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TTElectronics and Radwave partner on EM tracking platform

TT Electronics has partnered with Radwave Technologies to help bring a customisable electromagnetic (EM) tracking platform to the surgical navigation market. This technology offers solutions for medical device innovators who are seeking to add new or improved EM capabilities to their medical devices. The complete navigation system can be customised to accurately track a broad spectrum ...

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B-Secur launches ECG/EKG device

B-Secur, the Northern Ireland biometric startup, has launched an electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) device based on TI’s AFE4950 analogue front end for photoplethysmography (PPG) and ECG/EKG sensing. B-Secur says the device will accelerate the design of next-generation consumer wearables. The company claims that the device is the industry’s first product with a fully integrated ECG/EKG and PPG signal chain that ...

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Emerging memories forecast to be a $44bn market in 2031

Emerging memory types could become a $44 billion market by 2031 displacing NOR flash, SRAM and DRAM, forecasts a report from Coughlin Associates and Objective Analysis. Memory makers, designers and users of SoCs are already incorporating new NVMs into leading-edge designs and emerging memory types could replace both standalone memory chips and embedded memories within ...

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Auto chip shortage has bottomed out, says Hyundai exec

Hyundai says the chip supply shortage has bottomed out and will improve from now on, reports the Nikkei. “We expect it will get better gradually from the third quarter, although some chips will do so from the fourth quarter,” says a Hyundai exec, “we already ordered chips for 2021 and 2022.” Hyundai says it will ...

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Graphcore IPU integrated into Atos’ ThinkAI offering

Atos and Graphcore have signed a partnership to accelerate performance and innovation in AI by integrating Graphcore’s IPU compute systems into Atos’ recently launched ThinkAI offering. This partnership will mutually benefit both parties. Atos’ long-standing position as a European leader in HPC and trusted advisor, provider and integrator of HPC solutions at scale will give ...

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Government announces Innovation Strategy

Today, the government is to announce its Innovation Strategy. The main points are: . increase annual public investment on RD to a record £22 billion; . ensure government procurement is proactive and supportive, providing a route to market for innovative new products and services. . consult on how regulation can ensure that the UK is ...

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Worldwide recovery kicks in

The recovery in electronics production varies from country to country and the chart below shows the change versus a year ago in electronics production in key Asian countries, reports Semiconductor Intelligence. China was averaging about 10% growth prior to the pandemic. After a sharp drop in early 2020, China recovered to about 10% growth. June ...

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US FTC agrees to pursue right to repair

The US FTC has issued a statement saying it is taking steps towards implementing a right to repair policy. ‘First, the Commission urges the public to submit complaints and provide other information to aid in greater enforcement of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and its implementing regulations. While current law does not provide for civil penalties ...

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Honeywell and Cambridge Quantum inch further towards quantum computing

Honeywell and Cambridge Quantum have made three advances which suggest that quantum computing is closer than expected. First, researchers at Honeywell Quantum Solutions demonstrated repeated rounds of real-time quantum error correction (QEC). Secondly, the company achieved a quantum volume of 1,024 which was the highest measured on a quantum computer to date. Thirdly, Cambridge Quantum ...

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ReRAMs can be used as PUFs

Crossbar, the ReRAM specialist, says its devices can be used as a physical unclonable function (PUF) in order to generate cryptographic keys in secure computing applications. While historically utilized as non-volatile semiconductor memory, CrossBar’s ReRAM technology in now being introduced for use in hardware security applications utilising its ReRAM based cryptographic PUF keys, enabling a ...

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