Featured by EEtimes: Designing a reliable electronic system with minimum iterations is essential. Learn how Altair® PollEx™ uses Simulation to improve PCB layouts earlier, quickly identify errors, and build a robust design before production.
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Wallbox, a provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions, unveiled Hypernova, the company's fastest and most sophisticated public charging station. As electric vehicles become increasingly popular, there is a need for reliable public chargers that are ultrafast, long-lasting and easy to repair.
The ongoing chip shortage has had an impact on virtually every industry, sending traumatic ripples throughout global supply chains. From automobiles to games consoles and power supplies to graphics processing units, very few have been left unaffected. Here’s a look at the latest developments.
When Samsung SDI transitioned to the electronic materials business, several challenges surfaced that needed to be addressed. The company had to move from digital display control circuits to battery control circuits, requiring a different approach to new electronic designs and related printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing technologies.
Manufacturers today are tasked with designing smart, connected products at a breakneck pace to stay ahead of the competition.
As performance demands continually increase, packaging sizes become smaller, and device connectivity becomes more critical, schematic engineers and product designers need ways to make efficient design decisions and collaborate with one another to optimize complex interconnected mechanical and
electromagnetic systems. To develop the next generation of smart products, organizations are turning simulation to improve device performance and drive profitability.
The ever-increasing pace of innovation in the electronics industry has pushed manufacturers to explore modern approaches to electronic system design to gain a competitive edge. Simulation-driven design holds great promise for delivering smarter products, shortening time to market, and enhancing product design, but it can be difficult to identify a clear roadmap to fully leverage the benefits of this digital approach to product development.