NEC Corporation is driving expansion of All Optical Networks with the introduction of its "SpectralWave WX Series," a lineup of open specifications-compliant, open optical transport products. The lineup is built based on standards defined by Open ROADM and Telecom Infra Project's (TIP) Phoenix initiative.
Arrow Electronics has announced a collaboration with The Things Industries, a LoRaWAN solutions provider, under which the two organisations will provide LoRaWAN-enabled device design solutions. The combined offering will help companies reduce time-to-market for LoRaWAN-based products.
The RECOM RPX DC/DC converters in QFN housings are now also available as '-Q' variants which meet the strict requirements of the automotive industry according to AEC-Q100 Grade 1. Optionally, the can also be equipped with 'wettable flanks' for automated optical inspection (AOI).
U-blox, a leading global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies and services, has released a new firmware update which extends the range of positioning augmentation services supported by its ZED-F9R high precision GNSS (global navigation satellite system) dead reckoning modules.
The European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC) is the continent’s largest event in the field and one of the most prestigious and traditional events on optical communications worldwide. Attracting scientists, engineers, and researchers from across the world, the event sees top universities and the world’s biggest and most influential companies present their astonishing breakthroughs.
The ALEXA 35, ARRI’s newest digital cinema camera, boasts onsemi’s latest CMOS sensor technology to produce industry-leading image quality at a native 4.6K and 120 fps. onsemi, a leader in intelligent power and sensing technologies, today announced it developed the customized high-end CMOS sensor for ARRI’s ALEXA 35 camera.