Price into the key to popularizing LED lighting

At this stage, while LED lighting products continue to improve technical performance, what is urgently needed is to control production costs as much as possible in all aspects of the industrial chain, and ultimately increase the penetration rate of LED lighting in the civilian market. Noto ...READING MORE...

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China's wire and cable industry welcomes a turning …

Although China's wire and cable industry has gone through more than two decades and has made considerable progress, it still does not go beyond the big and weak circle, and there is still a big gap compared with world-class companies. There are many problems such as low industrial conc ...READING MORE...

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Marvell launches consumable security chip PA800 with Cr…

21ic News Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) today introduced a consumable security chip, the Marvell® PA800, which uses a complete industry-leading solution to address the challenges of system supplies safety and stability. The PA800 uses Cryptography Research's (CRI) latest consumable CryptoFirewall ...READING MORE...

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Lang Xianping: China's LCD panel industry will repe…

The days when domestic color TV manufacturers have been "smashed their necks" by panel makers have been around for a long time. "They said how they would go up," the industry insiders said bluntly. "If you don't accept it, they will stop supplying. The memo signed befo ...READING MORE...

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IWatt Introduces LED Drivers for Commercial and Wireles…

Power management integrated circuit (IC) supplier IWatt has introduced an innovative digital AC/DC LED driver platform designed to address cost, performance and longevity in commercial and wireless solid-state lighting (SSL) systems. The iW3630, the first device in the new platform, is a two-stage ...READING MORE...

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Photovoltaic equipment spending dropped by as much as 7…

On the 21st, according to the latest report of NPDSolarbuzz, solar PV equipment spending in 2012 dropped from a peak of 12.9 billion U.S. dollars in 2011 to 3.6 billion U.S. dollars, a drop of 72%. This shows that PV manufacturers actually stopped investing in new production capacity and r ...READING MORE...

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