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What is a single board computer (SBC)?
A single board computer (SBC) is a complete computer system on a single board. The design is centred on one or more microprocessors with RAM, I/O and all other features needed to be a functional computer on the one board.
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2003-07-15 Visionaries see flexible computers using less power
Computers will be more flexible, intelligent, and require less power by the end of the decade.
2004-11-15 Toshiba expands use of SRS tech for notebook computers
Toshiba Corp. continues to expand its use of SRS Labs Inc.'s technology with the launch of two new models in Toshiba's Qosmio line of AV notebook computers.
2013-10-11 Switch takes computers to light-speed performance
The device developed at A*STAR can switch a light signal on or off extremely quickly, enabling all-optical computing and simplifying the interface between electronic and optical networks.
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.
2007-09-11 Siemens, Microsoft to put computers in cars
Microsoft and German engineering giant Siemens are partnering to build computer systems for cars and trucks.
2012-06-19 Sequoia secures IBM's comeback in Top 500 computers
Sequoia consumes a whopping 7.89 MW of power, second only to the K Computer, which gulps 12.65 MW.
2005-04-22 Ruggedized industrial computers pack Tualatin processors, chipsets
Parvus' embedded processor boards are based around the new Intel ULV Celeron Tualatin microprocessor and Intel's mating 815E chipset.
2009-03-06 Robust contact monitor simplifies design of body control computers
This application note demonstrates how the MAX13362 automotive switch monitor performs during ECU-level testing. The article describes the tests performed and the results obtained.
2004-09-07 Rising demand for computers pushes price for chip memory
Prices of mainstream 256Mb/DDR400 DRAM chips have gone up by 8 percent to $4.50 per unit due to a surge in demand of computer makers as school season starts this month.
2001-03-30 Programming interrupts for DOS-based data acquisition on 80x86-based computers
This application note explains how to use interrupt programming on computers based on the 80x86 family of microprocessors running the DOS operating system.
2011-04-13 Portable computers steadily outpace desktops
Notebooks and tablets are steadily eating into desktop PC sales, prompting analysts to lower their 2011 desktop PC forecasts and project flat sales for the segment.
2005-10-10 Panasonic unveils Blu-ray Disc drives for notebook computers
Panasonic recently announced that the company will introduce Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives for notebook and desktop computers that can write and read single- and dual-layer BDs as well as all types of recordable DVDs and CDs.
2011-08-16 New research to enable microwave-based computers
A new microwave technique for performing quantum entanglement was demonstrated by NIST, opening the possibility of microwave-based computers.
2012-12-26 Nanotech research advance new quantum computers
A*STAR researchers reveal that scanning tunnelling microscopy of super benzene oligomers offer a plan for creating new types of quantum computers based on information localized inside molecular bonds.
2004-08-05 Motorola completes acquisition of Force Computers
Motorola Inc. has completed the acquisition of Force Computers from Solectron Corp.
2016-03-29 LCDs auto format when plugged into single-board computers
The ELI43-CP and ELI43-CR from Future Designs are fitted with a 4.3in capacitive and resistive touch screens, respectively, with a USB Device Interface.
2012-07-16 Laird, Air Computers sign distribution agreement
Laird Technologies has signed its first contact with an Argentinian distributor in hopes of extending its market in South America.
2005-07-12 IR chipset suits notebook computers with Intel, AMD processors
International Rectifier's IRF6621/IRF6612 synchronous buck converter chipset is optimized for 14A to 18A per phase dc-dc power conversion in advanced notebook computer designs using the latest Intel and AMD processors.
2013-12-18 IEC: Universal charger for notebook computers to cut e-waste
The IEC Technical Specification opens the way to a significant reduction of e-waste related to power supplies and will allow the use of a single external charger with various notebook computers.
1999-10-16 Hot swap capability on STD 32 computers
This application note describes STD 32
2011-05-03 High-performance computing melds with cluster computers
The supercomputer market, also known as high-performance computing, is spilling over into the high-performance server market.
2003-07-08 Fujitsu Siemens Computers servers power BSkyB solution
Fujitsu Siemens Computers, a joint venture of Fujitsu Ltd and Siemens AG, and a supplier of business critical computing solutions, has received an IT infrastructure order for enterprise servers from British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB).
2002-01-08 Force Computers unveils embedded 'supercomputer'
Force Computers' PowerPMC-260 is said to be the fastest embedded-processor module available in the PCI mezzanine card (PMC) form factor, making it a strong candidate for 3G wireless communications.
2002-04-03 Force Computers server meets CO standards
Force Computers' Centellis CO 3000 embedded server meets Network Equipment Building Systems Level 3 standards for telecommunications companies' CO.
2006-07-19 Flash-based SSD to boot out HDD in laptop computers
Hard disk drives may face legitimate competition in the mobile computer mass storage market from flash-based solid state drives, particularly in laptop computers according to In-Stat.
2007-04-10 Embedded computers suit harsh industrial apps
Moxa Technologies has released its ThinkCore W300 series of embedded computers for harsh industrial applications.
2008-05-14 Embedded computers promise high scalability, reliability
SKY Computers has released the LightningBolt family of embedded computers that can deliver unprecedented levels of scalability, reliability and price/performance for demanding applications.
2012-02-27 DIP switch geared for portable computers, CEs
The TDA series DIP switch from C&K Components is process-sealed for surface-mount soldering and washable-processing.
2002-05-27 Delphi brings AGP connectors to computers, peripherals
Delphi Connection Systems Corp. will begin to supply Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) connectors to the computer and peripherals market.
2003-07-21 Darpa AI research focuses on 'cognitive computers'
The Pentagon is funding artificial intelligence research under a $29M program called the PAL.
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