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Senseg gets funding for electrostatic touch for smartphones April 14, 2014 Senseg gets funding for electrostatic touch for smartphones Senseg Oy (Espoo, Finland), a developer of electrostatically-generated touch feedback for smartphones, has raised $6 million in a Series B round of funding led by NXP Semiconductors NV. The investment included the participation of existing investors Ambient Sound Investments, and Finnvera Venture Capital. ... Read more Satellite channel emulator systems test overall system performance April 10, 2014 Satellite channel emulator systems test overall system performance US manufacturer Space Systems/Loral (SSL) are using two satellite channel emulators (SCE) developed by IZT to test overall system performance. Read more SpeedCast demonstrates Improved mobile satellite communications April 07, 2014 SpeedCast demonstrates Improved mobile satellite communications SpeedCast will demonstrate its latest development, the ReadyCONNECT™TA12, at this year’s APPEA Conference and Exhibition. Read more Telit Wireless launches automotive telematics business April 02, 2014 Telit Wireless launches automotive telematics business Having concluded the acquisition of the Automotive Telematics On-board unit Platform (ATOP) business from NXP Semiconductors, M2M technology provider Telit Wireless Solutions has now announced that it will leverage this platform to offer telematics services for automotive OEM and tier one markets. Read more MACOM to drive GaN-on-Silicon with IP licensing April 02, 2014 MACOM to drive GaN-on-Silicon with IP licensing M/A-COM Technology Solutions has announced an IP licensing program for Gallium Nitride (GaN) on Silicon technology, with the aim of enabling the mainstream adoption of GaN as a large-scale RF semiconductor technology across the industry. Read more
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