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  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: How to build a fully managed and scalable long-range network with low-power nodes
    Published. July 25, 2016

    Connecting low power nodes to the Internet is possible today with a variety of different wireless technologies. Among all of them, the communication in the Sub-1 GHz band has the ability to reach the longest range and is better suited for indoor environments (office, building, home), at an overall lower system cost and complexity (no relay nodes) and with the lowest power consumption. But when it comes to realizing the full potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), the requirements go far beyond...


  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    Connection of PHP and mysql
    Published. July 22, 2016

    Hello DaniWeb Users;I'm not a good coder here please hold on me,My machine is linux ubuntu 14.04 and I install apache2 also the php5.I was trying to create a simple log in page here (no registration thing)So in mysql I just create 3 fields (user_id, username, password)This is my connection ......


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    ?The best Linux laptop: The 2016 Dell XPS 13
    Published. July 19, 2016

    Dell's fifth-generation open-source developer laptop isn't just good, it's great....


  • Adam Sherer Blog

    Adam Sherer Blog

    OVM is "Open" for Business
    Published. July 29, 2008

    Open things are just curiosities until the ecosystem figures out how to turn them into money. Java and Linux are good examples of that. When they first hit the "open" space, they were interesting technical solutions to interoperability (Java) and breaking the proprietary operating system monopoly (Linux). Its only when companies started wrapping products and services around them that they really electrified their respective ecosystems. The same thing is happening right now for the OVM....


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Trying to Make Sense of the Chaos – Impressions from Design West 2012
    Published. April 3, 2012

    Walking the show floor of "Design West," the show formerly known as "Embedded Systems Conference," I was as confused as ever. This was the most diverse exhibition I have ever been to. The 222 exhibitors varied from vendors offering system-level modeling with UML/SysML, lifecycle tracking, automated test and verification tools, compilers, operating systems and related services, board design and microcontrollers to exhibitors sorted by application domain in zones for "Multi-core,"...


  • Ran Avinun's Blog

    Ran Avinun's Blog

    System Development – What To See At DAC 2010
    Published. June 7, 2010

    The EDA360 vision paper specifies key System Realization challenges. Embedded software development and verification are rapidly becoming the key increasing cost factors for the electronics industry. Integration and re-use are becoming critical for the success of any electronic company. In this blog, I will summarize the specific system development discussions, presentations and demos that Cadence and its collaboration partners will provide during the upcoming Design Automation Conference (DAC) along...


  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft showcases SQL Server, .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux deliverables
    Published. June 27, 2016

    Microsoft is readying SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and is making .NET Core 1.0 and ASP.NET Core 1.0 generally available today, as promised....


  • Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Source Initiative blogs

    Using Open Source Software, Powering Potential and the Raspberry Pi Foundation Bring Technology to Schools in Tanzania
    Published. May 27, 2016

    Thanks to open source, Powering Potential and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are able to bring computers and a library of digital education content to rural schools in the East African nation of Tanzania. Recently, the Foundation funded a project now distributing Raspberry Pi computers with uploaded educational content alongside portable projectors and screens to 56 schools across the Zanzibar archipelago and two mainland regions of Tanzania. The Segal Family Foundation also provided matching funds,...


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org

    Very preliminary RHEL7/CentOS7 SIOS base support
    Published. April 19, 2016

    This is rebasing our SIOS tech atop RHEL7/CentOS7. Very early stage, pre-alpha, lots of debugger windows open … but … [root@usn-ramboot ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511 (Core) [root@usn-ramboot ~]# uname -r 4.4.6.scalable [root@usn-ramboot ~]# df -h / Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on tmpfs 8.0G 4.7G 3.4G 59% / Dracut is giving […]...


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Windows XP and Win32 - the Platform of the Future!
    Published. October 7, 2013

    Over the past decade I often wondered why anyone uses Windows.  It's just so... proprietary.  And pedestrian.  As I grew up my OS of choice went nothing to CPM to DOS (on Apple ][), GEM on Atari ST,  MS-DOS, DOS extenders, Mac OS, Windows NT, Windows XP, Linux...  Now, I again find myself a fan of Windows XP, the platform of the future.  (I am still a fan of bare......


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman Blog

    UVM-ML OA: Now Within Incisive Platform As Well!
    Published. February 23, 2016

    Open-source software has many advantages. In short: you can see it (the code), you can inspect it ( check out what Coverity revealed in the Android kernel ), and you can change it. But the fact that open-source software is not commercial also raises concerns: Is it “polished” enough? Is it thoroughly tested? How hard should I work to make it part of my product? What is the level of support? Etc. Yes, life is always a compromise… Cadence has been providing its multi-language solution (UVM-ML...


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman Blog

    UVM-ML OA: Now Within Incisive Platform As Well!
    Published. February 23, 2016

    Open-source software has many advantages. In short: you can see it (the code), you can inspect it ( check out what Coverity revealed in the Android kernel ), and you can change it. But the fact that open-source software is not commercial also raises concerns: Is it “polished” enough? Is it thoroughly tested? How hard should I work to make it part of my product? What is the level of support? Etc. Yes, life is always a compromise… Cadence has been providing its multi-language solution (UVM-ML...


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Wind River aims for cloud revenue in IoT strategy
    Published. November 3, 2015

    Wind River aims to change its business model to collect money from cloud services for IoT instead of selling licences for embedded devices....


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Wind River aims for cloud revenue in IoT strategy
    Published. November 3, 2015

    Wind River aims to change its business model to collect money from cloud services for IoT instead of selling licences for embedded devices....


  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software INTEGRITY-178 tuMP Multicore Operating System Selected by Georgia Tech Research Institute and Air National Guard for C-130 Software Modernization Program
    Published. October 20, 2015

    Proven Leader in DO-178B Level A and EAL 6+ Operating Systems Selected for Intel Core i7 RTOS Requirement on Critical Airborne Computer Requiring Windows and Linux Virtualization...


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Purism crowd-funding Libre 13 Linux laptop, preparing second-generation Libre 15
    Published. June 20, 2015

    The company hopes to expand the notebook lineup running its open-source PureOS with a smaller, $1,649 portable that will ship in September if it receives sufficient backing....


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Purism crowd-funding Libre 13 Linux laptop, preparing second-generation Libre 15
    Published. June 20, 2015

    The company hopes to expand the notebook lineup running its open-source PureOS with a smaller, $1,649 portable that will ship in September if it receives sufficient backing....


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    Cadence Firmware Packages Enable Successful IP Integration
    Published. January 26, 2015

    Building a system on chip (SoC) from IP blocks requires system-level integration and bring-up, and that requires firmware working on the target. In a fast-paced development cycle, it is crucial to provide customers with IP blocks and tested firmware. In particular, at the bring-up stage, there may be very few debug capabilities at hand and, therefore, a firmware package that is pre-tested on multiple platforms and systems will speed up the integration effort. The driver package provides the following...


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    #IoT "World's 1st Internet of Things App Store for IoT and Wearables" #DRONE #ROBOT
    Published. January 20, 2015

    The world's first Internet-of-Things (IoT) App Store opens today by the makers of the most popular version of Linux, Cananical's Ubuntu. The company is giving away the Ubuntu Core--a stripped down version of Linux with no graphical user interface (GUI)--for anyone making IoT or wearables, will handle auto-updating devices, guarantees bullet-proof security and will allow developers to use their cloud to test apps, list them in their store, or help IoT or wearable maker to put up their own cloud-based...


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    eevBLAB #5 – Are Mixed Signal (MSO) Oscilloscopes Worth The Money?
    Published. January 18, 2015

    Dave answers a forum question about whether the Rigol MSO1074Z mixed signal oscilloscope is worth double the price of the DS1054Z. Or whether it’s better to buy the DSO and separate USB logic analyser. But this applies to any mixed signal oscilloscope. Saleae Logic Analyser Don’t forget The Amp Hour! Dave is on Twitter Forum […]...


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    Building Open Virtual Platforms - Bridging the Gap of Model Availability
    Published. May 4, 2011

    Virtual prototypes promise to enable early software development, shorten system bring-up time, and provide a resulting increase in revenue. One of the key barriers that project teams face when considering use of virtual prototypes is the "missing model syndrome" -- essentially the lack of adequate pre-built IP to assemble into the prototype, and the challenges of creating those models themselves. Some providers have created libraries of models, but without a standard language the models...


  • Team Verify's Blog

    Team Verify's Blog

    DVCon 2012 Preview: Focus on Formal & ABV Events and Papers
    Published. February 14, 2012

    In a few short weeks DVCon 2012 will be upon us ( Feb. 27 - March 1 in San Jose ), and Team Verify and our colleagues on the Incisive Verification team will be there in force supporting tutorials, panels, papers, and of course the afternoon expo with our partners. Focusing on the formal and assertion-based verification (ABV) aspects of this show, here are the highlights to seek out: * On Tuesday February 28, there is a whole session focused on "Formal Techniques". Of particular interest...


  • Simon Phipp's Blog

    Simon Phipp's Blog

    Linux Foundation's certification sets new benchmark for admins
    Published. August 29, 2014

    At LinuxCon last week, the Linux Foundation announced a new certification scheread more...


  • MyEclipse

    MyEclipse

    Special Deal for MyEclipse Customers!
    Published. January 22, 2014

    Great News, MyEclipsers! MyEclipse subscribers can now get 25% off Linux VPS Hosting or Linux Cloud VPS Hosting from RoseHosting.com! RoseHosting.com has been the trusted cloud hosting provider for Genuitec for some time now and they have graciously put together this amazing discount for our customers. You can claim this 25 percent off promotion by logging … Read More...


  • A View From the Top

    A View From the Top

    Linux and the Big Bad Wolf
    Published. June 25, 2014

    Guest blog by Achim Nohl With great interest, I am following any news around the progress of Linaro and the Linux kernel community with regard to addressing all the requirements for an ARMv8 64bit server software stack. Well established standards, such as the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) and Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) […]...


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    This Week’s Top Ten
    Published. May 2, 2014

    Here are the Top Ten blogs for the week ending May 2, 2014: 1. NIST Tool Vets Government Apps 2. New Android App Opens Doors—Literally 3. Shipping Is A New Criminal Hacking Target 4. OnePlus One Smartphone Uses Cyanogenmod OS 5. Kali Linux (BackTrack 6) Now Available 6. Create Your Own Cellphone Network 7. Samsung […] The post This Week’s Top Ten appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    This Week’s Top Ten
    Published. May 2, 2014

    Here are the Top Ten blogs for the week ending May 2, 2014: 1. NIST Tool Vets Government Apps 2. New Android App Opens Doors—Literally 3. Shipping Is A New Criminal Hacking Target 4. OnePlus One Smartphone Uses Cyanogenmod OS 5. Kali Linux (BackTrack 6) Now Available 6. Create Your Own Cellphone Network 7. Samsung […] The post This Week’s Top Ten appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • John Day

    John Day

    Mentor’s New Software for Developing Linux-Based IVI Systems
    Published. March 6, 2014

    Mentor Graphics’ Embedded Software division has released a new version of its Automotive Technology Platform (ATP) for developing Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems. Embedded division general manager Glenn Perry notes that the new release has achieved GENIVI 5.0-compliance with leading IVI systems-on-chips (SoCs) such as Freescale’s i.MX6, Texas Instruments’ OMAP5 and Renesas’ Marzen H1. Mentor’s […]...


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    Starting Virtual Platform Simulation with Cadence Software Developer
    Published. October 11, 2013

    Last time, I provided an introduction to the Eclipse setup for the Cadence Virtual System Platform. This time I will explain how to run simulation using Software Developer. Cadence Software Developer provides multiple flows to hand off virtual platform simulations to software engineers. The easiest flow can be used when the platform creator and software developer are working at the same company and on the same network. In this flow, I will describe how to simulate...


  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    ePC-K7 Embedded Computer Supports Kintex 7 325/410, Spartan 6 FPGAs
    Published. September 26, 2013

    Innovative Integration announced the ePC-K7 user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument. The ePC-K7 embedded computer is a full Windows/Linux PC. It supports programmable Kintex 7 325/410 and Spartan 6 FPGAs and a wide variety of FMC modules. The ePC-K7 features a modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture. The embedded system reduces time-to-market. Read […]...


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    Synopsys Debuts DesignWare HDMI 2.0 TX/RX IP Solutions
    Published. September 9, 2013

    Synopsys introduced their DesignWare HDMI 2.0 TX/RX IP solutions. The DesignWare HDMI 2.0 IP solution includes controller, PHY, and example Linux drivers. The solution reduce designers’ integration risk and time-to-market. The DesignWare HDMI 2.0 RX/TX Controller and PHY IP are available now in 28-nm process nodes from multiple foundries. Read more: Synopsys Debuts DesignWare HDMI [...]...


  • Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    GitHub: Critical New Issue in FOSS Management
    Published. August 21, 2013

    The management of FOSS continues to evolve. Many companies have focused on managing their internal resources and repositories. However the rise of GitHub and other online repositories increases the complexity of this management. Samsung recently had this experience native Linux driver for Microsoft’s exFAT file-system which was accidently posted on GitHub. http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTQxNzg. Samsung has [...]...


  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #426
    Published. August 4, 2013

    Roundup ‘13 - Teaching and Mentoring Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com Special thanks to D.J. Hagberg and Peter Pilgrim for the excellent show notes for this session. Creating curruculum on GitHub for examples - short, small Coursera Pair Programming LaTeX Beamer Write the code first for examples Presentation Patterns - Book Herding Racehorses & Racing Sheep - Dave Thomas presentation Edward Tufte - separate presentations from a "read-ahead"...


  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #426
    Published. August 4, 2013

    Roundup ‘13 - Teaching and Mentoring Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com Special thanks to D.J. Hagberg and Peter Pilgrim for the excellent show notes for this session. Creating curruculum on GitHub for examples - short, small Coursera Pair Programming LaTeX Beamer Write the code first for examples Presentation Patterns - Book Herding Racehorses & Racing Sheep - Dave Thomas presentation Edward Tufte - separate presentations from a "read-ahead"...


  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    An Interview with PICMG President and Chairman Joe Pavlat
    Published. July 29, 2013

    PICMG is the standards organization responsible for AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA, CompactPCI, and several other hardware form factors. They’ve had a VERY busy twelve months, with myriad standards updates on the way. From CompactPCI Express, to faster Ethernet, to lower priced memories … Continue reading →...


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Welcome Arduino Yún
    Published. May 21, 2013

    Massimo Banzi announced it some minutes ago during his annual “The state of Arduino” presentation at Maker Faire Bay Area:  Arduino Yún  is the first of a revolutionary family of wifi products combining Arduino with Linux. Yún means “cloud” in chinese language,  as the purpose of this board to make it simple to connect to complex web […]...


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Welcome Arduino Yún
    Published. May 21, 2013

    Massimo Banzi announced it some minutes ago during his annual “The state of Arduino” presentation at Maker Faire Bay Area:  Arduino Yún  is the first of a revolutionary family of wifi products combining Arduino with Linux. Yún means “cloud” in chinese language,  as the purpose of this board to make it simple to connect to complex web […]...


  • To USB or not to USB

    To USB or not to USB

    An explanation of the USB Video Class (UVC)
    Published. December 7, 2012

    At IDF, I talked with Terry Moore, CEO of MCCI.  He explained the USB Video Class (UVC). Video Class, in this case, means moving video from a web camera or digital video camera to another device like a display, or PC, or game console. UVC is built into Windows, Mac OX, Linux, FreeBSD, and the [...]...


  • Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    SPDX Will Revolutionize Open Source Management
    Published. May 13, 2011

    Last week, Black Duck announced support for the beta release of the Software Package Data Exchange™ (SPDX) standard. The SPDX working group, sponsored by the Linux Foundation with Black Duck as one of the co-chairs, created the specification as a standard format for communicating the components, licenses and copyrights associated with software packages and components. This event [...]...





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