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Next generation aqueous hybrid ion battery delivers 40 percent more energy October 22, 2014 Next generation aqueous hybrid ion battery delivers 40 percent more energy Aquion Energy, Inc., has unveiled the second generation of Aqueous Hybrid Ion (AHI) batteries and energy storage systems which are capable of delivering energy gains of up to 40 percent. Read more IP builds low power memory for LCD drivers and touch screen controllers October 21, 2014 IP builds low power memory for LCD drivers and touch screen controllers In order to reach the stringent low power requirements of LCD drivers and touch screen controllers, Dolphin Integration has introduced a foundry-sponsored Single port RAM for the UMC 110 nm embedded Flash process. Read more ConvenientPower partners Qualcomm to accelerate wireless charging ecosystem October 21, 2014 ConvenientPower partners Qualcomm to accelerate wireless charging ecosystem ConvenientPower is to start collaborating with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, to help rapidly commercialize and scale Qualcomm WiPower technologies and ecosystem. Read more Graphene aerogels promise enhanced energy storage performance October 21, 2014 Graphene aerogels promise enhanced energy storage performance Lawrence Livermore researchers have turned to graphene aerogel to develop an enhanced electrical energy storage solution that eventually could be used to smooth out power fluctuations in the energy grid by boosting the performance of commercial supercapacitors. Read more Supercomputer simulations point path to better Mg-ion batteries October 20, 2014 Supercomputer simulations point path to better Mg-ion batteries Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory using computer simulations have shown that Mg-ion batteries, which would be less expensive and safer than Li-ion batteries, could become a alternative for future automotive applications that need rechargeable batteries with increased energy density. ... Read more Simpler circuit design unlocks power of superconducting devices October 20, 2014 Simpler circuit design unlocks power of superconducting devices MIT researchers have developed a circuit design that could make simple superconducting devices much cheaper to manufacture and with zero electrical resistance would the devices 50 to 100 times as energy-efficient as today’s chips. Read more Breakthrough for traction batteries? Ultra-fast battery charges in 2 minutes October 17, 2014 Breakthrough for traction batteries? Ultra-fast battery charges in 2 minutes Range anxiety is still one of the most powerful inhibitors for widespread acceptance of electric vehicles. But if it would not take longer to recharge a battery than to fill a gasoline tank, this obstacle could fall. A research team from Singapore's Nanyang Technology University (NTU) could have the ... Read more TDK expands UK-based power supply R&D facilities October 17, 2014 TDK expands UK-based power supply R&D facilities Power supply manufacturer TDK Corporation is planning to expand the company's research and development footprint further by opening a new 2,600 ft2 R&D facility in Bristol, UK. Read more 2D material underpins world’s thinnest electric generator October 16, 2014 2D material underpins world’s thinnest electric generator Researchers from Columbia Engineering and the Georgia Institute of Technology report have made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, molybdenum disulfide (MoS2). Read more IGBTs and MOSFETs continue to drive power semiconductor growth October 16, 2014 IGBTs and MOSFETs continue to drive power semiconductor growth International Rectifier led the $6 billion MOSFET sector in 2013, just ahead of Infineon, while Mitsubishi Electric dominated the IGBT sector, well ahead of Infineon reports market research company, The Information Network. Read more
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