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Intel Corporation unveiled innovations in HPC and announced new software tools that will help propel businesses and researchers to generate greater insights from their data and
New Intel CEO, President Outline Product Plans, Future of Computing Vision to 'Mobilize' Intel and Developers
Krzanich Announces New Lower-Power Product Family, Demonstrates Upcoming LTE and Lead 14nm Products From datacenters to ultra-mobile devices such as tablets, phones and wearables,
“Pervasive adoption, ever more powerful new networks, spectacular handheld devices and close to two million mobile applications have helped to create an explosion in the mobile
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Lanner designs and manufactures the embedded building blocks on which a nearly limitless variety of mobile computer applications are built. The LVC-5 Series is developed for multi-functions fleet management, transit surveillance and infotainment control unit.
Bluetooth Low Energy (LE, or BLE, or Smart) is all about sending and receiving data just like any other Bluetooth device, but doing so using much less power. It's ideally suited for M2M applications where a device wakes up, transmits or receives data, then goes back to sleep. The Bluetooth SIG specifies myriad application profiles from healthcare ("Blood Pressure Profile") to Sports and Fitness. At the recent DESIGN West 2013 conference, editor-in-chief Chris A. Ciufo got the lowdown on Laird's new BL600 Bluetooth LE Smart modules.
Cars can be hacked; connected cars with Bluetooth or cellular, even more so. "Comprehensive Experimental Analyses of Automotive Attack Surfaces". Stephen Checkoway of the University of California, San Diego presents a seminal refereed paper at the 20th USENIX Security Symposium in August 2011. This video will shock and frighten you at the same time, but if you're an embedded developer--it should wake you up to start taking security seriously. (Note the digital speedometer info display hack 5 seconds into the briefing!)
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.
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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.