Wireless & M2M News
Greatbatch Announces Acquisition of IntelliSensing     October 30, 2007

Electrochem Commercial Power to acquire the wireless sensing company, extend its product portfolio from lithium cells and battery packs to full technology solutions.More>>

Sensicast WSN Manages Solar Power for Smart Building     October 30, 2007

Ferreira Construction builds first commercial Net Zero Electric building, wins NJ Clean Energy Award.More>>

Microsemi Awarded $1.6m R&D Contract by AFRL     October 29, 2007

The company's Power Products Group to develop silicon carbide RF power products for airborne avionics.More>>

GE Fanuc Introduces TranSphere Wireless for Automation     October 26, 2007

The solution reduces wiring and termination costs for device, machine, and controller connectivity.More>>

Freescale Expands Operations in China     October 26, 2007

The semiconductor vendor has opened a design center in Chengdu to complement its growing operations in Shanghai and Tianjin.More>>

ISA and HART Set Course for Integrating Their Wireless Standards     October 26, 2007

The approach will attempt to accommodate the HART 7 wireless protocol in release 1 of the ISA100.11a standard through a dual-gateway architecture.More>>

Ansoft Releases New Permanent Magnetic Material Library     October 25, 2007

The collection includes the property descriptions of more than 31 permanent magnet materials from Shin-Etsu Magnetics, which can be used with Maxwell electromagnetic-field simulation software.More>>

Aeris, Wireless Monitoring Solutions Partner for M2M     October 24, 2007

Companies partnering to provide GSM/GPRS network access for M2M and telematics applications.More>>

Planar Energy Devices Secures $4 Million Venture Funding     October 23, 2007

Company is spun out of the U.S. DOE's National Renewable Energy Lab; will focus on next-gen thin-film lithium batteries.More>>

Crossbow Announces Internet Gateway for Wireless Sensors     October 23, 2007

The Stargate Netbridge has built-in embedded applications to provide easy access to wireless sensor data from any browser.More>>










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