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2009-08-05 Processor blade packs extended temp range
Adlink Technology Inc. has launched the cPCI-6880 series of 6U CompactPCI blades featuring 45nm Intel Core2 Duo processor T9400 offering 2.53GHz core speed, 6Mbyte L2 cache and 1066MHz FSB with 40W typical total power consumption
2008-04-03 16bit MCUs tout 'lowest-power,' large memory
Microchip has added nine new members to its cost-effective PIC24F 16bit MCU family, which are said to consume the least power at 2.6?A standby and feature a large memory of up to 256Kbyte flash and 16Kbyte RAM
2004-11-23 Synopsys supports Xeon processor with Intel EM64T
Synopsys Inc. claimed to be the first EDA software company to support the Intel Xeon processor with Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T) for 64bit and 32bit computing with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 3 operating system using its Galaxy design and Discovery verification technology.
2004-11-25 Synopsys offers support to Intel processor with EM64T
Synopsys said it is the first EDA software company to support the Intel Xeon processor with Intel EM64T for 64- and 32bit computing
2005-07-05 New processors from Intel
With the introduction of the Celeron D processor 351, Intel now has Intel EM64T, or 64-bit memory addressability, available throughout its entire desktop and server processor lines
2005-06-01 Intel unveils two platforms targeted at home, office PCs
Intel recently unveiled two new platforms targeted at home and office PCs
2004-10-08 Intel software tools help developers on platforms supporting EM64T
Intel announced new software tools to help developers design, analyze and optimize apps running on Intel-based platforms supporting its EM64T.
2004-12-15 Intel processor consumes 50 percent less power
Intel expanded the 64bit capabilities of its product line with the addition of an Intel Xeon processor-based platform with its Extended Memory 64 Technology.
2005-02-24 Adlink processor blade provides high functionality, reliability
Adlink Technology demonstrated its new advanced telecom platform building blockthe ATCA-6890 processor blade
2002-02-15 Micron announces alternative to Intel StrataFlash
The company has announced the release of its 32MB Q-Flash memory as an alternative to Intel's StrataFlash device
2005-01-18 Microchip PIC MCU touts 40MHz speed, 128KB flash on-chip
Microchip's newest 8bit PIC MCU chips have up to 128KB of self-reprogrammable, high-endurance flash memory
2005-10-25 LCD MCU drives 168 LCD segments for auto, industrial apps
Microchip Technology's newest PIC-based microcontroller has been designed to drive 168 liquid crystal display segments
2015-04-20 EtherCAT slave controller features dual Ethernet transceivers
The LAN9252 from Microchip supports both fibre and copper, as well as traditional Host Bus and SPI/SQI communication, to target Internet of Things (IoT) industrial-Ethernet applications.
2006-02-10 DSCs target motor control apps
Microchip Technology Inc. has beefed-up its family of 16-bit dsPIC digital signal controllers with two devices that offer performance speeds of 30MIPS
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
2009-03-17 MCUs with embedded flash fit industrial apps
Infineon Technologies AG has released new microcontrollers with embedded flash technology, designed to meet the performance and reliability requirements of a wide range of drive applications
2014-09-01 Low-power MCUs claim to reduce BOM, product size
The 46 ultra-low-power MSP430 FRAM microcontrollers from TI flaunt more memory, features and integration to allow developers to cut power consumption, BOM and product size
2009-05-25 Energy monitoring IC fits home, enterprise apps
Teridian Semiconductor has extended its smart metering product line with the release of the 78M6612 SoC for power outlet measurement and monitoring
2009-04-28 8/16bit MCUs claim lowest sleep current
Microchip Technology Inc. has launched its next-generation low-power PIC microcontroller families with nanoWatt XLP eXtreme Low Power Technology for sleep currents as low as 20nA
2005-04-01 Intel debuts 64bit Truland chips, tips Paxville
Intel expanded its line of 64bit microprocessors for the mid-tier enterprise market early this week.
2007-05-25 Telematics microprocessor rolls for automobiles
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has unveiled a microprocessor that aims to integrate all the control electronics for an automobile cockpit into a single low-power device.
2008-05-16 Startups give virtualization new spin
Two startups debuted last month, together giving virtualization a new twist to help create large systems using multiple x86 servers.
2014-12-15 ST rolls out MCU portfolio in compact packages
The STM32F446 MCUs offer additional options for designers by integrating enhanced ARM Cortex-M4 processing performance, compact 256KB or 512KB on-chip Flash all with 128KB RAM.
2003-04-25 SBS VMEbus SBC features dual processor design
SBS Technologies' VG5 6U VMEbus single board computer targets performance-oriented applications.
2008-05-28 OFDM-based, powerline communication modem debuts
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2990 OFDM-based, power-line communication modem.
2007-11-07 Microchip leaps into 32bit MCU arena with PIC32
Eyeing the 32bit mountain, Microchip sees in its future. To that end, the company has developed its first 32bit MCU, dubbed the PIC32.
2013-03-13 MCUs geared for industrial, smart metering apps
Renesas' 32bit RX63N/RX631 groups offer up to 256KB embedded RAM, doubling today's available RAM size of 128KB.
2012-11-29 MCUs boast high-res PWM unit
Infineon's XMC4000 claims to improve digital power conversion and is geared for industrial applications and uses ARM Cortex M4 processors.
2014-11-07 Managing rechargeable batteries with BIF
This article tackles the techniques and rules to help manage the use of rechargeable batteries, and the basic parameters of the BIF specification. It also explains how to deal with communication failure.
2015-01-15 How to optimise floating point calculations on FPGAs
Read about a methodology that provides designers a reliable technique for the baseline comparison of the peak floating-point computing capabilities of devices with very different architectures.
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