LoRaWAN® and customised IoT industry solutions:
Swiss MIROMICO AG and GLYN sign Europe-wide distribution agreement
From LoRa® and LoraWAN® solutions to market-ready IoT products:
Swiss MIROMICO AG and GLYN have signed a Europe-wide distribution agreement.
MIROMICO is an innovative and leading Swiss high-tech company based in Zurich. The company specialises in the development of integrated circuits (IC), electronic systems and products for the Internet-of-Things (IoT).
99.999% Quality of Service (QoS) with NVMe systems
A service level agreement with 99.999 % availability for computational storage systems is considered a "magic value". That is only 5 minutes of downtime per year.
To achieve this, a new approach to data storage is required. A solution that maximises the read experience and write performance. Power consumption and scalability are also optimised in NGD's products.
Design-in DRAM modules for the industry:
Memory solutions from KINGSTON
Always adapted to the evolution of technologies, software and boards -.
The main memory must always master all desired processes.
Excellent performance requires excellent product selection:
- How do I choose the right module?
- Which parameters are essential for smooth operation in an application?
66% increase in total write performance:
New 3D TLC SSDs now at MLC level
Greater writing performance and increased durability.
With the new 3D SATA SSDs from ATP, you choose the operating mode. Made from new NAND technology, these Serial ATA Solid State Drives (SATA SSDs) offer:
- a write performance in regular TLC mode equivalent to the previous MLC values
- an increase in durability in pseudo Single Level Cell (pSLC) mode, reaching SLC levels for the first time.
Start into the real-time level with five Cortex cores:
The i.MX8M-PLUS CoM modules from Ka-Ro
Computer-on-Modules for real-time applications.
On the new products, Ka-Ro has integrated the new i.MX-8M-Plus application processor from NXP. The processor has four Cortex-A53 cores that can be clocked at up to 1.6 GHz and a Cortex-M7 core with up to 700 MHz for real-time applications.
Compact "Tiger" as a single-board computer:
AAEON´s PICO-TGU4 is capable of 2.5 Gbps
This "tiger" has up to 32 GBytes of RAM and is 2.5 Gbps fast.
AAEON's PICO-TGU4s combine the performance and technology of the 11th generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 and Celeron processors (Tiger Lake) in the small PICO-ITX form factor.
They offer a performance increase of up to 25 % compared to the previous generations. Equipped with TPM and up to 32 GBytes of onboard LPDDR4x memory, they thus contribute to secure and more efficient operation.
Current measurement already integrated:
Bipolar step motor driver for low-power applications
Low BOM costs, high motor current and extremely quiet operation:
The TC78H670FTG stepper motor driver from TOSHIBA is recommended for battery- or accumulator-powered applications with high integration density.
The IC can drive a stepper motor with a resolution of up to 128 microsteps and a voltage of 2.5 V to 16 V at currents of up to 2 A.
SILICON LABS Live Online Seminar:
Busy Bee - the "busy bee" among the 8-bit MCUs
A "busy bee" is the high-speed and ultra-low-power microcontroller EFM8™ Busy Bee series from SILICON LABS.
Especially in cost-sensitive applications where analogue and communication peripherals are required at low power consumption, the Busy Bee family shows its strengths.
This online seminar will give you a deep insight into the technology and functionality of the Busy Bee series. Using a live demo of the starter kit, you will learn the first steps in programming and integration into your application.
GLYN-Talk - Topic of the month:
RTCs - Precise measurement of times with minimum power consumption
RTCs with time accuracies from 1 ppm from MICRO CRYSTAL.
Extremely high time accuracy with extremely low current consumption from just 45 nA. The manufacturer MICRO CRYSTAL offers a wide range of crystals and real-time clocks for every application. Minimum dimensions of 3.2 x 1.5 mm meet time accuracies from 1 ppm for the RTCs.
Series of events in the context of career orientation
Due to the cancellation of student internships in the last 1.5 years because of the pandemic, the current generation of students has a deficit in practical career orientation. We ourselves were able to gain a large number of trainees from earlier internships. The loss of these traineeships has left us with a gap that we need to compensate for.
With the event series "GLYN meets..." we offer a good insight into the design and implementation of training at GLYN in schools as a substitute for internships. It serves us as another tool in training marketing, but is not intended to replace the necessary practical internships.