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The Manufacturing News Consolidator

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Below is the archive collection of that news categorized by Innovation, Workforce Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Other News.

Innovation News

Kioxia seeks to make the SSD more programmable

NAND flash maker Kioxia has expanded its Software-Enabled Flash technology to bring a greater degree of programmability to NAND storage. The move will benefit hyperscalers the most but will have benefits for enterprises and SMBs…

Ford, Walmart Plan Deliveries with Self-driving Cars

The world’s largest retailer is partnering with an automotive giant and its autonomous technology affiliate to roll out a self-driving delivery service in three U.S. cities. Ford and Walmart announced that the automaker’s test vehicles,…

Ericsson and PowerLight demonstrate wireless powered 5G base station

Ericsson and PowerLight have demonstrated what they claim to be the world’s first wireless powered 5G base station. The proof-of-concept (PoC) demo milestone was achieved recently in Seattle using optical beaming—a laser-based technology that converts…

Royal Caribbean Cruises Creatively with Intelligent IoT Bracelet

Passengers cruising the ocean in luxury on one of Royal Caribbean’s ships soon are expected to be sporting custom IoT wristbands for around-the-ship activities. Rather than selecting an off-the-shelf, connected wearable, Royal Caribbean decided to…

Sussex IM Molds a Preventive Solution to Traumatic Brain Injury

The Q-Collar is described as the first device of its kind designed to protect athletes and military and civilian safety personnel from traumatic brain injury (TBI). Worn externally, the product developed by Q30 Innovations recently…
Workforce Development News

Driving Remote Innovation Through Conflict and Collaboration

To stimulate and refine ideas for innovation, organizations have traditionally relied on the energy of face-to-face, copresent teams collaborating both formally and informally in meetings, cubicles, and corridors, and at watercoolers. The dynamic energy created…

13 most difficult-to-fill IT jobs

The lineup of toughest IT jobs to fill hasn’t changed much since last year, but one new factor might ease the situation in the months to come. Thanks to the work-from-home phenomenon, more people are…

A Look at Intel’s Approach to Remote Operation

Like most manufacturing companies Intel needed to take an initiative to figure out how to empower working from home without interrupting production throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In order for its factories to run safely, it…
Mergers & Acquisitions News

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Other News

WAGO’s TOPJOB S Mini terminal blocks

WAGO has expanded their TOPJOB S Mini terminal block series to include a version for 12 AWG. Like the rest of the Mini family, this version features all of the advantages of our the TOPJOB S…

Airbus, Boeing China Airline Orders Backlog Shrinking

In past years, whenever Boeing and Airbus highlighted how bright the future looked and how vast the growth opportunities were going to be, they would point east. As the number of Chinese middle-class travelers grew,…

7 Industry Updates You Need to Know This Week [60-second Read]

1. New $4.5 Billion Hydrogen Energy Complex Coming to Louisiana “This landmark megaproject will not only create jobs but make Louisiana and Ascension Parish leaders in the U.S. clean energy transition,” said Seifi Ghasemi, Air…

Cisco NaaS study: IT pros are interested but wary

As IT pros evaluate the role of network-as-a-service, they weigh the upsides of quicker access to new technologies and faster incident-response times against loss of control over security and potential disruptions caused by transitioning away…
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