Romny Scientific, Inc. manufactures modules and systems that turn otherwise wasted heat into useful energy. This technology utilizes the thermoelectric effect to generate electricity in a reliable manner with no moving parts. Romny's technology is based on high performance, low cost materials without the use of toxic lead or expensive tellurium. Romny's products allow customers in fields such as metal forming and refining, petrochemical, automotive, concrete, and glass manufacturing to take waste heat streams as hot as 700°C and power processes such as lighting, auxiliary equipment, sensors, etc., or feed it back into the power grid. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage USA show. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the reliable fabrication of cutting-edge microdevices used in electronics such as tablet computers, smartphones, digital cameras, televisions, and LED lighting. Brewer Science provides process flexibility and a competitive edge for its customers and plays a critical role in the supply chain. Since 1981, when its ARC® materials revolutionized lithography processes, Brewer Science has expanded its technology to include products enabling advanced lithography, thin wafer handling, 3-D integration, chemical and mechanical device protection, and products based on carbon nanotubes and nanotechnology. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com
The vision of Atom NanoElectronics, Inc.is to innovate scalable and high throughput printing technologies for low cost, high performance optoelectronic devices, to democratize optoelectronic devices for every person. Atom NanoElectronics focuses on developing printed 3-D SWCNT electronics and SWCNT display backplanes that will become pervasive around the world. Atom NanoElectronics is currently printing organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) on the top of printed SWCNT display backplanes. Atom NanoElectronics is working toward building a manufacturing base for printed Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode (AMOLED) displays and will become a dominant world-wide display supplier. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com
After spending Billions of dollars in the past year to buy market share in the tablet market, Intel’s mobile division reported an operating loss of $4.21 billion for 2014, Intel subsidized Shenzhen tablet design houses and factories, they probably want to stop that very expensive subsidy by trying to convince the design houses and factories to use Intel's next generation x86 platform which Intel may claim to not be requiring subsidies to buy market share anymore. Previously code-named Sofia, Intel's x3 platform is a two chip 3G solution using ARM Mali-400MP4 GPU in the Intel x3 C3130 dual-core, ARM Mali-450MP4 GPU in the quad-core Intel x3-C3230RK (marketed/designed with Rockchip) and 4G LTE with the ARM Mali-760MP2 GPU in the quad-core Intel x3 C3440. Will Intel manage to price their next generation x86 at MediaTek-like levels and will they really be able to keep design houses and factories interested if they stop subsidizing them, if they stop dumping the price and giving away their CPUs for free, giving factories PCB designs for free (reference design based), PCB and tablet productions subsidized, marketing subsidized, software development subsidized and etc? What is Intel's real potential market share in tablets and smartphones when they stop this subsidy? And why doesn't Intel just make more ARM devices in and out of their Fab like they did the Intel/Rockchip XMM6321 dual-core ARM Cortex-A5 that I filmed here: http://armdevices.net/?s=XMM6321
Epudo shows their latest Allwinner based tablets in 7", 9" with A83T Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7, 9" A33, where Allwinner A33 Tablets are only $1 more than the dual-core A23 which makes the A33 the most popular Allwinner Tablet SoC at the moment.
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For the payments processing market, for small stores, guest houses, restaurants, any merchants receiving payments can use this POS phone. Flyshark Fleet Technology Co.,LTD has developed a POS smartphone, they claim that this is the first mobile POS phone model with PCI Security Standard, suitable for super market cashier; delivery courier; traveler; financial services, can support Magnetic Card Reader; IC Card Reader; Contactless Card Reader, supports Security standards PBOC/EMVL1&L2; PCI Standard; POS terminal security certificate. The phone features 5" display running on the MediaTek MT6582, 2GB RAM and 16GB Flash, 5.0M front/13.0M rear camera, android 4.4. The secure payments part runs on a Freescale K21 Kinetis ARM Cortex-M4 supporting Magnetic card reader: Integrated triple track (track 1, 2, 3), Contactless EMV, Dual PSAMs card and IC card reader: EMV L1 & L2.
ARM launches the ARM mbed IoT Starter Kit Ethernet Edition, an extremely easy to use development kit for Internet of Things, to channel data from Internet-connected devices directly into IBM's Bluemix cloud platform. The combination of a secure sensor environment by ARM with cloud-based analytics, mobile and application resources from IBM allows fast prototyping of new smart products and unique value-added services for the IoT market. It is particularly suitable for developers with no specific experience in embedded or web development, as it provides a platform for learning new concepts and creating working prototypes. After the initial out of box experience, the infinite possibilities of cloud applications can be explored through IBM's production grade BlueMix platform, in which deployment and device management is as simple for one device as it is for a million of them. The starter kit hardware can be modified and extended to explore the device design space, and a finalised design can be taken to production using the mbed SDK and HDK.