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Trends in industrial computing
Digitimes trackes the latest trends in industrial computing applications, including IoT, Industry 4.0 and automation and robotics.
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Wednesday 18 May 2022
SMIC, Hua Hong show mixed business outlook for 2Q22
China's top foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC) has estimated the Shanghai lockdown could reduce its production by 5% in the second quarter, while another...
Wednesday 18 May 2022
3D measurement solutions gaining importance in EV production
As power systems of EVs differ greatly from those of oil-fueled cars, automakers require innovative technologies to manufacture and assemble key system components, leading to a growing...
Monday 16 May 2022
Taiwan OSATs embracing more car, industrial IC orders from IDMs
International IDMs including Infineon and STMicroelectronics continue stepping up production of automotive, industrial control and networking chips to meet ever-rising demand, outsourcing...
Monday 9 May 2022
AI 2.0 era arriving with challenges for enterprises, says Delta Research Center chief
The era of AI 2.0 is arriving along with the growing maturity and popularity of related technologies and tools, and enterprises must learn how to grasp the latest development trends...
Monday 9 May 2022
Memory chips increasingly important in heterogeneous integration, says Winbond
The role of memory chips has become increasingly important in heterogeneous integration, and Winbond Electronics is working with potential customers in multiple related design projects,...
Friday 6 May 2022
PC component makers see no cutback in customer orders amid China lockdowns
China's COVID lockdowns and restrictions have little impacted order placements from clients despite causing shipment delays, but supply chain players may not be able to fully resume...
Friday 6 May 2022
Chip shortage causes automation equipment production bottlenecks
Shortages of industrial-control ICs are causing bottlenecks in the manufacture of automation equipment used for the chipmaking and PCB industries, according to sources at semiconductor...
Thursday 5 May 2022
Keysight sees promising demand for 5G mmWave, quantum, AI/ML
US-based Keysight Technologies has offered precision measurement tools for 5G mmWave and satellite device applications, while being engaged in the development for next-generation...
Thursday 5 May 2022
Silicon Labs working closely with Taiwan foundries, OSATs
Silicon Labs, a US-based wireless SoC and MCU provider, continues to work closely with its Taiwan-based foundry and OSAT partners to improve its delivery lead times, according to...
Thursday 5 May 2022
HaiLa ultra-low-power RF technology aims to eliminate batteries in Wi-Fi-enabled IoT devices
We all live in a connected world with ubiquitous sensors and connected devices. These connected devices are often powered by batteries without direct access to a power supply, which...
Wednesday 4 May 2022
Canadian AI firm Pleora seeks partners in Taiwan to provide integrated solution for industrial automation
Canada AI company Pleora Technologies which created GigE Vision, a standard for networking cameras and processing in industrial automation projects, joined the 2022 Canada Trade Office...
Friday 29 April 2022
Rohm, Delta team up for GaN power devices
Rohm Semiconductor and Delta Electronics have entered into a strategic partnership to develop and mass produce next-generation gallium nitride (GaN) power devices, according to the...
Thursday 28 April 2022
GIS to ramp up capacitive fingerprint sensor output at new plant in 2H22
Touch display solution provider General Interface Solution (GIS) will have its new plant in Taichung, central Taiwan, come online mainly for producing capacitive fingerprint recognition...
Wednesday 27 April 2022
CleanSlate UV offers IoT sanitizers for mobile devices in healthcare
Following the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, global emphasis on hand hygiene has never been stronger. However, while people understand the need to wash their hands, many often...
Wednesday 27 April 2022
Pure-play foundries see automotive chip orders continue ramping up
Taiwan-based pure-play foundries continue to see orders for automotive semiconductors ramp up while stepping up their capacity expansion pace, according to industry sources.