Posts Tagged ‘semiconductor’

Elektra Awards power up

We are pleased to announce a whole number of new sponsorships for the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards 2011.There are 21 categories this year and the Distributor of the Year is now sponsored by IC Resources, the Educational Support Award is now sponsored by IC Group, the Embedded Systems…

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Britain's FIRST Electronics Newspaper – We are 50!

Under the headline: ‘Britain’s FIRST Electronics Newspaper’, Electronics Weekly announced its arrival to the world 50 years ago.”This newspaper makes journalistic history,” starts the announcement on the front page of the first edition of Electronics Weekly , published on 7 September 1960.

It was the first newspaper in the…

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Q5 Interview – Geir Førre, Energy Micro

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the CEO of Energy Micro.Geir Førre talks to Electronics Weekly about the company, which has just launched its first semiconductor product, a very low-power ARM Cortex-M3-based microcontroller.See also: Photos: Energy Micro’s EFM32 MCUThe five questions…

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The Most Important Semiconductor Breakthrough?

Make sure you vote in the new poll on Mannerisms. It asks: What Was The Most Important Semiconductor Breakthrough? You can enter it here, too.David Manners, our Components Editor, writes:Very, very tricky this one. What was the most important of the very many important breakthroughs that have made…

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What to watch in 2009 – A look ahead

Hopefully you’ve seen them on the News Index this week – Electronics Weekly’s look forward to 2009, and what it has to offer.As well as the technologies, people and legislation to watch in 2009, we consider the companies to watch in the year ahead, too.Here is the…

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Warren Savage On: Waiting for Godot

Just to let you know that the seventh instalment of Warren Savage’s monthly column on Semiconductor IP is already live on the site – Warren Savage On: Waiting for GodotHe explains why to respond to a practical problem with real solutions without waiting for others to lead the way is…

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Semiconductor IP – Warren Savage’s monthly column

Just a gentle reminder that the second instalment of Warren Savage’s monthly column on Semiconductor IP is already live on the site. He begins:

What’s the difference between a hot product and dud? Let me tell you: it’s the degree to which a product completely solves a…

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