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Würth Elektronik Expands its Range of Power Inductors

05/29/2024 | Wurth Electronics
In addition to Würth Elektronik’s five existing package sizes of WE-XHMI SMT power inductors there are now eight new packages. These compact yet extremely efficient inductors feature high current capacity up to 56 A saturation current and the ability to handle high transient current spikes.

SiC & GaN Power Semiconductor Market Accelerates at 22.9% CAGR to Reach $11.08 Billion by 2034

05/27/2024 | PRNewswire
According to a new industry report by Fact.MR, the global SiC & GaN Power Semiconductor Market is expected to reach a valuation of US$ 1.41 billion in 2024. It is projected to achieve $11.08 billion by 2034, growing at a CAGR of 22.9% from 2024 to 2034.

Siemens Simplifies Development of AI Accelerators for Advanced System-on-chip Designs with Catapult AI NN

05/24/2024 | Siemens
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Listen to I-Connect007’s Latest Podcast Episode: Empowering Electrical Engineers

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The Rise of Collaborative Intelligence in Manufacturing

05/22/2024 | Jennifer Davis, Arch Systems
Every modern manufacturer grapples with a common challenge: extracting actionable insights from the ever-growing sea of operational data. The challenge of the data deluge isn’t just overwhelming; it coincides with a broader shift in automation needs. While traditional forms of automation, such as robots, remain vital, the focus is expanding to encompass automating the very intelligence needed to run a factory efficiently. As a result, a new generation of tools and technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to transform the way factories operate.
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