Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the world's leading university-research consortium for semiconductors and related technologies, today announced its awards recognizing outstanding professors in SRC-supported, chip-related research and education for 2012.
Altairnano today announced it had signed an agreement with Shenhua Science & Technology and its research affiliate, the National Institute of Clean and Low-carbon Energy, to jointly develop, deploy and promote industrial applications of lithium titanate-based energy storage systems in China.
The system is based on Tecan's Freedom EVO liquid handling technology and the Siloam Biosciences' OptiMax microplate. It offers rapid, sensitive and specific chemifluorescence-based ELISA procedures using exceedingly small sample volumes.
Kalray, a fabless semiconductor and software company that has developed a new generation of multicore processors for embedded applications, is announcing the availability of first samples of its 28nm MPPA-256 processor.
Raymor Industries, Inc. and NanoIntegris Technologies, Inc. have completed a business combination to integrate Raymor's single-walled carbon nanotube growth company with the carbon nanotube purification and separation business of NanoIntegris.
On April 24th, 2009, the Georgia Institute of Technology dedicated the new Marcus Nanotechnology Building. This signature facility embodies Georgia Tech's dedication to improving the human condition through advanced science and engineering. In support of this mission, ClassOne Equipment, a leading supplier of high quality refurbished equipment to the semiconductor, MEMS, LED, wireless, and emerging technology markets, has made a significant contribution of key process equipment.
SMT, the well known electronics parts distributor, will begin SigNatureŽ DNA marking components that leave its facility. The botanical SigNature DNA mark is designed to provide customers with the assurance that its parts were sourced at a known and respected distributor.
Cadence today announced that the first products in the Cadence DDR4 SDRAM PHY and memory controller design intellectual property (IP) family have been proven in silicon on TSMC's 28HPM and 28HP process technologies.