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2004-06-17 SBS establishes major presence in China
SBS Technologies Inc. has announced the launching of SBS Technologies (Shenzhen) Ltd on June 18, 2004.
2010-07-05 SBCs pack Freescale multicore processors
Emerson Network Power rolls out modular single-board computers (SBCs) based on the COM Express small form factor powered by Freescale Semiconductor's multicore QorIQ processors.
2007-03-09 SBC targets military embedded computing apps
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has expanded its EmPower family with the introduction of the EP2A 6U VME SBC for rugged military embedded computing applications.
2005-07-18 SBC extends to 1GHz
ELTEC now offers a high-speed version of its BAB 760 PowerPC SBC, courtesy of IBM's PowerPC 750-GX processor, to extend the system's applications in medical, telecommunications, and industrial automation
2003-11-27 Samsung CIS chip complies with EIA standards
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the development of its high-quality CMOS image sensor chips and camera modules
2007-04-12 Rugged PC/104 CPU clears 1GHz barrier
Ampro Computers announced it has shattered the 1GHz barrier for rugged PC/104-size modules while maintaining compliance to form-factor standards
2008-08-11 RIO devices improve embedded control system
During NI Week, the company has launched new single-board RIO devices that provide a low-cost, integrated hardware option for deploying embedded control and data acquisition applications.
2004-04-29 Renesas extends SH-Mobile processors to lower-end designs
The slimmed-down version of Renesas' SH-Mobile application processor enables designers of mobile phones to add camera capabilities to their designs
2004-06-16 Renesas adds phone cams for lower end
Renesas gives lower-end mobile phone designers add camera capabilities with the release of a slimmed-down version of its SH-Mobile application processor
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.
2003-08-12 Raytheon receives contract from Lockheed Martin
Raytheon Co. has received a $121.8M contract from Lockheed Martin to deliver Lot 3 and Lot 4 Common Integrated Processors to the F/A-22 fighter program.
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.
2014-07-02 Quick start guide for MPC57xxM GTM
This application note explains how to configure the microcontroller to use the generic timer module (GTM). It also tackles how to enable and initialise the GTM.
2001-05-01 Prototype, debug targets ARC-based SoCs
This article describes the Aptix and ARC Core team-up to configure a verification environment that enables developers to prototype full SoCs in near-real-time conditions.
2010-03-09 Programmable Zigbee module is foolproof
The programmable XBee-PRO ZB from Digi International is claimed to be the first foolproof programmable module for easy and safe Zigbee application development.
2006-06-19 Programmable chips rev critical algorithms
DRC and XtremeData deliver programmable coprocessors that can accelerate time-critical algorithms run on AMD64 processor
2006-03-22 Programmable bridge controller fuels Intel's push into embedded applications
QuickLogic has optimized its QL5822 QuickPCI programmable bridge device to connect Intel Corp.'s PXA processors and wired Ethernet controllers.
2005-02-02 POLs pack power punch
Artesyn's ultracompact SIL30E and SMT30E point-of-load converter modules deliver up to 30A at 0.8V to 3.63V
2003-06-24 PMC-Sierra MIPS processors eye networking systems
PMC-Sierra Inc. has introduced the RM7900, RM7965, and RM7935 MIPS-based processors for networked laser printers and storage systems.
2004-02-23 PFU rolls out power management, protection systems
PFU Systems has announced a full suite of power management and thermal protection systems on its Plug-N-Run G3 System-on-Modules
2007-04-12 PC/104-plus SBC runs at up to 85C without a fan
WinSystems' new SBC based on AMD GX500@1W operates throughout the temperature range of -40C to 85C without the need for a fan.
2015-03-30 Paving the way for Exascale computing
Here is an article that explores the promises and challenges surrounding Exascale computing, which is touted as the next big goal in supercomputer performance.
2003-11-24 Parvus CPU based on AMD MCU
Parvus Corp. has unveiled its SpacePC 4200 CPU, a fanless 5 x 86 class PC/104-Plus processor board based around the 32-bit AMD ?lan SC520 microcontroller
2012-11-08 Nufront squares in on mobile apps processors
Nufront will try to outdo competitors in the apps processor market with wireless offerings such as its first-generation GSM/WCDMA 3G baseband chip
2004-07-15 NI PXI embedded controller has 1GB DDR-SDRAM
National Instruments disclosed that it has developed the industry's highest-performance 3U PXI embedded controller.
2005-03-15 NI controllers triple performance
NI boasts that its new family of Compact FieldPoint controllers will enable engineers and scientists building processing-intensive control apps to triple their processing performance.
2006-07-04 New Nexperia IC offers fast download, long battery life
Philips new Nexperia mobile multimedia processors promises super-fast download of content while minimizing power consumption and increasing battery life on the move.
2007-08-07 Nano-ITX mainboard offers native dual LVDS support
Via Technologies claims that the VIA EPIA NR is the first Nano-ITX mainboard to natively support LVDS in two single or one dual-channel monitor configuration without requiring a daughterboard.
2008-10-22 Multimedia processors enable low-cost car infotainment
With the release of i.MX35 family of multimedia processors, Freescale Semiconductor is taking premium automotive infotainment capabilities beyond the domain of luxury cars.
2009-09-01 Multicore DSP supports 3G/4G wireless standards
Freescale has unveiled the MSC8154 processor designed to add a variety of price, power and throughput options to Freescale's portfolio of high-performance DSPs based on StarCore technology
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