Posts Tagged ‘launch’

The programmable solutions zone, sponsored by Altera

We are pleased to announce the launch of the programmable solutions zone, sponsored again by Altera.As before, you will find a range of content – videos, app notes, product announcements, event details – concerned with programmable solutions, so be sure to bookmark the URL: www.electronicsweekly.com/programmable-solutions-zone Live…

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Mannerisms racks up two million page views

<website-selfpromotion>David Manners is out of the country at the moment, in Seville covering IEF 2011 – see IEF2011: HP to replace flash and SSD in 2013, for example.It will spare his blushes, then, when I unashamedly trumpet the achievement of his Mannerisms blog in passing a…

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Photos: Pinta, the robotic sailing boat

We have a new Photo Gallery on the site – check out Pinta, the robotic sailing boatLast year Mark Neal, a computer scientist at the University of Aberystwyth, UK, oversaw the launch of Pinta, a robotic sailing boat that set off from the west coast of Ireland in an attempt to…

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A new blog is born – Low-power Design

We are very pleased to announce the launch of a new blog in the Electronics Weekly portfolio: Low-power Design.As the title suggests, it will be covering a whole range of power efficiency issues, touching on topics as battery choices, system-level power-control architectures, optical interconnects, HKMG process…

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Electronics Weekly launches Supplier Ecosystem

Electronics Weekly is pleased to announce the launch of its Supplier Ecosystem, a new section of the site that will provide a one-stop shop for your product needs and distributor information.The goal is to make it easier to help you source the electronic components that you need.To…

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Don’t forget to sign up to the Electronics Weekly email newsletters

Have you signed up to receive the Circuits and Made by Monkeys newsletters yet? Or the Weekly editorial email? Go to MyAccount to make sure you receive them. During their launch period, ElectronicsWeekly.com was offering Circuits and Made by Monkeys to all our readers, but this has come to…

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