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Launch of SymTA/S 2.4 further strengthens system-level timing design and verification

Braunschweig, Germany – 3rd March 2011.  Symtavision, a leading global solutions provider for real-time systems design and verification, has launched SymTA/S 2.4, a major new version of its highly successful tools suite for system-level timing design and timing verification. SymTA/S 2.4 incorporates a wealth of new and improved features targeted at the … Read More → "Launch of SymTA/S 2.4 further strengthens system-level timing design and verification"

Renesas Electronics Europe Announces Dedicated Support for Remote Device Management Protocol in Lighting Controls

embedded world, Nuremberg, 3rd March 2011 – Renesas Electronics Europe, a premier provider of advanced semiconductor solutions, today announced that it will expand its Solid State Lighting (SSL) support infrastructure to provide dedicated support for the Remote Device Management (RDM) protocol. The announcement underlines Renesas Electronics’ commitment to developers and users of intelligent lighting controls, particularly for lighting-related communications. This new level of support expands Renesas Electronics’ family of dedicated lighting technology solutions, helping developers to meet SSL market requirements and follow the growing trend of … Read More → "Renesas Electronics Europe Announces Dedicated Support for Remote Device Management Protocol in Lighting Controls"

Agilent Introduces Industry’s First Digital Radio Frequency V4 Test Solution with Simultaneous Stimulus and Analysis Capability

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 2, 2011 – Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced the industry’s first digital radio frequency (DigRF) V4 test solution with dual-capture capability. This software enhancement gives engineers the ability to simultaneously apply a stimulus to devices under test and analyze the results with a single instrument, the Agilent N5343A DigRF V4 exerciser.

The new exerciser allows developers of radio-frequency integrated circuits (RF-ICs) … Read More → "Agilent Introduces Industry’s First Digital Radio Frequency V4 Test Solution with Simultaneous Stimulus and Analysis Capability"

Atmel’s New CryptoAuthentication Device Offers Improved Security for Microcontroller-based Systems

Embedded World 2011, Nuremberg, Germany, March 3, 2011 – Today at Embedded World Nuremberg 2011, Atmel® Corporation (NASDAQ: ATML), a leader in microcontroller and touch solutions, announced a new, easy-to-use cryptographic authentication device with enhanced hardware security features and increased flexibility. The ultra-low power Atmel ATSHA204 is the first turnkey, optimized authentication device to include a 4.5Kbit EEPROM and a hardware SHA-256 accelerator. Fully tested ASF software libraries are available for Atmel AVR® and ARM®-based microcontrollers and are integrated within the new AVR Studio® 5. The new Atmel device is ideal for industrial, consumer, energy metering, home automation, computing and … Read More → "Atmel’s New CryptoAuthentication Device Offers Improved Security for Microcontroller-based Systems"

ADLINK Technology Announces Extreme Rugged™ ETX™ Module Based on the Intel® Atom™ Processor

Thursday March 3, 2011, San Jose, CA – ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading global provider of ruggedized embedded products, announces the Ampro by ADLINK™ ETX-PVR, its latest Extreme Rugged™ ETX Computer-on-Module (COM). The ETX-PVR module provides scalable processing power by offering a range of Intel® Atom™ processors, from the power efficient single core N450 … Read More → "ADLINK Technology Announces Extreme Rugged™ ETX™ Module Based on the Intel® Atom™ Processor"

Infobright Now Accepting Coding Contest Entries

Toronto, Ontario – March 2, 2011 – Infobright, the open source analytic database company, today opens the call for entries for its first Infobright Coding Contest. The contest is seeking coding contributions to the Infobright Community Edition (ICE) columnar database in two main categories: application design and application development. Coders, hackers and software enthusiasts are all invited to throw their hat into the ring, with a chance to win up to $1,500. Details are as … Read More → "Infobright Now Accepting Coding Contest Entries"

Xilinx to Present and Demonstrate Jitter Compliant Optical Transport Network Technology at Optical Fiber Communications Conference 2011

Xilinx, Inc. (Nasdaq: XLNX) today announced its participation at Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exposition 2011 in Los Angeles, from March 8-10, 2011Los Angeles Convention Center, Booth #2335. During the conference, Xilinx experts will share how Xilinx FPGA partial reconfiguration can yield resource and power savings in optical network elements. Attendees will also be able to see demonstrations of Xilinx’s new Optical Transport Network (OTN) capabilities in 120G and 28 Gbps serial transceiver designs, featuring the company’s latest Virtex(R)-7 HT FPGAs.

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Curtiss-Wright Controls Announces Comprehensive Program for Use of Lead-Free Components in Rugged Military Products

Ashburn, VA – March 1, 2011 – Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing (CWCEC), a business group of Curtiss-Wright Controls and a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged deployed commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) VME, VPX, OpenVPX™, VXS and CompactPCI products for the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) market, has announced that it has taken a leadership role in offering lead-free assemblies on selected strategic product lines. These CWCEC products have been designed, tested and built using the company’s extensive lead-free knowledge base and have been implemented using advanced approaches to reduce lead-free risk and provide customers confidence in meeting … Read More → "Curtiss-Wright Controls Announces Comprehensive Program for Use of Lead-Free Components in Rugged Military Products"

Renesas Electronics Announces Support for Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 for Its Powerful, Economical SoCs

TOKYO, Japan,  March 3 , 2011 —  Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723), a premier provider of advanced semiconductor solutions, today announced its support of the newly released Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system for the company’s systems-on-chip (SoCs) including the R-Car series of SoCs to offer new functionality and a development environment that supports the quick creation of small, smart, securely connected devices. Standard, familiar tools extend the reach that Windows developers have into new categories of small, powerful devices that easily can be integrated … Read More → "Renesas Electronics Announces Support for Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 for Its Powerful, Economical SoCs"

Saelig Introduces SuperSpeed USB3.0 to SATAII Bridge Controller

Pittsford, NY, USA:  Saelig Company, Inc. (www.saelig.com) has introduced the PL2771 – a single-chip SuperSpeed USB3.0 to SATAII compliant bridge controller that is designed to perform seamless data transfer between USB3.0 and SATAII devices, supporting the latest USB3.0 SuperSpeed 5Gb/s transfer rates. SuperSpeed USB 3.0(5Gb/s) delivers ten times the performance of Hi-Speed USB 2.0(480Mb/s) while offering compatibility with all USB-enabled PCs and peripheral devices – fully backward compatible to all USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 hosts.  PL2771 can operate under SuperSpeed, … Read More → "Saelig Introduces SuperSpeed USB3.0 to SATAII Bridge Controller"

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