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Samsung Expands Advanced 0.7μm-Pixel ISOCELL Image Sensor

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Mitsubishi Electric to Launch Second-generation Full-SiC Power Modules for Industrial Use

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today its coming launch of second-generation full-SiC (silicon carbide) power modules featuring a newly developed SiC chip for industrial use. The low power loss characteristics and high carrier frequency operation of the SiC-MOSFET (metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor) and SiC-SBD (schottky barrier diode) chips in the modules are expected to facilitate the development of more efficient...

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2020 AI NOW Examines AI in the Contactless Economy with ASUS and More

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Researchers at McKinsey predict that AI will boost global economic activity by $13 trillion over the next decade. As economies begin reopening to the post-pandemic world, AI industry growth is being accelerated by social distancing in the contactless economy...

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Bureau Veritas Supports Moxa to Obtain the First IEC 62443-4-1 Certificate

Moxa Obtains IEC 62443-4-1 Certification As the wave of Industry 4.0 sweeps the world, smart manufacturing has become the most crucial trend in various industries. In a smart system, the integration of IT and OT systems can comprehensively enhance the value of OT system's information in the application field, thereby creating a different operating model...

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Notebook Computer Shipment Expected to Soar Past 180 Million Units in 2020

Demand for notebook computers (NBs) across the globe experienced an explosive growth in 2Q20 due to increased WFH and distance education demand generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations...

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EVs Pushing Battery Prices Down and ESS to Next Phase of Energy Transition, reveals GlobalData

Energy storage systems (ESS) installations linked to the electricity grid and ancillary services will witness rapid growth in the coming two to three years because of their increasing number of applications and the falling cost of systems due to electric vehicle (EV) development...

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Inkron Invests in Augmented Reality Components Development Infrastructure

Inkron, a Nagase Group Company, the global leader of siloxane-based, optically clear Nano-Imprint Lithography (NIL) materials, makes a strategic investment in NIL materials and components development infrastructure. The investment will significantly accelerate Inkron’s development of high-performance optical materials needed in critical components of augmented reality (AR) glasses, 3D sensors and other diffractive optical elements (DOE)...

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