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PCIe NICs integrate buses, master & slave operations

PCIe NICs integrate buses, master & slave operations
Expanding its line of interface solutions, Molex has introduced the SST DN4 DeviceNet PCIe NICs (Network Interface Cards). Utilising a single-source manufacturing process for hardware and software, the devices deliver outstanding reliability and performance. Applications for PCIe NICs include automotive and semiconductor automation devices and material handling equipment.
29th April 2016

Lanner further expands carrier-grade network appliances

Lanner further expands carrier-grade network appliances
The rapid adoption of cloud-based concepts into the telecom domain has triggered the shift from traditionally hardware-oriented business model into a software-centered proposition. In fact, telecom industries are requiring carrier-grade hardware architectures with high-performance, high-availability and high-scalability for deployments under NFV (Network Functions Virtualisations) and SDN (Software Defined Networking). Responding to this increasing demand, Lanner further expands its carrier-grade network appliances by introducing HCP-72i2 as its next telecom-standard, high-volume network platform.
27th April 2016

Adaptors for microwave applications up to 110GHz

Adaptors for microwave applications up to 110GHz
A series of PC 1.0-to-PC 1.0 adaptors for use in microwave applications up to 110GHz is just announced by HUBER+SUHNER. These are precision test components which HUBER+SUHNER has designed to feature optimum return loss and insertion loss as well as excellent mechanical stability and very high reliability. 
27th April 2016


Half-Duplex transceiver targets industrial automation

Half-Duplex transceiver targets industrial automation
The MAX14949 half-duplex RS-485/RS-422 transceiver from Maxim Integrated is now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. It is an isolated RS-485/RS-422 transceiver that provides 5,000VRMS (for 60 seconds) of galvanic isolationbetween the cable side (RS-485/RS-422 driver/receiver-side) and the UART side of the device.
26th April 2016

CAN FD passes bit rate tests

The recent CAN FD plugfest event, held in Detroit on 6th-7th April, saw the CAN with Flexible Data-Rate (CAN FD) IP from Kvaser get put through some rigorous bit rate tests – which it passed.
26th April 2016

Versatile embedded box PC

Versatile embedded box PC
Embedded specialists Vecow has launched an embedded Box PC with the Skylake-U platform – the SPC-3500/3000 Series Ultra-Compact Embedded Box PC. It is powered by low power 6th Gen Intel Core i7 SoC (Skylake-U), fanless -40°C to 85°C operating temperature, has all-in-one compact integrated features, 12V to 36V power input, versatile and scalable expansions, smart manageability, rugged reliability and flexible one-stop customisation services.
26th April 2016

Solution brings intelligence to the edge for IoT applications

Solution brings intelligence to the edge for IoT applications
ADLINK Technology has announced two solutions based on the Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 Product Family (codename Broadwell-EP). These latest ADLINK offerings are based on 14nm technology-based, server-class Intel processors that bring intelligence to the edge for IoT applications and include an AdvancedTCA processor blade and network appliance from our Modular Industrial Cloud Architecture (MICA) offering.
26th April 2016

Level-up panel PC to catch the trend of IoT

Level-up panel PC to catch the trend of IoT
Avalue Technology introduces a level-up panel PC, LPC-1232/1532 to catch the trend of IoT. This series adopts the latest 6th Gen Intel Core Mobile Processor (Skylake U series) and is designed to provide customers a suitable solution for various IoT applications.
26th April 2016

Antenna design turns military vehicles into transmitters

Antenna design turns military vehicles into transmitters
High-frequency antennas transmit radio waves across vast distances and even over mountain ranges using very little energy, making them ideal for military communications. These devices, however, have one big problem: They need to be huge to operate efficiently. Instead of adding more bulk, University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers are working to increase the effective size of antennas by turning the military vehicles that carry them into transmitters—using the structures that support the antennas themselves to help broadcast signals.
26th April 2016

Desktop network appliance platform well suited for UTM and firewalls

The NA343 is a new compact network appliance from Axiomtek powered by low power Intel Celeron processor N3060 dual cores 2.48GHz Braswell SoC. Four Gigabit Ethernet ports are integrated into this unit with one pair supporting LAN bypass function.
25th April 2016


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