Gel capacitor rivals batteries

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a capacitor dielectric material, using a hybrid silica sol-gel material and a nanoscale self-assembled monolayer of octylphosphonic acid, which is claimed to provide electrical energy storage capacity rivalling that of batteries.

  • Sol-gel capacitor dielectric rivals batteries in energy density

    Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a capacitor dielectric material, using a hybrid silica sol-gel material and a nanoscale self-assembled monolayer of octylphosphonic acid, which is claimed to provide electrical energy storage ... Read More
  • Infineon shows strong growth

    Infineon Technologies has reported its results for the third quarter of the 2015 fiscal year. The results show that revenue grew by 7%, a rise of €103million to €1,586m at a margin of 15.4%. Infineon predicts a 1% growth for the final quarter and a 34% ... Read More
  • Maxim collaborates with NVIDIA on automotive infotainment and safety solutions

    Maxim Integrated Products has collaborated with NVIDIA to enable the analogue blocks on automotive infotainment and ADAS for NVIDIA's DRIVE CX and PX platforms.

    To address concerns raised about the impact that interactive technologies will have on ...
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  • ARM acquires Sansa to expand IoT security capability

    ARM has acquired Israel-based Sansa Security, a provider of hardware security IP and software for advanced SoC components embedded in IoT and mobile devices. Terms have not yet been disclosed.

    "Any connected device could be a target for a malicious ...
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