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JAE recognises TTI as EMEA’s fastest growing distributor of the year

Connector and cable manufacturer, Japan Aviation Electronics (JAE) has awarded TTI its EMEA Fastest Growing Distributor 2020 award. The award is in recognition of the distributor’s “2020 outstanding performance across EMEA” with design-in activities, which have resulted in “exceptional growth” for JAE. The distributor stocks JAE products for factory automation, robotics, test and measurement, e-mobility, mobile ...

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DVCon Europe 2021 announces extra keynotes and a VR format

The Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition (DVCon Europe) takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday 26-27 October and SystemC Evolution Day will be Thursday 28 October. The event, sponsored by Accellera Systems Initiative, the EDA standard organisation, will be a 3D VR environment. Avatars will mingle in a virtual conference centre, with tantalising glimpses of ...

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New Yorker Electronics acquires Omni Pro Electronics

Pursuing a growth by acquisition strategy, New Yorker Electronics, has announced the acquisition of Texas-based electronic component distributor, Omni Pro Electronics. “The purchase of Omni Pro is an integral component of our aggressive acquisition plan,” said Barry Slivka, president of New Yorker Electronics. The company is actively identifying companies that fit its acquisition model, he added. ...

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Farnell stocks Advanced Energy’s Excelys low voltage power supplies

The modular and configurable power supplies are designed for integration into mission-critical systems. Among the range available for fast delivery from Farnell are the UltiMod series of UX4 and UX6 AC-DC modular power supplies. They have up to 91% efficiency and low acoustic noise. The UX4 delivers up to 600W and can be populated with up ...

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Security software protects at pre-silicon stage

Pre-silicon security verification during the chip design stage can avoid time-consuming analysis and correction of security vulnerabilities for a manufactured device. It can also avoid potential re-spins and production delays, says FortifyIQ. The company has developed two software suites  which simulate some of the ‘popular’ methods of cyberattack. SideChannel Studio simulates side-channel attacks whereby cyber criminals measure ...

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Power integrity software provides full chip analysis

Believed to be the first electromigration/voltage drop (EM/IR) tool for both analogue and digital methodologies, mPower has been released by Siemens Digital Industries. The tool marks Siemens’ entry into the IC power analysis market, capable of power integrity analysis for analogue, digital and mixed-signal IC designs. It is also scalable and uses industry standard inputs ...

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Farnell ships Arduino Nano and Raspberry Pi Pico development boards

The recently released Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect and Raspberry Pi Pico development boards are available from stock at Farnell. They are designed to accelerate development time and time-to-market. They are also competitively priced for deployment in production systems, adds Farnell. The new-to-market Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect and Raspberry Pi Pico provide differentiated development platforms for ...

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Anglia Unicorn connects dots for tech start ups

Anglia Components has broken ranks with other distributors targeting the UK’s start-ups and entrepreneurs and has launched a dedicated division, Anglia Unicorn, to put academic start-ups in touch with financial seeders and both in touch with skilled engineers who can make the vision a reality. Named after the mythical creature which eludes capture, a Unicorn ...

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Positive update for the semiconductor industry

As the world’s economies emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, showing good growth and strong support from governments, the semiconductor industry is forecast to an annual growth of 22-25.5% in 2021. Future Horizons forecast a growth of 24.5%, for a total market value of $546.65bn, in its Mid-Term Semiconductor Industry Update. For next year, there remains ...

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Teflon high film capacitors can tolerate up to 150°C without derating

Two high temperature film capacitors by Electrocube can be used in high temperature applications. The 433D and 463D foil capacitors are manufactured using Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE or Teflon) for extreme heat protection. The 433D series is Teflon and foil and the 463D series is metallised Teflon. The capacitors are available from New Yorker Electronics. The capacitors are ...

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