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Advanced Low Power Wireless Technology Creates New Possibilities in Wearables and “Connected” Health & Wellness Devices 

by Amy Heimpel - 2017-02-22 13:55:59.0

The wireless semiconductor business is set to expand considerably over the course of the next few years, as the number of interconnected devices continues to escalate. Analyst firm ABI Research has estimated that by 2021, wireless connectivity demands will lead to 10 billion in annual ICs shipments, excluding cellular communication chips. It also expects that Bluetooth® ICs will constitute nearly two thirds of this total. Clearly the continued roll-out of IoT hardware, emerging opportunities in automotive, plus of course the already established smartphone market, will all be contributing factors. It is also expected that there will be a very strong uptake in relation to both wearable electronics and body-worn medical technology.  

Featured New Products from ON Semiconductor  

by ON Semiconductor - 2017-02-21 15:28:13.0

ON Semiconductor’s Featured New Product (FNP) listing highlights some of the newest devices released. Each update includes the newest products by product category, a summary of what makes them unique and the link to read more details. Whether you’re researching for your newest design or just satisfying your curiosity, these updates are your perfect guide.

Below are a few of the stand out products you’ll find on the list today. A full list of the latest Featured New Products from ON Semiconductor can be found here

Academy Award Winning Digital Cameras 

by Michael DeLuca - 2017-02-13 09:19:07.0

This weekend, ARRI – the largest manufacturer of motion picture equipment in the world – accepted a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for development of the ALEXA digital camera system. ALEXA cameras are used throughout the world for professional motion picture and television productions, and were used to capture the last five movies to win the Academy Award for Best Cinematography. In its award citation, the Academy specifically pointed to the intuitive design and appealing image reproduction of ALEXA cameras, which were among the first digital cameras widely adopted by cinematographers.

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