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Embedded World 2017

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Embedded World: Intel targets makers with Farnell tinyTILE
Farnell element14 works with Intel to create a wearable and IoT design board based on Intel’s Curie module, the tinyTILE, measuring 35mm x 26mm.

EW: Imagination brings ThreadX RTOS to I6400 processor
Imagination Technologies announces expanded support of Express Logic’s industrial grade ThreadX RTOS (real time operating system) for its CPUs based on the multi-threaded MIPS I-class I6400 processor core.

EW: IoT gets real, says ARM directorBee Hayes-Thakore
One in five companies has begun rolling out IoT services and products, and half of those surveyed say IoT will be an important part of their business strategy.

EW: Microchip adds more flash to tinyAVRs
Three new tinyAVR microcontrollers with more on-chip memory featuring Microchip’s Core Independent Peripherals, which run independently of the core processor.

EW: Arduino shield gives sensor node data protection
REN0674 Flow_MeterTo provide hardware with authentication and to secure small data transactions between the device and the cloud Maxim Integrated has developed an embedded security reference design.

EW: Water flow measurement kit runs for 35 years
Renesas introduces a rotational flow demonstration kit for its RL78/I1D microcontroller that is designed to detect and measure the flow of water or gas in metering applications.

EW: Weightless-P network hardware launches at Embedded World
ubiik Weightless Ignition PackUbiik is launching the Weightless Ignition Pack, which includes the hardware required to deploy, demonstrate, evaluate and develop Weightless-P IoT networks.



Previous Embedded World 2016

Thursday 25 February 2016

EW: Raspberry Pi IoT starter kit embraces EnOcean and IBM
Farnell_IoT_Platform_Entrepreneur_Edition 150Farnell element14 has launched two IoT starter kits featuring energy harvesting wireless sensors from EnOcean, one of them including the Raspberry Pi micro-computer board.

Wednesday 24 February 2016

EW: ARM launches tiny, power-sipping, A32
Occupies less than 0.25 mm2 of silicon area when made on a 28nm process and consumes under 4mW of total power at 100 MHz.

EW: Fujitsu 4Mbit FRAM reaches 54Mbyte/s operation
Called, MB85RQ4ML, with its four bi-directional I/O pins operating at 108MHz it can reach a data transfer rate of 54Mbyte/s.

Tuesday 23 February 2016

EW: NXP claims smallest network processor ever
NXP Qoriq LS1012A x 150Aimed at portable wireless storage, in IoT applications, it is based around ARM’s 64bit Cortex-A53 into a 9.6×9.6mm package.

EW: Antenova reveals antenna for super-fast data transfer between phones
Antenova reveals an antenna for TransferJet, and is demonstrating it at Embedded World in Nuremberg.

EW: Choosing the best embedded platform for your journey
TransferJet-eval-boardDevelopers are now offered platforms, but the selection process still involves matching both your hardware and software requirements

EW: Platform approach to test
Test and development systems are following the trend for platforms with traditional benchtop instruments being replaced by PC-based test systems with modular instruments sitting on a high speed bus such as PXI, LXI or even Ethernet.

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EW: Renesas ramps design house support for ARM IoT platform
keysight x 150Renesas Electronics says Europe-wide network of independent design houses (IDHs) is in place to support its Synergy ARM processor-based IoT development platform.

EW: Microchip moves PIC development to the cloud
Microchip puts its MPLAB Xpress integrated development environment (IDE) in the cloud.

EW: Raspberry Pi has a rival in Germany which goes on sale in April
The first 1,000 BeagleCore modules (BCM1) and 500 BeagleCore starter-kits (BCS1) will be available from April through distributor Conrad Electronic.

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