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2009-09-17 Samsung Electro-Mechanics gets Zigbee RF4CE stamp
Samsung Electro-Mechanics has received ZigBee RF4CE certification for the first time in Korea
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.
2007-04-04 RTI integrates IPv6 support in middleware
Real-Time Innovations Inc. has incorporated IPv6 support into its RTI Data Distribution Service middleware
2012-09-18 Review of wireless connectivity protocols for embedded systems
Learn about design strategies for easily and quickly incorporating wireless connectivity into an embedded design.
2008-11-25 Report: Ethernet won't fly at 100Gbit
A new report from Freesky Research forecasts that Ethernet will not dominate multi-gigabit networks to the extent it has dominated sub-gigabit ones.
2013-09-02 Reducing device power consumption (Part 3)
Part 3 continues with the discussion on different network standby techniques to reduce power
2013-08-12 Reducing device power consumption (Part 1)
The first instalment discusses the embedded cyclical states and packet classification.
2014-12-09 Reduce power SoC consumption in the interconnect
Here's a modular approach to SoC interconnect for reducing power consumption. The modular concept is different because it consists of a distributed architecture of various components.
2004-11-16 QNX launches development kit for in-vehicle multimedia systems
QNX unveiled its MOST Technology Development Kit for development of high-performance in-vehicle multimedia apps for the Media Oriented Systems Transport bus.
2011-10-10 Pros and cons of different high speed digital tests
Here's a discussion on the relative merits and demerits of high speed digital test approaches and dynamic protocol reconfiguration
2008-07-16 Predicting real-world wireless performance
Scalability and the interaction of applications with each other have always made real-world wireless performance unpredictable in the lab. An additional challenge emerges with the introduction of 802.11n-complaint devices along with the existing a/b/g equipment.
2008-07-04 Power Architecture MCUs gear up for automotive
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of Power Architecture MCUs to address a broad range of cost-sensitive automotive applications requiring 32bit performance.
2014-05-07 Porting TCP/IP stack to embedded IoT devices
It is a common misconception that since a communication protocol stack is called a TCP/IP stack, porting it to an embedded target provides the device with all TCP/IP functionalities and performance
2011-01-21 Picochip, Continuous Computing, Ixia team up on LTE
Picochip, Continuous Computing and Ixia have collaborated to validate the Trillium LTE and femtocell wireless protocol software using picoArray harwade via IxCatapult
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
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.
2008-03-19 Perform smart verification of GAN-enabled phones
Mobile phone developers have several opportunities to test their GAN implementations against standards. Early verification of a phone's ability to handle data and voice improves the probability of success during conformance testing.
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.
2007-10-01 Optical transport system fits enterprise nets
Cisco Systems Inc. cofounder Len Bosack has unveiled the optical-transport fruits of his company, the device dubbed the DXM the transport system.
2001-05-01 Optical Ethernet redefines access
Carriers and ISPs have been using Ethernet for building their internal networks. Now the emergence of optical Ethernet is much more than just Ethernet in the fiber, it changes the notion of what network access should be
2006-10-02 OEM suite bundles EAP, WPA variants
Silex Technology America Inc. has introduced a source-code-level software product for OEMs called the Network Security Suite
2005-05-02 Nomadic fiber-optics tester supplants multiple instruments
The T9080s from Anritsu are compact optical time-domain reflectometers that are designed for metro area FTTx access network testing
2004-12-03 NI announces new FlexRay library for LabVIEW
NI disclosed that automotive engineers can now use its new FlexRay library for LabVIEW to quickly and easily test devices on a FlexRay communications network
2006-12-22 New RTOS library supports DAQ cubes
United Electronic Industries announced the addition of complete QNX RTOS support for its PowerDNA products.
2005-04-15 New LIN system basis chip from Atmel with 6kV ESD protection
Atmel announced the availability of its new Local Interface Network system basis chip, which provides an ESD protection of 6kV and low current consumption as required in automotive apps
2003-07-01 Net processors address multiservice switch demands
Network processors provide a programmable solution for the forwarding plane, enabling more flexible and scalable implementations
2002-10-29 Net processor suppliers to brace for long shakeout
A long shakeout lies ahead for network processor makers observed a senior chip executive predicted at the Network Processor Conference West
2002-12-02 Net processes shuffle design priorities
The special demands of network protocols and packet processing are a radical departure from the applications for which general-purpose processors were designed many years ago
2003-03-05 NEC delivers hardware-based TTP bus controller
NEC Electronics Corp. has announced the availability of a new TTP bus controller ASIC that assumes the protocol functions in CPUs
2004-10-01 MSE wins over edge routers
Here's why a properly architected MSE device offers distinct advantages over traditional edge routing technology.
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