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Samsung Electronics Starts Mass Production of Fifth-Generation V-NAND

Published: Jul 10,2018


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Siemens and Alibaba Cloud Partner to Power IIoT in China

Siemens and Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today to partner to foster the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) in China. The two companies will leverage each other’s technology and industry resources to build a unique IoT solution to support Industrie 4...

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NEC to Build the Bay to Bay Express Cable System

The Bay to Bay Express Cable System (BtoBE) consortium, composed of China Mobile International, Facebook and Amazon Web Services, signed an agreement with NEC Corporation to build a high performance submarine cable connecting Singapore, Hong Kong and the United States...

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Global Electric Vehicle Market Continues to Expand as Power Battery Prices Decrease, Says TrendForce

The global electric vehicle market continues to expand while the oil prices increase, power battery prices decrease, and countries have been proposing stricter CO2 emission targets for vehicles. EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce, forecasts that the market share of electric vehicles will reach 5% in 2020 and 8~9% in 2023...

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CTIMES Explores the Current State of Industry 4.0 in Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan - CTIMES held the “Smart Manufacturing of Electronic Components Forum” in which specialists in related industries were invited to Industrial Technology Research Industry (ITRI) to share their thoughts and explain the current state of entering technology 4...

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With ECC Memory, the COM-APLC6 can be Relied On to Perform in any Environment

AAEON launches the COM-APLC6, a powerful COM Express Type 6 module. Responding to customer requirements and market trends, the innovative tech giant has fitted its latest module with a series of features designed to strengthen applications and speed up development processes...

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Chinese Suppliers May Start Selloff of Modules Due to the Oversupply, Says TrendForce

According to the latest research of EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce, Chinese domestic solar market has been shirking after the release of new PV policy. Faced with the oversupply, Chinese module makers will seek ways to export the excessive products, or even sell off the products to overseas markets...

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