Diadem is manufacturer of mobile devices which sells around 100,000 – 200,000 devices every month. Diadem makes devices with both Qualcomm and MTK processors. Diadem makes a MTK 6572 based device for around 55 USD. Another MTK 6572 device with NFC sells for 99 USD. Diadem makes a MTK 6589 device with 5″ screen for 100 USD. For 195 USD Diadem makes a 5″ FHD device with a Qualcomm processor and NFC. Diadem makes a much smaller device for a MTK 6572 processor. Diadem makes a water proof feature phone for 37 USD.
Atmel shows their latest Sensor Hub microcontroller solutions. Here showing a demo showing accurate controlling and measuring with 3d tracking. Showing also a true virtual reality augmented reality 3D accelerated software demo.
Synopsys is the leading company by sales in the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) industry. Synopsys’ first and best-known product is Design Compiler, a logic-synthesis tool. Synopsys assists ARM processor manufacturers in the design of SoC’s. Synopsis has 8 billion dollars in revenue employing around 8,000 people world wide. Synopsys also has solutions for emulating your SoC.
ZXD is a manufacturer of mobile phones and they have been in business for around 5 years. ZXD sels around 300,000 phones per month. ZXD didn’t always make mobile phones they also used to make mp3/mp4 players. ZXD makes both feature phones and Android phones. ZXD makes a MTK 6515 based device for 34 USD (2g) or 35 USD (3g). ZXD also makes the G60 model with a 6″ (1280×720) screen and a MTK 6582 processor for 140 USD as well as the G59 model for 100 USD with an inferior screen and CPU. The G50 comes with a MTK 6589 processor for 101 USD and the G55 comes with a MTK 6982 processor. The G46 sells for 76 USD and G45 sells for 78 USD. The G35 is 44 USD with a 4″ wvga screen.
Here’s my Interview with Xavier Niel, the founder of Free, the second biggest ISP in France, invented triple play, where an ISP provides Internet, TV and Telephony through an advanced ADSL Set-top-box, and they have been providing such fast Internet with full IPTV and unlimited VOIP landline-replacement for a very reasonable 29 Euros per month, they started this years before every other ISP in the world had to follow up. And now in France since a year or two, Free provides 3G and now also 4G telephony, with amazingly cheap 2 Euro per month entry level pricing, all pre-paid no-contract only plans, this also has totally revolutionized the mobile carrier business in France.
Toradex shows their Apalis T30 module is a module computer with a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor with 2gb of ram. The price of the Apalis T30 is 169 USD individually. The Appalis T30 can be connected to a desktop motherboard with a desktop Nvidia graphics card and can be used with a desktop linux environment with CUDA support. Nvidia Tegra 4 is not available for embedded use so Tegra 5 will be the next platform available.
Utime is a manufacturer of cellphones and they began making them in 2008 and sells around 300,000 phones per month. Utime makes a MTK 6589 phone with a 4.5″ (presumably HD)screen for 68 USD in bulk. Utime makes a 6″ device with a 8 core (dual quad core) MTK 6592T processor for an unspecified price. Utime also makes feature phones as well as Android smartphones. Utime’s cheapest phone sells for 37 USD.
DELTA stands for Danish Electronics Lights and Acoustics. DELTA began as acoustics company but today it helps products succeed in the market place and they test around 3,000 products per year. DELTA makes IdemoBits which are a form of electronic LEGOs which include stuff like sensors and actuators.
5 technology is OEM and ODM maker of Android tablets. 5 technology sells around 50,000 tablets per month. Products from 5 technology include a 10.1″ quad core full hd tablet with an unspecified price. 5 technology also makes a iPad Mini like device with a Rockchip 3188 processor. 5 technology makes a more interesting 10″ tablet with a morgan touch stylus.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) 2013
This video is an informative and interesting interview with Fan Yang and Arne Weber, the owners of faytech ltd, discussing the history and evolution of their years in the touchscreen industry and their passion to build the best products possible. Beginning over 8 years ago with starting to sell touchscreen monitors in Germany, they set up a importing business based in Germany which has grown to be one of Europe’s largest distributors of touchscreen devices. In 2008, Arne and Fan began to travel to China to find better suppliers, and ended up moving to Shenzhen and starting their own manufacturing company. Four short years later, faytech has over 70 employees, 15K sq. ft. of space, producing over 2000 touch screen monitors and touchscreen PCs a month, and achieving ISO certification in 2013.