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Scalable and sustainable IoT

Connected devices are flooding into our homes and our workplaces, yet embedded engineers still need to reach a consensus on how these should be maintained.

Through the looking glass

The electronic components market has been growing steadily over the past year and this trend is set to continue in 2020 and beyond, according to Jezel Hardern, Managing Director, Rutronik UK & Ireland.

Samsung dominates the 5G smartphone market

Samsung has carved out a commanding lead in the newly developing 5G smartphone market, with the company accounting for three-quarters of worldwide shipments in the third quarter, according to research from IHS Markit | Technology.

CEA-Leti fabricates solid inorganic thin-film batteries

In a research result that could potentially expand the market for tiny energy-storage units in medical implantable, injectable and wearable solutions, CEA-Leti has fabricated all-solid, inorganic thin-film batteries (TFBs) that demonstrate better performance than existing devices.

LYNX MOSA.ic selected For F-35 Lightning II mission system avionics

Lynx Software Technologies, a supplier of platform software technologies, has announced that the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program Office has accepted the recommendation from Lockheed Martin to adopt the LYNX MOSA.ic framework to support the upgrade of the mission system avionics for the F-35 as part of the “Technology Refresh 3” (TR3) modernisation program.

2D materials paving the way to extreme scaling

At this year’s IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, imec, the research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, published an in-depth study looking at scaled transistors with MoS2 which demonstrated the best device performance to date for such materials.

Nexeon acquires key patent sets

Nexeon, which is developing silicon materials for next generation lithium ion batteries, has acquired three sets of patents relating to the use of silicon in lithium ion battery anodes.

Engineering Materials Live exhibitor gets the measure of assembly

Electronics assembly requires high accuracy for parts with miniature dimensions. Yet concurrently, the production of electronic sub-assemblies and components also requires high speed, with processes that must deliver the highest quality: so, it is perhaps unsurprising that many production steps in the electronics assembly arena have become highly automated.

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