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Thursday, May 16, 2024

An ARM Cortex-M85 smart lock, a cybersecurity model for embedded and the latest embedded automotive news

By Nick Flaherty

ARM, Linaro tackle edge compute interoperability with ONElab

Business news | May 15, 2024

ARM and Linaro have launched a platform for interoperability testing of edge devices. ONELab will provide interoperability testing for cloud-native…

Macronix builds smart lock with secure memory and ARM Cortex-M85 microcontroller

News | May 15, 2024

Macronix has teamed its ArmorFlash secure NOR flash memory with the Renesas RA8M1 ARM Cortex-M85 microcontrollers (MCUs) to build a…

Cybersecurity threat model for embedded devices

Business news | May 15, 2024

A consortium in the US has developed a model of cybersecurity threats to embedded devices, providing a common understanding…

Semiconductor, EV shots fired in US-China trade war

Business news | May 14, 2024

The US is heating up its trade war with China with dramatically increased tariffs…

Stellantis brings Chinese EV maker Leapmotor to Europe

Business news | May 15, 2024

Stellantis has started operations for its joint venture with Chinese EV maker Leapmotor with…

Polestar taps IMSE for molded electronics

Business news | May 15, 2024

Car maker Polestar has licensed the Injection Molded Structural Electronics (IMSE) technology from TactoTek…

Renault teams for autonomous shuttle in Paris

Business news | May 15, 2024

Renault Group is teaming up with WeRide for its first demonstration of an autonomous…

Gas pump developer teams for EV charger rollout

Business news | May 14, 2024

Gilbarco Veeder-Root has formed a strategic alliance with SK Signet to co-develop an EV…

Nichia opens Innovation Centre for next generation LED lighting

Business news | May 15, 2024

LED manufacturer Nichia has opened an Automotive Innovation Centre in Aachen, Germany for next…

Omnivision expands automotive TheiaCel tech with 5MP sensor

New Products | May 15, 2024

Omnivision has developed a high–dynamic range image sensor with TheiaCel technology that mitigates LED…

Kulr completes 200Ah high energy EV battery thermal runaway tests

Business news | May 14, 2024

Kulr has completed tests on a 200 Ah high energy Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC)…

Altris expands Clarios sodium battery deal

Business news | May 13, 2024

Altris in Sweden has signed an exclusive deal with battery maker Clarios for low…

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Charting high performance solar cell tech, the Efficient Computer architecture and software defined med tech

Power news on eeNews Europe By Nick Flaherty

NREL updates solar cell efficiency chart with tandem devices

Feature articles | May 11, 2024

US energy research lab NREL has updated its cell efficiency chart to include hybrid…

CEO interview: 100x power efficiency boost for edge AI processor at Efficient

Interviews | May 10, 2024

Chip and compiler designer Efficient Computer has demonstrated its highly efficient general purpose edge…

Femtosecond laser welding boosts solar cell recycling

Technology News | May 10, 2024

Researchers in the US have used a femtosecond laser to form glass-to-glass welds to…

Wireless inductive charging for mobile robotics

Feature articles | May 10, 2024

Flexible, cost-effective and easy-to-implement robotics solutions such as autonomous mobile robots and collaborative robots…

Ambri files for bankruptcy protection, opens bids for Liquid metal battery

Business news | May 9, 2024

After a decade of development, liquid metal battery developer Ambri is filing for Chapter…

Power Integrations to buy Odyssey GaN assets to take on SiC

Business news | May 7, 2024

Power Integrations is to buy the assets of Odyssey Semiconductor Technologies, bringing vertical GaN…

Silicon capacitor has 1pH ESL for AI chips

New Products | May 6, 2024

Empower Semiconductor has developed a 16.6uF silicon capacitor for embedding into any SoC substrate…

Nexperia sees 2023 drop after Newport sale

Business news | May 6, 2024

Nexperia saw 13 percent growth in R&D in 2023 despite an 8 percent fall…



SGS, Skylo team for satellite network certification testing

Business news | May 10, 2024

SGS is to provide a certification programme for end modules and devices used for…

Dual op amp uses JFET input for audio quality

New Products | May 10, 2024

Nisshinbo Micro Devices has developed a dual channel operational amplifier with a low noise…

First Rel 16 5G small cell indoor radio

Business news | May 10, 2024

MosoLabs in the US has launched the first 5G indoor radio access point for…

lowRISC to use Real Intent tools for OpenTitan Project

Business news | May 10, 2024

Open source silicon developer lowRISC is to use EDA tools from Real Intent for…

MathWorks, Nvida team for software-defined workflows in med tech

Business news | May 10, 2024

MathWorks has developed an integration that makes Matlab available in the Nvidia Holoscan platform. This allows medical device engineers to…

Thursday, May 09, 2024

SpiNNcloud details the world's largest neuromorphic supercomputer with 10bn neurons

By Nick Flaherty at eeNews Europe

World’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer aims at 10bn neurons

Technology News | May 8, 2024

SpiNNcloud Systems in Germany is developing a neuromorphic supercomputer with up to 10bn neurons. The SpiNNaker2 system is part of…

Remote access to a Raspberry Pi

New Products | May 8, 2024

Raspberry Pi has developed a secure and easy-to-use way to access its latest boards remotely, from anywhere on the planet,…

Rapidus taps Fraunhofer for 2nm packaging tech

Technology News | May 8, 2024

Rapidus is working with Fraunhofer IZM in Germany on packaging technology to mount its 2nm gate all around (GAA) chips.

Analyst drops chip market forecast after 1Q24 “train wreck”

Business news | May 8, 2024

Malcolm Penn, founder and chief analyst with Future Horizons, has lowered his forecast for global chip market growth in 2024…

Quantum boost as cryogenic demonstrator chip tapes out

Technology News | May 8, 2024

A demonstrator chip that operates at cryogenic temperatures for quantum computers has taped out in the UK. The cryogenic chip…



Joint venture for UK scooter with solid state battery

Business news | May 7, 2024

India’s leading electric 2-wheeler maker has announced a joint venture with Pragmatic Design Solutions…

Fortescue buys UK automotive test lab

News | May 7, 2024

Australian mining giant Fortescue has announced the acquisition of a test, research and engineering…

Keysight, ETAS team on fuzz testing

Business news | May 7, 2024

Fuzz testing software from ETAS in Germany has been embedded into the Keysight Automotive…

Xiaomi extends Infineon smart EV deal

Business news | May 6, 2024

Xiaomi is extending its deal with Infineon Technologies as a key supplier in its…

Infineon plans HV microcontroller for EV BMS designs

Business news | May 3, 2024

Infineon Technologies is developing a family of High Voltage Precision Analog (HVPA) version of…

Wind River. Elektrobit team for Software-Defined Vehicles

Business news | May 1, 2024

Wind River is working with Elektrobit on key software for self-driving software-defined vehicles. The…

Ambarella, Neusoft team for driverless cars

Business news | May 1, 2024

Chinese developer Neusoft has ported its AI algorithms to Ambarella’s latest 5nm CVflow edge…

Warwick Acoustics to build flat panel speakers at Mira

Business news | May 1, 2024

Warwick Acoustics is expanding its manufacturing with a factory at the MIRA Technology Park…

Apple M4 moves to TSMC N3E

Technology News | May 7, 2024

Apple has developed a 10 core CPU with up to 28bn transistors for its…

i.MX93 DART module brings AI to rugged edge devices

New Products | May 8, 2024

Variscite has developed a System on Module (SoM) with the NXP i.MX93 processor and…

Wednesday, May 01, 2024

Coordinated Lunar Time, Qualcomm buys and the US pulls back on CHIPS Act R&D funding

By Nick Flaherty

April was the month of Embedded World, when the European industry came to Nuremberg and we had the opportunity to talk to senior executives and engineers on the latest technologies.

The roundup of our Embedded World coverage is detailed in the top articles from Embedded World – visitor update although there are still plenty of interesting articles in the pipeline. But the month started with a discussion on the need for coordinated lunar time (CLT) to provide more accurate positioning on the Moon for future missions.

Embedded World started off with detailing the latest RISC-V standards, and interviews with Sandra Rivera, CEO of Altera and Salil Raje, senior vice president and general manager of the Adaptive and Embedded Computing Group at AMD.

The latest lithography equipment for 2nm and 1.6nm processes is also starting to ship. ASML has shipped its second High NA system, and Intel has been detailing some of the work as it moves to the 14A 1.4nm process.

The downturn in the automotive business has taken its toll on one of the largest chip design houses in Europe. Sondrel in the UK has seen a change of CEO as a result of the challenges of 5nm and 3nm designs for automotive.

Embedded World saw some very interesting details, with the top articles covering he latest version of the PSoC microcontrollers designed for AI and machine learning, to the surprise acquisition of From talking about a $1bn public flotation last year, the company was sold to Qualcomm for an undisclosed sum and now makes up a key part of the toolchain for Qualcomm and Advantech.

But the most popular article of the month was the oversubscribed US CHIPS Act. The latest round of funding for R&D projects has been cancelled,  

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