Qualcomm may soon launch Apple’s next M-series chips competitor
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Merger and Acquisition Semtech Corporation completes acquisition of Sierra Wireless The transaction represents a total enterprise value of approximately USD 1.2 billion. This transaction nearly doubles Semtech’s annual revenue and adds approximately USD 100 million of high-margin IoT Cloud services recurring revenues. Read More>>Partnership Volvo And Qualcomm pushing to increase revenue through Subscription Features The company will offer new subscription features in the all-electric EX90 SUV and other future models. Several features could also be monetized over time, including audio content, digital services, and navigation content. Read More>>New Product Development Qualcomm may soon launch Apple’s next M-series chips competitor The company is reportedly developing a new chipset that will compete against Apple’s upcoming M-series processors. The new processor is developing under the codename Hamoa and is expected to be marketed as Snapdragon 8cx Gen4. It is expected to have the same Adreno 740 graphics processor as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Read More>>Product Launch Vishay Intertechnology introduced the first two devices in its new Gen 7 platform The company launches a New Gen 7 Platform of 1200 V FRED Pt® Hyperfast Rectifiers with two devices in SMA (DO-214AC) package. Optimized for industrial and automotive applications, the Vishay Semiconductors VS-E7MH0112-M3 and AEC-Q101 qualified VS-E7MH0112HM3 are designed to increase the efficiency of auxiliary functions and low power stages for AC/DC and DC/DC converters. Read More>> Realme GT Neo 5 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Processor and 16GB RAM spotted on Geekbench ahead of launch The company is prepping to launch the Realme GT Neo 5 in the Chinese market. It will mark the commercial debut of 240W fast charging on a smartphone. The peak frequency of the processor is 3.0GHz which confirms that the Realme GT Neo 5 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Read More>>Executive Movement Haviv Ilan to become the next president and CEO of Texas Instruments on April 1 The transition is a well-planned succession that follows Ilan’s promotion to senior vice president in 2014, executive vice president and chief operating officer in 2020, and election to the board of directors in 2021. Read More>>
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Microchip Technology is developing a smart memory controller with high-bandwidth rates to enable next-generation CPUs and SoCs that accelerate AI and machine learning performance and optimize data center application workloads.
Microchip Technology wants to solve industry and consumer wireless integrated connectivity chip design problems by providing integrated microcontroller in-build low-energy Bluetooth functionality.
Monitoring Chip Enhancement
Microchip Technology plans to offer wireless power transmitter chips with authentication that communicate with smart devices to deliver different power rates for consumer and automotive systems.
Microchip Technology wants to provide automotive chipsets to accelerate high-level system optimization with a deterministic response and specialized peripherals for general automotive, advanced sensing and control, digital power, and motor control applications.
Next-Generation Storage Controller
Microchip Technology focuses on offering advanced PCI controllers to unlock next-generation performance and architecture for industries and users, enabling 14 GB/s reading and speed. This next-generation controller meets cloud-focused data center applications’ QoS requirements with advanced Credit Management technology.
The service provider with rich expertise in Next-Generation Storage Controllers would have a better opportunity to serve Microchip Technology.
Smart Memory Controller
Microchip Technology intends to develop smart memory controllers for PCIe DDR5 memory. This controller boosts memory performance and efficiency for many SoC applications, helping data center workload, AI, and machine learning computing.
The service provider with rich expertise in Smart Memory Controller would have a better opportunity to serve Microchip Technology.
Company – Evigence Sensors
Total Funding – 28 Mn
About – The Evigence Freshness Management System uses sensors and data analytics to enable food brands, retailers, and food service providers to measure and manage food freshness in real-time, at the unit level, across the supply chain. Packing sensors react to aggregate time, and temperature exposure as food moves through the supply chain. In transit, at the retailer or restaurant, and at home, sensors can be scanned digitally and read with the naked eye to determine freshness. The Evigence Insights Engine visualizes, analyzes, and generates insights for corporate users. Evigence customers can ensure food quality and safety, extend shelf life, reduce food waste, improve operational efficiency, and build consumer trust by monitoring food freshness. Evigence’s commercial headquarter is in Hoboken, New Jersey. Read More>>
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