We contributed an article to EECatalog’s Medical Electronics Design By James McDonald, Cactus Semiconductor The health benefits in our future might just rest on how hale, hardy (and cost-effective) developers, including start-ups, can make their implantable medical device proof-
We contributed a post to Planet Analog: [Editor’s note: Co-authors are from Cactus Semiconductor Inc. — Andy Kelly, System and IC Architect, and James McDonald, President.] Implantable medical devices (IMDs) have an approximate size of ~15 to 50 cc. Such devices are common for u
Cactus Semiconductor™ has updated its microprocessor evaluation board for its application-specific standard product (ASSP) medical chip to provide new microcontroller unit (MCU) packaging for easier manufacturability, new inductors for a lower profile, and more. The EB1CSI021™
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) today announced 25 semifinalists in its Spring 2014 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC), a bi-annual business plan competition awarding $3 million annually to talented entrepreneurs. Read the article here.
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