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Wireless MCU suits low power applications

Texas Instruments has launched the SimpleLink CC2540T, a low power wireless MCU that can operate in temperatures ranging from -40 to 125°C. Featuring Bluetooth Low Energy functionality and USB connectivity, the CC2540T is said to be a complete solution supporting easier development. Amongst benefits claimed by the company include a small form factor, a range of personalised preferences and a range of development tools and software.

FreeRTOS gets another upgrade

Real Time Engineers says FreeRTOS version 8.1.2, the latest upgrade to the popular operating system, is now available for download. The release maintains backward compatibility with V8.0.x versions, but brings a number of improvements and features.

Mouser to stock Broadcom’s mass market products

Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Broadcom under which it will offer same day shipping on a variety of Broadcom products intended for mass markets, including the Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) platform.

Hypervisor upgraded with ‘advanced features’

Mentor Graphics has introduced the latest version of its Embedded Hypervisor. The upgrade brings what the company calls 'advanced features' for system configuration, debugging, and hardware support in markets such as industrial, medical, automotive, networking, telecommunications and consumer electronics.

Imagination adds ‘game changing’ 64bit core to MIPS Warrior family

In a move which it says will 'change the game' for CPUs, Imagination Technologies has launched the MIPS Warrior I-class I6400 CPU family. According to the company, the CPU family includes the first IP cores to combine a 64bit architecture and hardware virtualisation with scalable performance through multithreading, multicore and multicluster coherent processing.

EU project will deliver millimetre-wave radio for 5G

A consortium of 15 leading telecommunications operators, vendors, research centres and academic institutions has launched a project called MiWaveS (Millimetre-Wave Small Cell Access and Backhauling) to develop millimetre-wave radio technologies for 5G cellular mobile networks.

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