St. Charles Trading Inc. brings their modern vision to the food distribution industry once again

Angelena Iglesia

St. Charles Trading Inc., a high quality food ingredient distributor, announces that they have launched their new website as of Aug. 19, 2020.

Since its inception in 1984, St. Charles Trading (SCT) has not stopped growing and innovating. SCT has been in its newly renovated office for roughly two years.



As St. Charles Trading, Inc. pushes past the commonplace into a modernized design and ethos, they have also redesigned their website. They expect their website to invoke the feeling of their office and the great company that it is.

Solid Digital, a full-service digital agency located in Chicago and Portland, was instrumental to the creation of the new St. Charles Trading website. Their collaborative processes and deep understanding of web development helped to create the perfect website to represent the St. Charles Trading, Inc. vision for a modernized food distribution industry.

When asked to reflect on the new website, Matthew

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Best 25 Gadgets to Keep Your House Clean

Angelena Iglesia

Cleaning your house should no longer be an insufferable chore if you make use of some high-tech gadgets and tools to help you around. New cleaning gadgets and smart tech tools appear every year on the market, but how do you know what’s good and what’s rotten? Most consumers will look for cleaning gadgets that are very easy to use and maintain but in the same time not cost an exorbitant price.

In order to save time and energy, tech-savvy persons should not only have at least one cleaning gadget in their house, whether we’re talking about a dishwasher, a smart vacuum cleaner or whatnot. Our professional and personal life is often very busy and we don’t manage to clean our house as we’d like to and hiring professional cleaners isn’t always the cheapest solution. So maybe investing in a house cleaning gadget is the solution you are looking for.

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TSMC’s N12e technology promises to revolutionize low-power IoT devices

Angelena Iglesia

At its annual technology symposium, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. revealed its new process technology designed specifically for ultra-low-power devices.

The N12e node promises to enable improved performance of various internet-of-things (IOT) products that need to combine rich functionality and long battery life. 

Most of ultra-low-power fabrication processes from foundries today rely on planar transistors. By contrast, all high-performance nodes have long been using FinFET transistor with much higher performance and scaling potential. Being an evolution of TSMC’s 12FFC+_ULL node, N12e technology uses FinFET transistors, but offers energy-efficiency beyond that of modern low-power nodes.

Ultra-low-power FinFET

TSMC claims its N12e process has a 76% higher logic density than its 22ULL fabrication technology, a 49% higher speed at a given power or a 55% lower power at a given frequency. In addition, the node reduces SRAM leakage current by 50% and supports 0.4V operation.

(Image credit: TSMC)

Using FinFET technology for a

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