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Multicore cooperation 09/03/2009

Wind River and Intel are cooperating to develop optimised multicore solutions for the embedded market. The two companies intend to do this by ...

Boosting the link budget 09/03/2009

Responding to growing demand for wireless connectivity, Silicon Laboratories has launched what it believes to be the highest performing embedded ...

Doughnuts help to slow light 09/03/2009

Research led by the University of Warwick has found a way to use doughnut shaped by products of quantum dot production to slow or even freeze light.

CCD imagers may determine if anyone’s out there 09/03/2009

The Kepler mission, launched on 6 March, features 42 CCD90 imagers supplied by e2v.

Ruby Tuesday 05/03/2009

The latest addition to Fujitsu‘s graphics controllers range is the MB86298 Ruby, unveiled on Tuesday at Embedded World 2009.

Module family unveiled at Embedded World 05/03/2009

Digi International has introduced what it describes as the ‘industry’s fastest ARM9 based wired and wireless embedded core module family’.

Cool computing 05/03/2009

Adlink Technology is exhibiting its latest embedded computing platforms based on Intel processors and chipsets at Embedded World 2009.

Power consumption under 20W 05/03/2009

Concurrent Technologies has introduced its first ultra low power vme critical embedded single board computer based on an Intel Atom processor with a ...

Onzo launches ZigBee home energy monitoring kit 05/03/2009

Domestic energy management specialist Onzo has collaborated with Telegesis to create the Onzo Smart Energy Kit ZigBee edition.

Embedded Linux community unveiled 04/03/2009

Embedded World 2009 is the launchpad for a unique online community site for developers of embedded Linux devices.

Emerson uses Atom to address broader market 04/03/2009

Emerson Network Power is embarking on a new strategy under which it aims to become the supplier of choice for industrial and commercial OEMs.

Lower current, higher memory 04/03/2009

Jennic has launched its latest single chip 32bit wireless microcontroller which it claims has the lowest system operating current and highest memory ...

Building blocks of education 04/03/2009

Students can take advantage of IAR Systems’ free embedded workbench development environment for Lego’s robotic building system.

Module endures extreme temperature ranges 03/03/2009

As an enhancement to its existing Com Express range, Congatec has announced the launch of conga-Cax, an industrial grade module based on the Intel ...

Kontron pushes COM standard 03/03/2009

Kontron, Advantech, Aaeon and Adlink announced at Embedded World in Nuremberg today that they will present the nanoETXexpress form factor to the ...

Expanded partner programme for Microsoft 03/03/2009

Microsoft has announced the latest developments in its automotive business and an expanded partner programme at Embedded World 2009.

Low power board launched at Nuremberg 03/03/2009

Embedded World 2009, now well underway, has been the launchpad for Eurotech’s new low power board, designed for rugged applications.

Mobile phone technology goes into car safety 03/03/2009

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe has just signed a licensing agreement for the ARM Cortex R4F processor for use in automotive applications that ...

Intel, TSMC collaborate on Atom 02/03/2009

Intel and TSMC have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding under which they will collaborate on technology platform, IP infrastructure, and SoC ...

Brooks to head Avnet Embedded EMEA 02/03/2009

Avnet Embedded has appointed Martin Brooks as vice president of Avnet Embedded. Brooks, who joined Avnet following the acquisition of Abacus, will be ...

Bringing lte to life in Japan 02/03/2009

The completion of the first commercial long term evolution (lte) system network by the end of 2009, is under way in Japan.

New president for Sony 02/03/2009

Sony chairman and ceo Sir Howard Stringer is to assume the role of president, sidelining current president Ryoji Chubachi to vice chairman.

Intel invests €50million in Ireland 02/03/2009

According to IDA Ireland, Intel will invest more than €50 million in a major expansion at its R&D facility in the Shannon Free Zone. The investment ...

Acquisition enables commercialisation of metering comms ... 26/02/2009

Analog Devices (ADI) has acquired the PowerBus Rhino power line communications technology from Domosys – a privately held company based in Canada.

Agreement signed to support wireline networking standard 26/02/2009

The Universal Powerline Association (UPA) and the HomeGrid Forum have signed an agreement for cooperative joint research, development and ...