Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > enhanced direct memory access

enhanced direct memory access Search results

?
?
total search60 articles
2015-10-07 DSP-enhanced MCUs, SoCs target wireless designs
There is a predicable rhythm to MCUs and processor-based SoC product introductions in those segments of the electronics market focused on consumer wireless, video, and mobile PC/laptop designs.
2005-06-14 DSP vendors kick up memory, speed for VoIP
Freescale's MSC711x DSP family offers the price/performance, high integration and connectivity required by VoIP system manufacturers.
2004-05-20 Startup eyes enhanced Ethernet in the data center
Another startup working on enhanced Ethernet for the data center officially emerges from stealth mode as Ammasso launches its first product
2007-07-20 SST ships samples of all-in-one memory chip
SST has begun sampling its SST88VP1107 memory chip that combines the key benefits of NOR, NAND and RAM in a single package
2012-10-05 Silicon Labs boast new ultra-low-power mixed signal MCUs
The new ultra-low-power mixed-signal MCUs are ideal for smart metering, home automation, wireless security, devices and other power-sensitive applications to enable the Internet of Things.
2012-04-04 Functional safety features in modern MCUs
Understand the key functional safety features present in modern semiconductor devices, allowing customers to run safety relevant tasks in their applications.
2008-11-11 MCUs with on-chip flash, SRAM suit driver-assist systems
Renesas Technology Corp. has released the SH74504 and SH74513, 32bit MCUs with on-chip flash memory for driver-assist system control to achieve "active safety" in automotive applications
2008-08-20 Group boosts viability of PCIe standard
The HyperTransport Consortium speeds up to boost both its chip-to-chip interconnect as well as a board-to-board version that has yet to gain market traction. This is in relation to PCI-SIG's next big leap in defining the PCIe 3.0 standard.
2009-03-10 ECAN operation with DMA on dsPIC33F and PIC24H devices
This application note is focused on helping customers understand the role of DMA in implementing the functionality of the ECAN module.
2007-07-02 10GbE chips migrate to computer servers
Broadcom Corp. is throwing its hat in the ring of chipmakers bringing 10Gbps Ethernet to computer servers. The increasing activity is a sign that 10G Ethernet is ready to migrate from the big switch that aggregates data-center traffic down to the mainstream server that generates and processes it.
2007-07-16 Low-cost platform revs up flash MCU evaluation
Infineon Technologies AG launches a low-cost evaluation kit for the company's XC800 8bit embedded-flash MCU family.
2010-12-16 Enterprise-class SSDs triple HDD read speed
With random sustained 90,000 read and 17,000 write IOPS and sequential sustained 510MB/sec read and 230MB/sec write throughput, Toshiba's MK x001GRZB SSD series realizes read speeds over 3x faster than its current enterprise HDD.
2007-05-30 New Quartus II suite speeds up compile times
Altera Corporation claims that its Quartus II software version 7.1 can enable designers to achieve more than two times faster compile times and half the memory footprint of the nearest high-end FPGA
2003-02-21 OSE RTOS suits telecom infrastructure apps
The company's enhanced RTOS and development environment provides fast, asynchronous interprocess communications suited for fault-tolerant operations
2005-06-22 MPEG decoder addresses piracy
The new single-chip MPEG decoder from NEC Electronics includes enhanced security features for digital STBs, integrating two MIPS32 4KEc microprocessor cores capable of delivering speeds up to 286 MIPS each
2005-02-28 TI boosts TMS320C6412 DSP to 720MHz
Texas Instruments has boosted the speed of its TMS320C6412 DSP to 720MHz.
2006-10-19 Freescale unveils 'first' 32bit dual-core automotive MCUs
Freescale has introduced a dual-core, 32bit MCU family designed to enhance the performance, power efficiency and flexibility of automotive body electronics.
2013-06-24 VeriSilicon's ZSP981 core tweaked for advanced wireless tech
The first core in the ZSP G4 series, the is ZSP981 a fully synthesisable, 6-issue superscalar DSP core that runs at 1.2GHz.
2006-10-27 TI unveils MCUs for car instrument cluster apps
Texas Instruments has announced an expansion of its 32bit TMS470 MCU platform, offering new devices for instrument cluster host controller applications.
2013-07-23 ST claims low-cost MCUs suited for 32bit design
STMicroelectronics boasts its latest STM32 MCUs provide 32bit design advantages to price-conscious projects.
2006-02-01 Processor delivers 600MHz operating frequency
Renesas Technology Corp. announced the SH7785 microprocessor, which offers a maximum operating frequency of 600MHz.
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.
2005-05-27 Multiple-processor VME boards serve air-cooled MIL apps
The new VME boards from Mercury Computer Systems are primarily slated for high-end military apps.
2002-11-06 Mobilian chipset supports 802.11b, Bluetooth functions
Mobilian Corp. is sampling TrueRadio, a two-piece chipset that supports the simultaneous operation of 802.11b wireless-LAN and Bluetooth radios.
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
2009-01-29 Freescale presents 'one-stop-shop' connectivity solution
To help developers successfully meet their design challenges, Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a "one-stop-shop" industrial connectivity solution that combines its most highly integrated 32bit ColdFire MCU family with a complimentary offering of the Freescale MQX RTOS.
2005-06-08 Embedded controllers simplify migration for cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says its two new ColdFire device families ease the migration to 32bit performance for applications that require low power consumption and flexible integration at an affordable price point
2002-09-04 Cisco readies leap into storage management
Cisco Systems Inc. will jump into one of the most contentious battles in storage networking next year when it launches its first products for a market segment called virtualization.
2004-05-12 Banderacom moves away from Infiniband
NetEffect Inc., formerly known as Banderacom Inc., is emerging from the still-smoldering Infiniband initiative to retarget its efforts at the remote DMA extension of the 10Gb Ethernet spec.
2009-02-09 Backplane 101: RapidIO, PCIe, Ethernet
RapidIO, PCIe, and Ethernet each offer unique benefits. The article explains how each technology works, and examines its strengths and weaknesses. It also discusses why RapidIO is often the best choice for embedded systems.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top