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System on module simplifies IoT design

System on module simplifies IoT design
An exclusive System on Module (SoM) that helps engineers exploit the new ARM-powered Freescale QorIQ LS1021A communication processor has been unveiled by Arrow Electronics, together with two associated carrier boards that give a choice of platforms for application development. Arrow developed the ECUcore-1021 SoM and boards together with Freescale and automation technology systems specialist SYS TEC electronic.
29th July 2015

The industry's first USB Type-C IP solutions

The industry's first USB IP solutions that support the USB Type-C (USB-C) connectivity specification as well as the USB 3.1, 3.0 and 2.0 specifications have been introduced by Synopsys.
29th July 2015

Virtualisation offering drives IoT device development

Wind River has announced a major update to its real-time virtualisation offering that allows customers to further reduce cost and innovate connected devices. The update includes storage virtualisation capabilities, enhanced security capabilities, and expanded processor support.
29th July 2015


Quickly develop display interfaces with a simple drag & drop interface

Quickly develop display interfaces with a simple drag & drop interface
Lascar Electronics has announced the release of an update to its PanelPilotACE Design Studio software, which enables the rapid development of display interfaces with a simple drag-and-drop interface. This latest version provides powerful new interfacing and maths tools which can all be implemented without users needing to write a single line of code.
28th July 2015

Wi-Fi evaluation kit is powered by Cortex-M3 MCU

Wi-Fi evaluation kit is powered by Cortex-M3 MCU
A compact Wi-Fi module and evaluation kit from Lantronix is in stock at Alpha Micro. Based on Broadcom's WICED platform with a ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller and comprising an embedded device server the Lantronix xPico Wi-Fi module provides a compact, low power method of provisioning wireless LAN connectivity to almost any IoT application.
28th July 2015

Multiphysics software speeds resolution of design problems

An updated version of the Cobham Opera electromagnetic and multiphysics design software has been launched. Version 18 of this renowned finite element analysis and simulation software incorporates numerous enhancements to boost functionality, speed and accuracy, while further improving ease of use.
28th July 2015

Find & fix critical quality and security issues

Expanding the company's security testing capabilities, Synopsys has announced the latest release of the Coverity Software Testing Platform. An integrated suite of testing solutions that enables organisations to find and fix critical quality and security issues earlier in the software development lifecycle, Coverity 7.7 adds coverage for JavaScript and Objective-C.
28th July 2015

ITTIA embedded database now supports Micrium RTOS

ITTIA has announced that its flagship embedded database, ITTIA DB SQL, now supports Micrium uC/OS-II and uC/OS-III RTOSes. Micrium OSes run on a large number of processor architectures, including Blackfin DSPs from Analog Devices and ARM Cortex MCUs from Freescale, that accelerate data acquisition with integrated vision, voice, sensor and packet processing hardware.
28th July 2015

Automation reduces medical patch pump costs by 20%

Automation reduces medical patch pump costs by 20%
By automating the production and test processes, ESCATEC has reduced the manufacturing costs of a medical patch pump by 20%. The initial contract for a few thousand unit prototype run of the PCB was done using ESCATEC's SMT line is Switzerland. However, the customer then asked for additional components, such as sensors, to be added that had to be done by hand, taking several minutes per unit and adding to the production cost.
27th July 2015

Gamers improve the security of country's critical software

Gamers improve the security of country's critical software
SRI International, in partnership with the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), the Air Force Research Laboratory, and the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Crowd-Sourced Formal Verification (CSFV) programme, has created a game where gamers can help improve security of the country’s critical software. Binary Fission was designed as a fun and accessible way for “citizen scientists” to help increase the reliability and security of mission critical software by verifying that it is free of cyber vulnerabilities. 
23rd July 2015


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