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2006-06-01 Tools help harness multicore power
The move toward multiple processors on a single chip, on a single board and in a single system to provide more features and speed at lower power may have solved certain embedded-hardware design problems. But for software developers and vendors, embedded multiprocessing presents a daunting set of challenges.
2006-03-16 Primitive tools slow analog/digital integration
With the right tools, the job of integrating high-performance A/D circuits on the same SoC could be easier.
2006-03-16 One MIPS core, not many, does the trick
MIPS Technologies has unveiled a next-generation core with a 'virtual CPU' architecture.
2006-02-16 Balancing cost vs. security for embedded design
Extraordinary cost reductions that wireless brings to MCU-based applications offset the price of security technology.
2008-10-29 Comment: Microchip's takeover bid on Atmel a 'smart move'
Microchip and ON Semiconductor have shown a surprise tender for Atmel. Bernard Cole, editor, Embedded.com, wrote in a recent commentary that he's skeptical Microchip can successfully manage both its own product lines and those of Atmel's should the takeover occur.
2011-05-27 XMOS open sources its AVB software design
XMOS has transferred its AVB software design to the XCore Open Source Project and hopes to accelerate the adoption of AVB standard into more media devices.
2003-05-16 Wireless multimedia: Questions, few answers
Wireless networked multimedia face a bewildering array of market definitions of "multimedia," and questions about how to achieve a desired end in a networked environment with a confusing mix of mechanisms.
2010-06-15 Virtual machine speeds up Android apps up to 5x
MIPS Technologies and Myriad Group AG have co-developed a full method-based Dalvik Turbo virtual machine that accelerated performance up to 5x on real-world Android apps.
2009-09-28 Transceiver radio enables two-way wireless comms
RF Monolithics Inc. has expanded its low-power short-range radio RFIC line with the addition of the new 300MHz to 510MHz TRC105 transceiver radio.
2009-06-22 Tool suite speeds up multiprocessor apps design
Multiprocessor design company 3L Ltd has introduced the latest version of its Diamond multiprocessor tool suite.
2009-04-07 Tool deals with stack overflow problems
Express Logic Inc. has unveiled StackX, a development tool that helps developers avoid stack overflow problems that traditionally have plagued embedded systems.
2010-05-28 Timing analyzer speeds up multicore designs
XMOS has released the XMOS Timing Analyzer (XTA) that accelerates the design of embedded applications using its family of XCore processor arrays.
2003-04-02 Sky offers computers based on Infiniband
SKY Computers Inc. has introduced its latest Smart family of products based on the Infiniband architetcture standard.
2015-07-30 Silicon Labs develops Bluetooth module for IoT
Silicon Labs' Bluegiga subsidiary has introduced a hardware/software combination in its BT121 Bluetooth Smart Ready module that claims to deal with the needs of developers for the Internet of Things.
2009-04-07 Serial module designed for legacy devices
I/O Products Inc. has just introduced its next-generation Model USB-FLEXCOM4 communications adapters that offer users the choice of four field selectable RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 protocols per port. This serial module was designed for use in systems where there are never enough serial ports to communicate with legacy devices.
2009-09-02 Sequential analysis ensures accurate power measurement
Calypto Design Systems Inc. has developed what it touts to be the most accurate register-transfer level (RTL) power analysis capability by applying its patented sequential analysis technology.
2005-08-29 Securing pervasively connected embedded MCUs
How great is the need for security at the MCU level?
2010-03-30 SBC packs 64Gbyte memory, multiple GbE support
GE Intelligent Platforms has released the A10200 AdvancedTCA single-board computer (SBC) designed for telecommunications networks.
2009-09-25 Safety-critical RTOS supports Intel Atom
DDC-I has unveiled the DEOS safety-critical RTOS and OpenArbor software development tools that provide architecture support for Intel's Atom embedded processor.
2010-06-14 RF module tailored for industrial automation apps
RF Monolithics has released the XDM2510H WirelessHART module targeting the wireless networking opportunities in industrial automation.
2001-05-01 Programmable-chip methods get fresh look
At the current lithographic resolutions, PLDs offer the potential of producing "systems on programmable circuits."
2009-01-13 PCIe 2.0 IP supports 65nm node
Renesas Technology America Inc. has achieved certification of a new logical- and physical-layer intellectual property (IP) conforming to PCIe Base Specification rev 2.0 (PCIe 2.0).
2008-07-25 Omniscient C compiler boosts PIC32 RISC performance
HI-TECH Software took the wraps off an "omniscient" ANSI C compiler for 32bit MCU code that it claims boosts real-time response by more than 25 percent as well as nearly doubling code density.
2010-03-19 Network processor boosts security, content performance
From Netronome comes the NFP-3240 network flow processor specifically designed to accelerate network, security and content performance up to 40 and 100Gbit/s.
2002-12-02 Network dynamics, SoC impact MCU design
Looking beyond sophisticated SOC methodologies, the drive is on to transform the microprocessor architectures useful in desktops and various appliances into true microcontrollers.
2002-11-18 NetSilicon 32-bit MCU targets 16-bit slots
NetSilicon hopes to grab microcontroller slots from 16-bit devices with a stripped-down 32-bit ARM7TDMI-based MCU.
2002-12-16 Net security: Urgent, but at what cost?
Increased security in "information superhighway" gave rise to the urgency of coming up with a clear set of standards as to what is a legitimate activity and what is not.
2009-01-28 Multicore processor zooms in on automotives
Renesas Technology Corp. has released the dual-core SH7776, a multicore processor designed for automotive navigation and information systems. The multicore processor integrates the control and information operating systems, keeping them independent from each other, while still using a common external memory.
2007-10-19 Multicore DSP rolls for media gateway platforms
Its bid for gaining a stake in the online multimedia market, Octasic introduced Vocallo, its next generation multicore gateway DSP platform for voice, video and data over IP applications.
2009-07-31 MCUs pack improved mid-range 8bit core
Microchip Technology Inc. has launched the first six members of the PIC16F193X family of microcontrollers featuring its enhanced mid-range 8bit core.
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