Honda Plans to Build Solar Hydrogen Station as Mobile Electric Generator for its Next Generation Personal Mobility Vehicles

April 21, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 2 Comments 

As part of an initiative for testing electric vehicle for Honda’s next generation personal mobility products, Honda made an announcement to build a Solar Hydrogen Station on the grounds of the Saitama Prefecture Office. As part of this effort, Honda will introduce an electric power outlet which is equipped with FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle by end of March of 2012. The company will equip the FCX Clarity fuel cell electric with an outlet to function as a 10kW or higher power source, which is equivalent to power requirement by 2 households. Read more

Introduction of Next Generation 24nm NAND with Integrated Error Management

April 6, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Toshiba made an announcement on release of next generation 24nm NAND featuring with an integrated error management. The newly developed “SmartNAND™” support simplified host-side design as well as application of advanced NAND process generation in consumer applications such as digital audio players, tablet PCs, information equipment, digital TVs as well as set-top boxes and other applications requiring high-density, non-volatile memory. Read more

Development of Teraherz Wave Image Measurement Technologies, a Safer Alternative to X-rays

March 11, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Teraherz Wave Image Measurement Technologies, a Safer Alternative to X-rays 

Teraherz waves are electromagnetic waves that are some where between infrared waves and radio waves, a driving force for advancement of technological research for measurement and communications as they can be transmitted through paper, plastic as well as smoke. Based on this NEC, NICT (National Institute of information and communications Technology) and Tokyo University have successfully demonstrated teraherz wave image measurement technologies capable of delivering superior imaging at fire scenes in comparison to conventional image measurement technologies that use visible light or infrared. Read more

Release of a New Portable terminal for Electronic Money Payment by NEC

March 8, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Release of a New Portable terminal for Electronic Money Payment by NEC 

Use of electronic money in Japan is one the rise and needs for payment devices is increasing. Based on this NEC has introduced a new portable terminal for electronic payment, the “Multi-Service Terminal ® /Portable” assisting retailers to conveniently expand their business through availability of electronic money payment. Read more

Development of Low Power SoCs for Next Generation Car Navigation System Supporting Advance HMI by Renesas

February 18, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Low Power SoCs for Next Generation Car Navigation System Supporting Advance HMI by Renesas 

Renesas Electronics has announced the first release of low power R-Car series of system-on- chip (SoCs), designed for next generation dashboard mounted car navigation systems. The new R-Car M1 series support advanced human machine interface (HMI). The new R-Car M1 series has a dedicated circuitry for intelligent multimedia processing that saves around 92% of power in HD video decoding, dedicated power supply IC for use in a voltage regulator that also reduces power consumption by around 20%, POWERVR® SGX graphics core for enhancing 3D rendering performance. Read more

Development of Novel Material with Reversible Photochromism Characteristics, Paving the way for Next Generation Ultrahigh-Density Memories and Displays

February 9, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Inorganic Photochromic materials has been considered for quite sometimes as an ideal candidate in manufacturing the next generation high-density memories as well as displays, due to their responsiveness to visible light for manufacture high capacity memories by using semiconductor laser or LED as its light source. But most inorganic materials do not exhibit photochromic response to visible light, plus they have a low durability, or even worse they show a slow color change and poor color reversibility (i.e. failed to decolorize after being irradiated several times.). Furthermore, the color of most of these materials was blue. In repose to overcome these inherent difficulties, group of researchers at AIST in Japan has developed a composite metal oxide materials that has a stable and reversible phtochromism when it is irradiated alternately with blue and green monochromatic lights. Read more

Development of Recycling Process for Ruthenium Precursors Used in Next Generation Semiconductor Miniaturization Technology

November 29, 2010 · Filed Under Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of Recycling Process for Ruthenium Precursors Used in Next Generation Semiconductor Miniaturization Technology 

Tokyo Electron and Tanaka Kikinzoku have announced the successful joint development of recycling process for ruthenium precursors (CVD-ruthenium material) used in the next generation semiconductor miniaturization technology. The development of the new process is a way for improving copper filling performance in semiconductor fabrication by utilizing a ruthenium liner film offering excellent adhesion and lower resistivity. As a result of this development, the ruthenium precursor that were normally disposed of in the past, can now be collected, refined and reused without returning to ruthenium metal. Read more

Introduction of Low Power Microcontrollers for Next Generation 8-bit Applications by Renesas Electronics

November 22, 2010 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Renesas Electronics has introduced a new series of low power, high performance (MCU), making them ideal for such applications including battery-operated devices and household applications. The new RL78 MCUs feature operating current of only 70 microamperes per megahertz and standby current of 0.7 microamperes with the real time clock (RTC) plus a low voltage detection (LVD) functions active. The new MCUs are designed based on 130-nm process node capable of delivering Dhrystone million instruction per second (DMIPS) during its operation at 32 MHz. Read more

Release of 1.1 GB Memory Devices for the Next Generation Ethernet Standard by Renesas

October 4, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Renesas Electronics announced the availability of a 1.1 gigabit (Gb) low-latency, high speed memory devices and a low power consumption, targeted to be used in networking equipment such as switches and routers supporting the next generation Ethernet standard (100GbE) and beyond. Read more

Development of New XMDF format as a Next Generation Digital Platform for E-Book by Sharp

July 21, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of New XMDF format as a Next Generation Digital Platform for E-Book by Sharp 

Sharp Corporation made an announcement on development of a next generation e-book format offering advance features for video and audio content in addition to existing features such as texts and still images. Through the development of this core technology, Sharp would be able to provide a digital platform in promoting e-book distribution services as well as launching of compatible reader products for its entry into e-book market. Read more

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