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Developers of Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded devices today are able to draw on more opportunities than ever before to realize their projects. Technology companies dedicated to the IoT make investments not only in hardware components but also in software development. The British semiconductor and software design company ARM, mainly known for its computer processor designs, makes business with software development tools too. Their ARM mbed IoT Device Platform is made to simplify development of IoT devices and applications. In 2015 ARM released the first (beta) version of theRead More
NXP 4Mbit EEPROM
EEPROM stands for Electrically Easable Programmable Read-Only Memory. Compared to other non-volatile memories, like Flash and MRAM, EEPROMs require much lower erase and program currents, which make them ideal for all those applications where current consumption matters. Features And Benefits The NXH5104 from NXP is the first 4 Mbit (or 500 kByte) EEPROM in the market. It is offered in the compact WLCSP-13 package with a minimal footprint of 2.80 mm x 2.74 mm, and only 1 external capacitor is required in the most flexible power mode. Power-down current consumptionRead More
IoT hero innovation world cup series
Entrepreneurship and Innovation belong to the core values EBV Elektronik stands for and that drive our business and people forward every day. Since many years already we’ve been working on topics, which can now be allocated to the Internet of Things (IoT). Whether sensor technology, connectivity or security, EBV has been continuously active in all these areas for over a decade. Thus, it makes sense then and it is consistent that we started the collaboration with the Innovation World Cup series just recently. More than 10 years ago, Navispace broughtRead More
EBV & Nexperia
Many changes could be observed in the semiconductor market in the recent times. Chip makers buy others in order to broaden their portfolio, to generate synergy effects and to be able to offer better services and more products to their customers. For instance, the ink of the Freescale-NXP merger has hardly dried yet, when further news received us from the Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP. Nexperia, NXP’s former standard product business, now strikes out in its own. It has been announced on June 14, 2016, that Nexperia would be divested fromRead More
EBV supplier maxim integrated

Posted On February 2, 2017By Christian JakobIn Commercial News

EBV and Maxim Integrated Join Forces

At the beginning of 2017, our distribution agreement with Maxim Integrated became effective. During the electronica 2016 trade fair in Munich, the partnership was announced. As of January 1st, the US-based company is officially part of the EBV line card. Time to introduce Maxim Integrated in more detail. Founded in 1983, Maxim’s world headquarters is located in San José, California, United States. Globally the company has about 7100 employees and has offices in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Listed on the NASDAQ 100 (MXIM), Maxim gained a revenue of approximatelyRead More
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Posted On November 17, 2016By Christian JakobIn Commercial News, EBVchips

EBV Broadens IoT EBVchips Product Family With IRIS

It was great news at electronica 2016, when Eckart Voskamp, EBV Director Product Innovation, announced a new solution of the EBVchips program during the press conference. IRIS targets various applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). For a couple of years already, as the leading EMEA semiconductor distribution specialist EBV differentiates from the competition and created a business idea with the so-called EBVchips program. Since then a series of solutions have been developed in cooperation with manufacturing suppliers and partners tailored to specific customer requirements. The EBVchips program is notRead More
electronica-2016-booth
It took many months for planning and preparing. Countless hours of brainstorming, coordination and organisation to get ready for one of the most important events, EBV is participating. And when the time comes to welcome the visitor on our booth finally, time flies by like in the twinkling of an eye. A busy but exciting week at electronica 2016 is coming to an end. In case you were not able to attend the world’s leading trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications, we want to provide you a littleRead More
electronica-2016

Posted On November 9, 2016By Christian JakobIn Commercial News, Electronica

Electronica 2016 – Recap Day 2

Electronica 2016 is already halfway through. Here’s a little recap of the second day at the fair taking place at the International Congress Center in Munich. And there’s again plenty to tell. Here we go! A little bit tired still, after the EBV customer train party last night, we opened our booth this morning. Plenty of curious visitor came by to explore the EBV IoT Journey. So our booth staff was busy explaining the manifold portfolio EBV is offering with regard to the Internet of Things. There’s of course allRead More

Posted On November 8, 2016By Christian JakobIn Commercial News, Electronica, Internet of Things

Electronica 2016 – Recap Day 1

An exciting first day of electronica 2016 at the International Conference Center in Munich/Germany is over. We were busy literally until the last minute before the exhibition opened to set up and clean our booth in Hall A5. But right in time we made it, and we were prepared for the visitors, clients and partners we invited. When they arrived they recognized at first sight our completely new booth concept. Much more spacious than two years ago without any workstations, but with plenty of tables for customer talks. Eye-catching forRead More
releasing-your-creativity-stm32-h7
The STM32 family counts a new member. Two years after STMicroelectronics launched their first Cortex-M7 based STM32F7, they announced just recently the launch of the new STM32H7 that promises maximum performance. The microcontroller community is aware of the numerous variations of STM32 offering variable peripherals and various package sizes and forms. Additionally, thanks to a small chip size it can be offered cost-effectively. The STM32 family is a truly success story and has been shipped already more than 2 billion times. The 32-bit Flash microcontrollers based on the ARM® Cortex®‑M7Read More