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Hypervisor scales up to multi-socket NUMA platforms

Hypervisor scales up to multi-socket NUMA platforms
Real-Time Systems has announced Version R4.3 of its RTS Hypervisor. The Hypervisor scales from Atom processors to XEON based systems and is already designed to support the latest 6th gen Intel Core processors (codename Skylake). Improved Memory Management allows relocation of Real-Time Operating Systems without virtualisation overhead and eliminates jitter on NUMA based hardware.
4th September 2015

LDRA extends integration with TI's code composer studio 6

LDRA has updated its integration with the Texas Instruments Code Composer Studio (CCS) to deliver increased effectiveness for developers and productivity for users. As part of the update, LDRA has augmented the number of targets it supports within specific industries and added new features from CCS’s latest version 6.
4th September 2015

Safety package accelerates functional safety implementation

Safety package accelerates functional safety implementation
  To significantly reduce development time to implement functional safety for industrial equipment and devices, such as sensors, safety controllers, and industrial drives, Renesas Electronics has introduced the RX111 safety package. 
3rd September 2015


Codec achieves low delay compression in approximately 20ms

NEC has announced the global launch of the VC-870 encoder and VD-870 decoder, a series of ultra-low delay codec that enable real-time compression of full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixel) digital video. These products support High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), the latest international video coding standard, which doubles compression efficiency in comparison with the conventional H.264 standard.
2nd September 2015

Low-power IP enables designers to reduce design risk

Synopsys has announced the availability of DesignWare Logic Library and Embedded Memory IP for the Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor 40nm Low-Power (40LP) process. Designers using the Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor 40LP process can integrate DesignWare Logic Library and Embedded Memory IP to optimise the power efficiency and performance of their designs. The IP is made available through Synopsys' Foundry-Sponsored IP Program, which enables designers to license the IP at no cost.
2nd September 2015

Software kick starts PCB design

CadSoft Computer has extended its software portfolio with the new ‘EAGLE Make’ line launched, along with new product segmentation for the whole EAGLE range. The ‘EAGLE Make’ product line was created in order to respond to the requirements of the emerging Maker segment by providing two different license types: ‘EAGLE Make Personal’ (previously EAGLE Hobbyist), and the brand new ‘EAGLE Make Pro’.
2nd September 2015

Rapidly prototype your smart connectivity designs

Rapidly prototype your smart connectivity designs
Reducing development risk and accelerating time-to-market, the ECP5 Versa development kit has been introduced by Lattice Semiconductor. The kit accelerates the prototyping and testing of connectivity designs targeted for small cells, microserver, broadband access and industrial video applications worldwide.
2nd September 2015

Achieve 20% faster signoff DRC performance

The latest release of the company's comprehensive physical verification signoff product, IC Validator 2015.06, has been introduced by Synopsys. The 2015.06 release focuses on refinements to the core engines to deliver a two times memory footprint reduction and 20% faster signoff design rule check performance on average. Twice as fast in many cases, IC Validator 2015.06 allows designers to extend the use of their current workstations and manage multiple concurrent jobs with greater ease.
2nd September 2015

Distributed processing accelerates signoff physical verification

Synopsys' IC Validator used advanced multi-processing techniques to speed up the Design Rule Checking (DRC) of Mellanox's latest design. IC Validator completed the signoff physical verification using TSMC's 28nm signoff runset and reduced the DRC elapsed time for this large design to under 14 hours by automatically distributing the job over 28 processor cores.
2nd September 2015

Taking IoT data management to the next level

ITTIA announces a release of the ITTIA DB SQL embedded database with support for the Freescale Kinetis family of MCUs. Targeting these low-power MCUs provides a robust database software platform for streamlined development of secure, connected IoT applications. Deployed in mission-critical applications that include utility, medical, consumer, and other industries worldwide, the small-footprint ITTIA DB SQL storage engine offers high performance and is well-matched for applications built on the Freescale Kinetis processor portfolio.
2nd September 2015


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