All Charged up Over EVs

By Hwee Yng Yeo

Earlier this year, Tesla announced it will start selling the Tesla Model 3 in Singapore. This is probably welcome news for electric vehicle (EV) afficionados in this tiny island country, which is famous for its chili crabs and infamous* cost of car ownership.

Improving Road Safety With Homologation of Electric Vehicles

By Adeline Lim | Marketing Industry Manager

In the world of connected and portable devices, rechargeable devices are part of our everyday life. From personal devices such as the cell phone, smartwatch, or wireless headset, to home devices such as vacuum cleaners or video game consoles, we need to ensure that they are properly charged with the designated cable and correct power supply to protect the safety of the device and operatable after charging. We certainly do not want our devices to malfunction after charging.

Engaging for Engineering Advancement in America's HBCUs

By Dr. Doug Baney | Corporate Director of Education

Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) play an essential role in higher education for African American engineering students in the United States. The Higher Education Act of 1965 defined HBCUs and their principal mission for the education of Black Americans. According to the National Center for Education Statistics1, there are approximately 300,000 HBCU students, with African American students comprising 76% of enrollment.

Showing Support Through Women's History Month and Beyond

By Mike Wager

In February 1980, the National Women’s History Project (now known as the National Women’s History Alliance) successfully lobbied the US government for the national recognition of women.

The then-President, Jimmy Carter, issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the week of March 8th, 1980 as National Women’s History Week:

How Engineers Are Investing in Their Professional Development

by Marie Hattar | Chief Marketing Officer

It’s hard to believe that nearly a year has passed since a large swath of the business world began working remotely, and many of us transitioned to doing just about everything from home. At times it has felt like the longest year, but it also seems to have passed in the blink of an eye. We’ve learned that people are incredibly resilient, and we have seen this first-hand in our families and friends, our colleagues, our customers, and our businesses. It is truly inspiring.  

Keysight Partners to Launch New Women in Quantum Mentoring Program

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Throughout Women's History Month, we are reminded that mentoring helps us lift each other up while passing the baton to the next generation.

Keysight Technologies is thrilled to partner with Women in Quantum (WIQ) to launch a new Women in Quantum Mentoring Program. The program will connect women working in quantum – in university and industry organizations – to advance networking, knowledge sharing and retention of women in this critical technology field.

Learn more about Women In Quantum

Performance Testing the Vaccine Rollout

By Jaspar Casey

The speed at which COVID-19 vaccines have been developed and produced hasn’t been matched by society’s ability to administer doses. As of this writing, 30 million doses delivered in the US have yet to be administered.

Q&A with Keysight's Director of Inclusion & Diversity — Women's History Month and Gender Diversity Trends

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility

As Keysight’s Senior Director in Global Learning, Leadership Development and Inclusion & Diversity (I&D), Leslie Camino’s role includes activating the company’s enterprise wide ecosystem to foster an inclusive environment that serves as a competitive advantage, while increasing opportunities and innovation through a diverse workforce.

In honor of Women’s History Month, I recently spoke with Leslie about Keysight’s I&D program, the company’s rich history of gender diversity programs, and where she sees the future for women in Keysight.  

Q&A with Keysight's Crisis Incident Commander — Response Efforts Are Part Preparation, Action, and Learning

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility

As Keysight’s Director of Sustainability, Security, and Safety (SSS), Claire McCarthy's role includes being the company’s global incident commander for crises as they arise. That means that on top of her day-to-day job managing the company’s sustainability, security and safety programs worldwide, Claire steps into the frontlines when a crisis event occurs. While having engaged in multiple incidents throughout her career, she has been extremely busy over the last year.

Keysight Launches Test Solution for Electric Vehicle Charging and Grid-Edge Applications

New Scienlab Regenerative AC Emulator enhances existing solution for testing EV and EVSE charging standards and interoperability
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SANTA ROSA, Calif., March 25, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, has launched the SL1200A Series Scienlab Regenerative 3-Phase AC Emulator.


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