The Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Foundation, Inc. (SEIPI) said Friday it is collaborating with Malaysian industry associations to set up a science and technology center in the Philippines.
“We have met with several Malaysian organizations. The first one is SFAM (Semiconductor Fabrication Association of Malaysia),” SEIPI President Danilo C. Lachica said at an online conference.
He said the Malaysian group has agreed to help SEIPI with its plan to set up a science and technology center “to move the Philippines’ electronics industry up the value chain.”
“We will set up meetings with SFAM members and hopefully develop a memorandum of agreement on collaborative activities,” he added.
Mr. Lachica said the science and technology center is part of the industry’s road map funded by the Trade department and administered by the Science and Technology department.
“It’s called Product and Technology Holistic Strategy (PATHS)… We are looking for funding
What’s New: Today, Intel Federal LLC announced a three-year agreement with Sandia National Laboratories (Sandia) to explore the value of neuromorphic computing for scaled-up computational problems. Sandia will kick off its research using a 50-million neuron Loihi-based system that was delivered to its facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This work with Loihi will lay the foundation for the later phase of the collaboration, which is expected to include continued large-scale neuromorphic research on Intel’s upcoming next-generation neuromorphic architecture and the delivery of Intel’s largest neuromorphic research system to date, which could exceed more than 1 billion neurons in computational capacity.
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A close-up shot of an Intel Nahuku board, each of which contains 8 to 32 Intel Loihi neuromorphic chips. Intel’s latest neuromorphic system, Pohoiki Beach, is made up of multiple Nahuku boards and contains 64 Loihi chips. Pohoiki Beach
The United States and Greece entered a fresh agreement to promote and collaboratively advance research and development efforts.
According to a news release from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the U.S.-Greece Science and Technology Agreement was officially signed in Thessaloniki, Greece Monday by the country’s Minister of Development and Investments Adonis Georgiadis and U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
Pompeo will also visit Vatican City and other Mediterranean countries during his time abroad.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios attended the official signing ceremony and is also meeting with other Greek officials this week to discuss further collective tech-focused pursuits. He said in a statement that the consensus “will pave the way for R&D investment, technological advancement, and continued leadership in cutting edge fields.”
Though the full agreement did not appear to be publicly released right at the time of the announcement, a fact sheet published
PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NTT Research, Inc., a division of NTT (TYO:9432), today announced that it has reached an agreement with the University of Notre Dame to conduct joint research between its Physics and Informatics (PHI) Lab and the University’s Department of Physics. The five-year agreement covers research to be undertaken by Dr. Zoltán Toroczkai, a professor of theoretical physics, on the limits of continuous-time analog computing. Because the Coherent Ising Machine (CIM), an optical device that is key to the PHI Lab’s research agenda, exhibits characteristics related to those of analog computers, one purpose of this project is to explore avenues for improving CIM performance.
The three primary fields of the PHI Lab include quantum-to-classical crossover physics, neural networks and optical parametric oscillators. The work with Dr. Toroczkai addresses an opportunity for tradeoffs in the classical domain between analog computing performance and controllable variables with arbitrarily high precision.
A further advancement in the commercialization of Exro’s Coil Drive technology
Collaboration project integrating Exro technology into micro-mobility applications with Heinzmann GMBH, a global manufacturer of electric drives up to 30 kW
Micro-mobility is projected to be a key factor in electric mobility adoption globally with an overall market size of USD $19B
Exro’s Coil Driver will help to expand the performance range of Heinzmann’s mobility applications by making them faster, stronger, and smarter
CALGARY, AB / ACCESSWIRE / September 24, 2020 / Exro Technologies Inc. (TSXV:EXRO)(OTCQB:EXROF) (the “Company”), a leading technology company which has developed a new class of power electronics for electric motors and powertrains, is pleased to announce it has initiated a collaboration with Heinzmann GMBH & Co. KG (“Heinzmann”) to integrate Exro’s patented coil drive technology into micro mobility applications.
Since 1985, Heinzmann has proven itself as a renowned manufacturer of electric drives up to 30
Datamatics Global Services, a technology, BPM and automation and digital solutions company has announced that it expanded its strategic alliance with Ingram Micro in the META region. The distribution agreement is for its intelligent automation products including, Datamatics TruBot, TruCap+, TruBI, and TruAI. Ingram Micro has been associated with Datamatics and is a distributor for the Indian region as well. Ingram Micro delivers a full spectrum of global technology and supply chain services to businesses around the world.
Datamatics is investing to expand its ally network and has more than 170 new business associates globally. The evolving channel ecosystem increases the sales momentum and ensures smooth implementation and support for its products. Teaming with Ingram Micro will provide Datamatics access to Ingram Micro’s network of technology allies across the META region and Tier 2 & 3 locations.
The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 23 September 2020.