Xiaomi partners with DBG and BYD to boost Indian manufacturing
February 26, 2021Xiaomi, or Mi India, recently completed five years of its “Make in India” journey, where the company has been producing smartphones and smart TVs locally. Now the company is upping the pace.
Manz receives follow-up order for battery assembly system
February 24, 2021Automotive supplier TE Connectivity orders further equipment for automated assembly of cell contacting systems from Manz.
Keysight Technologies acquires Sanjole
February 24, 2021Keysight Technologies has completed the acquisition of Sanjole, a provider of solutions for protocol decoding and interoperability of 4G, 5G and other wireless technologies.
Continental invests in German-US AI chip start-up
February 23, 2021Continental has acquired a minority stake in the German-US start-up Recogni, a company working on a new chip architecture for object recognition in real time based on artificial intelligence (AI).
Northvolt to produce battery systems in Poland by 2022
February 19, 2021The 50,000 square metre factory will be established in Gdańsk, Poland, in two stages, with an initial output of 5 GWh and an estimated start of production date in 2022.
The DoD partners with GlobalFoundries to manufacture secure chips
February 16, 2021GlobalFoundries fully ITAR compliant manufacturing facility, Fab 8 in upstate New York, will produce semiconductor solutions for the nation’s most sensitive defense and aerospace applications.
Sensirion acquiring micro gas-analyzer specialist Qmicro
February 12, 2021Sensirion Holding AG completes the acquisition of Qmicro B.V. Qmicro, based in Enschede, The Netherlands, develops, manufactures, and supplies micro gas analyzers based on microelectromechanical (MEMS) gas chromatography (GC) technology.
The cost of making an iPhone – a trip down memory lane
February 11, 2021In the summer of 2007, Apple released its first iPhone. To be truthful, it turned the market on its head and rapidly climbed to the number 1 spot. Let’s look closer at six of the models and their cost of manufacturing.
AC and DC Data Acquisition Signal Chains Made Easy
February 10, 2021Sampling phenomena in analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) induce the problems of aliasing and capacitive kickback, and to solve these problems, designers use filters and driving amplifiers that introduce their own sets of challenges.
Valmet Automotive adds new jobs in Germany
February 10, 2021Valmet Automotive says it is expanding its engineering activities for e-mobility and creating new positions for engineers, technicians and various support functions in Germany.
Hydrovolt starts construction on battery recycling plant
February 03, 2021Once completed, the plant will have a capacity to process more than 8'000 tonnes of modules from car batteries each year, and also have the possibility to expand on this. Hydro and Northvolt have invested NOK 120 million (EUR 11.5 million) in the plant through the JV Hydrovolt.
No more photovoltaics production for Panasonic
February 02, 2021The Japanese manufacturer has has decided to cease the production of photovoltaic products at its factories in Malaysia and Shimane Prefecture, Japan.
Videoton subsidiary receives medical ISO
January 29, 2021VT Es Kft. is the second company within the Videoton group – after Videoton Elektro-PLAST Kft. – to obtain the ISO 13485 standard for quality management of medical devices.
Littelfuse acquires Hartland Controls
January 29, 2021The manufacturer of technologies in circuit protection, power control and sensing, announces that it has acquired Rock Falls, Illinois-based Hartland Controls.
Fauna uses AT&S manufactured PCBs
January 28, 2021Fast-growing Austrian company Fauna is using technology from regional high-tech company AT&S for its audio glasses.
Hella starts production of fuel control modules in Lithuania
January 27, 2021Hella Lithuania, which has been operating in the country for more than three years now, will start the production of a fuel control module for German cars.
TE Connectivity has sold Axicom to RCPLoad more news
January 26, 2021TE Connectivity has divested its Axicom high voltage products business division to RCP Group, an independent investment firm based in Munich.