IDT, EPC develop GaN devices

IDT and EPC have announced that they are collaborating to develop technology based on gallium nitride (GaN). Under the agreement, the partners will explore how EPC's eGaN technology can be integrated with IDT's products.

  • IDT, EPC partnering to develop GaN based devices

    IDT and EPC have announced that they are collaborating to develop technology based on gallium nitride (GaN). Under the agreement, the partners will explore how EPC's eGaN technology can be integrated with IDT's products.

    "GaN offers exciting ...
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  • Where are the discounts?

    The Carrefour hypermarket in Lille, France has replaced its fluorescent lighting with 2.5km of LED lighting from Philips that can also transmit location signals to a shopper's smartphone, triggering an app to provide location based services.

    The ...
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  • Nanowire transistors the way forward, says simulation specialist

    Risk is the biggest issue facing semiconductor manufacturers, according to Professor Asen Asenov, the Glasgow University academic who is also chief executive of Gold Standard Simulations (GSS), which specialises in predictive simulation of nano CMOS devices. ... Read More
  • Health-tracking technology in eyewear

    Ophthalmic technology group and eye care retailer VSP Global has announced the development of 'Project Genesis', a wearable prototype pair of optical frames that integrates health-tracking technology.

    Sensors, including an accelerometer and gyros, ...
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