UPDATED AUGUST 2017 WPG Americas’ Power Solutions include system and board level power supplies. Our inventory of fans, filters, power cords and cables round out our product offering, giving you a variety of options for your project.
These standard graphic OLEDs are easy to use, all-in-one designs in monochrome blue or yellow colors. All Newhaven’s standard graphic OLEDs have all the required logic components, allowing the user to have just one interface supply.
In part 2 of this series, Monolithic Power System's Senior Technical Marketing Engineer Pete Millett explores best PCB-layout practices for a variety of motor-driver package types.
Monolithic Power Systems, Inc (MPS), a global leader in providing integrated power semiconductor solutions and power delivery architectures, unveils the MP3429, a 600kHz, fixed-frequency, highly integrated, boost converter.
Monolithic Power System's Senior Technical Marketing Engineer Pete Millett discusses general recommendations for designing PCBs that use motor-driver ICs, which require special cooling techniques to handle the power dissipation.
Micron’s new 9200 series of NVMe SSDs is the company’s flagship performance family and the second generation of NVMe drives!
The new Embedded Vision Development Kit combines high-resolution HDMI ASSP, ECP5 low-power, CrossLink pASSP mobile bridging device, and a small form factor to offer customers a cutting-edge solution for accelerated development of intelligent edge devices.
Micron Technology, a global leader in innovative memory and storage solutions, organized an experiment to compare two MongoDB test clusters: the legacy three-node cluster and the 5100 ECO three-node cluster using the Linux® Logical Volume Manager.
Micron, a global leader in memory and semiconductor technology, has introduced the 5100 Series SATA SSD with the industry's highest capacity of up to 8TB and a steady state random writes up to 74,000 IOPS.
Disruptive technologies, such as mobile-influenced applications, are rapidly changing our way of life and the way we look at everyday things. Today, smart homes, smart cities, smart factories and, of course, self-driving smart cars are becoming a reality.