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Tuesday, March 29, 2022

GaN charger fits into smart sockets ... VC launches its own custom AI chip business ... Meta's European subsea cable ... £1.6bn plan for UK EV chargers

News this week by Nick Flaherty www.flaherty.co.uk


Silanna Semiconductor is working with Dutch smart socket specialist Smarter Living on the world’s smallest 65W GaN charger that fits in a European power socket


The UK government has unveiled a £1.6bn plan to increase the number of public electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints to 300,000…


A venture capital group in the US has launched its own ASIC design business to develop AI chips 


Facebook-owner Meta has completed its first subsea data cable using an aluminium conductor rather than copper in the Havingsten subsea cable…


UK startup Cambridge GaN Devices (CGD) is showing its first integrated power products …


Rohm has developed a new power supply technology that improves the load transient response…


Nvidia has launched a platform for creating scientific digital twins that accelerates physics machine-learning for farms of wind turbines …



STMicroelectronics has launched its first 50W GaN flyback converter using quasi resonant zero voltage switching …



Microchip has launched a range of high voltage 3.3kV silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs …

Arduino launches nine core module for edge AI

Monday, March 14, 2022

Graphcore's power figures .... driverless cars lose steering wheels ... quantum computers for digital twins

By Nick Flaherty www.flaherty.co.uk





The QSolid project is aiming to develop three quantum computers for data centre applications, including how to use them for digital twins



The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the US has issued a historic rule that allows autonomous vehicles without steering wheels…




Startup Space Forge is aiming to launch the first satellite from the UK later this year with a microgravity factory



Graphcore has detailed the power consumption of its latest AI processor, built with the wafer-on-wafer Bow IPU