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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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2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan.
2002-11-26 Sony puts up development center in Taiwan
Sony Corp. has established a new semiconductor development center as part of Sony Taiwan Ltd.
2003-02-28 Silicon collaboration to develop next-gen RDRAM chipset
Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. has collaborated with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., and Rambus Inc., on the development of a next-generation RDRAM-based chipset - the SiSR659.
2012-02-23 Scientists create precise single-atom transistors
The microscopic device has tiny visible markers etched onto its surface, making it possible for the researchers to connect metal contacts and apply a voltage.
2007-05-01 SBC offers dual-core processor, 4Gbyte memory
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has released the PPC9A single board computers, which includes Freescale's PowerPC dual-core processor operating at 1.3GHz.
2013-09-24 SanDisk improves flash memory for Bay Trail processor
SanDisk optimised its iNAND flash memory for use in tablets running Intel's Bay Trail 22nm Atom processor.
2005-04-27 Samsung, Microsoft prototype disk drive with flash buffer
A 1Gb flash memory from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has been used as a buffer within a prototype rotating disk drive developed with Microsoft Corp., Samsung said.
2003-05-09 SAIT partners with Millennium Cell on fuel cell systems
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and Millennium Cell Inc. have formed a cooperative development agreement to advance fuel cell powered portable computers and communications devices.
2006-08-30 Rugged SBCs deliver 1.4GHz processing performance
Aitech Defense Systems has announced two power-saving, rugged 3U CompactPCI SBCs that promise improved processing performance of up to 1.4GHz and broader memory and I/O options.
2006-04-13 RoHS-compliant ETX board runs 2GHz Intel dual core, PCIe
Ampro Computers demonstrated a plug-compatible system for embedded system manufacturers facing complete re-designs of ETX baseboards to adopt new technology.
2003-11-06 Rittal, Avnet Applied ink computing solutions alliance
Avnet Applied Computing Solutions, a division of Avnet Inc., has entered into a new alliance with Rittal Corp., a provider of electronic packaging products and enclosures.
2003-12-17 Researchers stop light, aiding quantum computing goals
Two years ago, Harvard University researchers shined a pulse of laser light through a cloud of super-cold sodium ions and slowed the light to about 38 mph.
2003-01-31 Research expert ponders next killer app
Ralph Cavin, VP of research operations at the Semiconductor Research Corp., thinks that the next killer-app will include thinking machines and devices that would replace human assistants.
2006-02-03 PortalPlayer building facility in India
PortalPlayer announced that its Indian operations will soon be housed in a dedicated facility in Hyderabad.
2011-05-17 Pirated software rate in Hong Kong falls 45% in 2010
A study conducted by Business Software Alliance shows that the percentage of pirated software installed on Hong Kong PCs fell to 45 percent in 2010.
2002-02-05 PEP system board integrates Kontron SBCs
Integrating one of two possible Kontron PICMG SBCs, the PxV414 provides a scalable 4U open-architecture system solution designed for industrial automation, telecommunications, security, and transport applications.
2002-01-30 PEP SBC integrates 700MHz-PowerPC processor
The CP620-PM features a 700MHz IBM PPC 750CXE PowerPC processor and a directly-soldered SDRAM with an ECC of up to 1GB for the management of memory-intensive tasks in harsh-environment applications.
2006-03-02 Pentium-M chassis to underscore software productivity
IBM and Thales Computers are jointly readying a product called the PowerMP6.
2010-08-02 PC, network protection software centralizes security
DigitalPersona Inc. reveals a comprehensive endpoint protection solution for access management, data protection and communication security.
2006-12-04 PC makers need to align with 'green' regulations, warns Gartner
Computer and electronics manufacturers need to invest in R&D that will align their upcoming products with "green" regulations and laws that are bound to be coming down the road, analysts from Gartner warned.
2005-07-18 PC evolution: Digital home marks the way
While the PC has been the primary driver for the semiconductor business in the last two decades, industry observers almost unanimously agree that the PC era has passed.
2008-05-22 OLPC resumes 'Give One Get One' program
OLPC is resuming its 'Give One Get One' program, in which consumers will buy for $400 a rugged green-and-white computer and donate a second one to a child in a developing country, reported the Associated Press.
2006-11-15 October figures up for CMO
Chi Mei Optoelectronics Corp. reported that its consolidated revenues reached $607.44 million in October, up 2.6 percent sequentially and 15.1 percent year-on-year.
2004-12-27 O2Micro gets patent for frequency compensation tech
O2Micro Int Ltd has been granted 43 claims under the United States patent number 6,812,778 for its frequency compensation technology.
2006-08-24 New Adlink SBC suits compute-intensive apps
Adlink said its new SBC is designed to meet the needs of applications that require high computing performance and reliability.
2005-01-25 Nanosys signs to support Sharp in fuel cell project
Nanosys Inc., the nanotechnology startup forced to call off an IPO in 2004, has agreed to develop nanotechnology-enabled fuel cells with Sharp Corp.
2002-07-12 Motorola opens Shanghai center
Motorola has opened its Energy Systems Group Shanghai Center, a venue for Motorola to provide design services and supply chain management for its customers in Asia Pacific.
2004-01-14 Motorola Energy Systems expands presence in Taiwan
Motorola Inc. has established an Energy Systems Group Design and Manufacturing Center within its Product Development Center in Taiwan.
2013-01-16 Molecular motors in development, says Nature journal
Researchers from various backgrounds are currently developing a multi-component molecular motor which could help pave the way for nanoscale devices.
2006-09-11 Mobile OEMs aim to set battery standard
A group of about nine systems makers will meet this week (Sept. 13) to take the first step toward setting a quality standard for Li-ion batteries.
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