Yamaichi Electronics, a market leader for Test & Burn-In sockets and connectors, has launched a new 0.5 mm pitch high-speed transmission FPC connector catering to several markets like industry, automotive, and data networking. It has a compact design, carries direct locking feature, and can transmit up to 20 Gbps. With the standard FPCs, the system can transmit only up to 10 Gbps but Yamaichi’s original FPC called TFLEX enables a high-speed transmission of up to 20 Gbps. The internal connection can be provided as a whole package containing cable and connector, as per customers’ demands.
Tektronix, a leading provider of measurement solutions, is going to showcase the latest in optical test innovation for data center networking at ECOC 2017. This event is the largest optical communications exhibition in Europe, whereby more than 300 companies from 80 countries will help over 5,000 attendees to meet the demand for more bandwidth and increased data center performance. ECOC Exhibitions is the key meeting place for decision makers from across the fiber optic communications technology industry. The exhibition will take place between 18th to 20th September at Gothenburg in Sweden. Tektronix is very excited to host industry experts from leading research and commercial companies to discuss the trends and opportunities for emerging optical communications design.
Seiko Epson Corporation and SEGGER Microcontroller have announced that SEGGER will add support to emWin embedded GUI tool library for Epson’s simple LCD controller series including the S1D13L01, S1D13L02, and S1D13L04. emWin has been designed to offer an efficient, processor- and display a controller-independent graphical user interface (GUI) for any application with a graphical display. As users demand high-quality interfaces, emWin allows development teams to generate clean graphics for user interfaces. The interface is compatible with both single-task as well as multitask environments with a proprietary operating system or any commercial RTOS and is shipped as “C” source code.
Microsemi Corporation, a leading provider of semiconductor solutions, has recently updated the TimeProvider 5000 IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) grandmaster clock. This is to support Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and multi-Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) constellation to ensure better reception and higher security in a wide variety of telecommunications network applications. More and more global operators are now looking at solutions like Micrsoemi’s enhanced TimeProvider 5000. This is because the device features multiple constellations in accordance with the directives in certain countries to remove their sole dependency on GPS. Moreover, the GLONASS and Galileo constellations make the system more robust and secure to certain GNSS vulnerabilities.
CUI’s Thermal Management Group has announced to expand its existing portfolio of Peltier devices and dc fans by adding a heat sink product line. The new line of aluminum heat sinks is available in both extruded and stamped versions. The range is compatible with TO-218, TO-220, TO-252, and TO-263 transistor packages. These have been designed to improve the heat dissipation of low and high power board level applications. These stampings and extrusions are conveniently measured under 4 conditions for thermal resistance. This facilitates an easy selection of the optimal heat sink for natural convection or forced air cooling systems.
Microsemi Corporation, a leading provider of semiconductor solutions, today announced its AcuEdge Development Kit for Amazon Alexa Voice Service (AVS). The kit delivers enhanced audio processing to improve voice recognition rates in adverse audio environments for emerging human to machine (H2M) applications in the IoT, IIoT, and automated assistance markets. This kit allows third-party developers and original design manufacturers (ODMs) to evaluate and incorporate Alexa functionality in H2M applications while interfacing with Microsemi Timberwolf ZL38063 multi-mic audio processor.
Fujitsu Limited and Oracle have launched a new lineup of enterprise servers, Fujitsu SPARC M12, which is now globally available. The SPARC M12 features Fujitsu’s new SPARC64 XII processor and delivers world’s highest per CPU core performance in arithmetic processing. The new lineup also offers improvements over a wide range of database workloads including mission-critical systems on premises and big data processing in the cloud. The new servers are offered with two models namely- Fujitsu SPARC M12-2 server and Fujitsu SPARC M12-2S server. These integrate the vibrant SPARC technology ecosystem with Oracle’s SPARC systems thus leverage the unique security and scalability features of the Oracle Solaris operating system along with the versatility of Oracle VM Server for SPARC virtualization software.
Intersil has filled out its 12V synchronous buck regulator portfolio with the announcement of 5 new members of the ISL850xx family. The new buck regulators step down 12V rails to point-of-load inputs (as low as 0.6V) for MCUs, FPGAs, memory, and peripheral I/Os. The new additions to the range include ISL85014, ISL85012, ISL85009, ISL85005A, and ISL85005. These deliver a continuous output current of 14A, 12A, 9A, and 5A, respectively, to telecom, test and measurement, server and storage networking equipment, as well as, industrial computers and programmable logic controllers. The ISL850xx regulators support input voltage of 3.8V to 18V and wide output current range.