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Effect Photonics’ optical transceivers tune in to the market

It’s been quite the journey, but Effect Photonics is finally ready to take the telecom market by storm with its tunable optical transceivers. In doing so, it will give the Dutch Photondelta integrated photonics ecosystem a most welcome boost, too.

Headlines

Volkswagen plugs in NXP’s battery management system
UT lets one AI train another
NXP pens partnerships to propel AI portfolio
UT researcher looks to put intelligent anti-poaching sensor in the wild
Philips Q3 healthy despite corona
Phenom veteran Jos Maas takes the helm at Nearfield Instruments
Ericsson gets the call for KPN’s 5G core

Towards an internet of secure things

With billions, and in the near future potentially trillions, of connected devices, the internet of things is a growing security and privacy threat. Bringing together over 40 partners from academia, industry, government and civil society, the Intersect project is laying the groundwork for an internet of secure things. On 14 and 15 October, the consortium is organizing its first annual conference.

In other news

AI Is throwing battery development into overdrive (Wired)
Chile’s calming message for carmakers worried about lithium supplies (Bloomberg)
Electricity from falling water droplets (U-Today)

Make money from data

Not using your data, or just giving it to someone else to build a business around, is the worst thing you can do.

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