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2006-04-17 Startup plans HD media processors
On industry newcomer Vivace's drawing board are media processors that can play high-definition video while consuming less than half a watt of power.
2006-10-16 Software sol'ns transform embedded designs
If anything was reinforced at this year's Embedded Systems Conference in Taipei, it's how software solutions are complementing the silicon world.
2006-10-02 Self-healing chips prevent system failure
Semiconductor Research Corp. and the National Science Foundation are funding a groundbreaking research effort into "self-healing" chips that can detect and repair defects in the field.
2010-07-16 RoC controller ups PCIe 3.0 platform performance
The SRCv family of controllers introduced by PMC-Sierra Inc. claims to enable the highest level of server performance and connectivity.
2006-02-27 Renesas licenses ARM multiprocessor
Renesas and ARM announced that Renesas has licensed the ARM11 MPCore multiprocessor, enabling the company to produce and sell LSI semiconductor solutions incorporating the ARM processor.
2010-07-22 QNX RTOS gets IEC 61508 SIL 3-certified
QNX Software Systems Co. announced that its QNX Neutrino RTOS Safe Kernel has received IEC 61508 Safety Integrity Level 3 certification.
2012-08-28 PROFIBUS interface certified on Freescale Silicon
Freescale and TMG TE developed what they claim as the first PROFIBUS interface based on Freescale's Tower development environment addresses Layer 2 through 7 processing.
2002-11-22 OSE rolls OSEck development environment
OSE Systems' enhanced development environment is suitable for wireless, radar, sonar, and media gateway applications.
2007-04-10 Networking firms take divergent paths to 10GbE
Sun Microsystems and Chelsio Communications are expanding their divergent efforts to define 10GbE, turning the competitive heat up on the technology seen as key for computer data centers.
2008-11-28 LynuxWorks delivers separation kernel/hypervisor
Just released by Lynuxworks is LynxSecure 2.0, a new next-generation separation kernel and embedded hypervisor for high assurance systems.
2007-03-27 It's a four-way battle for the backplane
Competing silicon vendors are gearing up chips to put Ethernet, Infiniband, PCIe and RapidIO in pole position for next-generation servers and communications systems that link multiple processing cards over a backplane.
2015-05-07 Intel's latest Xeon processor boasts up to 18 cores
The Xeon E7v3 offers up to 1.4TB per core and claims to boost performance while cutting power, running on 60 per cent less power than an IBM Power8 with 85 per cent less total cost of ownership.
2008-08-22 Intel's Canmore connects TV, CE devices to Internet
Intel's new media processor (previously codenamed "Canmore") combines CE features for high-definition video support, home-theater quality audio and advanced 3-D graphics, with the performance, flexibility and compatibility of IA-based hardware and software
2009-02-16 Intel ventures into optical interconnects
Intel Corp. is looking into optical interconnects with an eye toward replacing chip-to-chip electrical interconnects to overcome looming bandwidth issues as microprocessors with an increasing number of cores usher in the era of tera-scale computing.
2008-08-20 Intel takes wrap off x86 STB processor
Intel will use its annual developer forum in San Francisco this week as a launching pad for its 45nm Nehalem processors.
2007-02-13 Intel packs teraflop capacity on a chip
On its road to boost tera-scale computing capacity for future PCs and servers, Intel Corp. researchers have developed the 'first' programmable processor that offers teraflop performance on a single 80-core chip.
2010-02-17 HD video processor offers face detection
Ceva Inc. will introduce its software-programmable multimedia video processor MM3000 that comes complete with C compilers, power management provision and an RTOS/multithreading scheduler.
2011-12-12 Gesture recognition: Leading toward 3D UIs?
Read about the challenges in gesture recognition in 3D interaction and the techniques to overcome them in embedded systems.
2011-06-28 Freescale undergoes "identity" makeover
Freescale implements a series of demos, training, and presentations to communicate to its stakeholders and constituency that it has recovered from previous state of serious debt.
2005-07-01 Freescale re-commits itself to embedded systems market
Michel Mayer and his Freescale Semiconductor staff had something of a premature coming-out party here last week.
2006-08-04 Freescale processors with dual e500 CPU scale to 1.5GHz
Freescale said its new MPC8572 PowerQUICC III processors are based on an SoC platform and feature dual e500 CPU cores scaling to 1.5GHz.
2005-05-24 Freescale offers MPU replacement
Freescale's new 90nm MSC8122 and MSC8126 DSPs integrate four StarCore DSP cores onto a single die, and are designed to deliver a high-performance, cost-effective solution that quadruples performance over single-core DSP offerings.
2007-10-18 Employ a secure flavor of Linux
Linux is popular for many embedded applications, but if your application requires it, make sure you put in the hooks to keep hackers out.
2006-05-16 Embedded experts: Fix code bugs or cost lives
The Therac 25 was supposed to save lives by zapping tumors with targeted blasts of radiation. Instead, the device delivered massive overdoses that killed three patients and injured several others because of software glitches by a lone programmer whose code was never properly inspected and tested.
2007-05-01 Edge technologies keep up with demand
The Edge technology has matured in terms of worldwide coverage, stable infrastructure and the variety of handsets supporting Edge features. Low-cost infrastructure upgrades and the availability of Edge features in majority of mid- to high-end handsets provide a compelling price-performance argument for Edge deployment.
2010-06-25 EC funds green cloud services project
The EuroCloud project, funded by the European Commission for an initial three years, aims to validate constructing data center platforms using of low-power processing and 3D chip packaging.
2008-03-10 DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
2007-09-03 DSP silicon takes many forms
There are a number of other chips based on DSP technology that people don't call DSP chips.
2007-02-16 DSP duo supports multiple HD audio
Promising performance, cost and board space advantages, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. launched a pair of dual-core 90nm DSPs that support multiple high-definition (HD) audio standards.
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
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