and SanDisk Corporation oday celebrated the opening of Fab 5, the third 300mm wafer NAND fabrication facility at Toshiba’s Yokkaichi Operations in Mie Prefecture, Japan.
The China Solid State Lighting Alliance (CSA) recently announced that the China International Exhibition and Forum on Solid State Lighting (China SSL), a highly influential industry event with strong support from the Ministry of Science and Technology...
MaxLinear Inc. announced a major Chinese cable video set-top box design win with market leader Shenzhen Skyworth Digital Technology Co. Ltd. Skyworth will use the MxL203RF in a new
Japanese mobile social gaming firm DeNA will seek to expand by buying more game developers, its new chief executive, Isao Moriyasu, said in an interview on Monday.
Samsung Techwin America announces the appointment of Mr. Soon Hong Ahn as president of the video surveillance and security products supplier. Formerly Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for the security division of Samsung Techwin Co. Ltd. in Korea...
China Unicom subscribers can look forward to a ten-fold increase in their access data rates thanks to a faster information highway across the country. Nokia Siemens Networks is deploying a 5000 kilometer, 40 Gigabits per second, per channel, dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) optical network for the operator. The technology paves the way for
Check out this fascinating new technology from Japan that enables one to pick up materials in a solid or gel shape without the material losing its shape.
Richardson RFPD to Feature Design Engineering Capabilities for Renewable Energy Applications at PCIM Asia 2011June 16, 2011 9:15 am | News | Comments
Richardson RFPD announced today its Energy Management team will be showcasing their engineered assembly capabilities at PCIM Asia 2011, June 21-23 in Shanghai, China.
Mouser Electronics, Inc. is gearing up to sponsor Chinese race car driver Ho-Pin Tung in his attempt to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. If Tung succeeds this weekend in making the 33-car line up, he will be the first driver from the People’s Republic of China to start in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” on May 29.
The toylike electric cars at the Shanghai Auto Show are a glimpse of the high-tech automotive future China's leaders are pursuing - and a harbinger of possible disputes with its trading partners.
China says its campaign to tackle fakes and copyright theft is gaining ground, with courts accepting 40 percent more intellectual property cases last year.
LG Display, the world's No.2 flat-screen maker, is starting to see signs of recovery in depressed TV panel prices as it forecast a return to profitability in the current quarter after reporting its second consecutive quarterly loss.
3M announces the launch of its newly formed company 3M AST Ltd., based in Cheonan, Korea, which will provide advanced sputtering and plating services, materials and manufacturing capabilities for flexible circuits for the mobile hand-held, touch-screen panel and display markets.
The Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) extends our heartfelt condolences to all those affected by the disaster in Japan. In an effort to update the industry on disruptions in the supply chain due to materials and production availability as well as infrastructure conditions...
electronica & Productronica China 2011 closed this year’s show successfully with the best figures in its 10-year history. A total of 480 Chinese and international exhibitors presented their products on 23,000sqm exhibition space.
Following the recent terrible events in Japan, and the uncertain impact on the electronics supply chain, element14 has created a dedicated online space at www.element14.com/japanemergency. By creating this area of the community, element14 hopes that it will fulfil a clear need by acting as a central repository for the whole electronics industry on the Japanese situation...
The magnitude 9.0 earthquake that struck Northeast Japan on March 11 and the tsunami that followed later killed thousands and devastated huge parts of the country. In the process, multiple nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station were damaged...
Spot prices for flash memory chips used in smartphones and tablets could jump after the Japanese earthquake, although it would likely have only a limited impact on global supplies, an analyst said. Toshiba, the world's second biggest supplier of NAND flash memory after Samsung, closed its factories after the devastating earthquake and tsunami on Friday.
Responding to regional threats and the United States’ refusal to share F-22 technology, Japan is developing its own stealth fighter. The “land of the rising sun” intends to fly its first stealth fighter prototype by 2014. Japan and Israel have both expressed interest in the “air supremacy weapon”, the F-22 Raptor.
Premier Farnell plc announces CadSoft GmbH, a trading division of Premier Farnell, has partnered with Embest to jointly launch CadSoft’s EAGLE, the award winning software and the best selling Computer-aided Design (CAD) tool of its kind now available for use in the Chinese market.
u-blox has entered into an agreement with Guangdong Coagent Electronic & Science Technology Co. Ltd, China’s largest supplier of In-Car Navigation and Entertainment systems.