Tackling the growing e-waste problem and the ecological damage that this is causing, Infineon has contributed to Framework Computer’s efforts to produce an upgradeable and repairable laptop computer.
This year’s Embedded World (9th to 11th April, Nuremberg) will see SECO outline it plans to help customers achieve their digitalisation objectives. The company’s stand (#1-320 Hall 1) will showcase a diverse array of different innovations.
Large-scale Japanese embedded hardware manufacturer Renesas has confirmed that it plans to acquire San Diego headquartered PCB design software tool specialist Altium - with a total transactional value of $5.9 billion reported to be involved.
NeoCortec is set to participate in the Light + Building tradeshow soon (3rd to 8th March, Frankfurt).
VIAVI will be using this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), which takes place between the 26th and 29th February, to illustrate the numerous capabilities of its NITRO Wireless and NITRO AIOps platforms.
Advanced antenna technology specialist AntennaWare is set to host a webinar soon.
This year’s Embedded World (9th to 11th April, Nuremberg) will see Perforce Software providing visitors to its stand (4-510) with details of how it can offer comprehensive support to engineers undertaking embedded system development work using the MISRA C++:2023 coding standard.
As part of the UK government’s large-scale National Semiconductor Strategy investment, 2 new research facilitates are to be established in the tech-oriented cities of Southampton and Bristol.
It’s not that long until this year’s APEC gets underway (25th to 29th February, Long Beach, California) - and Infineon will be among the power semiconductor heavyweights to have a major presence there.