2017-04-27 - Sameh Boujelbene

400G set to be next Ethernet speed for data centres

The industry is making good strides to prevent a repeat of the missteps in the 40G generation.

2017-04-26 - Susan Fourtané

Apple embraces environmental best practices

In total, Apple powers today 100% of its operations in 23 countries with renewable energy and 93% of the worldwide…

2017-04-26 - Susan Fourtané

‘Greener’ Apple scores top marks

Apple has scored 83% obtaining a final Grade A in Greenpeace's Clean Energy Index, thanks to its low usage of…

2017-04-10 - ABI Research

Suppliers take a crack at defragmenting IoT landscape

The emerging IoT marketplaces facilitate supplier and buyer interactions, creating open networks that encourage innovation.

2017-04-04 - Susan Fourtané

Apple revamps rules to address child labour practices

Apple, which has stopped supply from artisanal mines, now treats cobalt in the same way as conflict minerals such as…

2017-03-07 - Hailey Lynne McKeefry

Women-led start-ups catch up in U.S. tech industry

Figures backing up women start-ups are impressive especially in the electronics and technology industry, and the acquisitions are way better.

2017-02-10 - Nexperia

Nexperia goes solo for discretes, logic and MOSFETs

With revenues of over ₹7,479.43 crore in 2016 and AECQ101-qualified products, Nexperia targets to manufacture about 85 billion devices a…

2017-02-09 - Peter Clarke

Cricket exit poised to be third strike for India

Foreign players are wooing Cricket Semiconductor to build the analog and power pure-play foundry in their region.

2017-02-09 - Peter Clarke

Why India may lose Cricket wafer fab

Dreams of building a multinational wafer fab to boost the semicon industry are gradually slipping away due to concerns over…

2017-02-01 - B. Cameron Gain

Can AI bots outwit humans in supply chain jobs?

Gains made in neural networks mean AI and machine learning are beginning to emulate human thought processes. Is AI ready…