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2010-06-08 FPGA dev't platform packs TCP offload engine, PCIe
Intilop Corp. is offering an integrated FPGA-SOC-platform with TCP offload engine (TOE), and PCIe.
2002-04-30 Ford, TI opt for the FlexRay automotive safety bus
The battle lines over which electrical architecture to use in "drive-by-wire" vehicles may be redrawn in the coming week, when Ford Motor Co. and Texas Instruments Inc. put their weight behind an already-powerful consortium of automotive and electronics companies.
2006-08-16 For carriers, IPTV poses new challenges
The flexibility of IP delivery will make traditional RF broadcasting a thing of the past. But even as operators tackle the technical challenges that IPTV presents, they are entering a whole new world of content choices.
2005-09-22 FlexRay controller delivers 10Mbps over two channels
Fujitsu Microelectronics' FlexRay controller supports FlexRay version 2.0. Based on IP developed by Robert Bosch GmbH, the MB88121 delivers 10Mbps over two channels.
2014-10-01 Five hurdles to FPGA-based prototyping
Despite the advantages offered by FPGA-based prototyping, there are some significant hurdles to overcome. The five challenges presented here surfaced early on, and they haven't changed much over the years.
2005-11-18 First commercial HSUPA tester?
Aeroflex announced that it has developed the world's first commercially available test system for High Speed Uplink Packet Access.
2007-04-17 Firmware adds WAAS, EGNOC to GPS receiver
Trimble Navigation has introduced new firmware that adds Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) capability to its ultrathin Copernicus GPS receiver.
2008-03-18 Finisar, DSI launch SAN training hub in Singapore
Finisar and A*STAR DSI have announced a partnership to bring SAN training to Asia and Singapore.
2008-10-13 FAQs: Zigbee
Zigbee is a standard for embedded application software and has been ratified in late 2004 under IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Networking Standards.
2008-11-14 FAQs: USB design
What are the differences between USB 1.1 and USB 2.0? Is there a difference between Hi-Speed USB and USB 2.0? Which is the correct nomenclature?
2015-11-23 Facebook transitions to 100Gb/s switch for its data centres
The Wedge 100 is a 32 x 100G switch said to use Broadcom's latest Tomahawk switch chip with a 3.2Tb/s aggregate maximum throughput.
2012-06-19 Exposing 10GBase-T myths
Know the truths behind the myths surrounding 10GBase-T and the future of copper twisted-pair Ethernet applications.
2015-02-06 Examining Tektronix RSA306 signal analyser
Read about the trade-offs needed to produce a spectrum analyser in a small form factor while retaining much of the performance and usability of much larger instruments
2008-03-06 Evaluation kit revs up low-power design for ISM band
Atmel has introduced an evaluation kit that provides designers a ready-to-use development platform in the low-power wireless market for the 2.4GHz ISM frequency band.
2006-03-01 Ethernet's inventor sounds off
Bob Metcalfe has seen it all in 40 years on the front lines of technology.
2009-08-25 Ethernet switch packs IPv6 support
Diversified Technology Inc.'s new switch is a PICMG 2.16-compliant CompactPCI-managed Ethernet switch.
2001-05-01 Ethernet moves past 10Gbps
Advances in Ethernet and the emergence of an intelligent optical layer have given birth to an alternative transport architecture that extends the power of Ethernet to MANs, WANs, and LAN backbones.
2015-02-25 Ethernet evolves for the connected car era
This article will explore the requirements of tomorrow's automotive networks and how the new 2-wire Ethernet PHYs currently under development will meet them.
2007-09-26 Ethernet chip tailors switching to needs of carriers
Startup Lightstorm Networks has come out of stealth mode with its first chip tailoring Ethernet switching to the needs of carriers.
2004-03-01 Ericsson picks up Sharp as new licensee
Ericsson's Mobile Platforms unit will supply Sharp Corp. with 3G mobile phone platforms under a licensing deal.
2007-10-01 Ericsson goes beyond wireless
LM Ericsson's chief marketing officer, Johan Bergendahl, discusses the company's efforts to expand its wireless operator roots into a multi-environment approach to communications.
2007-02-01 Ensure strong security in mobile transactions
Mobile handsets are being looked to increasingly act as transactional mechanisms. But before we reach that point of complete convergence, there is the issue of security that needs to be addressed first.
2008-10-16 Ensure full service with mobile device management
Data suggests that the Open Mobile Alliance Device Management standard has support across all key markets, and that this support is growing. Here's why.
2012-09-25 Enhance MCU performance, security with hardware accelerated crypto
Discover how to accelerate compute-intensive cryptographic algorithms and off load those tasks from the ARM core.
2013-05-22 Enhance functional safety in embedded designs
Find out how to increase functional safety in networked embedded designs.
2004-01-06 Energy-harvesting component runs wireless nets
Wireless sensor networks are becoming an attractive solution in a wide variety of applications.
2007-03-05 Energy estimator rolls for Tensilica processors
Tensilica's energy estimator lets design engineers perform "what if" scenarios that help slice power consumption in the media-rich processor technologies the company offers.
2015-01-21 Enabling augmented reality in automotives
Here's a look at R-Car Gen2 SoC family touted to enable ready to use advanced 3D surround view applications to offer the driver an immersive and safe experience.
2008-07-02 Enable DSP co-processing in FPGAs
Today's ever increasing demand for high-speed communication and superfast computing in support of triple-play apps is creating new challenges for those who need to draw together a multitude of standards, components and networking equipment.
2007-08-14 Emulex, Qlogic field 8Gbps Fibre Channel solutions
Emulex and QLogic have announced prototype solutions supporting the 8Gbps version of Fibre Channel expected to roll out in storage networks starting next year.
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