Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > AES

AES Search results

?
?
total search358 articles
2010-06-29 MCU ensures USB security for token apps
Maxim Integrated Products is rolling out the MAXQ1010 highly integrated, low-power 16bit microcontroller that adds security to USB token and USB card reader applications.
2013-08-01 Maximising sub-1GHz spectrum for IoT
Learn how to take advantage of the expanded number of sub-1GHz channels available in the new IEEE 802.15.4 standard to build for ZigBee / 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, and high-speed ISM networks.
2012-07-26 Maxim's security manager ensures smart grid infrastructure security
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX36025 adds secure encryption to critical points of data aggregation within the smart grid.
2002-08-21 Marvell tames 802.11b power, security
Marvell has released two chipsets that aim at reducing power consumption, increasing security and mitigating interference in these WLANs.
2005-05-23 Make the right choices when building ZigBee applications
While ZigBee is an open standard, it also grants OEMs great latitude in how much of their product should be open to third-party vendors.
2005-09-16 Make right choices when building Zigbee apps
Increase your Zigbee's performance without encountering drawbacks in your design platforms.
2015-03-04 Low-power MCUs set world record in efficiency
Drawing from the strengths of the ARM Cortex-M4 core and its ultra low-power MCU technology, STMicroelectronics introduces the STM32L4 MCU series, which gained the highest score in the EEMBC test.
2014-09-01 Low-power MCUs claim to reduce BOM, product size
The 46 ultra-low-power MSP430 FRAM microcontrollers from TI flaunt more memory, features and integration to allow developers to cut power consumption, BOM and product size.
2009-11-10 Low-power IP camera ref design delivers 30fps
From Texas Instruments Inc. comes a new Internet Protocol (IP) camera reference design that provides low-power, high-definition (HD) video processing for the video surveillance market.
2009-07-02 Low-power FPGAs come with security features
Altera Corp. has announced the Altera Cyclone III LS FPGAs, a low-power FPGA family with security features. These devices offer 0.25W of static power for 200K logic elements.
2010-08-06 Low-cost SD decoder targets growing markets
STMicroelectronics rolls a decoder chip designed for low-cost, standard-definition STBs in the fast-growing markets of China, Eastern Europe and India.
2014-11-27 Lollipop 5.0: Encryption causes bitter performance drops
Google ups the security features in its latest release of the Android OS, but the improvement proves to be the hard candy that causes as much as 62.9 per cent drop in random read performance, and 50.5 per cent in random write performance.
2004-04-05 Leopard Logic rolls out Gladiator CLD reference design
Leopard Logic has introduced a reference design to showcase its Gladiator CLD6400 configurable logic device in a PowerPC companion chip application.
2005-01-21 Lenovo slots in Atheros WLAN chips into new laptops
Lenovo Group Ltd (formerly Legend Computer), a PC vendor in China, has integrated Atheros Communications' single-chip 802.11g solution into new wireless-enabled laptops that will be sold in China and other markets.
2009-06-17 LatticeXP2 configuration encryption and security usage guide
The LatticeXP2 devices are non-volatile and have on-chip configuration Flash. Once programmed (either by JTAG or SPI port), this data is a part of the FPGA device and can be used to self-download the SRAM portion without requiring any additional external boot prom.
2013-07-23 Lattice rolls out 3-step solution for 3D product design
Lattice Technology's upgraded solution set solution uses the XVL, an advanced 3D data format that is typically one half of one per cent of the native CAD model size, while still maintaining accuracy.
2011-11-22 KVM-over-IP switches support up to 8-16 servers
Raritan's Dominion KVM solutions offer BIOS-level access and control of servers for small to midsize businesses.
2005-09-08 Jennic unveils new wireless MCU
Jennic's wireless MCU combines a 32bit RISC core, fully-compliant 2.4GHz IEEE802.15.4 transceiver and integrated 64KB ROM and 96KB RAM memory blocks, all in a single 8-by-8mm 56 lead QFN chip package.
2007-01-12 Jennic touts sub-$3 price for new wireless MCUs
Jennic has unveiled its JN513x family of wireless microcontrollers (MCUs). IEEE802.15.4B and ZigBee variants of the MCUs are available.
2005-09-07 Jennic pushes Zigbee compliant microcontroller
Fabless semiconductor company Jennic has started sampling and producing in volume a single chip Zigbee compliant wireless microcontroller.
2005-04-28 Japanese companies team to protect content on removable hard drives
Hitachi Ltd, Pioneer Corp., Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd, and Sharp Corp. have agreed to develop and license Security Architecture For Intelligent Attachment (SAFIA) content protection technologies for removable hard drives used in consumer electronics and PCs.
2006-07-28 IP coprocessor eases Wi-Fi encryption on M2M apps
Connect One has released a secure IP coprocessor that promises easy addition of encrypted Wi-Fi connectivity to price-sensitive machine-to-machine applications.
2003-06-04 Interphase cards eliminate network bottlenecks
The 45NS (PMC) and 55NS (PCI) network security acceleration adapters from Interphase Corp. are designed to eliminate the bottleneck on network traffic caused by VPNs, gateways, secure routers, and firewalls.
2012-08-03 Internet-enabled wireless power outlets unveiled
Researchers developed a smart power outlet that will allow users to control household appliances via their smartphone and reduce their energy costs.
2015-05-07 Intel's latest Xeon processor boasts up to 18 cores
The Xeon E7v3 offers up to 1.4TB per core and claims to boost performance while cutting power, running on 60 per cent less power than an IBM Power8 with 85 per cent less total cost of ownership.
2011-04-08 Intel releases 10-core processors
Intel releases the Xeon E7, a new family of dual-threaded server processors with the company's first 10-core parts.
2007-02-12 Intel readies Tolapai processor for industrial apps, report says
Intel Corp. is planning to provide a 65nm processor for industrial applications called Tolapai, later in 2007, according to a website that appears to be operated by Lam Kam Tong Production Co. Ltd.
2013-01-30 Intel readies mSATA SDD for Ultrabook apps
The Solid-State Drive 525 series comes in a small mSATA form factor and boasts a 6Gb/s performance.
2008-08-25 Intel plugs Internet into TV, STB platforms
The CE 3100, aka Canmore, represents an initiative that speaks to everything from Intel's growing SoC capabilities to its drive toward Internet TV, a concept that has left many pioneers dead by the roadside.
2006-09-05 Intel hopes to sort digital display interface split
Intel announced that it is committing to sorting out the competition between two digital display interfaces by the end of the year. Separately, the company is in talks to move its copy protection technology to a wireless transport such as UWB.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top