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2004-02-25 The trouble with Rover is revealed
When the Mars rover Spirit went dark on January 21, 2004 a Jet Propulsion Laboratory team undertook to reprogram the craft's computer only to find themselves introducing an unpredictable sequences of events.
2006-02-02 Tektronix rolls out new monitoring tool for video over IP
Tektronix Inc. announced the availability of the Spectra2|VQM (video quality measurement) monitoring solution for the diagnosis and analysis of streaming video transmitted over IP.
2007-11-27 Sun solutions enable open petascale computing
Sun Microsystems Inc. has delivered two new systems designed to address the extreme computation, scale and storage requirements of today's HPC customer.
2009-06-16 Storage system delivers high availability, reliability
Fujitsu has introduced the two entry-level RAID storage systems designed to meet the growing demand from mid-sized enterprises with new features such as reduced power consumption, simplified management and improved redundancy.
2005-12-15 ST, SmardTech collaborate on smart card solution
STMicroelectronics announced an on-going collaboration with SmardTech to develop and deliver a highly efficient smart card solution, based on the ST19W secure MCU family and the SmardOS OS.
2014-04-15 SSDs' lustre bound to fade quickly
The growing demand for solid state drives can be attributed to their speed and non-volatility. However, a cost-efficient upgrade of the system is limited to the addition of flash memories and scaling back DRAM requirements.
2013-01-30 SoCs target smart poly-phase e-meters
TI's MSP430F677x SoCs claim to offer integrated memory and advanced anti-tampering protection, and class-leading accuracy across a full 2000:1 input current range from -40C to 85C.
2015-01-27 Smart, specialised devices to drive evolution of IoT
Although often viewed as a single entity, the IoT is likely to resolve less as a massive, unified system of smart sensors and cloud-based applications than as a richly layered hypersystem.
2008-11-21 SiliconDrive SDDs meet critical OEM specs
SiliconSystems has introduced its SiliconDrive II 1.8-inch parallel ATA SSDs that use the company's advanced storage technology, along with enhanced performance and capacities in a smaller form factor.
2013-12-11 Securing open source web apps with static analysis
Find out how static analysis can be used to find and eliminate coding errors.
2008-02-07 SATA-compatible NAND flash controller supports 150MBps
A serial ATA compatible NAND flash memory controller LSI circuit has been released by TDK Corp. The GBDriver RS1 Series is compatible with 1.5Gbit/s serial ATA I and supports data transmission speeds up to 150MBps.
2006-12-01 SATA controllers support Intel PCIe interconnect
Designed to deliver cost-effective RAID data protection for desktops, workstations and entry-level servers, Adaptec has launched a family of entry-level serial ATA controllers that support Intel's latest PCIe interconnect.
2005-08-30 SAS expander switching ICs offer secure zoning in blade servers
PMC-Sierra's PM8399 SXP 24x3GSec and SXP 36x3GSec ICs are next-generation SAS expanders that provide the switching function that resides between the SAS initiator and SAS or SATA hard drives in a server or storage system.
2008-04-24 Samsung chair steps down amidst controversy
Less than a week after he was charged with tax evasion and breach of trust, Lee Kun-hee, the embattled Samsung Group chairman, announced his resignation.
2008-08-05 Russia's high-tech dream hits roadblocks
Russia has been unable to turn big R&D investments into commercialized technology, according to a report from The Economist.
2006-05-16 Rethinking embedded flash memory choices
The new requirements of the marketplaceespecially in many consumer embedded designs and mobile devicesmean we should rethink our priorities about nonvolatile memory and look for new alternatives.
2007-02-28 Real-time clocks enhance security, reduce BOM
Intersil has introduced the ISL12024 and ISL12025 micropower real-time clock/calendar devices that feature an integrated factory-set 64bit unique ID that is read-only and tamper-proof for increased security and reduced footprint and BOM cost.
2008-04-14 Ramtron debuts 'first' 2Mbit FRAM
Ramtron reports that it has released the industry's first 2Mbit serial FRAM in an 8-lead TDFN (5mm x 6mm) package.
2007-12-13 Ramtron adds 4Kbit FRAM to Grade 1 automotive line
Ramtron International has added another 4Kbit FRAM memory device to its Grade 1 AEC-Q100-qualified automotive product line, growing its number of 125C parts to five.
2007-10-24 Proprietary wireless hi-fi tech beats Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Through pairing wireless and hi-fi audio, startup Avnera touts chipsets for wireless audio connections in the 2.4GHz band that outperform data-oriented wireless connections in range, freedom from interference, automatic network configuration and full CD-quality sound.
2013-10-31 Performing hardware/firmware co-design (Part 2)
Part 2 tackles best practices techniques for performance, power-on interactions, communications and control.
2010-10-21 PCM gears up for prime time
Blending the attributes of NOR- and NAND-type flash memory, EEPROM memory, and DRAM, phase-change memory is presented as the best candidate to continue the scaling of NVM.
2009-05-12 NXP Cortex-M3 MCU bags highest performance stamp
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) has announced that NXP's LPC1700 series is the highest performance Cortex-M3 MCU.
2005-07-14 NVSRAM modules include RTC
Dallas Semiconductor released what it claims as the world's first and only single-piece, surface mountable nonvolatile SRAM modules with an integrated real-time clock (RTC).
2006-12-08 NV SRAM modules integrate reflowable battery
Dallas Semiconductor has introduced a high-density, single-piece, surface-mount NV SRAM modules with integrated reflowable battery.
2009-07-31 NV FRAM promises 10-year data retention
Ramtron has developed the FM23MLD16 8Mbit, 3volt ferroelectric RAM memory in a streamlined 48-pin FBGA package that features fast access, virtually unlimited read/write cycles and low power consumption.
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications.
2005-11-17 Network-transparent modules implement remote JTAG testing
JTAG Technologies' TapCommunicator makes it possible to execute boundary-scan tests on targets with test-clock frequencies of up to 40MHz, over an unlimited distance, across asynchronous network paths.
2005-03-22 MPU trace tool does instant replay
Green Hills Software announced TraceEdge, a tool that collects trace data for debugging microprocessors that lack built-in trace support.
2012-03-26 Minimize concurrency errors in multicore design
Learn how to address the difficulties of finding and eliminating bugs.
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