2016-08-11 - Allegro Microsystems

Buck/boost controller delivers up to 36V input range

The A4450 features high-voltage battery compatible enable input to accommodate for switched battery input applications.

2016-08-10 - Graham Prophet

Sulphur-resistant resistors prevent automotive app failure

The sulphuration-resistant construction of Rohm's chip resistors contributes to their long-term reliability.

2016-08-05 - Junko Yoshida

Jeep hack reveals hole in auto security

Security experts have injected rogue messages into a vehicle’s CAN bus, resulting in a full-speed attack on the Jeep’s steering…

2016-08-05 - Peter Clarke

TDK to buy Tronics to broaden sensor portfolio

Japan's TDK Corp. has placed a Rs.368.93 crore ($55 million) bid to buy MEMS manufacturer Tronics Microsystems.

2016-08-03 - Nick Flaherty

Flow cells for cars eliminate need for battery charging

Batteries in electric vehicle could be recharged via electrolyte rather than electricity, says a Swiss start-up.

2016-08-01 - University of Utah, University of Minnesota

Oxide combo boosts power semi performance

Gallium nitride is often used for transistors in power supplies, but that has been explored for many years and likely…

2016-07-28 - Nick Flaherty

Intersil: Banking on deep history in power for growth

Multiphase technology has proven key for areas like automotive power and data centre, and the results of previous investments are…

2016-07-28 - Nick Flaherty

On Intersil’s data centre innovation

Multiphase technology has proven key for areas like automotive power and data centre, and the results of previous investments are…

2016-07-22 - Christoph Hammerschmidt

Semi-automated ‘city bus of the future’ hits the road

The bus manoeuvres automatically, recognising obstacles, vehicles and pedestrians on the track and slows down accordingly, if necessary to a…

2016-07-20 - Gary Hilson

Low-pin DRAM targets automotive, IoT memory needs

The 64Mb HyperRAM is designed to serve as an expanded scratchpad memory for high-resolution graphics of data-intensive firmware algorithms.