SMART Modular has reduced its defective parts per million (DPPM) rate for its Enterprise Memory by more than 90 percent.
Here is Electronics Purchasing Strategies’ selection of 10 hot products for November that truly fall into the category of tiny components. These devices can be used in a variety of applications, ranging from mobile phones and hearing aids to military systems and networking equipment.
TI’s ultra-small FemtoFET MOSFETs tout the lowest on-resistance at less than 100 milliohms, saving power and extending battery life of mobile devices.
Raltron Electronics introduces the Model CO2016 clock oscillator housed in a 2.0- x 1.6- x 0.65 mm package size, targeting a variety of devices such as embedded computing, personal digital devices, portable medical devices, and wireless applications.
TI claims the first single-chip battery gauge with integrated protection designed to protect single-cell Li-Ion batteries in space-constrained designs, including consumer, portable medical and industrial devices.
Omnetics has developed a line of Nano miniature connectors that provide up to 2 Gbits/s speed in extremely rugged environments.
C&K Components expands its family of low-profile miniature slide switches with the introduction of the ultra-miniature PCM Series.
With the iPad Air, Apple not only has trimmed the weight and thickness of its flagship tablet line, it has also cut the component cost, according to IHS.
Apple Inc. is triggering a new technology boom, with its integration of a fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 5s, according to IHS.
Rochester Electronics re-introduces the LM series of linear products from Texas Instruments (National Semiconductor) as part of its Extension of Life program.