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11|25|2014 SEATTLE -- Microchip has introduced a new family of 16-bit digital signal controllers (DSCs) for motor control in harsh electrical environments. Targeting ...

11|25|2014 MADISON, Wis. — In pursuing the growing Internet of Things market, NXP Semiconductors has picked up a key technology piece that was conspicuously absent ...

11|25|2014 OSAKA, Japan — The emerging sensor-fusion controller market for smartphones and wearable devices is about to meet a new competitor -- this time out of left ...

11|21|2014 OSAKA, Japan -- Most engineers in the US don’t know Megachips. Never heard of it. Even over here, only a few cognoscenti in the Japanese electronics ...

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11|20|2014 MUNICH — IC Insights compared the six most significant end-user markets for integrated circuits. These are the computer, consumer, communications, ...

11|19|2014 SANTA CLARA, Calif. — An engineer from Jaguar Land Rover sketched out the guts of its latest cars and gave a sneak peek at plans for future ones in a ...

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