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2006-03-01 Security spec readied for home networks
An HW-based specification that could help paid-for content flow securely between devices is getting finishing touches.
2006-04-17 Securing systems for networks
For embedded system designers forced to sacrifice reliability in favor of time-to-market, here are tips on how to choose the right architecture and design for higher levels of reliability.
2004-12-01 Scripting language uses small instruction set
Mirabilis Design's SmartMachine uses only 10 instructions to describe complex models in a few lines of code.
2010-03-30 SBC packs 64Gbyte memory, multiple GbE support
GE Intelligent Platforms has released the A10200 AdvancedTCA single-board computer (SBC) designed for telecommunications networks.
2004-08-02 Rules changing for the home media server
To build cost-effective servers, highly modular designs must be built around the PCI bus and communications processors.
2007-02-13 RMI launches midrange to entry-level processors
Raza Microelectronics announced the XLS processor family, a midrange to entry-level, price-optimized family positioned below the XLR processor family
2007-03-01 RGs to overcome triple-play hurdles
New technology platforms will provide the foundation for new-generation RG solutions that will enable next-generation services along with the flexibility to differentiate offerings with new, advanced features.
2008-05-28 Renesas to transport FOMA platform outside Japan
Renesas Technology Corp. is considering offering the Freedom of Mobile Multimedia Access (FOMA) platform as a handset reference design to companies outside Japan
2015-10-19 Renesas aims to streamline embedded dev't for IoT
Synergy helps automate the implementation of graphical interfaces, network connectivity and device configuration, and frees developers to focus on innovation in their core application competence
2005-05-19 Reference platform supports design of unified enterprise networks
SiNett announced the availability of OneRunner, which they believe is the industry's first reference design platform for developing secure WLAN and Unified Access (UA) switches and WLAN appliances
2013-09-02 Reducing device power consumption (Part 3)
Part 3 continues with the discussion on different network standby techniques to reduce power
2013-08-26 Reducing device power consumption (Part 2)
In this instalment, we will focus on automated proxy.
2013-08-12 Reducing device power consumption (Part 1)
The first instalment discusses the embedded cyclical states and packet classification.
2001-05-01 Reconfiguring SoC according to Garp
Programmable SoC components, containing a microcontroller and reconfigurable hardware, promise the flexibility of software and the performance of hardware.
2004-06-08 Realtek WLAN solutions gets award in Computex
Realtek Semiconductor Corp. has announced that its dual-band (2.4-, 5GHz) triple-mode (IEEE 802.11a/b/g) integrated baseband processor/media access controller (BBP/MAC), and a RF chip, respectively coded RTL8185L and RTL8255, have won the "Best Choice of Computex-Taipei 2004&quot
2004-04-22 Radcom analyzer hastens product-to-market cycles
The Performer Analyzer from Radcom is a comprehensive test solution for monitoring and troubleshooting LAN, WAN, ATM, packet over Sonet and Metro technologies.
2010-11-10 Quickpath IP gets into Achronix FPGAs
Intel's Quickpath IP core for processor communications will be integrated into FPGAs from Achronix that will be manufactured by Intel
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2006-05-01 Processors pack VoIP bells, whistles
The VoIP products shown at the recent Voice Over Networks Conference owe their existence to the ingenuity of chip designers and algorithm developers.
2010-01-28 Processors ease transition to data centric 3G+/4G
Mindspeed's Transcede processors help provide the critical, structural underpinnings for the rapidly evolving mobile Internet, capable of delivering 10x growth in user devices.
2006-09-18 PowerQuicc performs multilayer processing
A new dual-core member of Freescale Semiconductor Inc.'s PowerQuicc processor family features full deflation engines and pattern-matching engines that allow it to perform seven-layer processing tasks
2013-07-09 PLM IC security solution for private, public keys
The AIS 31 robust, hardware-based True Random Number Generator from Altis semiconductor ensures generation of secure private and public keys.
2005-08-31 Pixelworks, AMD team on set-top box platform
System-on-chip supplier Pixelworks Inc. has collaborated with AMD Inc. to co-design the Sailfish II platform, a reference design based on the Pixelworks PWBSP-16 broadband signal processor IC and the AMD Alchemy Au1550 processor that enables set-top boxes to integrate broadband video, voice and data access into a single device
2003-11-21 Philips, Alcatel complete EDGE tests as AT&T net opens
Philips Electronics and Alcatel will use this week's GSM Americas show to announce they have completed a series of EDGE interoperability tests at 220Kbps.
2006-02-16 Peripheral DMA boosts networked MCU security, bandwidth
With the help of a peripheral DMA controller, streaming AES encryption bandwidth is 20 times greater than software encryption alone.
2005-03-01 Performing long-distance debugging
Debug and troubleshoot your systems anywhere, anytime. Here's how.
2005-01-03 PC, net marriage to drive standards push
Integration of communications capabilities within computing devices propels new technologies that will drive industry growth.
2008-05-09 PC cards reveal cost impact of spec revision in handsets
Portelligent's teardowns of two PC cards reveal the impact of higher-speed network found in the latest CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A phones
2009-11-20 Paving the way to strong sensor, control nets
By using a combination of standards for the radio and software stacks, developers can avail themselves of a strong, clear roadmap to the future of low-power wireless sensor networks.
2009-08-14 Nightstand clock gets open-source, Wi-Fi boost
The Chumby is a $200 Wi-Fi-connected personal Internet appliance that gets its information and applications through Chumby's Website following a simple online registration process that opens up access to so-called "widgets
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