How are these technical problems best solved, by industry and the EEMBC?
Cloud computing has demonstrated embedded computer cost savings and operational efficiency benefits for the private sector and now Department of Defense (DoD) IT managers are exploring the concept for enterprise and tactical applications. However, DoD planners are moving much more cautiously to assure they have plugged all the potential embedded computer inherent in something as nebulous as a virtual cloud.
New Atom series solutions which include AMB-D255T1Mini-ITX industrial mainboard and AMB-N280S1 fanless 3.5-inch single board computer. AMB-D255T1 is equipped with an Intel D2550 Atom processor. AMB-N280S1 is equipped with an Intel N2800 Atom. Both have a 5~7 year product warranty.
Mezzanine modules are an important gaming platform element to many board form factors. They grew out of a necessity to gain more board real estate or to incorporate modular flexibility to the original form factor. In the early days, few, if any, standards for mezzanines existed. However, over time, standards emerged to make it easier to incorporate mezzanines into designs.
Ecosystems for various mezzanine form gaming platform at various levels, making some more popular than others. Companies still continue to develop proprietary mezzanines to meet specific requirements, and this is expected to continue as long as board-level components exist.
MicroMax announced today it is exhibiting its M-Max 810 PR/MS3, an ATR-based system for avionics, at Embedded World 2013 in Nuremberg.
MicroMax embedded Computer was founded in New York, USA, in 1979. It specializes in designing and manufacturing of embedded solutions for harsh environments, systems development and distribution of industrial computing and communication products.
Software architects designing critical embedded systems have tough choices to make when selecting an operating system. Decisions can be both simplified and complicated with new framework and platform initiatives coming into being.
Operating systems that control critical embedded systems have many stringent requirements that they must be able to address in order for them to be considered for deployment. There will always be debate about the best operating systems to deploy in critical applications. However, improvements in real-time operating capabilities in Windows and Linux have opened up the door to options in addition to traditional Real-Time Operating Systems(RTOSs).
IT managers are under increasing pressure to boost network capacity and performance to cope with the data deluge. Networking systems are under a similar form of stress with their performance degrading as new capabilities are added in software. The solution to both needs is next-generation System-on-Chip (SoC) communications processors that combine multiple cores with multiple hardware acceleration engines.
The data deluge, with its massive growth in both mobile and enterprise network traffic, is driving substantial changes in the architectures of base stations, routers, gateways, and other networking systems. To maintainhigh performanceas traffic volume and velocity continue to grow, next-generation communications processors combinemulticoreprocessors with specialized hardware acceleration engines inSoCICs.
The following discussion examines the role of the SoC in today’s network infrastructures, as well as how the SoC will evolve in coming years. Before doing so, it is instructive to consider some of the trends driving this need.
With advances in wireless technologies, defining a strategy for building wireless M2M-enabled devices is not the dauntingly complex task it was once thought to be. Instead of devoting precious R&D resources to the integration of fragmented, ad hoc technologies, today’s developers can take advantage of increasingly sophisticated Embedded Application Frameworks (Linux, Android, and others), some of which are highly optimized for M2M application development.
The AMB-QM77T1 is the newest Mini-ITX industrial mainboard from Acrosser Technology that supports both of the 3rd and 2nd generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 mobile processor by Intel QM77 chipset and FCPGA 988 socket.
The key features of the AMB-QM77T1 include: ‧ Intel QM77 chipset ‧ FCPGA socket supports 3rd Generation Intel® Core(TM) i7/i5/i3 processors and Celeron ‧ 2* DDR3-1600/1333/1066 SO-DIMM up to 16GB ‧ Supports VGA/DVI-D/HDMI/LVDS displays ‧ Support 3 independent display ‧ Dual Intel PCI-E Gigabit LAN ‧ 8* USB 2.0, 4* USB 3.0, 3* COM, 3* SATA II, 2* SATA III ‧ 1* PCI-E x16, 1* Mini PCI-E, 1* CFast socket ‧ iAMT 8.0, TPM 1.2, Watchdog timer, Digital I/O Support VGA and DVI output
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