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2D Membranes Become Efficient Osmotic Energy Harvesters

New renewable energy solutions are being sought to transition away from fossil fuels. While wind and solar are the most prominent solutions with the most maturation, many other solutions are emerging that can support larger renewable energy harvesting technol...

Technical Analysis | By Liam Critchley | 10-06-2024

Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride for EV Power Efficiency

Wide Bandgap Semiconductors deliver the power for EVs. Image source: Infineon  Key Takeaways about Power Semiconductors for Electric Vehicles:  Generating the energy needed by EVs isn’t without ecological consequences.  The employment of Wide Bandgap...

Insights | By Gary Elinoff | 06-06-2024

Waldom Electronics Shines at EDS Leadership Summit 2024

Waldom Electronics proudly announced its successful participation at the EDS Leadership Summit 2024, held last week in Las Vegas. As a Gold Sponsor of this prestigious event, Waldom Electronics leveraged the opportunity to connect with industry leaders, share...

In The News | By Waldom Electronics | 05-06-2024

APIs in Procurement: Overcoming Integration Challenges for Efficiency Gains

Chances are, by now, you’ve heard talk of APIs and their prevalence in our work and home lives. In a world moving more toward automation every day, the API (Application Programming Interface) serves to provide us the material we’re searching for in a cohesive...

Buyer News | By Mouser Electronics | 05-06-2024

China’s Electronics Sector Shows Strong Growth in 2024

From January to April, the added value of electronic information manufacturing industries above designated size increased by 13.6% year-on-year. This growth outpaced both the general industrial sector and the high-tech manufacturing industry by 7.3 and 5.2 per...

Buyer News | By IBS Electronics | 05-06-2024

Arm Plans AI Chips Launch in 2025 with SoftBank Backing

SoftBank's Arm is gearing up to enter the AI chip market, with plans to launch its own AI chips by next year. This move comes as the competition in the AI chip sector intensifies, with Arm aiming to develop a prototype by Spring 2025 and commence mass product...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 04-06-2024

QLEDs for Household AC: Efficient Lighting Solutions

Key Things to Know Challenges in LED Systems: Traditional LEDs face issues with energy losses and dependency on driver circuits, leading to increased costs and reduced lifespan. Promising QLED Innovations: Quantum dot LEDs (QLEDs) are being developed...

Technical Analysis | By Liam Critchley | 03-06-2024

Apple, Google, Amazon in Bidding War for Toshiba NAND Unit

With Toshiba's NAND flash memory unit going for sale, Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, and Google are reportedly among the bidders. The sale, if completed, could raise at least $9 billion for the Japanese conglomerate, marking a critical deal in the electronics ind...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 31-05-2024

Free Whitepaper: Floating Connector Technology for Engineers

Harwin has announced the availability of a technical paper that explores how engineers can implement robust floating board-to-board interconnects for high-performance data and power connectivity. This whitepaper addresses the challenges posed by high-spe...

Educational | By Jack Pollard | 31-05-2024

AI-Powered IQ Camera Enhances Driver Safety by Teletrac Navman

Despite numerous warnings from government action, posters, and public announcements, there are many drivers who still drive while tired. Recognising the dangers of tired driving, one company has developed a solution to detect tired and distracted drivers, whi...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 30-05-2024

2D Transistors Mimic Locust Brains for Collision Avoidance

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and King's College London have developed an ultra-low power 2D transistor that mimics the collision-avoidance neurons of locusts, aiming to enhance autonomous robots and vehicles. It is hoped that thi...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 30-05-2024

E-waste Full of Recyclable Metals for Clean Tech Solutions

The push for clean energy technologies is not just about innovation but also about sustainability and resource efficiency. A recent UN report sheds light on the vast amounts of valuable metals like copper, aluminium, and rare-earth minerals present in electro...

In The News | By Robin Mitchell | 28-05-2024