The Embedded Software Store Expands Its Site in Support of CPU Architectures Beyond the ARM Architecture
Avnet Electronics Marketing, an operating group of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), today announced the Embedded Software Store, an online information and e-Commerce-based website dedicated
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Blog Post: IEEE802.3bt: Can 4-pair and 2-pair coexist? / (TI E2E Community)
One of the biggest challenges that the IEEE802.3bt Task Force faces is how to define the behavior for new 4-pair devices when they are attached to legacy 2-pair devices. In fact, it is such a challenge that I wrote my very first blog post about it. In this post, I want to dive a little deeper into the issues...
Cadence is committed to supplying Ethernet silicon and verification IP to help its customers develop Ethernet solutions. The IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standards committee recently held an interim meeting in Indian Wells, California. The location and weather were good. And I got to see a joshua tree: I...
Eighteen months after its public disclosure, a patch is available for a hard coded Ethernet credential vulnerability within systems produced by Schneider Electric. The flaw was first identified by Rubén Santamarta and published in December 2011. After reverse engineering the firmware update, Santamarta found he could load...
The low-power Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 family SoC enables a new generation of devices for communications infrastructure, including an ATCA-based control-plane processor and application
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