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Technosystem, producent kontraktowy elektroniki z Piaseczna, rozbudował park maszynowy o wycinarkę laserową LPKF StencilLaser G 6080. Dzięki tej inwestycji, firma może w ramach kompleksowej usługi zapewniać klientom możemy najwyższej jakości szablony pasty cięte laserowo, wykonane na blachach Datum Alloys.

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czwartek, 25 maja 2017 11:56

Microsoft reportedly buys Israeli cybersecurity firm Hexadite

U.S. computing giant Microsoft is said to have acquired Israeli cybersecurity startup Hexadite for $100 million. The deal, if confirmed, would be the latest in a string of Microsoft acquisitions of Israeli software companies, many in the field of cybersecurity. Hexadite founded in Tel Aviv in 2014 and now headquartered in Boston, specializes in investigating cyberattacks and mitigating damage to systems by using machine learning. It can be integrated in existing firewall solutions. The company maintains an R&D center in Israel. Microsoft had earlier been reported to be negotiating a takeover of Israeli startup Cloudyn. więcej na: www.cnbc.com

czwartek, 25 maja 2017 10:03

Intel announces plans to integrate Thunderbolt 3 into future Intel CPUs

Intel is announcing that it plans to drive large-scale mainstream adoption of Thunderbolt by integrating Thunderbolt 3 into future Intel CPUs and by releasing the Thunderbolt protocol specification to the industry next year. With Thunderbolt 3 integrated into the CPU, computer makers can build thinner and lighter systems with only Thunderbolt 3 ports. For the first time, all the ports on a computer can be the same - any port can charge the system and connect to Thunderbolt devices, every display and billions of USB devices. więcej na: newsroom.intel.com

czwartek, 25 maja 2017 07:53

Micro LED to come into trial production in 2H17

A few makers engaged in R&D for micro LED display products, despite many technological bottlenecks, are expected to take the initiative to begin trial production in the second half of 2017 at the earliest, according to industry sources. Apple has been keen in the development of micro LED technology following its acquisition of LuxVue in 2014, and recent market speculations also indicate that Apple is likely to crank out a small volume of micro LED display products from its plant in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan at the end of the year. więcej na: www.digitimes.com

środa, 24 maja 2017 20:02

Samsung to start supply of new portable SSD 'T5' next week

Samsung Electronics is preparing to supply new portable solid state drive T5 running on the company’s fourth-generation 64-layer V NAND flash memory chip early next week, according to sources. The portable SSD is a compact storage device suitable for individual users. Samsung introduced a 2-terabyte portable SSD T3 based on its 48-layer V NAND last year. The size of T3 is about two thirds of a business card. It weighs about 50 grams. The device can store up to 400 full-HD movies. According to electronics parts makers, the upcoming SSD T5 is expected to be smaller and lighter than its predecessor. więcej na: www.koreaherald.com

środa, 24 maja 2017 18:01

ARM to set up JV in China

British-based ARM and China's HOPU-ARM Innovation Fund signed a memorandum of cooperation in Beijing aiming to set up a joint venture in Shenzhen and develop it into an important Chinese holding integrated circuit core intellectual property development and service platform. ARM will provide its integrated circuit design core intellectual properties, technical support and training to the new JV. The new JV will develop and sell various advanced integrated circuit design intellectual property product, covering graphics processing, artificial intelligence, and secure Internet services. więcej na: www.chinatechnews.com

środa, 24 maja 2017 15:55

China's Huawei enters PC market to take on Lenovo, HP, Dell

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei plans a global expansion into computers, it said on Tuesday, posing a fresh challenge to established PC players in a market that has suffered two years of falling sales volumes and pressure on margins. At a news conference in Berlin, the Shenzhen-based company introduced its first line-up of three personal computer models, including a 15.6-inch screen notebook, a 2-in-1 tablet and notebook hybrid and an ultra slim, metallic 13-inch notebook. Initially, Huawei plans to target the premium-priced consumer market, competing with Lenovo, HP and Dell, which together sell more than 50 percent of all PCs. więcej na: www.reuters.com

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