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Electronic Materials (General)
Layered semiconducting black arsenic phosphorus alternative to silicon
Electronic Materials (General) : 24 July, 2015
Graphene, the only one atom thick carbon network, achieved overnight fame with the 2010 Nobel Prize. But now comes competition: Such layers can also be formed by black phosphorous. Chemists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now developed a semiconducting material in which individual phosphorus atoms are replaced by arsenic. In a collaborative international effort, American colleagues have built the first field-effect transistors from the new material.
 
Non-magnetic, high temperature resistant packaging for microelectronic components
Electronic Materials (General) : 07 October, 2014
Kyocera’s development of this innovative ceramic packaging is based on established HTCC technology (High Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics), which is currently used with specific non-magnetic piece parts and plating options. Kyocera is now presenting a new type of HTCC with platinum metallization on the top surface and in ceramic multilayering.
 
Nanoparticles could turn windows into computer screens
Electronic Materials (General) : 31 January, 2014
US researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are developing a way to turn ordinary pieces of glass into transparent computer displays using attachable plastic sheets full of nanoparticles.
 
Advanced applications of high temperature magnetics
Electronic Materials (General) : 24 June, 2013
By combining high temperature, grain oriented magnetic materials along with high temperature packaging processes, Arkansas Power Electronics International (APEI) has created advanced high temperature magnetic systems that are viable for applications across a wide range of high temperature electronics systems.
 
Layered oxide heterostructures promise improved solar cells
Electronic Materials (General) : 20 February, 2013
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology show that a recently discovered class of materials - Layered oxide heterostructures - can be used to create a new kind of solar cell.
 
Titanium compounds predicted for big future in new electronics era
Electronic Materials (General) : 22 September, 2012
This article by Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx, shares some of the research carried out for a new IDTechEx report requested by several of the world’s largest chemical companies. They wish to de-risk their materials development programs concerned with electrically functional elements and compounds.
 
Terra-Barriers - Moisture barriers for Flexible Electronics
Electronic Materials (General) : 23 March, 2011
Defects on plastic substrates such as pinholes, cracks and grain boundaries cause a 'pore effect', where oxygen and water molecules are able to seep through and penetrate through the plastic barrier and into the active material. For applications such as flexible OLED displays, organic solar cells, or even electrophoretic displays, sensitivity to oxygen and moisture compromises device lifetime significantly. This means that in order to achieve adequate lifetime for flexible devices that would make viable commercial products, the pathway for oxygen and moisture down into the active layers must be blocked.
 
Blending polymer and organic semiconductors
Electronic Materials (General) : 29 October, 2008
The optimised blend of polymer and organic semiconductors has better performance characteristics than the organic semiconductor alone.
 
GSM over satellite solution for Cruise ships
Electronic Materials (General) : 21 June, 2007
Imagine you are cruising on a ferry across the North Sea between Newcastle and Amsterdam and you realize that you have to call home. Or someone back home has to call you. But you
 
Cellular and transport network vendors attracted to unique portfolio
Electronic Materials (General) : 20 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications, a leading manufacturer of fixed and mobile network access equipment, will exhibit the company's unique portfolio of products supporting cellular backhaul over packet switched networks at the 3GSM World Congress.
 
Innovative and cost-effective way to deploy Ethernet services found by Australian ISP
Electronic Materials (General) : 19 June, 2007
Island Internet Services, a nationwide Australian Internet Service Provider, has found an innovative, and cost-effective, way to quickly deploy Ethernet services over incumbent carrier Telstra's access network to its own rapidly growing client base.
 
TDMoIP technology ensures lowest cost to consumers
Electronic Materials (General) : 18 June, 2007
A rising new operator, Erenis, that is hooking up Parisian buildings to provide telephone and Internet access services to customers with limited income, has deployed IPmux TDM over IP gateways from RAD Data Communications to transport voice traffic over an IP Ethernet Metropolitan Area Network.
 
PLC and SCADA sent across fiber optic infrastructure
Electronic Materials (General) : 17 June, 2007
COBEE, the Spanish acronym for Compa
 
RAD incorporates EtherMap-3 Ethernet over SONET/SDH mapper
Electronic Materials (General) : 16 June, 2007
FCD-155 transports new generation IP/Ethernet services and traditional TDM services using asynchronous tributary modules for both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks. The FCD-155 platform has been deployed and benchmarked by several carriers for metro access and premises-based transparent LAN service, Internet access and Ethernet private line applications. RAD is expanding field trials of the system with particular emphasis on the EoS application.
 
Cable MSOs with T1/E1 and broadband ethernet over HFC infrastructure provided by Narad's single-box BIU
Electronic Materials (General) : 15 June, 2007
A leading provider of commercial-grade last-mile broadband Ethernet access for HFC systems, Narad Networks, has partnered with RAD Data Communications to incorporate RAD's industry-leading pseudo-wire circuit emulation technology into the NARAD Broadband Interface Unit to provide cable MSOs with a single-box solution delivering T1/E1 plus Ethernet over HFC.
 
Growing trend in Russia towards pseudo-wire circuit emulation solutions over IP seen by RAD
Electronic Materials (General) : 14 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications, the industry leader in legacy-over-packet switched networks, sees a growing trend in Russia towards pseudo-wire circuit emulation solutions over IP, Ethernet and MPLS backbones.
 
RAD Data Communications becomes founding partner in Panlab
Electronic Materials (General) : 13 June, 2007
RAD has announced that it has become a founding partner in Panlab, the Pan-European Laboratory for Next Generation Networks and Services. The EU-funded research project was formed to enable laboratories across Europe to collaborate in the area of next generation telecommunications networks and services, in order to improve and accelerate infrastructure and service testing.
 
RAD helps Yipes speed up growth by extending ethernet over legacy
Electronic Materials (General) : 12 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications, a world leader in Carrier Ethernet access solutions and Yipes Enterprise Services Inc., the leading global provider of managed, end-to-end Ethernet solutions for enterprise customers are working together to extend Yipes Ethernet services across leased DS-3 and OC-3 facilities.
 
Rural Utility Service approval earned for Airmux-200
Electronic Materials (General) : 11 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications has earned Rural Utility Service approval for its point-to-point, broadband radio, the Airmux-200.
 
RAD has completed interoperability testing of its TDM pseudowire technology with BroadLight, a leading vendor of passive optical network solutions
Electronic Materials (General) : 10 June, 2007
By using RAD and Broadlight's combined technologies, service providers will be able to deploy gigabit PON fiber access networks that support 'triple play' voice, video and data applications and T1/E1 voice, leased line and Frame Relay services.
 
RAD's RIC products used as Colorado WISP extends network reach and capacity cost-effectively
Electronic Materials (General) : 09 June, 2007
Interface converters from RAD Data Communications have been selected by Mesa Networks, which provides wireless broadband connectivity along the Colorado Front Range, to increase the bandwidth available for provisioning business-class Ethernet services and to offer those services out-of-footprint.
 
Shiron and RAD announce strategic coperation to otimize bandwidth on satellite
Electronic Materials (General) : 08 June, 2007
Shiron Satellite Communications and RAD Data Communications have announced an agreement on strategic cooperation between their two companies that will allow both providers and users of satellite services to maximize bandwidth efficiencies.
 
RAD Data Communications supplied Bezeq with customer premises devices for carrier's 'Ethernet over SDH' service
Electronic Materials (General) : 07 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications announced that it has supplied Bezeq, Israel's incumbent telecommunications operator, with thousands of different customer premises devices for the carrier's 'Ethernet over SDH' service.
 
Ventelo chooses a TDM pseudowire solution from RAD Data Communications to provide PSTN access over IP DSLAMs
Electronic Materials (General) : 06 June, 2007
Ventelo, one of Europe's largest independent providers of telecommunications services, has chosen a TDM pseudowire solution from RAD to provide PSTN access over IP DSLAMs
 
ASMi-54 modem with G.SHDSL.bis and EFM technologies premiered by RAD
Electronic Materials (General) : 05 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications will premier its new ASMi-54 modem with G.SHDSL.bis and EFM technologies, the next generation in SHDSL technology, to provide up to 22.8 Mbps of bandwidth at ITU Telecom World.
 
First TDM pseudowire gateway products that support all industry TDM pseudowire modes introduced by RAD Communications
Electronic Materials (General) : 04 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications will introduce the world's first TDM pseudowire gateway products that support all industry TDM pseudowire modes at ITU Telecom World.
 
RAD launches EtherAccess
Electronic Materials (General) : 03 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications is to unveil EtherAccess, its new strategy for delivering both Ethernet and emulated services over any infrastructure, providing carriers and their customers with a cost-effective, standards-based system for providing a uniform user experience with verifiable Service Level Agreements.
 
What do a Brazilian cellular network, the Rolling Stones and an Auto Dealership all have in common?
Electronic Materials (General) : 02 June, 2007
A RAD Data Communications Wireless Multiplexer provides them quick deployment of voice and data at half the cost of a conventional solution.
 
Industry poll confirms RAD's Ethernet demarcation point strategy
Electronic Materials (General) : 01 June, 2007
RAD Data Communications sees its Ethernet demarcation point strategy confirmed in the results of a recent industry poll posted on the online telecommunications news site Light Reading.
 
RAD introduces a suite of cellular backhaul products to facilitate migration to an all-IP radio access network
Electronic Materials (General) : 31 May, 2007
RAD Data Communications will unveil a suite of cellular backhaul products designed to lower the cost of running 2G, 3G and 3.5G voice and data traffic over packet-based networks. These devices have demonstrated convincingly in pre-launch trials their ability to efficiently separate HSDPA traffic to run over DSL circuits and also to deliver TDM-based and ATM-based (UMTS REL. 99) services robustly with highly accurate clock distribution and recovery across an asynchronous Ethernet network by applying pseudowire emulation technology adhering to stringent timing standards.
 
RAD introduces a suite of cellular backhaul products to facilitate migration to an all-IP radio access network
Electronic Materials (General) : 31 May, 2007
RAD Data Communications will unveil a suite of cellular backhaul products designed to lower the cost of running 2G, 3G and 3.5G voice and data traffic over packet-based networks. These devices have demonstrated convincingly in pre-launch trials their ability to efficiently separate HSDPA traffic to run over DSL circuits and also to deliver TDM-based and ATM-based (UMTS REL. 99) services robustly with highly accurate clock distribution and recovery across an asynchronous Ethernet network by applying pseudowire emulation technology adhering to stringent timing standards.
 
RAD global sales grow by more than 12%
Electronic Materials (General) : 29 May, 2007
Expanded International Network of PartnersNorth America remained RAD's largest market. RAD's international network of partners expanded during the course of the year, with new distributors signing on in Australia, China, Germany, France, Ghana, Japan, Poland, South Africa, and the United Kingdom, among other countries.
 
RAD global sales grow by more than 12%
Electronic Materials (General) : 29 May, 2007
Privately held RAD Data Communications, now celebrating its 25th anniversary as a leading manufacturer of network access equipment for data communications and telecommunications applications, has announced that its consolidated revenues reached $168 million, an increase of more than 12 percent over the previous year's figures.
 
RAD helps mobile operators and broadcasters to clock on to IPChronos tests
Electronic Materials (General) : 28 May, 2007
According to tests carried out by the industry-leading test house Chronos, classic problems such as data loss and errors that are deterring fixed and mobile operators and broadcasters from migrating traffic from telephone to Internet Protocol networks can be eliminated by deploying RAD Data Communications' IPmux pseudowire gateways. In addressing accurate clock synchronization over IP networks, the IPmux allows companies, including mobile operators, to switch over to low-cost IP networks without fear of sacrificing core functionality that can be lost as a result of timing issues.
 
RAD helps mobile operators and broadcasters to clock on to IPChronos tests
Electronic Materials (General) : 28 May, 2007
According to tests carried out by the industry-leading test house Chronos, classic problems such as data loss and errors that are deterring fixed and mobile operators and broadcasters from migrating traffic from telephone to Internet Protocol networks can be eliminated by deploying RAD Data Communications' IPmux pseudowire gateways.
 
RAD and MRO-TEK set the standard with 350,000 miles of network connectivity in India
Electronic Materials (General) : 20 May, 2007
RAD Data Communications, together with MRO-TEK Limited, its India partner, mark a historic milestone at the end of December when the 350,000th mile supported by RAD products was added to India's telecommunications network. At the same time, RAD's worldwide installed base of telecommunications access products passed the 10 million mark.
 
RAD and MRO-TEK set the standard with 350,000 miles of network connectivity in India
Electronic Materials (General) : 20 May, 2007
RAD Data Communications, together with MRO-TEK Limited, its India partner, mark a historic milestone at the end of December when the 350,000th mile supported by RAD products was added to India's telecommunications network. At the same time, RAD's worldwide installed base of telecommunications access products passed the 10 million mark.
 
RAD Data Communications helps Yipes accelerate growth
Electronic Materials (General) : 22 August, 2006
Yipes Enterprise Services, Inc., the leading global provider of managed, end-to-end Ethernet solutions for enterprise customer and RAD Data Communications, a world leader in Carrier Ethernet access solutions, are working together to extend Yipes Ethernet services across leased DS-3 and OC-3 facilities.
 
RAD provides telecoms equipment to Magnitogorsk in Russia
Electronic Materials (General) : 18 August, 2006
RAD Data Communications has sold communications products to Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Company, one of the world
 
RAD pseudo-wire technology integrated into Narad Broadband Access Network Solution for HFC
Electronic Materials (General) : 22 June, 2006
Narad Networks, a leading provider of commercial-grade last-mile broadband Ethernet access for HFC systems has partnered with RAD Data Communications to incorporate RAD's industry-leading pseudo-wire circuit emulation technology into the NARAD Broadband Interface Unit to provide cable MSOs with a single-box solution delivering T1/E1 plus Ethernet over HFC.
 
New devices require a minimum of external components
Electronic Materials (General) : 29 April, 2006
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. today released two new white LED drivers that deliver high efficiency up to 80% during operation in compact handheld and battery-operated electronics.
 
New low-capacitance ESD protection diode arrays provide high standard of protection
Electronic Materials (General) : 29 April, 2006
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. today announced the release of two new Vishay Semiconductors low-capacitance ESD protection diode arrays that extend the company's line of ultra-small LLP-packaged products optimized for data-line protection in compact portable electronics.
 
Are tougher electronic components on the way? Materials science gets a nitride boost
Electronic Materials (General) : 20 April, 2006
Alexander Goncharov of the Carnegie Institution's Geophysical Laboratory and colleagues have used extreme temperatures and pressures to make two durable compounds called noble metal nitrides; they are the first to succeed in making one of them, and the first to accurately determine the chemical formula of the other.
 
RAD expands its Pseudo Wire Access Solutions to include 3G backhaul over broadband wireless & DSL
Electronic Materials (General) : 28 February, 2006
RAD Data Communications, the industry pioneer of pseudo-wire circuit emulation technologies, will be exhibiting at CeBIT 2006 in Hanover, Germany a complete set of access solutions over packet transport to support 3G backhaul, including pseudo wire, over Metro Ethernet networks, wireless and DSL services.
 
RAD first-to-market with pre-standard implementation of ITU and IEEE carrier-class ethernet
Electronic Materials (General) : 14 February, 2006
At CeBIT 2006 in Hanover, Germany, RAD Data Communications will unveil the world's first-to-market pre-standard implementation of ITU Y.1731 and IEEE 802.1ag, which allow for end-to-end Ethernet Operations, Administration and Maintenance.
 
RAD to unveil miniature fast ethernet remote bridge on an MSA SFP revolutionary concept
Electronic Materials (General) : 26 January, 2006
At CeBIT 2006 in Hanover, Germany, RAD will unveil the MiRIC series of miniaturized Fast Ethernet-over-PDH and SDH/SONET connectivity devices, the first such implementation of this concept. Housed in standard Small Form-factor Pluggable packages, the MiRIC can be plugged into any regular Multi-Source Agreement compatible socket, providing remote bridging over E1/T1 and E3/T3 lines.
 
Vatican City deploys RAD ethernet access solution
Electronic Materials (General) : 17 January, 2006
The Telephone Service of the Vatican State, which is responsible for the study, installation and management of the telecommunications infrastructure in Vatican City, has deployed a series of Ethernet access solutions from RAD Data Communications, a leader in innovative access solutions and network transitions for service providers and enterprises around the world
 
Booklet helps navigate the Pb-free minefield
Electronic Materials (General) : 23 November, 2005
Primarily as a result of a DTI initiative and through the full support of members of the Component Obsolescence Group's External Liaison Group, COG is publishing a series of reference booklets about various aspects of electronic components and other areas threatened by obsolescence and the ways in which these impact on elements of industry. The 'Obsolescence minefield' series of publications are designed to be comprehensive, very informative but easily understood by both engineers and management. Some of the subjects covered in the series include date coding, the supply chain, long term storage of components and the pitfalls associated with redundant stock.
 
COG booklet tackles RoHS
Electronic Materials (General) : 22 November, 2005
Lead-free technology is the latest subject under the microscope in the latest in a series of reference booklets from the Component Obsolescence Group about various aspects of electronic component and other areas threatened by obsolescence and the ways in which these impact on elements of industry.
 
Time warner cable selects RAD data communications for TDM Service Delivery
Electronic Materials (General) : 04 November, 2005
RAD Data Communications, Inc. and Time Warner Cable, a division of Time Warner have announced the deployment of RAD's TDMoIP pseudowire technology as part of Time Warner Cable's rapidly growing metro Ethernet service offering in their Houston, Texas market.
 
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