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ST’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Hard to believe it’s been a year since the inaugural ST holiday-season gift guide, but the falling snow in New England is a reminder that the holiday and global gift-giving season is upon us. It seems an especially good time to…
Breaking Moore’s Law

Keith Odom, R&D Fellow, National Instruments Much has been published recently on the death of Moore’s law. Though the more than 50-year-old observation is facing health challenges again, don’t start digging the grave for the semiconductor and electronics market. Gordon…
Energy conservation-addressing the real issue

Energy conservation-addressing the real issue Energy conservation is a crucial part of energy planning and management. A comprehensive conservation program ensures power wastage is kept at bare minimum so that this precious resource is available for future. With a population…
Evolving To Car 3.0

Only companies that innovate and deliver a full stack will succeed in evolving the digital car in the coming era. By: Padmasree Warrior CEO, NIO, U.S. Over the past two decades, technology has profoundly impacted our lives, no matter where we live or…
GaN Power Devices: Potential, Benefits, and Keys to Successful Use

By Bill Schweber for Mouser Electronics For well over a decade, industry experts and analysts have been predicting that viable power-switching devices based on gallium nitride (GaN) technology were “just around the corner.” These GaN-based switches would offer greater efficiency, power handling,…
Six trends set to disrupt global telecoms next year

The global telecoms industry is going through a state of flux. New technologies are disrupting the traditional players, and new competition is emerging. To a large extent, says Sanjay Krishnaa, SVP Communications & president of Asia Pacific Region, Cyient, telecoms operators have not yet…