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NEXCOM KPPC 1812 Targeting IoT Applications and More

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Keysight Technologies Begins Operations

Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced the electronic measurement business of Agilent Technologies has begun operating under the Keysight name. It will remain a wholly owned subsidiary of Agilent Technologies until early November when the separation is expected to be completed and Keysight begins trading on the NYSE under the symbol KEYS...

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Self-Organized Network of Inorganic Synapses to Develop Brain-Like Computers

California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) at the National Institute for Materials Science, Japan are developing a neuromorphic device to mimic brain function involve programming computers to create virtual neural networks...

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Fujitsu Semiconductor and ON Semiconductor Announce 8-inch Foundry Services Agreement

Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited and ON Semiconductor announced that they have entered into a foundry services agreement. Fujitsu will manufacture wafers for ON Semiconductor at its 8-inch front-end semiconductor wafer fabrication facility located in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan...

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ST Opens MEMS Microphone Lab in Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan-STMicroelectronics announced it has opened a new MEMS Microphone Lab (Anechoic Chamber) in Taiwan to test and analyze high-performance audio applications built with ST’s MEMS microphones. “With the increasing demand for advanced microphone applications in the Greater China region...

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Acer Donates NT$2 Million Toward the Relief and Recovery of Kaohsiung Explosions

TAIPEI, Taiwan- Regarding the multiple gas explosions in Kaohsiung that occurred late yesterday in southern Taiwan, Acer expresses its shock and sympathy to the city and its citizens. Acer pledges to donate NT$2 million towards the relief and recovery efforts...

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Quanta Donates NT$ 10 Million to Assist Kaohsiung Gas Explosion

TAIPEI, Taiwan- To help with the post-disaster relief of gas explosions in Kaohsiung on Thursday, Quanta Computer donated NT$ 10 million, and launched the staff donations to assist the victims to rebuild their homes. Kaohsiung gas explosion last night caused great disaster, many people need assistance, relief operations should execute immediately...

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