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Shouldn't chipmaker NXP have known better and kept manufacturing chips when the world came to a standstill because of corona? "Impossible," says Jean Schreurs, the top executive of NXP Netherlands.
At NXP in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, work is underway on a new generation of chips that no longer require gold or copper for the connections.
Chip manufacturer NXP wants to keep the history of technology alive. So they asked students from the ArtEZ University of the Arts to use old technologies and machinery as inspiration for art.
The future of the automotive sector lies in the development and use of high-performance, energy-efficient chips that are also resistant to cyber disruption.
In the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge, real growers take on AI models. The competition provides important insights for the future of greenhouse farming, writes Colinda de Beer.
To make connections remotely, that's what the founders of Female Tech Heroes Ingelou Stol and Hilde de Vocht want. Which is why they came up with an alternative for the Female Tech Heroes congress.
The strong competencies of the university in the field of millimeter-wave technology has caused the initiative
There will be a new version of the Tech Xperience Week, which was conceived in 2018. This time with more candidates (not ten but twenty), […]
Those who grew up in the 1980s will remember who Knight Rider was. A fearless detective who wanted to make the world a better and […]
NXP and Momenta, a pioneer in software solutions for autonomous driving, will start a collaboration on automotive-grade Driver Monitoring Solutions (DMS). These solutions help to […]
NXP has acquired Marvell’s Wireless Connectivity portfolio in an all-cash, asset transaction valued at $1.76 billion. The acquisition encompasses Marvell’s WiFi Connectivity Business Unit, Bluetooth […]
The Female Tech Heroes will take place next week, on the 21stof May during the Dutch Technology Week. The event is dedicated to women working […]
NXP and Hawkeye have entered a strategic collaboration in 77GHz radar, “a key technology for safe, autonomous driving”. Hawkeye Technology, based in Nanjing, can help […]
Almost half of the 100 most innovative companies on earth comes from Asia. Japan is the top country with 39 entries; Korea, Taiwan and China […]
NXP has entered a strategic partnership with Kalray, a pioneer in processors for new intelligent systems, in which the two want to enhance the safety […]
The trade war between the United States and China has caused another victim: without the needed approval of the Chines regulator, Qualcomm cannot continue to […]
NXP Semiconductors and Siemens Digital Factory have entered the top-5 of the annual IoT ONE 500 Index. By this, they have been named two of the […]
NXP and Solar Team Eindhoven (known from the Stella and Stella Lux) have won an Automotive Innovation Award (AIA). Solar Team received an Encouragement Award, NXP […]
NXP delivered better than historical seasonal results for the fourth quarter of 2016, with revenue of $2.44 billion, an increase of 52 percent year on […]