Mobix Labs buys assets and IP of Cosemi

 Mobix Labs, the RF specialist, has bought the assets and IP of optical connectivity company Cosemi Technologies. Cosemi’s IP and patent portfolio include a range of hybrid active optical cables (AOCs), optical transceivers and optical engines.  “Our combination joins together the disruptive technologies of two pioneering companies into one ultra-low latency solution we are calling True Xero that bridges the ...

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£1.2m on offer for de-risking space collisions

The UK Space Agency has announced a £1.2 million fund and invites UK companies and research organisations to bid for a share to develop technologies or data processing capabilities to reduce the risk of space collisions. There are currently around 3,000 working satellites in orbit, and an estimated 130 million other pieces of debris, including ...

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ESA, NASA combine efforts on understanding climate change

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Nasa will be making joint best efforts to help study climate change, they announced after formalising a partnership in this area. They say they will be working together to ensure that data from Earth-observing satellites are used to their best advantage, through the monitoring of the Earth and its ...

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Infineon and IDEX present reference design for biometric smartcards

Infineon and IDEX Biometrics have announced a reference design for biometric smart card architecture. The reference design leverages the combination of Infineon’s  SLC38BML800 security controller with additional GPIO-interfaces and IDEX’s TrustedBio product. The design integrates the fingerprint sensor, the secure element, power management and communications to reduce the complexity of card manufacturing. “This new design ...

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