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Lockheed Martin is partnering with U.S. tech companies that include chipmakers Intel and Nvidia as part of a plan to securely link defense systems. The post Lockheed Counts on Intel, Nvidia to Connect Defense Systems appeared first on EETimes.
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Western Digital's latest SSDs and HDDs aim to assist customers of all sizes grapple with exponential data growth in the cloud. The post Western Digital SSDs, HDDs Tackle Cloud Challenges appeared first on EETimes.
Salience Labs, spun out of the Universities of Oxford and Münster, has raised $11.5 million The post British Photonic Computing Startup Raises Seed Round appeared first on EETimes.
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The EU's latest legislative draft for ADS provides guidance for performance, with an extensive focus on functional and operational safety of AVs. The post EU Releases ADS Legislation Draft appeared first on EETimes.
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In an attempt to resupply critical U.S.–made semiconductors for national security systems, GF announced a $117 million partnership with the U.S. DoD. The post GF, DoD Announce $117 Partnership to Secure U.S.-Made Critical Chips appeared first on EETimes.
India's ISMC consortium plans to invest $3 billion in the nation's first 65–nm analog chip fab in the southwestern state of Karnataka. The post India Prepares to Build Nation’s First Chip Fab appeared first on EETimes.
Elon Musk fanatics are hyped over Tesla's likely imaginary model Pi smartphone. Nonetheless, there are plenty out–of–this–world communications projects that are underway today. The post Tesla’s Pi in the Sky? appeared first on EETimes.
The new 5G RedCap (also known as NR–Lite) standard is going to be hugely important for non–handset applications. The post Developing 5G Modems in Non-Handset Applications appeared first on EETimes.
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The immersion of users residing in the metaverse requires the combination of physical hardware and software contents of AR/VR to produce a feeling of real engagement with the simulated world. Through years of experience-vision study in PixArt, the Optical Finger...
A new approach to using the phase change of salts offers another energy storage option, but there are many “ifs.” The post Molten Salt for Energy Storage Gets Another Chance, Maybe appeared first on EETimes.