0.39 inch colour AMOLED panel delivers XGA at 1000cd/m2

Aimed at viewfinders and wearables, the unit provides an XGA resolution of 1024x768 pixels, with 24-bit colour depth and a luminance up to 1000cd/m2. The OLED module integrates both a panel driver and a logic driver to achieve a small and flexible light weight display solution. Response time is in the order of 1 microsecond. The EX334XC comes with a power saving mode, and scanning can be selected from all four directions (top/bottom/right/left). The units, with both sub-LVDS and 120p-LVDS interfaces, can be easily integrated into OEM devices.

Bosch tops two of five pressure sensor rankings

Bosch is likely to continue to prosper as automotive and industrial applications will drive the global MEMS pressure sensor market over the next several years, according to the market research firm's data.

The market for MEMS pressure sensors will increase from about $1.6 billion in 2017 to just over $2.0 billion in 2023, experiencing a compound annual growth rate of about 4 percent over the period, Yole said.

SoftBank confirms sell-off of ARM China stake

The move had been previously reported (see Report: Control of ARM's China business passes to JV) and was thought to include China Investment Corp:, Silk Road Fund, Singapore's Temasak Holdings, ARM, Hopu Investment Management and Shum Yip Group.

Infineon eclipses ST in industrial chip vendor ranking

Analog Devices jumped from fifth place to second with sales in 2017 of about $2.8 billion but was still a way behind market leader Texas Instruments with annual sales in excess of $5 billion. The acquisition by ADI boosted market shares in multiple markets including factory automation, military aerospace, video surveillance, test and measurement, medical, and power and energy applications.

WSTS raises chip market forecast for 2018

The numbers - a total market of $463 billion in 2018 and $484 billion in 2019 - were agreed at the Spring 2018 forecast meeting, held May 22 to 24, 2018.

WSTS projects year-to-year increases across all regional markets for 2018: the Americas (14.0 percent), Europe (13.4 percent), Asia Pacific (including China) (12.3 percent), and Japan (8.6 percent). The growth also reflects extraordinary growth in the memory sales category at 26.5 percent year-on-year followed by the analog ICs category at 9.5 percent.

Chip market maintained strong growth in April

In April, the global chip market recorded its twenty-first consecutive month of year-on-year growth with a three-month average sales figure of $37.59 billion. The Americas region continues to show strongest growth with three-month averaged sales figures for April up 34.1 percent on the equivalent averaged figure for April 2017.

The year-on-year growth rate in China, Europe and Japan strengthened to and 22.1, 21.4 and 14.6 percent respectively. The year-on-year growth rate in Asia-Pacific excluding Japan and China softened to 10.2 percent.

TSMC's May sales show continued strength

Revenues were approximately NT$72.80 billion (about $2.44 billion), a decrease of 1.1 percent from April 2018 and an increase of 11.2 percent from April 2017. Revenues for January through May 2018 totalled NT$410,917 billion (about $13.77 billion), an increase of 13.0 percent compared to the first five months in 2017.

Israel startup funded to develop deep learning processor

Investors include: Ourcrowd.com, Maniv Mobility, the Drive accelerator fund: Next Gear; as well as angel investors, Hailo Chairman Zohar Zisapel and Delek Motors CEO Gil Agmon. This latest funding round brings the total raised to date by the Tel Aviv-based company to $16 million.

The company, founded early in 2017, is the latest of scores of startups pursuing machine learning hardware but claims to have a revolutionary processor architecture to accelerate neural network processing. 

Molex MUO 2.5 Termination Connectors

Replaces closed-end terminals efficiently as a grounding solution and reduce harness assembly lead time.

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