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Taiwan Prepared for the Post-Covid-19 Era With Emerging Technologies

TAIPEI, Taiwan - The Covid-19 pandemic spurs transformation of digital healthcare everywhere. To echo that trend, the Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan will bring together 300 technology giants and healthcare providers to exhibit healthcare-centred applications and solutions powered by AI, IoT, bio-sensor, 8K image tech and 5G to then ignite fresh ideas amongst those with desires to reinvent the way healthcare used to be delivered...

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AIC and Parade Jointly Announce Launch of PCI Express Gen 4 Appliance

TAIPEI, Taiwan - AIC Inc. and Parade Technologies today jointly announced the two companies will align on PCI Express Gen 4 retimer technologies to enable the launch of a pioneering PCI Express Gen 4 appliance ideal for composable GPU, AI, HPC workloads...

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Cadence Teams with TSMC, Microsoft to Reduce ICs Design Timing Signoff Schedules with the Cloud

Cadence Design Systems today announced the results of a three-way collaboration with TSMC and Microsoft focused on utilizing cloud infrastructure to reduce semiconductor design signoff schedules. Through this collaboration, c...

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Mitsubishi Electric Announces End of Production of TFT-LCD Modules

Mitsubishi Electric announced today that it will end the production of TFT-LCD modules manufactured by its wholly owned subsidiary Melco Display Technology Inc. (MDTI), aiming at June, 2022. The production termination is due to the changes of business environment...

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Silex Insight Announces Record-breaking 1.5Tb MACsec Solution

Silex Insight announces today their 1.5Tb (Terabit) MACsec (Media Access Control security) engine (BA451) that anchors MACsec security in hardware. In this way, network operators can get the full performance benefits of 1.5Tb Ethernet, and the security benefits of MACsec...

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Mitsubishi Electric to Acquire Factory to Expand Power Device Business

Mitsubishi Electric announced today that it will acquire buildings and land from Sharp Fukuyama Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Sharp Corporation located in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The acquired properties will serve as a new site where Mitsubishi Electric’s Power Device Works will process wafers for the manufacture of power semiconductors...

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