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Intel SSDs for data centers, consumers and embedded applications

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Flash memory has been a disruptive technology from its industrial inception in the early ‘90s and innovation is still ongoing after more than 25 years. At the beginning it was NOR flash and Intel® was the key player. Today the most advanced storage products use NAND flash. Thanks to its storage density, NAND has changed our lives. Through continuous development, investments and improvements by flash vendors...

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Sensing the world in all thress dimensions: Infineon's 3D magnetic sensors

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Infineon product family is ideally suited for the detection of three dimensional movement within a magnetic field, linear position movement as well as 360° angle measurement. They are the perfect suit for control elements, joysticks and E-meters (anti-tampering).

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Rutronik presents NextGen Ultrafast Rectifiers from Vishay

created by Emilia Mance |   Knowledge

The new FRED Pt® Rectifiers from Vishay significantly increase power density, performance efficiency and device reliability. They come in a thermally efficient FlatPAK 5x6 package with low profile of < 1 mm. Samples are available at www.Rutronik24.com as of now.

 

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Now available at Rutronik: the nRF52840 from Nordic

created by Sarah Brucker |   Knowledge

The nRF52840 from Nordic Semiconductor is in mass production and available at www.Rutronik24.com. The advanced multi-protocol SoC for ultra-low-power wireless applications comes with an integrated 2.4GHz transceiver that supports Bluetooth 5, ANT, Zigbee, Thread and proprietary 2.4GHz protocols.

 

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Efficient and low-cost inverters for photovoltaic systems

created by Dr. Ralf Hauschild, Principal Engineer, European LSI Design and Engineering Center, Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH Co-Author: Wolfgang Sayer, Line Manager, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Rutronik

There can be no photovoltaic system without an inverter. It is expected to work as efficiently as possible, but also be cheap, something that a new switching method now makes possible.

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