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2006-07-28 Pentium M-based SBC does byte-swapping in hardware
The V5D SBC performs byte swapping in hardware, thus providing better performance over software approaches when data is transferred to and from different processor-based systems.
2005-06-01 Pentium M 6U-sized Eurocard handles realtime applications
Optimized for realtime apps, the Eurocom 258 from American ELTEC is a single board computer in a double Eurocard format
2011-02-14 PCI/104-Express SBC embeds for rugged apps
Advanced Digital Logic's ADLD25PC single board computer is designed for applications in harsh environments including transportation, military and aerospace.
2006-02-02 PCI-X controller is cost-effective COTS board
The 64-bit PCI or PCI-X controller of Interface Concept's new power-managed IC-e6-cPCIa board permits it to receive a PCI Mezzanine card board that's compliant with PCI 2.2 or PCI-X.
2006-09-22 PCI mezzanine card delivers FPDP II performance
ICS Sensor Processing has rolled out its ICS-8500 PCI mezzanine card that's claimed to be the first available PMC with the performance of front-panel data port FPDP.
2011-07-04 Payload blades give 4x increased performance
Emerson Network Power has launched the company's first 40G AdvancedTCA payload blade.
2005-07-01 OS helps developers get to market on time
Off-the-shelf software is more than merely providing code--it's helping harried developers get to market on time.
2012-09-27 Oracle releases Java version aimed at MCUs, embedded devices
Oracle Java Micro Edition Embedded 3.2 is geared towards systems with less than a megabyte of memory and as little as 130KB RAM and 350KB ROM, especially those based on ARM Cortex-M and Cortex-A cores.
2011-09-30 Open platform to compete with Android
Just like Android, Tizen would be a standard-based, cross architecture software platform that supports multiple device categories.
2001-04-15 Oki, Lexra roll out prototyping boards for SoCs
This article discusses Oki Semiconductor and Lexra Inc.'s board products intended to speed time-to-silicon for complex SoC designs.
2008-06-16 NI unveils three Compact FieldPoint controllers
National Instruments has released three new Compact FieldPoint controllers that deliver increased performance, higher processor speed and significantly improved Ethernet throughput.
2004-04-05 NextHop unveils latest GateD NGC routing, MPLS software
NextHop Technologies has unveiled the latest version of its GateD NGC (Next Generation Carrier) routing and MPLS software.
2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2006-09-29 New CompactPCI boards are conduction cooled
The new D601 SBC from MEN Micro feature Intel Pentium M processors and conduction cooling for fanless operation.
2006-01-30 Networking solution for industrial automation apps
RTI has developed a modified version of their network data distribution services real-time publish-subscribe communication middleware that can be used in low-cost, memory-constrained apps.
2005-07-01 NEC Electronics touts open platform for software deployment, reuse
NEC Electronics Corp. has proposed an open platform dubbed platformOViA for embedded software deployment and reuse.
2010-09-23 Multimedia SBC cuts time to market
Using less than 7W of power, the EPIC single-board computer delivers the performance of Intel Atom Z5xx chips for applications in transportation, industrial, medical, and defense markets.
2007-01-03 Multicore to face long road
This year may be remembered as the year the industry realized what designers of multicore software and interconnects already know: Many years of hard work lie ahead.
2007-05-16 Multicore spurs RTOS, tool revisions
RTOS and tool providers are aggressively supporting multicore programming and debugging while improving model-driven design, virtual prototyping and C-language compilation.
2010-06-24 Multicore processors achieve up to 2.5GHz
Freescale Semiconductor is rolling out the QorIQ 64bit platform based on Power Architecture technology featuring the e5500 core, designed to reach frequencies up to 2.5GHz.
2006-05-01 Multicore design strives for balance
The advantages of multicore architectures will be lost unless new approaches are developed for programming and debugging multicore systems.
2008-01-31 Multicore Association welcomes NI as new member
National Instruments has joined The Multicore Association, a nonprofit group focused on developing standards that help shorten time-to-market for products that involve multicore implementations.
2011-07-28 Multicore Association to release task management API
The Multicore Association is planning to release a task management API that will simplify parallel programming for embedded systems developers.
2013-02-19 Multicore Association disseminates MPP guide
The MPP guide aims to provide developers with a detailed set of best practices for writing multi-core-ready embedded software and outlines how to migrate applications to multi-core platforms.
2014-06-12 Multicore architecture for compute-intensive app
One needs to dive into each of the architecture choices in order to assess how each component influences the architecture chosen in order to optimise the particular algorithm.
2006-09-04 Multi-computer suits military C4ISR multimode missions
Mercury Computer Systems offers its PowerStream 6600 multi-computer with 716 PowerPC GFLOPS of compute performance in a conduction-cooled enclosure.
2005-01-03 Move toward Linux in current, next-generation products in Asia
There is already evidence of a strong tendency by consumer device manufacturers to move toward embedded Linux.
2007-03-05 Motorola spearheads new OpenSAF project
Motorola Inc. is initiating an open source project to develop a complete high availability operating environment based on Service Availability Forum standards.
2007-06-19 Motorola blade taps Cavium multicore
Motorola has adopted Cavium's Octeon multicore processor for its new ATCA blade for 10Gbit packet processing.
2007-10-22 Mobile Linux makes headway in handset industry
Mobile Linux momentum is growing with an increasing support for Linux as a cellular operating system from a broad cross-section of the handset industry.
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