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2004  
 

17 November 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Problems loom for African wireless network operators
  • Rittal's open-day displays its innovative power to stay one decisive step ahead!
  • Products of the Year 2004
  • Conlog takes gold and silver awards in ESI's 2004 electrical Olympics
  • Joint initiative to promote ICT and electronics sector in KZN
  • Webb appoints UK export partners for communications products
  • SA-Australia partnership to drive electrotechnical and ICT sectors growth
  • Market dynamics in automotive semiconductor markets
  • Teachers brought to the students via wireless broadband technology
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part XIV
  • A new era for enclosure technology as Rittal enters South Africa with a wholly-owned subsidiary
 

3 November 2004

Feature Articles:
  • SA's first ISO-compliant e-waste company launched
  • AfriNIC moves forward and promotes regional integration
  • Tribute to John Dunbar
  • Opinions on WiMAX thought to be poles apart
 

20 October 2004

Feature Articles:
  • CBI's South African partners at electronica 2004 offer electrifying opportunities
  • South African CBI partner companies at electronica 2004
  • IBM claims new computer is now world's fastest
  • Power leaders aim to increase market share in Africa
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part XIII
 

6 October 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Communica named as one of the Top 300 BEE companies
  • Parsec expands its horizons
  • Company signs KH Distributors to supply high-tech electronic design aid to SA designers
  • RF Cable & Connector Supplies - your one-stop shop for radio communications requirements
  • Local company to establish ICT manufacturing plant in India
  • Design excellence awards show top local innovation
  • Innovative ID card aids worker safety
 

22 September 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Saving a packet on IP - South Africa cheers
  • Least developed countries explore ICT use as escape from poverty trap
  • South Africa's first International Science, Innovation and Technology Exhibition announced
  • IDXOnline appointed to operate Profibus Competence Centre in South Africa
 

8 September 2004

Feature Articles:
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part XII
  • INSITE
  • Big growth ahead for wireless-enabled machines in key segments
  • Falling prices drive M2M advances across several fronts
  • Billions at stake for DSP in consumer electronics
  • Latest advances in components and wireless technologies drive M2M growth
  • WJ Communications acquires EiC's wireless infrastructure business
  • New wireless communications user forum
 

25 August 2004

Feature Articles:
  • KZN electronics industry association formed to stimulate growth and employment
  • Local electronics (electrotechnical) industry to get export assistance through SAVANT initiative
  • Wireless & Mobile Technology 2004
  • Biometrics 2004
  • ZigBee market explosion forecast for 2006
 

11 August 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Avnet Kopp notches up another success
  • SACCS transparently replaces well-known Molex, but with new value-added offerings
  • Phoenix Contact signs agreement with Electrocomp
  • Integr8 & Autom8 has introduced ArTem to South Africa
  • Siemens launches new partner programme
  • Enclosure Solutions awarded Emka distributorship
  • Grintek presents milestone diplexer to MTN
  • Connector design no longer simple
 

28 July 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Hawker Richardson commissions high-tech production line at Shurlok
  • FM top 100 websites that save you time and money
  • Biometrics 2004
  • Wireless and mobile technology 2004
  • Growth continues for high performance analog
  • Credit card can now 'sing for your supper'
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part XI
  • TV becomes 'communications centre'
 

14 July 2004

Feature Articles:
  • The world of plastics takes on a better reception
  • Wi-Fi and UWB to play leapfrog in home entertainment
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part X
 

30 June 2004

Feature Articles:
  • South Africans pay the price for Telkom profits
  • It is no longer about equipment, it is all about service
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part IX
  • Instead of the walls having ears, they can talk now too
  • ASIC market alive and well
 

16 June 2004

Feature Articles:
  • World Bank funds innovation project to assist inventors in commercialisation process
  • New laser-based stencil cutting facility sets up shop
  • '1' could be the answer to tough Comrades Marathon
  • First IPC training course held in SA
  • RCDD qualifications becoming highly sought after - local training available
 

2 June 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Avnet Kopp strategically adds two new semiconductor lines to its supplier portfolio
  • Technique discovered to control fluids using silicon 'nanograss'
  • New distribution for lead-free solder for high temperature applications
 

19 May 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Trends in SMT manufacture and high speed digital circuit board design
  • The long awaited telecommunications competition - how it will actually affect South Africa
  • PC/104 module helps machine walk
  • GBT SA to distribute Varta Micro-battery line
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part VIII
  • Users are opting to connect to the Internet without cables with new wireless broadband
  • CommScope now locally represented by Hiconnex
  • Trolley Scan breaks another barrier
 

5 May 2004

Feature Articles:
  • New advance towards superconductor wires
  • A new dimension in 3D display panels
  • Beyond 'nano' to 'atto' with a scale sensitive enough to weigh a virus
  • AAD receives outstanding achievement award
  • Dimension Data appoints BEE company as primary cabling and networking supplier
 

21 April 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Winners of National Instruments 2003 Academic Competition announced
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in SA - Part VI
  • New embedded single board computer standard defines bridge to future
  • Philips expert delivers seminar at F'SATIE graduate school
 

7 April 2004

Feature Articles:
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part V
  • Three European distribution awards for EBV Elektronik
  • It is no longer sufficient to have the leading manufacturers on the line card
  • The case for distributors
  • Beware counterfeit electronic components
  • 'Short' autonomous drive in Grand Challenge likened to Wright brothers' first flight
  • Silicon chips with ultra-cold atoms could be the future of computing
  • Grintek Ewation receives international quality award
 

24 March 2004

Feature Articles:
  • Agreement with Microchip expands Arrow Altech Distribution's semiconductor portfolio
  • PSoC - the configurable mixed-signal array with on-chip controller
  • RoHS to obsolete entire catalogues overnight
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in SA - Part IV
 

10 March 2004

Feature Articles:
  • KZN Innovation Support Centre calls on 'bright sparks' to bring ideas to the table
  • Analog market significantly improved in 2003
  • Forecast expects 7,2% growth for connector industry
  • ZigBee set for widespread adoption
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in SA - Part III
  • CSIR develops unique web camera
 

25 February 2004

Feature Articles:
  • The issue of lead-free solder and its impact on the local electronics industry
  • SA television manufacturing industry needs rationalisation, manufacturing hubs
  • Test seminars offered: High-speed digital design and SMT manufacturing and test
  • Revolutionary ceramic transformer developed
  • Memec to distribute TransDimension USB profucts
  • 'Black Box' for trains - a runaway winner
 

11 February 2004

Feature Articles:
  • 2003: The year the Mafia moved in - 2004: The year of Superworm
  • SIA predicts robust growth for the semiconductor industry
  • Prospects for 2004 as seen by CME
  • With hindsight – what can we expect for 2004?
  • 2003 ‘International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors’ released
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa – Part II
  • Prospects for the electronics industry
  • PCB seminars for electronics design and manufacturing companies
  • Comment from ADEC – Industry prospects for 2004
 

28 January 2004

Feature Articles:
  • An update on the state of the electronics industry in South Africa - Part I
  • ISO 9000:1994 standards expired
  • IP multicasting - the forgotten holy grail?
  • Eurosmc represented by Spescom MeasureGraph
  • Channel partnerships ensure Philips' success
 
 
 
 
 
 
         
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