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President Biden Calls for More Computer Chips thumbnail

U.S. President Joe Biden is pressing American manufacturers to close the gap in computer chip production with China and other global competitors. “We need to build the infrastructure of today, not repair the one of yesterday,” said President Biden to a group of tech, chip manufacturing and automotive executives. “China and the rest of the …

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Infinite Electronics partners with EPI Vietnam for its L-com & Pasternack Brands thumbnail

Infinite Electronics has added EPI Vietnam as a distributor covering all of Vietnam. EPI Vietnam Technologies Co., Ltd was founded in 2013 with a vision to be a market leader in electronic component distribution in Vietnam. In addition to providing access to thousands of components and assemblies, EPI offers engineering services to help its customers develop solutions from …

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Saint-Gobain and Addionics Team to Develop New EV Batteries thumbnail

Addionics’ 3D structural electrode technology can help enhance battery lifespan and capacity. (Image courtesy of Addionics.) Material developer Saint-Gobain announced that it will be partnering with Israeli tech startup Addionics to improve the capacity and performance of electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The two companies will collaborate in developing solid-state lithium-ion batteries with novel electrode components. …

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Osram AMS

AMS, who owns the majority of shares in the Munich based opto semiconductor company Osram, announces the intention to launch a public delisting tender offer for the remaining approx. 28% shares of OSRAM Licht AG which are not presently owned by ams against a cash consideration of €52.30 for each OSRAM share (the “Delisting Offer”). …

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Intel New Mexico

Intel Corporation will invest $3.5 billion to equip its New Mexico operations for the manufacturing of advanced semiconductor packaging technologies, including Foveros, Intel’s breakthrough 3D packaging technology. The multiyear investment is expected to create at least 700 high-tech jobs and 1,000 construction jobs and support an additional 3,500 jobs in the state. Planning activities begin …

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XR Optics Trains Spotlight Back on Fiber Networks thumbnail

Infinera is trialing a point-to-multipoint coherent transmission technology it calls XR Optics that the company expects will prove a significantly more efficient way to support hub-and-network networking architectures than the existing point-to-point approach. Even if XR Optics works as well as Infinera hopes, the company will still have to prevail over rivals who are developing …

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First Solar Achieves Industry's Best PV Degradation Rate thumbnail

(Image courtesy of First Solar.) First Solar, a manufacturer of thin-film cadmium telluride (CdTe) photovoltaic modules, recently announced that its latest line of thin-film panels, the Series 6 CuRe, has achieved a 0.2 percent degradation rate, the industry’s lowest. The company says that at the end of the panels’ 30-year performance warranty, they’ll still deliver …

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Qualcomm, Vodafone Team on O-RAN Reference Designs thumbnail

Qualcomm and Vodafone are to collaborate on the development of reference designs that will support the important massive MIMO capabilities of 5G Open RAN systems. The companies said the initiative would allow many more OEMs to build their own networks, potentially hugely lowering the entry barriers existing now for them to develop such high performance …

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