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04/24/15 If you’re following this argument, the 3U VPX baseboard has all the I/O, while the XMC mezzanine holds the system CPU. This is a traditional COM stack, but it’s unusual to find...0
03/09/15 An Internet of Things current was not the only one at this year’s Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany, as a call for heterogeneous computing gained strength....0
03/05/15 BlackBerry, Motorola and Nokia—an advance obituary for each, and a warning to embedded companies...0
02/12/15 A heads up on some of the changes in a new modular operating system environment. Wind River...0
02/12/15 With 30 billion connected devices expected within five years and spanning automotive, consumer,...0
02/12/15 Low-power designs that also stand guard against passive, semi-invasive and invasive attacks...0
02/10/15 These two system examples showcase the incredible functionality that’s—ahem!—shoehorned...0
01/28/15 Networking, industrial, automotive, medical and other applications are using integrated hypervisors to pursue improved performance and more effective multiprocessor consolidation....0
Microchip Releases New Multizone Technology for Whole-Home-Audio and Multi-Room Applications Based on the JukeBlox® Platform 04/13/15
BittWare Announces 6U OpenVPX Channelizer System Featuring Dual Altera Stratix V GX FPGAs and High Speed Data Conversion 03/30/15
Pentek Introduces Dual Channel Adaptive IF Relay XMC for Commercial and Military Communications 03/27/15
Wind River Drives IoT Development of Intelligent, Connected and Secure Devices with Enhanced Linux Solutions 03/23/15
prpl Foundation Announces Formation of Security Working Group to Define Open Framework Addressing Next Generation Security Requirements of Future Connected Services 03/17/15
If you’re following this argument, the 3U VPX baseboard has all the I/O, while the XMC mezzanine holds...
Security Advice from the US Department of Justice: Include “Back Doors” to enable Monitoring. How...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
Blogging has been something that slipped off my radar for the past year. Here’s a reboot to see if...
If you want a stable Linux operating system and the latest developer tools, Red Hat has a deal for you....
Intel Compute Stick now available: $149 for Windows version, $110 for Linux / (Laptops and Desktops Blog)
After debuting its PC-on-a-HDMI-adapter at CES, the chip giant is readying it for shipment -- and has already delivered the first wave of units to tech reviewers....
Microsoft's Outlook for Android app for phones and tablets now generally available / (All About Microsoft)
Microsoft has removed the 'preview' tag from its free Outlook for Android app, which is now available in the Google Play Store....
Nebula, a cloud “appliance” (and company) has shut down. The software is open source, so their customers can pay others to provide support, or migrate to another stack. This isn’t a public cloud company, rather a private cloud company. There is little operational risk in moving from one openstack build...
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