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Axiomtek 18.5-inch PCAP Panel Computer Modulized Design Delivers Hassle-free Deployment -- GOT3187W-832-PCT
Axiomtek presents a new 18.5” WXGA TFT widescreen fanless multi-touch panel computer, the GOT3187W-832-PCT. It comes with the extraordinary easy-to-deploy modulized design
When designing a system on a chip (SoC) that employs one or more embedded processor cores, the choice...
The future success of DVFS and near-threshold computing look dubious—at least for SoCs.
In Part II, IP Extreme’s Savage reveals why IP standards take so long while discussing brand values,...
Today chip giant Intel announced outgoing CEO Paul Otellini’s replacement: he’s Brian Krzanich,...
Help me, how to install MS SQL Server in Laptop! / (Consumerization: BYOD)
My Laptop Specs: **i3 2.40Ghz 2048MB RAM Sony VAIO E Series Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000 64-bit OS** I had tried installing **Microsoft SQL Server 2008** for about 3 times now on my laptop. I still can't install it. Please help me. What to do? I really need the software for ......
Blog Post: New book focuses on Battery Power / (TI E2E Community)
I sat down this week with Yevgen Barsukov and Jinrong Qian, two of TI’s leading battery technology experts to discuss the release of their new 240-page book, Battery Power Management for Portable Devices (by Artech House publishing -- available now on Amazon). The book provides comprehensive coverage of the latest...
While the original Yoga 11 ran Windows RT and was powered by an ARM chip, the new version offers Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and runs either Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro....
The Internet of Things – the Next Growth Driver, Enabled by High-Level Synthesis? / (Jack Erickson's Blog)
The electronics industry has enjoyed constant growth while undergoing constant transformation. One of the most significant transformations has been the source of that growth -- from the PC revolution, to the rise of the internet, to mobile computing. The consensus is that the next growth driver is going to be "the...
An interview with Bob Burckle, Vice President, WinSystems discusses x86, ARM, and low power.
The medical device industry is in the earliest stages of addressing medical device security today, but developers should expect to see many changes over the next several years.
Designing a glucose monitoring device is made easy with an 8-bit, 8051-based Programmable SoC When you go to your local pharmacy, you’ll find glucose measurement strips that,
Application providers need to step up and begin building in sufficient security for mobile devices, including vulnerability mitigation, re-evaluation of trust and incorporation of secure authentication channels.
Following the microcontroller datasheet specs for energy or power measurements may lead to disastrous conclusions.
Is HTML5 the right answer for the rabid consumer’s taste for car tech, while still giving the auto manufacturer the safety and security they’re required to offer by law?
But does Intel have the staying power?
Intel launches initiatives to help customers.
Truly flexible electronics from processor, memory, interface, and battery components are here, thanks to IBM, STMicro, Leti, Imec, Kaist, Kovio, and others.
Open, modular systems deploy quickly and improve monitoring and security. Advancements in embedded information and communication technologies present enormous potential for the intensified
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Introducing 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 Processor and Low Power Dual Core Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based Solutions
The #1 Industrial PC Manufacturer leads the embedded market into high-performance level IEI Technology USA Corp. is a leading industrial computing service provider integrating computing
Emerson’s ATCA-7470 is a 40G ATCA® packet processing blade that enables the highest packet processing performance and security features. You can consolidate packet, application and
The Emerson ATCA-7370 uses dual 8-core Intel® Xeon® processors E5-2600 in a blade design optimized for compute and thermal performance. It delivers outstanding performance, using
The PICO831 extreme-compact Pico-ITX SBC is designed to support the newest ultra low-power , dual-core Intel® Atom™ processor N2800 1.86 GHz and N2600 1.6 GHz with the Intel® NM10
The MANO872 Mini ITX motherboard is designed for the new 22nm 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 processors in the LGA1155 socket with Intel® Q77 Express chipset. With features
The ADLQM67PC is a stackable PC/104-based form factor SBC utilizing second generation Intel® Core™ processors. This small, highly-rugged form factor is ideal for applications where
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The SWaP-C trend continues unabated as ever more C4ISR, SIGINT, SDR and radar/sonar processing applications demand TeraFLOP computing in rugged, compact systems.
Swissbit is a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of DRAM and Flash memory products for the Industrial and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) markets. Swissbit produces high reliability / high-density DRAM memory modules and Flash based devices for use in both commercial and industrial environments.
AAEON digital signage products represent the future of media delivery and live advertising. AAEON offers high end digital signage products that allow for the delivery of content that can be interactive and easily updated. With an infinite number of applications, the possibilities are endless.
Intel's Max Domeika talks about migration techniques for the embedded Atom processor.
Intel Labs continues to make powerful new security capabilities available to the embedded industry.
Max Domeika talks to Low-Power Engineering about the impact of power and how that is affecting everything from embedded to multicore software.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini kicked off IDF 2010 in San Francisco on September 13, 2010 with a keynote highlighting several trends that will drive future industry growth.
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Enabling Workload Consolidation on the Next-Generation Communications Platform from Intel®, codename Crystal Forest
Introducing a new approach which enables a single blade type to perform both control and packet processing functions at very high speed.
The 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor: A must have for all high-performance embedded computing appliances
Satisfying market demands for ever-increasing power savings and performance gains, Kontron offers a broad selection of 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processor-based embedded computing platforms. These platforms allow OEMs to streamline development of compute- and graphic-intensive applications leveraging the latest technologies in standardized, scalable form factors. Download Kontron’s whitepaper today to find out about Intel’s architecture advancements. Learn how to integrate Kontron’s seven new application-ready platforms that are highly-effective design building blocks that speed time-to-market.
Complex visual processing is becoming an important part of rugged industrial applications. Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) of manufacturing lines, Infrared Thermography (IRT) in oil refineries, and traffic safety enforcement are some examples of the ways image and video processing improve quality, efficiency, and safety. However, visual computing in rugged environments has its challenges. Most applications are resource-intensive and include extensive 2D and 3D graphics processing. Tough environmental conditions require fanless designs that limit power and present thermal dissipation challenges. Customers are also pushing for smaller sizes and lower costs.
The quality and flexibility of digital signage is a function of the graphics processing capability of the media players that drive the displays. To deliver a high level of graphics performance, media players tend to incorporate discrete graphics processing units, although some players use the graphics engine on the CPU platform. Discover how 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processors provide retailers improved graphics performance and anonymous video analytics to deliver audience messaging at lower cost and watt.
Video surveillance today is in the midst of a paradigm shift. Gone are the days of security staff watching fuzzy images on closed circuit TV (CCTV). Instead, high-resolution Internet protocol (IP) cameras are improving video quality and enabling new applications like video content analytics. And with hybrid NVR, users’ will be able to preserve their investment in analog cameras by being able to receive, process and record signals from both analog and newer IP cameras.
Market demand continues to grow for high-performance imaging, communications and security systems. Solutions need to contain scalable power-efficient processors with better integrated graphics capabilities than ever before. From imaging to communications to security to raw scalar throughput, the second generation Intel® Core™ processors (formerly codenamed Sandy Bridge) combining with C206, Q67 and QM67 chipsets offer either a simple, power-efficient upgrade or a massive architectural simplification.
For FPGA developers working on designs for medical devices, one approach to dealing with regulatory uncertainty is to borrow heavily from design assurance processes in other safety-critical industries, such as avionics, where standards are well established. These well-established standards mandate a development flow that is controlled, auditable and perhaps most important, specific to the requirements of hardware engineering. While following such a flow will not guarantee smooth sailing though every regulatory approval process for FPGA devices bound for medical applications, it is consistent with basic regulatory intent - to demonstrate to auditors that complex devices meet their requirements and perform well under all foreseeable conditions.