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Building on momentum: Interview with ESCO Council chief ... 08/04/2014

ESCO's new chief executive tells Graham Pitcher that the electronic systems sector's 'time has come'.

Sound solution: Inteview with BEEAs winner John Richards 11/03/2014

As the 2014 British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) programme launches, Tim Fryer visits a previous winner, John Richards of Oxford Digital, ...

Giving technology the right strategy: Interview with ... 11/02/2014

The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has hundreds of success stories of all shapes and sizes and, says Myrddin Jones, it is hungry for more. Tim Fryer ...

New name, new outlook: Interview with techUK's chief ... 14/01/2014

Graham Pitcher hears from techUK's chief executive about how the organisation can help to grow the UK's tech sector.

Paternal pleasure: Interview with Jeff Kodosky, cofounder ... 10/12/2013

Jeff Kodosky's legacy as the 'Father of LabVIEW' is assured, but his enthusiasm for developing the platform remains undiminshed, as he explained to ...

Building for the future: Interview with Nathan Hill, ... 12/11/2013

Research into graphene won Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov the Nobel prize in physics. But the story has not ended there, as Nathan Hill told Tim ...

Tuttle goes for broad appeal: Interview with Tyson Tuttle, ... 08/10/2013

The acquisitions of Ember and Energy Micro have put Silicon Labs in a strong position in the Internet of Things market, as ceo Tyson Tuttle explained ...

Pushing the boundaries: Interview with Tunç Doluca, ... 10/09/2013

Maxim is responding to the changing needs of analogue electronics designers. Graham Pitcher finds out how from the company's ceo.

EU unites behind strategy: Interview with Neelie Kroes, EC ... 13/08/2013

"The objective is to ensure that the semiconductor industry in Europe has the right framework to allow it to stay at or, in some cases, return to the ...

Maverick or visionary? Interview with Andy Pease, president ... 09/07/2013

Andy Pease tells Caroline Hayes his company's focus on programmable logic in the mobile market is the right path – whatever competitors do.

A marathon, not a sprint: Interview with Dr Chris Rowen, ... 11/06/2013

Dr Chris Rowen tells Caroline Hayes why he is excited about the Cadence acquisition and why he still believes the configurable model is the key to ...

Scope for more business: Interview with Roland Steffen, ... 14/05/2013

Graham Pitcher finds out from Roland Steffen how Rohde & Schwarz plans to build its oscilloscope business.

Onwards and upwards: Interview with Plextek group chariman ... 09/04/2013

Plextek's group chairman Colin Smithers tells Graham Pitcher how it's time for the company to move forward.

The transfer window: Interview with Professor Andrew ... 13/03/2013

Throw a figurative stone in any gathering of senior engineers and you are bound to hit someone with a strongly-held opinion on how best to increase ...
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Shall we dance? Interview with Gregg Lowe, Freescale 12/02/2013

Freescale's new ceo tells Graham Pitcher that, while he's not 'dancing' yet, progress is being made in turning its fortunes round.
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Change is the constant: Interview with Dr James Truchard, ... 08/01/2013

After more than 30 years at the helm, Dr T tells Graham Pitcher he is still looking for new opportunities.

A catalogue of success: Interview with Digi-Key president ... 11/12/2012

Graham Pitcher finds Digi-Key's president to be enthusiastic about the company's prospects

Programmability will win out: Interview with Nigel Toon, ... 13/11/2012

There are some industries in which change happens slowly; others exist in a more dynamic landscape. Despite the fact that it's maturing, the ...

Interview with Menno Treffers, chairman, Wireless Power ... 07/11/2012

There are now 110 consumer electronics products that are authorised by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) to carry the Qi logo. One of the latest is ...

Grasping the nettle: Interview with Keith Attwood, ceo, e2v 09/10/2012

Many UK based technology companies can trace their origins to the years immediately following World War II. Chelmsford based e2v is one, building its ...

Chip design’s recycle cycle: Interview with Aart de Geus, ... 11/09/2012

Some 15 years ago, Synopsys bet on the idea that third party intellectual property (IP) would an important element of the integrated circuit ...

Implementing change: Interview with Dr Carsten Suckrow, vp ... 14/08/2012

The days of semiconductor companies manufacturing and selling discrete products are passing. Today, companies involved in the electronics supply ...

Moving forward hand in hand: Interview with Andreas ... 10/07/2012

Three years ago, Wind River Systems – developer of the VxWorks real time operating system – was acquired by Intel. The news received a mixed ...

Taking the long view: Interview with Alex Davern, COO of ... 12/06/2012

Despite having been in the test business for more than 35 years, National Instruments remains a 'one of a kind'; not only in terms of the technology ...

Fruits of his labours: Interview with Pete Lomas, Raspberry ... 08/05/2012

The man who designed the hardware for the Raspberry Pi tells Chris Shaw what the device means to him.