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COM Express module supports three independent displays

COM Express module supports three independent displays
Suitable for fanless edge device solutions that demand outstanding graphics performance and multitasking capabilities in a space-constrained environment, the cExpress-BL COM Express Type 6 module has been introduced by ADLINK Technology. Based on the i7-5650U, i5-5350U and i3-5010U 5th gen Intel Core processors, with support for up to 16GB dual channel DDR3L memory, the cExpress-BL is the company’s first compact COM Express Type 6 module.
29th January 2015

Cadence's processor selected for use in IoT WiFi chips

Espressif Systems has selected the Cadence Tensilica Xtensa processor for use in its ESP8089 and ESP8266 WiFi chips, which are optimised for IoT applications. To achieve the best power, performance and area results, Espressif have customised the processor. The processor will be used as a DSP and control processor with a RTOS that runs Espressif’s WiFi and TCP/IP stacks and other application software. 
29th January 2015

Nanowire provides 'ultimate' semi-to-superconductor contact

Nanowire provides 'ultimate' semi-to-superconductor contact
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen's Niels Bohr Institute are behind the discovery of a new type of ‘nanowire’ crystal that fuses semiconducting and metallic materials on the atomic scale. The breakthrough has great potential, and could lay the foundation for future semiconducting electronics, potentially enabling technologies such as quantum computation and solar cells.
28th January 2015


Two-slot ATCA supports the latest payload blades

Two-slot ATCA supports the latest payload blades
A two-slot 40G ATCA (AdvancedTCA) system platform, designed to support the latest high performance payload blades, has been introduced by Artesyn Embedded Technologies. Enabling systems integrators to increase performance and I/O bandwidth, the Centellis 2100 provides power and cooling support for up to 400W per slot and up to 500W in a single slot configuration.
28th January 2015

Bedside terminal provides home comforts for patients

Bedside terminal provides home comforts for patients
A 10.1” multi-touch medical terminal, powered by TI's OMAP 4470 Dual core Cortex-A9 and Android OS 4.1.1, has been released by Arbor Technology. The lightweight, slim-profile M1012 terminal is suitable for bedside infotainment and medical thin-client applications. Supporting 75mm VESA, the M1012 can be mounted with arms or stands. In addition to a rolling stand, Arbor offers the Htab system, a combined stand and terminal.
28th January 2015

x86-based CoMs support QSeven & SMARC standards

x86-based CoMs support QSeven & SMARC standards
In response to rapidly growing demand for small form factor system designs, ICOP Technology has announced its support of both SGET (Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies) CoM standards, Qseven and SMARC. The first two CoMs are based on the x86 ultra low-power DMP Vortex DX2 SoC processors and will be officially launched at Embedded World in Nuremberg (Hall 1, Booth 1-117).
27th January 2015

Transceiver features 24 transmit & receive channels

Transceiver features 24 transmit & receive channels
The Leap On-Board-Transceiver (OBT) is a one inch square board mounted optical module which has been introduced by FCI. The device includes 12-transmit and 12-receive channels, each working at 25Gb/s over distances up to 100m with a total of 300Gb/s throughput. When placed near the host ASIC, the LEAP enables shorter copper board traces, better signal integrity and lower power consumption.
27th January 2015

Compact embedded systems support a voltage range of 9-36V

Compact embedded systems support a voltage range of 9-36V
  A series of compact embedded systems, which are based on the 4th gen Intel Core and server-grade Intel Xeon processors, has been released by DFI. Offered in both fanned and fanless designs, the EC500 systems support a voltage range of 9-36V.
27th January 2015

eMBMS test solution accelerates mobile device development

eMBMS test solution accelerates mobile device development
Anritsu has released its protocol test solution for Enhanced Multicast Broadcast Multimedia Service (eMBMS).  It says the new solution is already helping mobile chipset and device makers accelerate the development of products that can receive LTE broadcast services.  EXPWAY’s e-Cast Broadcast Multicast Service Centre (BM-SC) Server has been integrated with Anritsu’s MD8430A LTE signalling tester and Rapid Test Designer (RTD) test environment to create a complete test solution.
26th January 2015

LXI switching matrix supports 1024 relay closure counts

LXI switching matrix supports 1024 relay closure counts
Designed to support DMMs or source meters which require the closure of up to 1024 crosspoint relays, the 60-553 LXI switching matrix has been introduced by Pickering Interfaces. Featuring a dual bus design, the 1024x4, 1-pole, 1U device can be divided into two smaller independent matrices, such as 512x4. 
26th January 2015


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