The “things” in the Internet of Things (IoT) is as broad in meaning as the word itself: It could mean clothes (smart garments), fitness devices (like Fitbit), smart cars, beacons, homes, and more—including smart cities, given...
Many semiconductor and other component manufacturers see the Internet of Things (IoT) as an opportunity to grow sales at a time when traditional customer segments such as computers and smartphones are weakening...
Bluetooth 5’s higher speeds will also send data faster and optimize responsiveness, and increasing broadcast capacity will propel the next generation of “connectionless” services.
To mitigate risk caused by supply base consolidation, the EMS provider has expanded its value analysis/value engineering services for OEMs.
Automotive pushes the LED lighting market ahead.
Distributors focus on growth in Mexico and beyond, as automotive, lighting, technology and solar markets hold promise.
Nordic Semiconductor is developing low-power LTE technology for cellular Internet of Things (IoT).
Lockheed’s aeronautics business will use the parts to build and deliver lot 14 F-35 fighter jets for U.S. facilities.
Semiconductor buyers should keep a watchful eye on the capital expenditure plans of their key chip suppliers. The semiconductor industry will experience its second consecutive year of declining sales revenue in 2016, which will mean some chipmake...
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