Supplier News

  1. Avago Technologies Delivers Industry’s First Precision Optical Isolation Amplifiers Optimized For Voltage Sensing
    7/11/2012

    Avago Technologies, a leading supplier of components for industrial, automotive, and renewable energy applications, recently announced the availability of a new family of optically-isolated voltage sensors.

  2. Microscan Appoints New Company President
    12/21/2007
    Microscan, a leading manufacturer of automation technology equipment, announces the appointment of Jeff Timms as the company President, effective January 1, 2008.
  3. Why Data Matrix Sets The Standard For Challenging Item By Laura Hoffman, Microscan
    11/29/2007
    Data Matrix sets the standard for reliable, accurate and space-efficient identification. In fact, it is the standard specified by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA), Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturer’s Institute (SEMI), Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), NASA, the Air Transport Association (ATA) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), for meeting a variety of item traceability and lifetime identification requirements. Submitted by Microscan
  4. Bar Code Imager: New Data Tracking And Inspection Solution For Clinical Instruments
    6/6/2007
    Microscan announced the megapixel bar code imager to include inspection of caps and test tubes. Manufacturers of lab automation systems and diagnostic equipment can now implement inspection and data tracking together in one easy solution. The new MS-4 EZ Match imager can evaluate cap type, detect absence or presence of caps and tubes, and read linear and 2D bar codes.
  5. Impinj CEO Dr. William T. Colleran Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2007 Award Finalist In The Pacific Northwest
    5/31/2007
    Semiconductor and RFID technology provider Impinj, Inc. recently announced that CEO Dr. William T. Colleran is a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2007 Award in the Pacific Northwest region. According to Ernst & Young, the awards program was designed to recognize outstanding entrepreneurs on a regional, national and global level who are building and leading dynamic, growing businesses.
  6. Semiconductor Lecture: eSilicon’s Jack Harding To Deliver Logic NVM 2007 Semiconductor IP Memory Event Keynote
    5/3/2007
    Founding Logic NVM Event sponsor, Impinj, Inc., recently announced that Jack Harding, chairman, president and CEO of eSilicon Corporation, will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Logic NVM Event in Santa Clara, California, on June 14, 2007. Mr. Harding’s presentation, “Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Better: The Relentless Pressure on Consumer Electronics,” explores system-chip design trends and techniques, such as embedding NVM cores, which affect the quality and performance of electronics products.
  7. RFID Reader: SkyeTek’s M9 RFID Reader Module Wins Electronic Design News 17th Annual Innovation Award
    4/7/2007
    SkyeTek, Inc., provider of embedded RFID reader technology, was announced the winner of the EDN 17th Annual Innovation Award in the Computers, Boards, and Buses category
  8. The Case For Integrated Processes
    3/28/2007
    Based on research and documented case studies, it is clear that companies are realizing significant value by developing integrated processes across the enterprise. This white paper discusses what integrated processes are, how they create value, specific cases of companies succeeding with integrated processes, as well as a checklist to determine how integrated your own company’s processes are. Submitted by SAP Americas
  9. Bar Code Imager: New Suite Of DPM Imagers Available From Microscan
    3/28/2007
    In response to automatic identification trends across industries such as automotive and aerospace, Microscan leads the way in announcing a suite of three bar code imagers with illumination and decode algorithms specifically designed for reading the toughest direct part marks (DPM)
  10. Automated Pallet Tracking Monitors Packaging And Distribution
    3/8/2007
    Located in the Midwest, a large food processing facility produces more than 200,000 boxes of one cereal-type alone. As a part of their automated production, the facility needs to monitor how many boxes of cereal are actually shipped from their facility each day. To accomplish this, three Microscan MS-890 bar code scanners are mounted onto each post-packaging line. Submitted by Microscan