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EEMBC Adopts DoubleCheck For Its Industry-Standard Processor Benchmarks

Green Hills Software has announced that the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium has adopted the Green Hills Software DoubleCheck static analysis tool to help ensure the highest level of quality for EEMBC benchmark software.
12th April 2007

Aldec supports The MathWorks Simulink Fixed Point

Aldec has announced the release of co-simulation support for fixed-point in Simulink. Active-HDL coupled with The MathWorks Simulink provides support for fixed-point types and HDL co-simulation of black-boxes, which allows seamless integration with Simulink-based DSP tools.
10th April 2007

NI LabVIEW Real-Time Now Targets Wind River VxWorks RTOS

National Instruments has extended the NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment to now target the Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS), which has been deployed in more than 350 million devices worldwide including the latest National Instruments CompactRIO controllers. The NI cRIO-9012 and cRIO-9014 controllers combine the productivity of LabVIEW Real-Time and the reliability of the VxWorks device software, making it easy for engineers to rapidly design embedded systems.
5th April 2007

SoftMEMS deal enables EDA Solutions to offer system-level MEMS environment that accelerates development

EDA Solutions (Southampton, UK), the exclusive European representative for Tanner EDA and MOSIS multi-project wafer services for IC fabrication, has signed a representation agreement for Germany, the UK, Benelux and the Nordic region with SoftMEMS to market and support its open-platform, system-level design environment, MEMS Pro. The MEMS Pro environment accelerates development of MEMS devices and incorporates a multi-domain simulator for a variety of electrical and mechanical characteristics including force, deflection, voltage, pressure and fluid dynamics.
4th April 2007

ARTISAN Studio helps underpin intelligent motor controller innovation

Control Techniques is a leader in the design, production and supply of intelligent electronic drives for the control of electric motors. Its intelligent drives, from simple standalone products to complex multi-drive solutions, are used for electric motor control in an extremely wide range of industrial applications. Constant innovation and rapid development is critical to ensure Control Techniques’ continued success in what is a highly competitive market.
4th April 2007

NI, Freescale and Wind River Combine Technologies to Streamline Embedded Design

National Instruments, Freescale Semiconductor and Wind River are working together to help engineers simplify embedded design, including industrial control and monitoring, with the release of the latest high-performance, real-time controller for the NI CompactRIO platform. The National Instruments cRIO-9014 controller is based on the Freescale MPC5200 processor built on Power Architecture technology and the Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS) to deliver the processing speed, memory and storage required for a variety of demanding embedded and industrial applications such as high-speed machine control, machine monitoring/protection, in-vehicle data logging and embedded device prototyping.
4th April 2007

$99 Development Tool Accelerates Ultra Low Power Design

$99 Development Tool Accelerates Ultra Low Power Design
Enabling designers to quickly develop ultra low power medical, industrial and consumer embedded systems using either a highly integrated signal chain on chip (SCoC) MSP430FG4618 or small 14-pin F2013 microcontroller, Texas Instruments has announced today the availability of the MSP430 Experimenter's Board (part number MSP-EXP430FG4618). Along with the two 16-bit MSP430 devices, the board includes a TI (Chipcon) radio frequency (RF) module connecter for developing low power wireless networks. The board also features a number of input and output options such as a microphone, buzzer, liquid crystal display (LCD), capacitive touch-pad, push buttons, and pin board prototyping space, among others.
3rd April 2007

NI and Analog Devices Deliver Production-Ready Embedded System Development Solution

National Instruments and Analog Devices have announced the release of the NI LabVIEW Embedded Module for ADI Blackfin Processors 2.0, an extension of the LabVIEW graphical development environment that directly targets ADI Blackfin processors. Since its introduction, the LabVIEW Embedded Module for Blackfin Processors has been adopted by engineers for the rapid development of sophisticated embedded systems ranging from cutting-edge medical devices to subsea monitoring systems. The latest version of the module delivers more than 30% increased efficiency in code generation and expanded Blackfin processor support including the $5 (USD) ADSP-BF531, which provides a price/performance advantage ideal for cost-sensitive applications such as portable test equipment, embedded modems, biometrics and consumer audio.
3rd April 2007

Reference design allows rapid USB mass storage interface development

Future Technology Devices International (FTDI) has announced availability of the VF2F2 reference design module for its Vinculum VNC1L embedded USB host controller. The design incorporates a practical firmware application that demonstrates file transfer using the USB mass storage class interface. It permits moving files from a USB device, such as a digital camera, to a USB flash disk. The design could also be used to transfer files between other mass storage class devices such as MP3 players or between two USB flash disks. The module is equipped with two USB type A sockets and four control buttons. An onboard DC-DC converter provides 5V and 3.3V supply from the attached battery pack that holds 2 x AAA cells. Four LEDs provide indication of flash disk enumeration, file copy, power and error conditions.
3rd April 2007

Model-Driven Development Solution from Telelogic

Telelogic has announced the latest version of its popular Model-Driven Development (MDD) solution, Telelogic Rhapsody 7.1. The new Telelogic Rhapsody release is more tightly aligned with the Object Management Group’s (OMG) Systems Modeling Language 1.0 (SysML) and offers greater support for Agile development processes, leading to enhanced productivity and flexibility.
3rd April 2007

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