China’s first Ka high-speed satellite Internet aircraft successfully made its maiden flight, enjoying 100 megabit Internet speed at an altitude of 10,000 meters

Online shopping, watching dramas, playing games, sending emails, typing codes… In the future, you can also enjoy smooth Internet services by plane! On July 7, China’s first true high-speed satellite… Read more »

Japanese media said TSMC has stopped taking orders from Huawei Latest update: rumors have been refuted

According to a report from the Nikkei Asian Review, multiple sources revealed that TSMC, the world’s largest contract chip maker, has stopped accepting new orders from Huawei as a response… Read more »

A new generation of vision technology empowers supply chain enterprises to move towards a new “vision” world

【Introduction】With the ever-changing production goals and the increasingly tight fulfillment time, manufacturing and logistics companies have also undergone tremendous changes in recent years, and there is an urgent need to… Read more »

Siemens acquires PRO DESIGN’s proFPGA product family, expanding its leading IC verification portfolio

Following the release of the next-generation Veloce™ hardware-assisted verification system, Siemens Digital Industries Software continues its new move, signing an agreement with Germany-based PRO DESIGN Electronic to acquire its proFPGA… Read more »

Yike Company: Wireless Communication Solution Based on HMI and GPRS Technology

Introduction: With the continuous development of automation technology, customers need to conduct more accurate and in-depth monitoring of the working conditions of field equipment. The communication method used has developed… Read more »

Two U.S. towns go offline, thousands of organizations hit, ransomware ‘shuts everything down’ globally

The impact of the Kaseya supply chain ransomware attack has spread to organizations further downstream, two U.S. towns that do not do any business with Kaseya, shutting down all systems… Read more »

Intel and the American Red Cross to use artificial intelligence technology for disaster preparedness

The American Red Cross and its Missing Maps project are working with Intel to apply artificial intelligence to map disaster-prone areas in developing countries to help them prepare for disasters…. Read more »