US lab to test IoT IP

The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) has launched an service through which it will provide custom IP test for a range of IoT products. According to the group, this move will help to improve IoT interoperability, reduce time to market and enhance the customer experience.

  • US university lab launches IoT IP test service

    The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) has launched an service through which it will provide custom IP test for a range of IoT products. According to the group, this move will help to improve IoT interoperability, reduce time ... Read More
  • CNT based memory developer raises another $21million

    Memory developer Nantero, which is developing devices based on carbon nanotubes, has closed another funding round, which has raised more than $21million. According to the company, it now has more than 12 partners and customers in the consumer electronics, ... Read More
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    Looking to improve the performance of lithium based batteries, researchers have focused on ‘tunnelled’ electrode structures, which are believed to make it easier for charge-carrying ions to move in and out of the electrode.

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    Xilinx is the first company to license ARM’s Artisan physical IP for 7nm and will use it to design its next device generation for manufacture on TSMC’s 7FF process technology.

    Ron Moore, product manager in ARM’s physical design group, noted: “We’re ...
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