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Asperitas looks to flood the IT cooling industry

After development of its immersed cooling system for maritime-based data centers, Haarlem-based clean-tech scale-up Asperitas opted to change course and instead focus on terra firma, looking to paint the data center industry green.

Headlines

TU Delft goes deep with new optical imaging method
UT and the University of Münster team up for “intelligent matter”
VLSI: semi equipment market to grow 16.6 percent this year
NWA funding for taking quantum technology to the public
Lionix helps ETH to scale quantum computer

Pharrowtech emits mm-wave fixed wireless for broadband internet

As demand for broadband internet network capacity skyrockets, DSL – the legacy phone line system – is headed straight into a brick wall. For this dilemma, the Imec spin-off Pharrowtech is proposing a new take on an old technology: fixed wireless access.

In other news

German utility to order 14,000 electric cars (EN24)
AI dominating Gartner Hype Cycle (Electronics Weekly)
Bosch’s e-stroller tech helps carry your baby uphill (Engadget)

Eindhoven: the center of AI engineering

The Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute, including the AI Engineering Lab, is set to make the Brainport region the center for AI in engineering.