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2006-09-18 Switch leaders offer true fault tolerance
Top developers of soft switches and IP multimedia subsystems have expanded their systems to add high availability and true fault tolerance to Session Initiation Protocol-based packet networks.
2002-02-16 High-bandwidth networking for better fault tolerance
This technical news briefly shows some of the critical steps memory vendors are taking to address bandwidth bottleneck problems, which have shifted to memory subsystems in networking apps.
2013-05-29 Exar's transceivers boast improved fault tolerance
Exar's latest line of transceivers supports data rates up to 20Mbit/s in either full or half duplex configurations and can be used in various industrial automation applications.
2015-01-09 Benefits of fault-tolerant SoCs for automotive market
Functional safety may be implemented faster and at a higher quality level through data protection and redundancy features incorporated across entire SoC designs.
2003-04-25 Power conversion IC touts wide output current tolerance
The LNK500 high-voltage monolithic power conversion IC from Power Integrations Inc. features loose output current characteristics.
2009-07-27 Battery protection IC delivers fault monitoring
Maxim's high-voltage, 12-channel battery-protection ICs prevent Li-ion battery explosions.
2003-06-25 PrismTech to market Eternal Systems product
PrismTech Corp. and Eternal Systems Inc. have signed an exclusive distribution agreement for Eternal Systems' transparent fault tolerance product - the FTORB.
2012-04-18 Improve automotive safety with high-voltage watchdog timers
Find out how to ensure that a vehicle can safely make it off the road when a failure occurs.
1999-10-16 Hot swap capability on STD 32 computers
This application note describes STD 32
2004-06-16 Embedded device net security or safe nets?
Secure access is only half the problem as the world of network-connected devices grows.
2002-04-17 Automating analog test design
This application note illustrates, using existing EDA technology, how it is possible to apply long-established aerospace techniques to define faults and sequence measurements in order to produce an optimal test sequences.
2006-03-01 Selecting voltage supervisor for improved system reliability
Supervisor accuracy should take into account both the power-supply output voltage range and the device's voltage tolerance
2008-05-16 Physical layer is key in LIN designs
The Local Interconnection Network standard defines a low-cost, serial communication network for automotive distributed electronic systems. LIN is a complement to the other automotive multiplex networks, including CAN, but it targets applications that require networks that do not need excessive bandwidth, performance or extreme fault tolerance.
2002-07-02 High-density 12kVA UPS from HP draws on smart output
Touting a new high in power capability and a proprietary "wireless paralleling" architecture to address fault-tolerance, HP is billing its UPS R12000 XR as the industry's most power-dense UPS in a 10U enclosure.
2010-09-22 World's first integrated middleware machine targets cloud apps
Oracle says machine offers complete cloud application infrastructure for most demanding applications
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2003-07-01 The benefits of Ethernet-based audio networks
This paper discusses how over the last few years, a significant trend has emerged in the professional installed sound industryusing Ethernet to distribute high-quality audio.
2010-01-28 Temperature sensors up reliability of DD3 modules
The temperature sensors can trigger shutdown of a subsystem if the temperature reaches a critical point, enhancing reliability.
2008-07-28 Temp sensor with EEPROM touts .5C accuracy
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the DS7505 0.5C accurate, digital temperature sensor and thermostat with non-volatile memory (EEPROM).
2009-08-17 Synterra deploys ECI's XDM-3000 MSPP
ECI Telecom said Russia operator Synterra is deploying its XDM-3000 multi-service provisioning platform.
2005-09-21 SkyPilot settles on Fujitsu SoC for WiMAX mesh networking
SkyPilot Networks has selected Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc.'s WiMAX SoC for next-generation of systems that will bring sophisticated mesh networking to WiMAX deployments.
2008-03-18 Simplifying movable-headlamp motor control
Using LIN-enabled smart micro-stepper motor drivers lets designers perform intelligent system partitioning and simplifies complex multi-axis real-time programming.
2008-07-14 Serdes with UART/I?C control suits automotive cameras
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the latest members of its high-speed LVDS Serdes family: the MAX9257/MAX9258 Serdes chipset.
2010-06-14 Serdes chipset enables bidirectional digital video link
When paired with a gigabit multimedia serial link serializer, Maxim's MAX9268 deserializer forms complete bidirectional digital video link over a single DC-balanced twisted-pair.
2008-03-06 Security awareness now critical in embedded apps
The implementation of safety and security features in embedded applications is becoming a key topic as fail-safe and security technologies migrate to applications well away from the traditionally security- and safety-conscious military-aerospace and automotive sectors.
2006-10-23 SATA controllers accelerate RAID 6 performance
Applied Micro Circuits has launched its high-performance 3ware 9650SE SATA RAID controller family designed to accelerate RAID 6 system performance.
2001-04-01 Rough road ahead for Net-connected designs
Everyone has been marveling at the so-called blossoming of the various Net-centric computing devices. There is one problem, though. It is called the infrastructure. Everybody is dashing off to develop architectures that would "standardize" this new technology.
2000-12-01 Ringed bus technology puts twist on switching networks
Switch fabric is a fast, concurrent and transparent mechanism for transferring data from multiple sources to multiple destinations within a network via high-speed point-to-point links.
2013-06-21 RapidIO for cloud radio access, small-cell network
The RapidIO protocol continues to offer superior QoS and scalability with lowest latency in traditional, cloud and small-cell access networks.
2013-09-11 RapidIO based platform touts 20Gbit/s switching
The RapidIO-based reference platform from IDT supports up to 48 advanced mezzanine card based compute nodes per chassis, with intra-chassis backplane communication speeds up to 20Gbit/s.
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