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2002-08-15 MEN PC-MIP mezzanine card delivers FRAM
MEN Micro Inc.'s mezzanine card for the new PCI-based PC-MIP mezzanine standard can provide up to 512KB of NVFRAM without needing a battery.
2002-05-31 MEN Mikro mezzanine card supports Gigabit Ethernet
MEN MIkro Elektronik GmbH's PC-MIP mezzanine module allows designers to deploy Gigabit Ethernet local-area networking in their embedded systems
2002-10-17 MEN Micro ports Linux to SBCs
MEN Micro's PowerPC-based SBCs now employ an embedded Linux OS for a wide variety of data communication applications.
2002-02-27 MEN Micro multimeter module cites high-res measurements
MEN Micro's single-wide M-Module features a complete digital multimeter that enables designers to quickly add precise voltage and current measurements to VMEbus, VXI, CompactPCI, and PXI instrumentation applications.
2002-09-04 PXI chassis, controller line offers I/O options
A family of preconfigured PXI system chassis and controller cards from MEN Micro Inc. supports M-Module and PC-MIP mezzanine cards, providing a wide range of I/O options.
2005-09-29 PowerPC-equipped CompactPCI board runs embedded comms
The new CompactPCI PowerPC SBC from MEN Micro is suited as a control element for network routers and switches, storage subsystems, network appliances, and print and imaging devices.
2006-09-29 New CompactPCI boards are conduction cooled
The new D601 SBC from MEN Micro feature Intel Pentium M processors and conduction cooling for fanless operation.
2005-02-07 Mezzanine card imparts high-res 2D/3D graphics
A new PMC graphics mezzanine card from MEN Micro gives you a way to include high-resolution 2D/3D graphics into systems that accommodate PMC cards.
2006-04-07 Less-than-$1,200 cPCI Pentium M SBC packs PCI Express
MEN Micro is dishing up a cPCI single-board computer that runs a 2GHz Intel Pentium M microprocessor and packs multiple PCI Express lanes.
2004-09-01 Intel Pentium-M cPCI board works in harsh environments
MEN Micro's single board computer comes in an operational range suitable for harsh industrial conditions.
2004-11-26 cPCI SBC targets entertainment systems in vehicles
A new CompactPCI single-board computer from MEN Micro meets the operating standards for transportation apps.
2005-06-09 CompactPCI Pentium board uses FPGA-configurable I/O
Designed for embedded industrial applications, MEN Micro's new board-level product makes use of the easy reconfigurability of an FPGA, and plugs into cPCI bus systems
2007-03-20 CompactPCI card provides GPS, GSM support
MEN Micro released a 3U, single-slot CompactPCI interface card equipped with a 12-channel parallel GPS receiver and a GSM device for communications in low-signal strength applications.
2013-09-11 Box PC built with multiple I/O, antenna inputs
Equipped with four PCI Express Mini Card slots that control up to eight SIM cards and a GPS interface, the BL50W can implement virtually any wireless function including WLAN, GSM, HSDPA, EDGE and LTE.
2004-06-01 AMCC forms division to explore PowerPC assets
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. announced that it will form a new division, based here, to develop the PowerPC 400-series assets it acquired from IBM Corp. in mid-April
2010-09-08 VMEbus SBC tips lock-step architecture
MEN Micro Inc. debuts the A602 64-bit VMEbus single board computer that is 6U FPGA-based and triple-redundant. It features a lock-step architecture that minimizes software development.
2009-04-06 Ruggedized board befits mission-critical environments
Men Micro has developed a new ESMexpress product, the XM2, which is based on Intel's Core 2 Duo SP9300 processor running at up to 2.26GHz. The board combines ruggedization and low development costs to form a cost-effective solution for harsh, mobile and mission-critical environments.
2009-03-03 Reflective memory PMC ensures data security
MEN Micro Inc. has released the new P512, a reflective memory PCI mezzanine card (PMC) that provides real-time redundant memory storage across multiple computers in a networked system.
2009-07-15 PMC packs four CAN bus interfaces
MEN Micro Inc. is offering the P506 Quad CAN bus interface PMC, operating at 32bit/33MHz, which provides four independent, galvanically-isolated CAN interface channels on a single card.
2007-05-16 Hybrid backplane eases migration from cPCI to CPCIe
MEN Micro Inc. has developed a family of CPU boards and I/O cards for a hybrid configuration that is said to significantly simplify the migration path from 3U CompactPCI to CompactPCIe.
2004-11-25 Hong Kong tycoon invests $90 million in Grace
One of Hong Kong's richest men is placing a big bet on Shanghai's Grace Semiconductor Mfg Corp. with a $90 million investment that should help the foundry bump up the pace of production expansion and increase its advanced R&D
2008-10-08 AMD finds 'fabless' alternative
Advanced Micro Devices appears to have found an alternative to going fabless
2010-06-29 COM board integrates up to 128KB FRAM
The MM50 ESMini module uses a PowerPC MPC5121e or a MPC5123 processor, each based on an e300 processor core incorporating MMU and FPU as well as a 760 MIPS.
2010-05-25 Silicon Valley veteran weighs in on clean tech, AMD
EE Times recently sat down with Atiq Raza, interim CEO of battery maker Seeo and a veteran of Silicon Valley and discussed venture capital, Intel vs. AMD battle, the outlook for clean tech.
2014-04-02 Silicon Labs lays down IoT SoC strategy
The IoT SoC consists of six blocks: sensor, low-energy MCU, RF transceiver, energy management, mixed signals and memory.
2008-05-14 Rivas resigns, Allen takes over AMD PC group
AMD has appointed Randy Allen head of its core PC group, as computing groups head Mario Rivas has left the company.
2005-05-02 Limits of IP block strategy exposed
Analog IP must be offered within the context of a broader solution that includes tools, services and lots of support.
2009-06-25 Intel: Fab tool market savior?
Intel Corp. continues to fund technologies and procure fab-equipment, but behind the scenes, the company is investing in some companies and brokering deals for others, reportedly including ASM International NV and NuFlare Technology Inc., sources said.
2007-07-20 Intel, AMD pitch divergent formulas for industry progress
In their keynotes at Semicon West, executives from rivals Intel and AMD explored differing recipes for the survival of the semiconductor industry.
2007-11-12 Former employee sues AMD for son's birth defects
A former AMD employee sued the company and a regional medical association of being responsible for birth defects of her son, born with a missing lower right arm and lifelong cognitive deficits.
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