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Rugged handheld device makes enterprise applications run faster

ARBOR Technology has announced the GT-500 as an addition to its acclaimed Gladius series of rugged handheld devices. The Gladius GT-500 runs Android version 5.1 'Lollipop' on a MediaTek MT6735 64-bit quad-core processor, providing superior performance, low power consumption and fast, comprehensive connectivity. The robust unit comes with a bright, spacious yet still pocketable high-res 5" display.
9th February 2016

Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Combi module ideally suits smart home applications

Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Combi module ideally suits smart home applications
The SPB209 accelerate wireless module from H&D Wireless will be centre stage on MSC Technologies stand at embedded world 2016 in Nuremberg (Feb 23-25). The SPB209 has been developed with dimensions of only 14 mm x 14 mm x 2.5 mm making it one of the smallest modules combining WLAN 802.11a/b/ g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2 Smart Ready (means Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Smart) as well as NFC on a single module with an excellent performance.
8th February 2016

NASA to build first integrated-photonics modem

NASA to build first integrated-photonics modem
A NASA team has been tapped to build a new type of communications modem that will employ an emerging, and potentially revolutionary, technology that could transform everything from telecomms, medical imaging and advanced manufacturing to national defence. The space agency’s first-ever integrated-photonics modem will be tested aboard the ISS from 2020 as part of NASA’s multi-year Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD).
3rd February 2016


SAS+SATA Host bus adapters features 24 ports

Broadcom has announced the expansion of its family of 12Gb/s SAS+SATA Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) with 24-and 16-port models. The high-port count 9305 HBA family includes the industry’s first 12Gb/s model with 24-ports on a single chip, providing increased performance, extended system scalability and decreased per-port power consumption.
3rd February 2016

Low-power chip for multi-gigabit 60GHz communication

At this week’s IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, nanoelectronics research center imec and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) presented a four-antenna path beamforming transceiver for 60GHz multi Gb/s communication in 28nm CMOS technology. The transceiver is a breakthrough in developing a small, low-cost, and low power solution for multi-gigabit communication targeting WiGig as well as 60GHz wireless backhaul applications.
3rd February 2016

1U rackmount platform is suitable for network service applications

1U rackmount platform is suitable for network service applications
WIN Enterprises announces the PL-80930, a high-performance 1U rackmount hardware platform for network service applications. The PL-80930 is based on the Intel Haswell-EP platform, a member of the Xeon E5-2600 V3 processor family coupled with the Intel C612 series chipset (code-named Wellsburg).
3rd February 2016

Mobile edge computing solution suitable for outdoor environments

Mobile edge computing solution suitable for outdoor environments
ADLINK Technology and Saguna have announced a joint Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) solution designed for deployments in harsh outdoor environments. As MEC gains momentum, and new trials and live deployments are underway, the need for robust, no-fault equipment increases. Bringing the Internet closer to users and the things of the IoT requires MEC platforms to be deployed at the edge of the Radio Access Network (RAN), which is often in harsh outdoor environments.
2nd February 2016

Mini-sized COM express module supports temperature extremes

Mini-sized COM express module supports temperature extremes
Axiomtek has announced CEM846, its COM Express type 10 Mini module powered by the Intel Atom processor E3800 family with Intel HD graphics (Gen 7with 4EU) engine. The CEM846 addresses the need for modular and small form factor computing platform that provides flexibility and scalability and aimed at operating in an extended range of temperature.
2nd February 2016

Companies develop next-gen 56Gbps transceiver circuit

Fujitsu Laboratories and Socionext have announced that they have developed the world's lowest power-consuming transceiver circuit that achieves communications speeds of 56Gbps per channel. Compared to previous levels, this essentially doubles the speed of data transfers between semiconductor chips, used in servers and switches and optical modules.
1st February 2016

DTV manufacturers can now reap the benefits of the VESA DSC v1.2

Hardent has announced the availability of IP solutions to support VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) v1.2 in the second quarter of 2016. These IP products will help Digital Television (DTV) manufacturers create High Dynamic Range (HDR)-compatible 8K displays while meeting critical time-to-market constraints.
29th January 2016


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