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Today Vicor released four new DCM products in the VIA package

Today Vicor released four additional DC-DC converters that are deployed in the rugged, chassis-mountable versions of its DCM™ family of isolated, regulated DC-DC converters. These new products extend the family by adding two 270V and two 28V nominal products
to the family. (See Table 1)

Merits of Hardware Cryptography over Software Cryptography stars

Cryptography is a method of storing and transmitting data in a particular form so that only those for whom it is intended can read and process it.  Cryptography uses ciphers to encrypt the information and later decrypt the same information to the intended receiver only.  Modern cryptography is heavily based on complex mathematical analysis and computer science.  The algorithm is designed to ensure computational hardness assumptions making it almost impossible for the unintended recipient to break it.

Microsemi Announces the Lowest Power Member of the SparX-IV Managed Ethernet Switch Family

With Up to 10 Ports, Fully L2/L3 Managed Device Delivers a Flexible, Feature-Rich and Low Power Solution for Industrial Ethernet and Enterprise Applications

Microsemi Corporation
(Nasdaq: MSCC), a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, today announced the availability of the latest member of its SparX-IV Ethernet switch product family, VSC7440 SparX-IV-34, designed to enable more cost effective, smaller form factor and lower power networking solutions with 2.5G and 10 gigabit Ethernet connectivity. The fully L2/L3 managed Ethernet switch, which provides up to 10 ports supporting a combination of 1G, 2.5G and 10G Ethernet ports, delivers a flexible and feature-rich solution for enterprise networking including small and midsize business (SMB), small and midsize enterprise (SME), and industrial Ethernet applications.

Molex Features Temp-Flex® Foam-Core Cable at IMS 2016

New ultra-low-loss coaxial microwave cable provides customized and off-the-shelf options

Molex will feature its new Temp-Flex® Foam-Core Ultra-Low-Loss Coaxial Microwave Cable in booth 1911 at the IEEE 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS), to be held May 22 – 27 at The Moscone Center in San Francisco. Temp-Flex Foam-Core Cable combines space savings with an effective dielectric that eliminates “phase knee” and provides ease of termination. It also achieves 80% velocity of propagation (VOP) loss characteristics, which produces more reliable signal performance and lower loss characteristics than air-enhanced PTFE cable.

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