D3 Engineering moving, expanding in NY Empire State Development (ESD), the economic development arm of New York State, has announced that D3 Engineering will move from its current location in Rochester to a new, larger location in Henrietta, New York, along the state’s northwestern border with Lake Ontario.
Seattle start-up to see battery tech investment Group14 Technologies announced it will receive USD 18 million in new financing from several leaders in the battery-industry.
MediaTek, Intel partnering on 5G technology MediaTek has announced an ongoing collaboration with Intel to bring MediaTek's new 5G modem to PCs, for deployment in key consumer and commercial laptop segments.
Sonos buys French voice tech company Snips Santa Barbara-based Sonos Inc. has acquired Snips SAS, a French company specializing in AI voice platforms for connected devices that provides private-by-design voice technology.
Perceptron, Coherix cement partnership for bead inspection Michigan industrial metrology developer Perceptron Inc. has announced a commercial partnership with fellow Great Lakes State company Coherix Inc.
Cree, ABB form partnership for SiC technology Silicon carbide technology specialist Cree and ABB’s Power Grids business have announced a partnership to jointly expand the rollout of silicon carbide for semiconductors.
Odyssey Semiconductor picks up wafer fab Ithaca, New York’s Odyssey Semiconductor Technologies, specializing in high-voltage power switching components and systems based on proprietary gallium nitride (GaN) processing technology, has acquired an integrated semiconductor design, fabrication, test, and packaging facility.
Electrolab broadens footprint in Texas Electrolab, Inc. has completed construction of additional operating and research facilities at its headquarters in Boerne, Texas.
Jolt Energy Storage lands battery storage grant Jolt Energy Storage Technologies LLC has received a USD 200,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for the development of utility-scale energy storage.
113-year old C&D Tech shutters Wisconsin plant Beginning on or after close of business on October 5, 2019, R&D Technologies Inc. will permanently close the “entire employment site” located on East Keefe Ave. in Milwaukee and separate from 158 employees.
East Penn takes on majority slice of Navitas East Penn has acquired a majority interest in Navitas Systems, a provider of larger-format lithium battery technology and systems for heavy-duty commercial/industrial as well as government/defense market segments.
OnRobot opens first U.S. office for R&D OnRobot, manufacturer of end-of-arm tooling for collaborative robot applications, has opened its first dedicated R&D center in Culver City.
Eaton, KPIT forge alliance to develop next-gen technologies Power management company Eaton has chosen global tech company KPIT to support its development of next-generation electrified mobility technologies for its eMobility business unit.
Synopsys to Acquire QTronic GmbH Silicon Valley-based Synopsys has signed a definitive agreement to acquire German automotive software and systems developer QTronic GmbH.
LocatorX taps NoiseFigure Research for mini atomic clock chip design LocatorX has selected NoiseFigure Research, an ultra-high-speed digital circuit design firm to develop the MEMS magnetic actuator for LocatorX's solid state miniature atomic clock.
Rockwell Automation EV Innovation Center opens in Silicon Valley Rockwell Automation has opened a new EV Innovation Center San Jose, within its Information Solutions development facility.
Is Tesla moving into mining? During an annual shareholder meeting Tuesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk remarked that mining may be in the company’s future.
Smith’s Asian hub reaches TAPA FSR Level A certification Smith, a global distributor of electronic components and semiconductors has achieved certification to the TAPA FSR Level A standard at its warehouse in Hong Kong.
New Virginia headquarters for BMZ USA Germany-based BMZ Group unveiled the new headquarters of its American subsidiary BMZ USA last week in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Shipco Circuits is changing how PCB embedded components are brought to high-speed signalling market Ireland based EMS provider Shipco Circuits Ltd. www.ship.ie has brought a robust method for embedding discrete components inside PCBs to market.Load more news
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