• EU Halogen Ban Postponed Until 2018

    Ban, originally planned for September 2016, is part of wider strategy to promote more energy-efficient technologies like compact fluorescent and LED bulbs.

  • Qualcomm Enters Competitive Fingerprint Sensor Market

    In a market dominated by capacitive sensor suppliers Apple, Synaptics and Fingerprint Cards AB, Qualcomm will try to make inroads into the market using ultrasonic technology.

  • Lumileds Well Positioned in Lighting Market

    Lumileds, formerly known as Philips Lighting, finished the 2014 year strong gaining market share over its competitors and rising to the fourth overall LED company worldwide.


  • Critical Technology Trends

    The “cloud” has created unprecedented opportunities. But with so many new technologies, security concerns and supply chain uncertainty, where should you focus your resources for the next 10–20 years? The Technology experts at IHS discuss this and other trends in our latest white paper.

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  • Nordic Semi Calls for IPv6 Over Bluetooth Smart for IoT

    If the true potential of the Internet of Things is to be realized now, the industry needs to move en masse to the IPv6 protocol on top of the Bluetooth Smart transport, according to Thomas Embla Bonnerud, director of product management at Nordic Semiconductor.

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  • Intel Orders 15 EUV Lithography Systems

    A sizable order for ASML lithography systems, worth possibly more than $1 billion, is a milestone that indicates that extreme-ultraviolet lithography has finally overcome technical hurdles and can go on to assist Intel, Samsung and TSMC with commercial chip production.

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11-14 May 2015 Las Vegas, NV
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