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Analog Devices Completes Acquisition of Linear Technology

Analog Devices, Inc. announced the completion of its acquisition of Linear Technology Corporation. The combination creates a premier analog technology company with a comprehensive suite of high performance analog offerings and integrated engineering, manufacturing, sales and support that will accelerate innovation and revenue growth.


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High-Speed Downlink LTE-Advanced Pro Subscribers Will Reach 641 Million in 2021

As LTE-Advanced Pro deployments gain momentum across the world, the technology, presented as a successor to current LTE-Advanced networks, is the stepping stone to 5G for mobile operators. LTE-Advanced Pro is available in different flavors and covers an extensive range of use cases. ABI Research forecasts global subscribers for high-speed data throughput will exceed 641 million in 2021, with 87% stemming from Asia Pacific, North America, and Western Europe.


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Arrow Electronics Adds Market’s Smallest 24 GHz Industrial Radar Chipset from Infineon

Arrow Electronics Inc. announced it will offer an integrated intelligent motion-sensing module featuring the market's smallest 24 GHz industrial radar chipset from Infineon Technologies AG, a world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. The small form factor and ultra-low- power radar module provides precise motion detection data which can be translated into optimized functionalities and features of next-generation smart and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.


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U.S. DOT Advances Deployment of Connected Vehicle Technology to Prevent Crashes

Citing an enormous potential to reduce crashes on U.S. roadways, the U.S. Department of Transportation issued a proposed rule that would advance the deployment of connected vehicle technologies throughout the U.S. The Notice would enable V2V communication technology on all new light-duty vehicles, enabling a multitude of new crash-avoidance applications that, once fully deployed, could prevent hundreds of thousands of crashes every year.


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