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Hypervisor enables efficient embedded systems

QNX Software Systems has announced a type 1 hypervisor suited for use in medical devices, industrial automation systems, and automotive applications such as car infotainment systems, ADAS, and digital instrument clusters.

By using the QNX Hypervisor, embedded system developers can consolidate multiple operating systems onto a single compute platform or SoC, thereby reducing the cost, size, weight, and power consumption of their products.It also simplifies the ...

Converter with high power capability

Ericsson has introduced a DC/DC converter module based on its proprietary Hybrid Regulated Ratio (HRR) technology. The PKM4817LNH has been optimised for parallel operation to power 2200W boards in extreme-data-demand applications in the datacom industry.

eGaN power transistors cost less than silicon

According to Efficient Power Conversion, price has been the last barrier to the widespread adoption of GaN transistors as a replacement for silicon MOSFETs. But it claims this barrier has fallen with the introduction of the 60V EPC2035 and 100V EPC2036, which are not only said to be cheaper than silicon equivalents, but also to provide better performance.

Converter offers longer battery run times

ams has introduced a 1A synchronous buck converter with a wide input voltage range, high efficiency and low stand-by current. The device is said to suit designs powered by a single cell lithium-ion battery.

Flexible fanout buffer

IDT has expanded its portfolio of programmable timing devices with the introduction of the 5P11xx family of low-jitter universal output fanout buffers.

Cypress samples 4Mb asynchronous SRAMs with ECC

Cypress Semiconductor has begun sampling 4Mb asynchronous SRAMs with Error-Correcting Code (ECC), which enables them to provide higher levels of data reliability, without the need for additional error correction chips. As a result designs can be simplified and board space reduced.

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