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Inkron Invests in Augmented Reality Components Development Infrastructure

Inkron, a Nagase Group Company, the global leader of siloxane-based, optically clear Nano-Imprint Lithography (NIL) materials, makes a strategic investment in NIL materials and components development infrastructure. The investment will significantly accelerate Inkron’s development of high-performance optical materials needed in critical components of augmented reality (AR) glasses, 3D sensors and other diffractive optical elements (DOE). Inkron’s ability to provide its customers with customized optical NIL materials with fast turnaround time and enhanced performance shall be significantly improved with this investment. Now Inkron can also provide component prototyping and small series manufacturing services for its customers.


Applied Materials Puts Spotlight on Sustainable AI at the 50th Annual SEMICON West

Presented by Applied Materials: The Honorable Al Gore in Conversation with Heather Clancy of GreenBiz.com

Applied Materials CEO Gary Dickerson on Sustainable AI
Bending the Climate Curve: Enabling Sustainable Growth of Big Data, AI and Cloud Computing with Experts from Arm, Google, Intel, Microsoft, UC Santa Barbara, VMware and Applied Materials

Qioptiq builds new production building in Göttingen

On 18 May 2020, Qioptiq symbolically broke the ground for the start of construction work on a new production building in the Science Park business park in Göttingen. The expansion of the production capacities of the photonics specialist, a subsidiary of Excelitas Technologies, has an investment volume of around 25 million euros. A production hall is being built on an area initially measuring approx. 18,000 m², which will house new state-of-the-art clean rooms (class ISO5) and associated production-related office workplaces as well as the necessary logistics infrastructure. The building will have an effective area of approx. 6700 m², of which approx. 1500 m² will be clean room areas. According to the current planning status, the building should be ready for occupancy in July 2021. After commissioning, approx. 100 employees will start work there.

Applied Materials Announces 2019 Supplier Excellence Awards

Applied Materials, Inc. today announced that 11 companies have received Supplier Excellence Awards for their contributions to Applied’s business over the past year. The awards reflect outstanding technical and operational performance in several areas including quality, service, lead time, delivery, cost and sustainability.

Epson Accepting Orders for Samples of New Scaler IC for In-Vehicle Systems

Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") has developed and begun accepting orders for samples of the S2D13V52, a scaler IC for in-vehicle systems that upscales or downscales image data streamed from a host and outputs it on a display. Epson plans to produce 100,000 of the new chips per month.

TE Connectivity presents innovative solutions for the industry at SPS 2019

TE Connectivity (TE), a leading global supplier of connectivity technology and sensor solutions, will once again be exhibiting at this year's SPS, which will take place from 26 to 28 November in Nuremberg. The focus of the trade fair presence (Hall 10, Stand 440) will be on the company's expertise in four application areas: control cabinets, servo drives, servo motors and robotics.

Applied’s New Materials Engineering Technology Accelerator is Open for Collaboration

State-of-the-art R&D facility provides Applied Materials customers and ecosystem partners with unique capabilities to pioneer breakthrough technologies

The META Center is a state-of-the art R&D facility aimed at speeding the commercialization of new technologies for the AI Era.

Epson Shipping Samples of New 16-Bit Flash Microcontroller

S1C17M40 supports products from home appliance remote controllers to compact factory automation devices, including those requiring 5V operation
Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") has begun shipping samples of the newly developed S1C17M40, a low-power microcontroller with 16-bits of embedded flash memory. This microcontroller unit (MCU) is ideal for remote controlled home appliances such as air conditioners and for small factory automation devices such as time switches and counters. The company plans to produce 200,000 units per month.


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