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Qualcomm Technologies has identified physical retail as a key growth sector for its IoT chip business. The sector has been severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, it said, and requires …

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China-based IoT module maker SIMCom is offering its SIM7070 series NB-IoT device with an embedded SIM (eSIM) from German chipmaker Infineon, making the 24 mm x 24 mm SIM7070 the …

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The crucial trend in the internet-of-things (IoT) space to bring miniaturised machine learning (ML) into battery-powered edge devices is gathering pace. Chip maker Infineon Technologies has just announced a new …

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German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies is investing €1.6 billion in a new, fully automated factory for producing 300-millimeter thin wafer chips in Villach, in Austria. It has recruited German data …

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Infineon Technologies has released a new ‘trusted platform module’ (TPM) to protect data in industrial PCs, servers, industrial controllers, and edge gateways. Its new OPTIGA TPM SLM 9670 controls access …

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SEQUANS | Four new LTE-M / NB-IoT trackers for supply chain, vehicle industries French chipmaker Sequans is releasing four new IoT trackers for asset and vehicle tracking, among other use …

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Semiconductor companies Analog Devices, Bosch and Infineon argued with automotive manufacturers Daimler and Audi this week at Electronica 2018 in Munich, in Germany, about who holds the keys, and who …

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Chinese giant Alibaba told a packed-out room at Electronica 2018 in Munich, in Germany, yesterday that Europe is well placed in the emerging tech arms race against China and the …

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Vodafone Australia and Nokia clocked speeds of up to 5 Gbps and latency of 3 ms in a live public 5G trial in Sydney. Using 200 MHz of spectrum, Vodafone …

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5G and robotics research attracted the highest funding within Horizon 2020, the European Union’s largest research and innovation programme ever, in the past two years. Europe’s Digital Progress Report (EDPR) is …

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