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Opinion :  Big data sets drones to fly - Power grids – How many EVs can be charged simultaneously
News & Technology : Philips offloads LED lighting components units for USD 2.8bn - 3D Qualcomm SoCs by 2016 - Jaguar Land Rover Group Engineering Director’s Interview - Delphi selected to build Audi’s autopilot computer - IDT to speed CERN data analytics - How will deep learning change SoCs - Electronics printed in France - IBM invests 3 billion USD to bring IoT to the enterprise - Intel targets smartglasses with purchase of two Swiss startups - Analog EDA finally automated - Cyber-physical systems as the basis of IoT : Europe has it all
Design & Products : Optoelectronics -  Wearable & implantable electronics - M2M Communications   

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Unique Ser/Des technology supports encrypted video and audio content with full duplex bi-directional control channel over a single wire interface.


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