NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced that it has been named a winner in the Light Reading 2021 Leading Lights Awards program in the ‘Best New 5G Core Product’ for its cloud-native 4G/5G Converged Core and ‘Best NEW Open RAN Product’ category for its 5G massive MIMO radio units.
NI (NASDAQ: NATI) and S.E.A. today announced that the SEA-NI V2X Bench Tester and the SEA-NI V2X Sniffer have earned OmniAir® Qualified Test Equipment (OQTE) certification. These products are the first modular bench test solution for cellular-based vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) and the first combined C-V2X and DSRC sniffer to receive this certification.
The new super-junction STPOWER MDmesh K6 series enhances several key parameters to minimize system-power losses. It is especially suited to lighting applications based on flyback topology, such as LED drivers, HID lamps, as well as adapters, and power supplies for flat-panel displays.
Shared mobility is one of the major trends of future mobility, particularly in urban regions. Large fleet operators, such as rental car and car sharing companies, also see enormous growth potential in this area. With around 255,000 rental and car sharing vehicles in Germany, “Car to Cloud to Company” will be a critical technology when it comes to efficient and inexpensive fleet deployment. This is why GlobalmatiX AG, a subsidiary of Softing AG, Munich/Haar, has developed an innovative telematics solution, which, with the help of artificial intelligence, offers the greatest amount of available data and transfer security on the market. Alongside standards such as location information and journey approval via app, the outstanding range of services includes continuous technical diagnosis of the entire vehicle, early detection of impending defects, as well as the detection of minor damage and – with the help of artificial intelligence – the reporting thereof in a damage report including a calculation of the cost of the damage. Thanks to individual data acquisition and reporting tailored to the needs of every particular fleet operator.
Making the right choice of antenna is critical to ensuring the consistent performance of the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and telematics systems that are being introduced to cars, trucks and vans.
Flex Power Modules is introducing its PKU4116HD through-hole DC/DC converter, with 36-60 V input (80 V peak) and fully-regulated 55 V output. The open-frame module is in the industry-standard 1/16th brick format, 33.02mm x 22.86mm x 9.8mm, and is rated at 110 W/2 A output to 50°C ambient with natural convection, and to 85°C with additional airflow.