Total Cost Of Ownership Wins Contract For Hino Trucks

Total Cost Of Ownership Wins Contract For Hino TrucksFavourable whole-of-life running costs and modern cabin design have led to a significant fleet order for Hino Australia from one of Australia's foremost freight and logistics organisations.

StarTrack has contracted Hino Australia to supply 52 new trucks for deployment within its fleet nationally, consisting of 34 Hino 300 Series and 18 Hino 500 Series models (in both long and short-wheelbase variants).

Mitsubishi Develops Eco-friendly, Low-cost Ga Recycling Technology

Mitsubishi Develops Eco-friendly, Low-cost Ga Recycling TechnologyMitsubishi Materials Corp developed a technology to recover gallium (Ga) from Ga scrap with a low cost and low environmental burden.

With the technology, Ga can be exclusively extracted without smelting all the scrap. Because the new method enables to drastically reduce the amount of chemical solution, environmental load can be reduced.

Fujitsu Conax Certified Set-top Box Chipsets To Ensure Content Security For Cost-sensitive Markets

Fujitsu CONAX Certified Set-Top Box Chipsets to Ensure Content Security for Cost-Sensitive MarketsFujitsu today announced that its HDTV multi-decoder processor MB86H611 with advanced security architecture has been successfully certified by CONAX, one of the world's leading providers of advanced content protection across broadcast, broadband and OTT solutions. The announcement underscores the good market fit for the company's HDTV decoder family, since modern content security architectures are increasingly relying on the video chipset.

Fujitsu Cost-effective Optical Transceiver That Double Data Transmission Speeds To 25 Gbps

Fujitsu cost-effective optical transceiver that double data transmission speeds to 25 Gbps Fujitsu today announced the development of a compact, cost-effective optical transceiver, a necessary step toward developing optical interconnects for high-speed, high-bandwidth data transmission among CPUs in the next generation of servers.

The data rate and space available for mounting the optical transceivers in use today are obstacles in the way of making future high-performance servers a reality. Fujitsu Laboratories therefore achieved improvements on the driver IC circuit and module packaging structures, enabling transfer speeds of 25 Gbps over each channel in next-generation interconnects, a necessary step toward doubling conventional transmission rates.