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A Heidelberg, Germany, based lab specializing in printed and organic electronics has demonstrated a smart mattress cover which will help hospitals and care homes to…
The impact COVID-19 had in 2020 will have lasting effects on the global economy and the technology that increasingly enables it. Daniel Cooley, CSO at Silicon Labs, shares three key areas that will drive the semiconductor industry in a post-COVID environment…
KMC Systems Inc. isn’t just surviving the Covid-19 pandemic — it’s thriving. The medical equipment it manufactures is, of course, in critical demand. But the proximity of KMC’s suppliers – 90 percent are within 200 miles of the Merrimack, NH, electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider — enables it to fulfill surging orders. The supply chain’s…
Vishay’s automotive-grade, miniature aluminum capacitors save board space and offer a long useful life of 6,000 hours at 125°C.
XP Power has launched a new series of 500-W Class II safety AC/DC power supplies for medical devices including BF applications.
Researchers have developed a unique technique to transfer power to a medically-implanted device.
Telink Semiconductor has introduced a new connectivity system on chip (SoC) for hearables, wearables and high-performance internet of things (IoT) that uses a RISC-V P-extension…
At its GTC Conference this week, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang will unveil everything from its lowest-priced dev kit to a new supercomputer
Vincent Roche said last May Analog Devices Inc. had “tailwinds” at its back. He might have been subtly referring to the proposed acquisition of Maxim. But ADI is likely to start looking even farther out, by putting this deal behind it.
Amphenol, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of interconnect products, has created a series of 20-minute online classes that explore solutions in and around the medical IoT and healthcare application space. From the company’s description of this series: Amphenol has a broad range of interconnect solutions for medical applications, include I/O connectors with sealed interfaces, […]
In a recent installment of EETimes on Air, Brian Santo – EE Times Editor in Chief – spoke with Adesto Technologies’ director of product marketing, Paul Hill, about how medical devices have improved thanks to advancements made in monitoring, diagnostics, and others. For those unfamiliar with Adesto, the company makes ICs for embedded systems, including […]